Summary: I loved my Onkyo receiver when I first bought it and for it's first couple years of function. However Onkyo does have issues with the HDMI board. Mine went out and I was unable to use the HDMI Main out or feed any HDMI inputs into the receiver to feed back to my TV. My components work, as do the optical audio, however a majority of my components require HDMI.
Summary: This is just a brief review. I have the NR-5007 and a Pioneer SC-37. The Pioneer is a little newer, for example it supports 3D pass through, however, I will be comparing the two because they have similar price points. The NR-5007 has problems the Pioneer doesn't have. The NR-5007 clicks as you change the channel from high definition channel to a standard definition channel.
Summary: I got this receiver and it works for 1.5 years, and the known "no sound" issue came out. I send it to repair shop and they found out it's HDMI board issue and need to be replaced. It costs me over $400. Onkyo is known for lots of problem on their flagship receiver, like this one and 2012 model. I take a look at the inside design....
Summary: I purchased product..it worked great for few months...then started audio problems..... i can get all the videos but no audio output.. Troubleshoot everything...and now trying to reach onkyo on phone to help me with it...amazon only covers 1 month then you are on your own..
Summary: works great, I've had it a month or so... I actually upgraded from the tx-nr807, which also worked fine, but it's really nice to have 9.2 capability... Unfortunately, I must negatively update this review, Facts: purchased in 4/10, in 11/11 the sound is cutting out, only resolved by unplugging the unit. Currently it's at a repair center that's over an hour away, it's under warranty, fortunately. But getting the unit there was on my dime.