“This receiver has a solid sound and, paired with decent speakers, sounds awesome. I have it in my living room and it mainly serves to power my video setup so that my family can enjoy TV, DVDs, etc. Zone 2 is set up to provide audio to speakers in other parts of the house. In general this works fine. - Occasionally, the left channel goes out on Zone 2. I've isolated this to the receiver by...” --mswope63
“I picked this up from my father, to run the radio during Washington Redskins games and play all my old console games. Since the NES/SNES/Genesis etc. don't have HD, it makes a great media switcher. Great unit for all those old VHS tapes.” --89GLH
With new features to make a brilliant-sounding package even better, now's the time to update to an Onkyo home theater. InstaPrevue technology - a system that makes content selection easy - is one such Upgrade to the receiver, along with an HDMI-enabled GUI featuring overlaid menus for fast in-program adjustment. Uncommonly good Audio and Video Processing is complemented with Connectivity...
“LOTS OF SURPRISES, FEW TRADE OFFS ONKYO'S TX-NR818 I have owned the Onkyo TX-NR818 7.2 Channel Receiver for 6 months, it replaced a Denon 3808. I am using the 818 with Goldenear Triton 2's L/R, SS50C, Mirage OS1's X4, Mirage Omnisat Prestige X2, Monoprice in ceiling speakers, Belkin Power Conditioner PF30 and Sony S790 Bluray Player with Power Sound Audio XS 30 Dual Opposing 15 inch...” --sonic debauchery
“ Overall, it's hard to imagine being happier with Onkyo's 9.2 channel TX-NR929 receiver. This unit replaced my TX-NR818 and although similar, it is definitely an upgrade. I actually purchased this unit and the Yamaha RX-A3030 at the same time and did an A/B comparison to see which unit I'd end up keeping and which went back to the store. Thanks to a local supplier for...” --gregsdouglas
“I feel that I should be embarrassed to post a review about a Sony receiver, especially one that I only paid a couple hundred bucks for after seeing all those fancy $1000+ receiver reviews! I had a 7.1 Sony receiver for many years that I only ever used in 5.1 and it was only a pass-through and I was not able to get audio through the HDMI inputs (it only had 2 of those). I wanted an upgrade that...” --goslin23
“I'm using this NR717 in our main living room, a 26x40 room with a 26ft vaulted ceiling. In other words, this thing is filling a BIG room with poor acoustics. I have a 7.1 setup using HTD inwall speakers on all 7 channels + an HTD Level 2 sub. No issues at all filling the room with clean, quality sound. Our main use is TV, Moves, and streaming iTunes, in that order. For these applications,...” --tisserda
Onkyo is an organization consisting of people unsurpassed in the love of sound. Onkyo won't settle for second best. It strives to complete what it has started. That's the Onkyo spirit. For the past half-century Onkyo components have been recognized as uncommonly musical among those who are truly fanatical about their music.
The TX-NR525 has everything you need in an A/V receiver. There’s wireless-ready networking with an expanded choice of internet streaming services to browse from your Smartphone. You can send a range of audio formats from computer and NAS to the home theater, or stream music stored on iPhone and Android devices using our remote app. We’ve included six HDMI inputs for your media...
Extract every last drop of performance from your home theater budget with the THX Select2 Plus certified TX-NR727. Three-Stage Inverted Darlington Circuitry for all seven channels ensures reference-level playback of your hi-res media. DSX surround expansion, MultEQ speaker calibration, and real-time Dynamic EQ technology all from class-leader Audyssey treat the listener to a cinematic...