Summary: I expected much more from this unit. I had owned the 919-k which is the previous model and it blew this out of the water. Dont be fooled by "3d capable" hdmi most hdmi of the past 5-6 years will still do 3d.
Summary: This receiver was great for 2 years, then would not pass thru the HDMI signal to the TV. A few days later, the receiver completely quit working. From what I understand, the HDMI problem is very typical.
Summary: It was a 4 star receiver during the 1.5 years I owned it but realistically, even a cheap product such as this shouldn't fail in under 2 years. I guess that one year warranty really does mean something.
Summary: When I was first researching A/V Receivers, this product had great reviews, and I can see why. Setup was easy, the MCACC works well enough, output to speakers is strong, and the quality of the sound is on par with the price.
Summary: After several months with this machine I'm disappointed with one feature primarily- it takes several seconds, like 20-30, (I just timed it: 57 seconds to switch from DVD to TV/Sat) to decide what format to use when turned on or switched from one input to another. Other than that, no complaints.
Summary: Piece of junk, I did not expect pioneer to relies this kind of product. Although sound quality is good, build quality is so poor I saw better done in the 80s in china. All face is plastic, volume knob is bad, gets heated like an oven…etc. Not recommended
Summary: I bought this receiver (VSX 920K) to upgrade from my older Pioneer the VSX D510 which is superb with great bass and crystal clear sound, but needed HDMI to go with the rest of my set up.Switch over from old to new receiver was very simple as Pioneer have not really altered the connection system for...