Originally Posted by m3incorp
There are some reporting that they called and are told they are out of stock.
Do you have a second system that you are building? Not uncommon for people to have a few receivers. I've got a complete theater in basement of one home and another set-up in the living room. In second home, I have a decent set-up in living room.
I have four A/V systems. Face it, I've been collecting stereo stuff since 1965 and figured out how to take the audio from the earphone jack of my TV and connect it to the AUX input around 1970.
- Yamaha RX-A3000 receiver, Sony XBR-65X930E, Sony UBP-X800.
I plan to replace the receiver (possibly with Yamaha RX-A3080 or its successor) and move the Blu-Ray upstairs and replace it with UBP-X800M2. Receiver has to be flexible as I need to connect 2 reel-to-reel tape decks, cassette deck, CD-recorder, Laser disc player, cable box, 4K Blu-Ray and VCR - sorry, my Panasonic DVD recorder/VCR died,
So far the only receivers with that number of inputs I've found are high end Yamaha.
- Yamaha RX-A800 receiver, Sony XBR-55X900E, Samsung BD-J6300. Receiver also needs to be replaced. That is probably where the new Onkyo will go.
- Onkyo TX-NR737 receiver, Samsung UN46EH5300, Samsung BD-H5900, Sony XDR-F1HD tuner, Samsung DVD player/VCR.
- Denon AVR-3803, Vizio E24-C1, Oppo BDP-83. The Denon will be replace by an older Yamaha.
Definitive Technology speakers all around along with additional Outlaw LFM-2 subs.
Plus, I also have a Vizio 32" TV in the guest bedroom and I'm typing this on a 24" LG TV I use as a computer monitor.
That is why I considered purchasing more than one new Onkyo.