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Onkyo TX-NR818 VS Onkyo TX-NR1010
why Onkyo TX-NR1010 very bad ????
both what different
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Here is a comparison of the two, at Onkyo's site. Note that they also have sites in many other languages in case you would be more comfortable with one. Just go to www.onkyo.com and select a location, then go to the Receivers and select the items to compare.
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Does the 1010 have a better version of Audyssey XT32? With the 818 version, apparently some functionality is not there, like eqing two subs.
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Does the 1010 have a better version of Audyssey XT32? With the 818 version, apparently some functionality is not there, like eqing two subs.

The 1010 supports dual sub-eq while the 818 does not. This is technically not part of XT 32, but as far as I know, every receiver outside of the 818 that has XT 32 also has dual sub eq.
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The 1010 supports dual sub-eq while the 818 does not. This is technically not part of XT 32, but as far as I know, every receiver outside of the 818 that has XT 32 also has dual sub eq.
so 1010 also has XT 32 also has dual sub eq. ????
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so 1010 also has XT 32 also has dual sub eq. ????

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so 1010 also has XT 32 also has dual sub eq. ????

More appropriately, the 1010 features both XT32 + Sub EQ HT (dual sub integration) while the 818 only features XT32. Dual subs can be used in either case, although with the 818, the dual subs would have to be manually level and delay set rather than being done automatically by the Sub EQ HT in the 1010.

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