It is good and new. It works so good with my JBL speakers. I love it!
12 November 2014
Summary: It is good and new. It works so good with my JBL speakers. I love it! It also surpports 7 speakers and 2 subwoofers. The price is pretty reasonable. And I would recommend that people who love music buy Onkyo's receiver.
Summary: This is my first Onkyo amp, and my first HDMI equipt amp also. Works great for me. Almost every Input is filled with a HDMI device (this amp made me a true believer in the greatness of HDMI). Antec Veris cooler has been on it from day one ... turns pretty hot into "luke-warm". We run it about 6 hours a day, everyday (TV speakers are never used). Nowdays, it's running a full set of full-size Polk Audio Series II speakers.
Pros: HDMI 1.3a, good power, Audyssey 2EQ, 630 watts
Summary: This is a great receiver from a great buyer. I took a chance purchasing a refurbed product, but it has paid off thus far. The switching and upscaling capabilities of this receiver are wonderful.
Summary: After reading lots of reviews on various receivers I found the Onkyo TX-SR507, and thought that it was finally the one to buy. I then decided to take a look at what I could possibly get for a bit more, and found the TX-SR607. Let me tell you the extra features on the 607 are worth the $[...]. First: Six (6) HDMI ports, including a front HDMI port. If I were to buy the 507, I would have filled all but one of the four HDMI ports.
Summary: This is a great receiver. It is full 1080p capable. I misread the upconversion section of the manual, it can upconvert non-HD signals to 720p, but I talked to Onkyo and they clarified that it is 1080p capable. I purchased a set of outdoor speakers that I am going to hook up on my porch for the second zone. I also plan on purchasing a second subwoofer since this is capable of running two. The power output is great for this price range.
Summary: If you need a receiver that is reliable and intuitive, this is the one for you and well worth it at around $400. If you've got a real home theater like me, you can't be messing around with settings and running cables between components over and over again in order to manipulate your receiver to doing what it should be doing. I was looking for something that was reliable and easy to use out of the box, and this is exactly what I got with this Onkyo.
Summary: I bought the TX-SR607 in early January 2010 and have used it heavily for almost 3 months. It replaced a Denon AVR-900 that I used for about 10 years and with which I had been pleased until its ProLogic mode recently failed. I considered competing receivers from Pioneer and Yamaha before selecting this Onkyo based upon a combination of price, features and the recommendation of a knowledgeable friend familiar with Onkyo products.
Summary: I still sometimes wonder if some people are outside my house talking. Or if the police have some business on the block because the sirens sound like they are just down the street. Then I hit the mute button and the noise stops. I realize then that it is just the beautiful 7.2 Duplex setup's background noise from the the show, movie, or game I am involved in. The HDMI is flawlessly transferred from even my computer and superbly translated to my system and my 50' screen.
Summary: First off, this receiver isn't very expensive at all compared to other receivers in it's class. It practically decodes everything and it has six full 1080p HDMI inputs. I have cheap Yamaha 5.1 speakers from and older surround sound in a box system and this receiver brought new life to them. As far as performance, this receiver is amazing. The cons of the system can easily be overlooked and here they are: First off, the manual is confusing as all hell.