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post #1 of 2 Old 11-12-2005, 08:32 PM - Thread Starter
 
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considering this as a budget reciever. i would intend to pair it with some budget bookshelf speakers (i have some polk r15's already), and a basic sub. it seems it doesn't have component connections? all i would be connecting is a xbox360, and a vcr player (maybe dvd/vcr if my dvd/vcr is better dvdplayer than 360). but i imagine i could connect my 360 to my 4805 directly, eh? my budget is very small so something like this seems ideal so i can get a 5.1 setup going for my dvd's and 360?
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I purchased this after seeing the thread in Fatwallet showing you how to get it for $93. I paid a little more cause they tax Calif. customers.

I am going to switch out an older technics (SA DX940) and see if I like the Onkyo better. I will post here what I think of the HT-R320. I will just Craiglist the weaker receiver.

I personally have no use for switching, as I have the connections I need on my Video equipment, and I suspect while some use it, the vast majority do not.
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