Summary: I ordered this system to replace an old failing desk stereo. The sound quality is great. I needed a radio that could play CDs and stream from a tablet. I like to listen to ripped CDs in FLAC format and the ability to play that format makes it indispensable for a large digitized CD collection.
Summary: Bought this to substitute my 8 years old hifi stereo composed of a Vincent SV226mk amplifier, a Vincent CDS1.1 cd player, a Logitech Squeezebox Touch stream box and a pair of Quad 11L speakers.
Summary: Easy to set up. Deep rich sound. Easy to connect to Internet. Don't purchase the wireless adapter for the internet. It does not give a good connection, instead just connect directly to the internet and you will immediately be able to hear Internet radio. I love this stereo system!
Summary: The Onkyo CS-N755 is an excellent value. The quality of sound from such a small set of speakers has to be heard to be believed. It easily out performs sets costing twice as much, and fits in a quite compact foot print that easily fits on most bookcases.
Summary: PROS 1. Really nice quality of sound and good overall looks, pretty intuitive to use for the first time. 2. Very sensitive remote - works well with IR bouncing off walls from another room through an open door. 3.
Summary: Very happy after a few weeks. Tried Onkyo's WiFi adapter and it connected from 25 feet one time--useless Kind of shocking that Onkyo would put out such a low quality adapter. Then tried the other brand recommended and could never connect, although many swore by it.
Summary: There are very few small, network-connected compact home stereo systems available that still support DNLP format for streaming. I have a huge audio content collection served from my PC running TVersity server using DNLP protocol and needed something small with built-in Wi-Fi.