Summary: Bought this receiver after reading some rave reviews from users. I wasn't dissapointed one bit considering I upgraded from Denon and lot of my friends swear that denon makes best receivers. However I now disagree.
Summary: I've owned this receiver for about a year now and haven't had any complaints. I use it primarily for blu-ray and DVD movies. Running a 7.2 set up, it pushes plenty of power through the speakers with tons on reserve.
Summary: I love this receiver. It is built to last and has a ton of inputs and speaker options. I can't wait to install my in-wall speakers for the extra high speaker option. I had an older Onkyo home theater receiver which I loved but it didn't have the hdmi inputs.
Summary: I purchased this unit through Crutchfield and everything was great. It was an upgrade from a ~10 year old Harmon Kardon AVR35. WOW are you friggin kidding me? The sound is excellent and the Audyssey microphone setup worked great.
Summary: I purchased this product to replace an older Onkyo Pro-Logic unit, it being approximately 17 yrs. old. I researched receivers on line for about a month, went to the local stores, and read as many reviews as possible. I finally squeezed the trigger on the 807 and could not be more pleased.
Summary: Connected this TX-NR807 receiver to a 5+1 environment. Five speakers and a powered subwoofer. Found the correct connection option in the manual to match my speaker setup. Connected an Oppo blu-ray, and Comcast DVR (latest small size Motorola) via HDMI 1.3a cables.
Summary: Upgraded from a twelve-year-old Yamaha with lots of oomph but little in the way of current sound processing and of course no HDMI. Did a massive amount of research in advance, but in the end decided that the NR807 gave me everything I need for now and well into the future.