Summary: Purchased the TX-SR875 new from Amazon on Dec 12, 2007. On 17th of June 2008 the HDMI output failed. It was returned to the Onkyo DTR Service Center in Denver, CO and they received it July 1, 2008. They stated the expected turnaround time would be up to 3 weeks.
Summary: I have done a lot of research before purchasing this receiver.. great sound...kinda easy setup... I was so happy.... 2 week after purchasing, playing Xbox360 at low volume first the video went out follow by sparks, boom noise and plenty of smoke!
Summary: This is my third Onkyo receiver and the first one I have EVER had problems with.I did a lot a research and decided the TX-SR875 was the one above all others. I purchased it from an authorized dealer on the internet. When I set it up everything worked great .
Summary: My Onkyo SR875 receiver failed after less than four months light usage. The unit's LED screen went dark abruptly and careful trouble-shooting did not revive it. I researched the issue on the web and found least five other owners reporting the same failure; the most recent one (March 2008) stated a...
Summary: I got it new, powered it up, hooked up the speakers and there was no output to the speakers. Called onkyo tech support who said it was locked in headset mode and needs to be returned back to the dealer.
Summary: Please read all the reviews on this unit. Many units are sparking and smoking and shooting flames out the bottom. I bought my unit on January 17th. On January 30, fire shot out the bottom and sparks flew like crazy. It stunk up the whole movie room.
Summary: Took my time researching AV Receivers before I made this purchase. Loved the way this unit looked. Set up was easy, sound was amazing. Unfortunately, within two hours this unit sparked, smoked and stopped. Evidently there is a heat problem with the Onkyo TX-SR 875. The return process was a snap.
Summary: My husband researched the home theater receiver he wanted for several weeks and decided on this brand/model. It took him 2 days to set up, it worked for 2 and 1/2 days and died in a shower of sparks and smoke. Needless to say, back it is going. Now he is looking for something more reliable.
Summary: Ive got 10 low to high end recivers in my house serving as whole house audio and entertainment for varios living rooms and the master bedroom. This was my first onkyo, my existing and previous recivers have been yamaha, sony, harmon-karden, and JVC, and not one has ever broken and some are creeping...