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9.7 out of 10

Yamaha RX-A3020

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Overall 2

way over rated

sfb, Crutchfield
26 March 2013
  • Summary: I have a 7 yr young Onkyo TX SR805.. I thought I needed an "upgrade".. I was mistaken. My Onkyo was taken off the shelf (40+ lbs) and replaced with the alleged "replacement Upgrade" 3020.. the Onkyo is more dynamic in sound, more power though it is rated 10 watts /ch less than the 3020. the power "seems" soooooo much more from the Onkyo. setup is MUCH easier on the Onkyo, the remote control is better, the Ipod connection is MUCH better on the Onkyo.. i.e...
  • Pros: really ???? none
  • Cons: network setup, Ipod access ( i.e. cable plug in on the front door which cannot be shot due to the fact that you have a white cable plugged into a black box... (UGLY)!!!, sound is tinny, cannot for the life of me listen to my two main speakers and sub.. I have to use a sub par center channel.... etc etc etc etc...
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Overall 2

The "Network Server" on my new Yamaha RX-A3020 receiver gets "Access E

Charlie, Crutchfield
1 September 2012
  • Summary: The "Network Server" on my new Yamaha RX-A3020 receiver gets "Access Errors" I currently have a Yamaha RX-V2065 and just upgraded my Yamaha RX-V1065 to a Yamaha RX-A3020. The RX-V2065 has been working flawlessly for many years now with the "Network Server". I have a WD My Cloud NAS with a massive amount of mp3 files loaded on my home network. This has been working outstanding with my RX-V2065.
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