Summary: "Perfection" I own three other older models from Pioneer. It's hard to beat the sound quality of Pioneer. Never had a problem over the pass 20yrs of ownership! Can't wait for the DTS-X Models to come!
Summary: Best-priced receiver by a long shot than can power my 4-ohm speakers, especially since I got it on sale. Thought I was going to have to buy separates. Light for its size, doesn't get too hot, and runs my four 4-ohm speakers with no problems. I love it. Works great with my Logitech Harmony One. I don't really use many bells and whistles beyond the auto-level setup with the microphone, which was neat.
Summary: we love this receiver it does more than you could ever expect and does it well the power is awesome download the instruction manual add an ethernet cable and away you go easy to set up and use the sound is great just a super nice receiver
Summary: Love the crisp, clear, and precise sound of this receiver! It replaced a Yamaha RX-V2500 A/V receiver and I was clearly impressed with the Pioneer's superior sound. I got it at 70% off the retail price (Deal of the Day) and for this money, it was a great buy! It's not the easiest thing to set up, but once you get that handled, enjoy listening!
Summary: Now you can get the sound that you are after. This Pioneer receiver is compatible with various Dolby HD equipment. It also has connectivity with iPhone, iPad, and iPod. It has video-processing technology and D3 amplification. All of this sounds good.
Summary: I'm sort of heartbroken here- this is a gorgeous piece of equipment and it was priced right (on sale), but I'm just a music guy and I don't need all the extra 'surround sound' stuff! Can someone tell me where I can find a high quality stereo receiver with a PHONO INPUT jack that doesn't cost a million dollars, or do I need to build a time machine and go back to the 70's or 80's and shop at MusiCraft or Pacific Stereo?
Summary: I have had one for seven months. Many good features. Far less heat than an equivalent Onkyo. Only annoyance is HDMI passthrough on quality cables frequently drops one of the three colors from video source to tv. Happens only upon start, never during viewing. Restarting receiver fixes problem.
Summary: The only reason I looked at this device was that in 2013 it was on a Gold Box Deal and my friend had bought a Pioneer receiver recently and really liked it. When I saw the Gold Box Deal I couldn't believe they were offering it for half price. It's been a year since I bought it and I have loved using it.