Summary: I have bought the Onkyo Nr906 in 2009. At that time, I was looking for a great receiver to complete my home AV equipment, and was fascinated from the great video reviews the Onkyo had received.
Summary: First off, I'm not a tech freak but I do consider myself above average.. I have had Blu-ray Players since the beginning of them.. I have a Sony BDP-S1 & a Sharp HP-20u.. This 906 was easier to set up than I thought it was going to be.. Hooked up my Sony Blu-Ray but couldn't get HD sound..
Summary: I was a bit overwhelmed at first but after a couple of hours setting everything up and getting it tuned in....This baby rocks! Completely satisfied. It is heavy as crap but it ain't crap. I replaced my bose life style with this and jbl speakers. Very tight combination. Looks great.
Summary: I have had this Receiver now close to 9 Months. Through those months it has been nothing, but Spectacular! I was very hesitant in replacing my SONY ES3000 Receiver with an Onkyo. But from doing research, and with help from my brother (who has been an Onkyo fan for years) I decided to give it a try.
Summary: This monster at some 55lbs is the center of my entertainment. I have a 52 120Hz Samsung HDTV, Xbox, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, Onkyo DVD player, HP Desktop all connected via HDMI ports being Onkyo at present is the only one to offer so many HDMI connections on one unit.
Summary: An up-to-date and excellent receiver Pros: While it has almost all current features as of 2008-2009, Onkyo TX-NR906 remains faithful to Onkyo's origin - excellent sound reproduction in stereo or surround.
Summary: After reading a lot of reviews of all the RV units on the market, I decided that TX-NR906 is the one! I am so amazed with the sound quality and all the bells and whistles. To this day, I still am learning about its dozen of features. To make it short, I am very happy with my purchase and decision.
Summary: I did one month research and made my own conclusion this was the best product I could get for the money I was willing to spend. I was looking for enough power to drive my Paradigm Studio 100 floorstanding speakers.
Summary: It's a little early but I'm initially impressed with the sound, quality and features. If anything, I'd like to see it switch inputs faster but I don't find that to be a big deal. It is a pleasure being able to use this for a switch for all the different components.
Steve Fisher "On the cutting edge of tech, usually bleeding profusely", Amazon
18 January 2009
Summary: I was looking for a receiver with all the connections needed to connect it to the world, and this Onkyo has them. I particularly wanted a network connection, HD radio, iRadio and HDMI inputs and outputs, with upwards conversion, plus a 'real' power transformer, which happens to be a torroidal type...