Catch 22. Don’t buy their gear because they’re failing; guarantee their failure by not buying their gear.Those look very intriguing and I loved my Onkyo gear for a long time (and still want to love them) but man would it be hard to shell out that kind of money with the condition they're in at the moment.
Well said. On a related note, they did take care of the HDMI problem. I for one will surely give them a chance and buy one of the Dirac AVRs. I had a lot of Onkyos including the 800, 875,806 and lastly the 818, which in my opinion was the last great value receiver they made with Audyssey XT32. Subsequent ones were all using their own house EQ curves.Catch 22. Don’t buy their gear because they’re failing; guarantee their failure by not buying their gear.
I REALLY hope you're right on a feature-to-feature match. The TX-RZ840 is what I really wanted to get for my build and would love to see it come back as an updated model. I don't even mind a little price bump but do hope it won't be too much more.My assumption is the TX-RZ50 is replacing the TX-RZ840 at the $1199 price point.