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10 May 2012
Summary: Sophisticated look and compliments our entertainment components. HDMI and Fiber-optics is superb and the back panel makes it easy to hook up everything for a flawless Home Theater look and sound. Playback is realistic and sound takes your breath away!
Summary: had this same model in the philippines, been using it for 9yrs now. the durability n physical built is bulletproof as they say onkyo is for audio as yamaha is for blockbuster/effectmovie, lately though my unit is having a memory problem, once the power is off, all the settings goes back to reset...
Summary: This receiver improved the sound output of my existing surround speakers. The automatic sound set-up feature works very well. Only complaint is that randomly while watching a DVD (doesn't seem to matter if Blu-Ray or not) sometimes the picture will go out. Sound is still there.
Summary: I have been using the SR-TX508 for a month and I am very happy with the performance. I upgraded my Yamaha RXV-657 because I wanted the HDMI inputs. This receiver made the same Polk Audio speakers the I have sound better. I like the dynamic EQ feature and the Dynamic volume adjustment...
Summary: This receiver sounds great and I swear I think the picture quality has improved by adding this receiver between my dish receiver and Panasonic Plasma. The remote is AWESOME. I can control everything I have, DVD, TV, and the DISH with a fairly simple and intuitive remote.
Summary: I bought this because my 10 year old Harman Kardon did not have second room capability. This unit runs much cooler than the one I replaced. The set-up was easy especially setting up the audio for the surround sound.
Summary: I have been very impressed with the sound and picture quality of this receiver. It is very simple to use and sounds better than several models I looked at that were much higher in price. Brings the sound of the theatre straight to the living room.
Summary: I have had this unit for a few months now and I have to say, being a first time owner of any receiver, I am impressed. The ease of set up, the documentation, and the price are just incredible for what this puppy offers.
Summary: As a low budget Home Theater guy, buying this receiver paired with "free" Klipsh 500 5.1 surround speaker package for $399.00 seemed like a no brainer... and it has turned out to be a great decision on my part.
Pros: Plenty of options HDMI Pass Through Plenty of Power
Summary: First of all, this is a good receiver for $250. Onkyo is the best value brand in home audio receivers in my opinion and experience (I've owned Onkyo 3 receivers). Pros: Powerful, good for mid-sized to large speakers. Clean/clear sound. HDMI 1.4 support.