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post #1 of 4 Old 01-31-2012, 02:54 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi

I want to buy my home theatre system but I am confused between above two AV Receivers. Have seen Onkyo TX-SR578 and Pioneer VSX-920-K amps.

Got some feedback from people that there is a problem with onkyo systems it terms of its durability. I heard that it gets heated up quickly, heaksink issue.

Would anyone please help me.
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Pioneer.

Sounds good!

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I have an older Onkyo 705 and I have a Pioneer 1018. Prefer the 1018, as the 705 does heat up rather quickly and stays hot. The Pioneer barely gets warm to the touch.
go Pioneer.
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Pioneer.

I concur.

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