Summary: The product works great - for about 6 months. Then expect to be without the unit for 6-8 weeks (possibly more) for the "no-service" center to diagnos and repair problem, only to wait for the possibility of it to break again, only this time out of warranty. I have the TX-NR1008 with 2 HDMI outputs - one to the projector in the main viewing area and another to a TV across the room. Suddenly the HDMI Main quit working.
Summary: I have been stuck on "middle" range Denon products for quite a few years starting with the 3803 and kept buying Denon products due to the value that I found in the 3800 series. Over the past couple of years though, Denon has been pushing customers to go to the next price tier with the introduction of the 4300 series. When comparing the 4310 with the Onkyo 1007, I decided to give the Onkyo a shot and am so happy I did.
Summary: This is a very nice network receiver which was quite a bargain at $800 on sale on Amazon. One big issue though, the processing of the audio from my Uverse box was abysmal. I had a Sherwood-Newcastle P-965 (was a great unit) that stopped working just after New Years and had to be replaced. After a few hours of searching I decided to order the TX-NR1007 to be used as a replacement PRE/PRO for my system.
Summary: This is probably my tenth receiver over the years and my fourth Onkyo. I shopped receivers for about two years before deciding on this this model. I have put this receiver through the paces hooking up four HDMI inputs, two HDMI outputs, three zones, one analog audio input plus the built in network audio features. Here is my list of pro's and cons: PRO- Several iPhone apps available to control this receiver from anywhere in the house with no noticeable lag.
Summary: I have always been an Onkyo owner and this is the best receiver from them to date. It has so many features I have not used them all as to date. The sound is amazing no matter what speakers you hook up to them, either bookshelves or a full HT system up to the full 9.2 channels. I currently have a 7.2 system with heights. My current room does not have the room for wides so I have not tried them.
Summary: This is capable of so many things that you will forever be trying to tweak what is already awesome. Infinitely adjustable and so many features its mind boggling. Definitely it's strong suit is Home Theater, it could use a little more power for music in stereo. The all channel stereo will fill the room with amazing sound. I love this product.
Summary: The reciever is working as described. I've been very pleased with it's performance. A little tricky to set-up, but once you've spent some time in the menus to know where settings are making modifications to the system is not difficult. I've been very pleased with the performance.
Summary: Only had it for a month. It sounds just great! I can't believe the improvement in my system and I had a good amp before. I think it must be the computerized equalization that does it. However, it is very much like a computer in that it just stopped working and after goofing with it for a couple of hours I unplugged it and restarted and everything worked fine. Reboot anyone? Turning it on and off wouldn't do it. Had to be unplugged and restarted to make it work.
Summary: This is one of best 9.2 receiver available in the market. But my question is What kind of speakers your people used for this unit, because i called onkyo regarding this issue they said they are not making any speakers for this unit, they have 130W speakers max. "Onkyo SKS-HT870" this one is not going to supports this unit, this unit is 135W out put power. So please anybody can tell me what kind of speakrs u r using.
Summary: What I have: Review - Onkyo TX-NR1007 Receiver - hooked up to my home network (wired) Front: Definitive Technology Mythos STS Speakers (Remember each speaker has a 300w powered subwoofer built in) Center Def Tech Mythos 9 Surrounds - Def Tech Gems Emotiva XPA-5 Amplifier 200WPC Sony BDP-N460 Blue Ray player. HDMI Hookup Direct TV HD-DVR. HDMI Hookup XBOX 360. Component to Receiver, Optical to Receiver IPod adapter: Onkyo Adapter to "Port" input.