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.
Known flaw now fixed with software upgrade (I think)
17 January 2010
Summary: I have had this unit for sometime now. The sound and functionality is great. I had the previous 876 so this was easy to learn. Love streaming Pandora through ethernet. Known flaw - sound goes out after several on/off cycles.
Runs cool. For 3d I installed a HDMI switch to ...
Donald Dump, Amazon
17 January 2010
Summary: This is a unit that performs very well if you can find one, The down side is that it runs very hot (you can burn yourself if you touch it) and it has reliability problems that I think stem from the high operating temperatures. Also it can not process 3d video.
after owning for 3.5 years onkyo repaired for free
16 January 2010
Summary: have owned this receiver 3.5 yrs now, hate it, dosent work, do a internet search for nr3007 no sound before buying this receiver updated: onkyo came thru and stood behind this product, put a new hdmi board in for free after warranty had been expired for 1.5 years, its fixed and rockin the house...
Pros: Almost everything one could think of. I have it hooked up to speakers in the main room and two secondary locations. The additional speaker terminals to support 9.2 work well for my setup. The network access is able to access files & directories faster than I've noticed from my home PCs and media ...
Cons: HD Radio that is built into my TX-SR876 is not built into this receiver or the TX-NR5007. An add-on module must be purchased. Another add-on module is available to hookup a iPod. To my knowledge it doesn't support both modules at once. If you have a lot of music on a home server this receiver has...