If you want superb sound quality with unmatched power you have picked the right receiver.
Joy Osladil, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: The Onkyo TX-NR1000 was originally a $5000 dollar receiver for good reason. It's superb sound quality and tenacious power to speakers has my surround sound shaking the house. The only downside is the out of date HDMI ports which I easily fixed by using an optical digital cable in place of the HDMI...
Summary: What can I say about this onkyo 150wpc It is a great unit!!! I have owen a lot of Receivers. I had Denon AV 1 SE which was Ok but I sold as it was too bright and rough, , Onkyo 989 good unit but laking power receiver .
Summary: At release, this receiver was very good. One flaw was it had HDMI 1.0, not HDMI 1.1. Onkyo marketed this flagship model as a "future-proof" modular design that could be upgraded to keep up with changes in audio / video technology. Well, Onkyo failed miserably to support this model with upgrades.
Summary: Everything you expect from top-flight name-brand modern home theatre's "powerhouse brain centre": actually rated ample power per channel, an array of features and options (taking a lifetime to get acquainted with), stunning build and looks (insides too!), reliable service-free circuitry...