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.