Summary: I bought this receiver in July 2010, after 2 years it started shutting itself on and off and run tooooo hot. Since Pioneer Company refuse to help me as the other customers I packed the receiver in the box and trash it, that is how companies take your money.
Summary: I bought what I thought was a good receiver, well at just past the 3 year mark, the power supply makes the receiver constantly turn on and off, rendering it useless. After speaking with Pioneer several times, since it's no longer warranted, they sent me to a local repair shop.
Summary: I replaced an extremely disappointing and defective Onkyo TX-SR707 receiver with this Pioneer. What a difference! This receiver is easy to set up, has great connectivity and features, and has proven to be extremely robust and reliable.
Summary: I researched a number of different receivers before deciding on this one. Overall it provides good power to my Martin logan preface speakers, however there is an extremely long delay when switching between inputs.
Summary: is hard to configure, but once configured...just enjoy because this A/V Receiver, blow you head...awesome sound and everything. this is not appropriate for rookies or beginners in receivers, the model is for amateurs for quality sound.
Summary: I bought a Pioneer VSX-32 on Aug 8 2010. This was not my first Pioneer, My VSX-9500 gave me over 15 years of excellent service. The 32 sounded great and had nice features for about two years. At two years and two months the HDMI circuitry went out, no output video, two months out of warranty.
Summary: I really researched and struggled over this purchase. I wanted to upgrade my entire home theater but I did not have unlimited money! I started with replacing my old Onkyo receiver. I liked it and thought it had great sound but it was lacking HDMI inputs and outputs.