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Onkyo TX-NR3008 9.2-Channel Network Home Theater Receiver Reviews

Toknowshita

Great performing unit that is plagued with Onkyo quality issues

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Pros: Has the power supply to push low impedance loads, THX Ultra2 Plus certified, Audyssey MultEQ XT32 and SubEQ HT

Cons: No digital/HDMI support for multi-zone, well documented Onkyo HDMI issues after 18m of use, 11.2 output but only functions with 9.2, HEAVY

1) Features— 9.2 Receiver rated 140WPCx7 (Actual rating in manual states output for two channels 140x2(20-20kHz@.05THD) THX Ultra2 Plus certified with THX processing modes: Ultra2Plus Cinema, Neural, Surround EX, Loudness Plus(THX's version of Dynamic EQ) Audyssey: MultEQ XT32, SubEQ HT, Dynamic Volume, DSX (limited to 9.2, choice between height or wide channels) Dolby: TrueHD, DD+, DD, DolbyEX, Dolby Volume, ProLogic IIz dts: MasterAudio, High Resolution, dts, dtsES Control via RS232, IP(RJ45) with Onkyo smartphone Apps(Android and iOS) or third party Internet Radio(Pandora, Rhapsody, Napster, vTuner, Sirius Internet Radio, MediaFly, Slacker) subscriptions required for some Burr Brown...
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