Summary: Knowingly with this receiver it gets hot, but with proper care and ventilation there should be no reason why boards are failing this receiver kicks ass subwoofer or none I have the silver one and its giving me no trobles
Summary: This is one great Home Theatre Receiver and with the Tororidal power transformer, it delivers all the slam and finess you could ask for. At almost 55lbs this receiver is a hoss, place it on some heavy brass footers on a good 4" maple amp board and get your choice of higher end power cords and you...
Summary: Since its purchase 7-14-2008, my TX-NR905 was repaired under warranty three times. The last was just days before the warranty expired and required more than a month for replacement of a main circuit board and integrated circuit.
Summary: I have been using, and living with, this great receiver for about a year... It exceeds my expectations in every category except,"Ease of Use". The reason? It's has EVERYTHING on it, and to familiarize yourself with it is a chore, but, once you do... Watch Out...
Summary: I bought this to replace an older version (onkyo tx-ds494) of a 5.1 system. and I have to say that the sound quality was not all that much better. If you are looking for bells and whistles that's fine but if you just want great sound.....stick with a model with a smaller price tag...
Summary: With the death of my old CRT (24 year old Mitsubishi oak cabineted monster) I decided to go the High Def/LCD route for a new TV downstairs. After much research and deliberation I wound up going with a 52" Samsung Series 6.
Now with firmware updates the unit is better but still has an issue yet to be resolved
D. Krepak, Amazon
13 September 2008
Summary: I purchased this on advance order so was one of the "beta testers." If it wasn't for the firmware updates which were obtained through an audio video forum, I would be very unhappy with this purchase due to several serious problems with this unit and others produced in 2007.