Summary: Bought an out-of-box Onkyo NR807 for $650 at local store to replace a 10yr old muffled Sony STR-DE875. I didn't plan on buying this particular receiver but felt the 'bang for your buck' and THX capability was too good to pass up for only $200 extra.
Summary: I was looking for a midrange receiver that could do it all and I believe I have found it with the Onkyo TX-NR807. For the money it is packed full of features. Great sound, easy to configure and integrated with my home media center.
Summary: I've had the Onkyo TX-NR807 for about a month now. It replaced a 10 year old 70W Yamaha Dolby Digital surround receiver. I listen mostly to Jazz vocals, some light pop, and the occasional action movie. My priority is two channel (stereo) music, secondary is surround for movies.
Even better if wifi were included; issues with standby
3 December 2009
Summary: After owning two Onkyo receivers in the past, I have to say that this is the best one and really packs a lot of goodies. I still use the previous receivers for various things, but the last one (HT-R410) did not include HDMI (of course) and had a very poor AM/FM tuner.
Summary: i made sure i opened the box before the UPS guy left, and am happy to say, no sand bags. so far, i've had a sony(pro logic), hk, and an outlaw 1050. i'm not sure if it sounds that much better than my outlaw at 5.1, but after i added a couple of height speakers, it sounds pretty awesome.
Summary: Seit 2009 in meinem Besitz kann ich sagen das dieser Receiver ein guter ist, aber potentzial nach oben hat. Das einmessen mit dem beiliegenen Mikro ist ganz gut und durch die grafische Benutzeroberfläche über den TV schön dargestellt, das kann manch teurer DENON oder Yamaha nicht.
Summary: Wow - ein ziemlicher Brocken an Gewicht und Abmaßen. Eine stabile Unterlage solls schon sein für den Onkyo. Mein 9 Jahre alter Pioneer VSX 909 muss weichen und durch die Testberichte auf den Onkyo aufmerksam geworden.