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post #61 of 65 Old 10-11-2014, 02:39 PM
 
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Wait for Onkyo to reestablish confidence; it'll take few years.

...Pioneer recently bought Onkyo? ...The other way around?
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Onkyo has restored confidence by extending warranties for a few extra years AND fixing the problem in their AVRs AND paying for shipping both directions to do it...something that is up and beyond what they are required to do but is the right thing. Think about it, a large corporation did the right thing even though it is expensive. That is huge.


Everyone who wonders should read this thread to see it for themselves:


Onkyo acknowledges failed units and extending warrranties until 2018
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Yes, you are right; I am now totally confident. ...Like you.

Is everyone else also totally confident in Onkyo?
...And forget AccuEQ for a moment (in replacement to Audyssey REQ system) as it has nothing to do with Onkyo's restoration of consumer confidence.

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You are correct, AccuEQ has nothing to do with confidence in the reliability of the product. It is a sucky room correction system, but it works exactly as designed and works reliably, so you can be fully confident in its always available and consistent suckiness. No need to forget it when making a purchase, but as you stated, it has nothing to do with confidence in the reliability of their products.


I am also glad you have shed your irrational anger towards Onkyo and embraced change, it is both good for you and a good thing in general. It is good to see you grow as a human being.
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I am also glad you have shed your irrational anger towards Onkyo and embraced change, it is both good for you and a good thing in general. It is good to see you grow as a human being.
LOL....

I nearly spit out my drink when I read your post

you hit the nail squarely on the head describing that one



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