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Onkyo TX-NR906

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  • try to connect my blu-ray (samsung) via onkyo tx-nr906 to tv

    i have tried to connect my blu-ray (samsung) via onkyo tx-nr906 to tv (sharp) using hdmi. didn't get pictures/sound. have done it now via hdmi blu-ray to tv and using toslink blu-ray to onkyo (this works but i want to get rid of as many cables as i can). does anyone have had this problem too once ? could it be that blu-ray uses hdmi 1.4 and onkyo receiver hdmi 1.3 ? thanks in advance for the answers

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2011-06-03

  • Onkyo TX-NR906 or what

    Wil it well my Klipsh rf-52s, rc-52, rs-42s and the rw-10d, and if what should I buy ?

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-04-05

  • Would the Onkyo TX-NR906 benefit from adding a pre amp?

    Would the Onkyo TX-NR906 benefit from adding a pre amp? If so, what pre amp would be the best suited?

    Answered by Lean 2009-12-07:

    Yes, it will be

  • Onkyo versus Integra?

    I have owned a Onkyo TX-NR905 for about a year now. I'm really pleased with the Onkyo for my media room application (note: give it room on the rack - it runs hot). However, I'm left wondering: what are the primary differences between this unit and the comparable (which - 9.8?) Integra A/V receiver? The published specs are virtually identical, even though the Integra is quite a bit more expensive. I recall reading somewhere that the volume control components on the Integra are higher quality but otherwise the units are identical - which doesn't make sense to me. So, I'd appreciate any further details anyone has access to about the differences. Thanks

    Answered by rcd1211 2009-03-01:

    integra adds a few extra features i.e. zone 2/3 sub pre outs, more 12 volt relays. I also believe that the company puts their newest components in the current integra line, which in turn end up later in their onkyo line. for ex. the higher grade or better parts and features in todays integra receivers will end up in onkyo.

    Answered by MissMary 2009-07-20:

    Onkyo's Integra line is higher quality than the standard Onkyo line. The Integra has a 3-year warranty while the Onkyo has a 2-year warranty. They differ in sound

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