Summary: Able to do everything I was wanting a receiver to do. The Net radio being built in is much better than having to use my computer for this. Stand alone net radios cost almost as much as this unit. The iPod dock lets me control the iPod from across the room as the iPod menus are on screen.
Summary: This reciever does everythig as advertised. I am not a network guru, but I had all network functions working in about 5 minutes. Plays internet radio and mp3 from Windows Vista Windows Media Player 11. Which is kind of amazing since Windows Vista sucks so bad.
Summary: I started with a $200 KLH HTIB system from best buy. Over the years, I have upgraded the speakers but still keeping the same receiver, well finally it died on me so I went looking for a new one. After much researching I found this receiver.
Summary: I bought this Receiver to replace an older Harmon Kardon unit. Found it on a special sale and could not let it go. I have been using it for a few weeks now. It has loads of features, some of which I have yet to use. BUT it's number one benefit is the crystal clear sound at all power levels.
Summary: I did some research to figure out exactly what I wanted before I picked this one. It isn't for everyone, as it doesn't support HDMI, but I don't plan on using it for that anyway. Setup is simple and it's also easy to use.
Summary: I just recieved my reciever, I am using it with two JBL Arena speakers in my dorm room and it sounds great. THe reciever puts out a full sound along with some serious power. I didn't have the money for the iPod accessory that is sold for around $60 but I went to my local radio shack and bought a RCA...
Summary: I have had the unit for 4 months now and am still excited about it. The sound quality is excellent no matter the source! FM, iPod, CD, DVD, Mini Disc, PC, External Hard Drive, and Internet Radio (even from Germany) all sound great!