Summary: This is a good average joe receiver. I bought it cause i needed a replacement for my 12.2 it does the job. Positives very very easy set up great sound quality. Down side not enough power leaves you needing/wanting more. I find myself turning the volume up almost 3/4 just to listen to music.
Summary: I got the receiver off e bay the hdmi arent working at this time but this receiver is a solid performer. It's well worth the 130.00 i paid for it. And i got the sr 608 referb and i am as happy as a punk in a pecker tree. Try enney one of these receivers and bet you will love them THANKS.
Best budget receiver ever. Good but cheap. Find them around $60 these days!
29 September 2010
Summary: For the price which you can find a 606 these days, well under 120$, there is simply no better receiver around. The 75W is a STRONG 75W. The sound quality is excellent. Has all the listening modes, decoders and connections the average user would need and more.
Summary: I could have give the product excellent based on futures offered on it and ease to use it. But I down greaded it because of its power. Not enough AMPs. My old Onkyo HT-R520 had more power. I never had to increase sound volume above 45. And it was really load.
Summary: Sound is great. 7.1 Audio. The Audyssey room correction works well. Built in TrueHD And DTS encoder. I do have an issue where some BluRay discs, my Sony BluRay says it's delivering TrueHD, but the reciever is wanting to downsample is to PCM. Can't say which device is truly at fault. Video is so-so.
Summary: Other reviews cover this receiver with excellent detail (setup, sound, etc.) and I agree with most comments. This is a great unit for the money. Many features, easy setup, poor upscaling, great HDMI support.
Summary: I purchased this from Amazon last week and finally set it up to my liking. I have the following components input into the receiver: Samsung BD-P1500 blu-ray, DirecTV TiVO (soon to be replaced with HD DVR), and Nintendo Wii. The blu-ray is connected with HDMI.
Summary: The electronic giants have pretty much confused their intended market. They introduce "must-have" technologies every year, at least. There are buildings full of people making up acronyms that add to the confusion. They have billion-dollar fights over various technologies.
Summary: Fantastic for the money $$$ does everything you need TX-SR606 is also has the ability to decode DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby TrueHD soundtracks on Blu-ray Discs and HD-DVDs via its HDMI 1.3a compatible inputs.