Onkyo TX-NR 807 A/V receiver - any good ?

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I am considering purchase of an Onkyo NR 807 receiver amplifier. Does anyone have experience of this ? Reliability wise. Also magazine review describes sound as ...show more
Update : Thks for answers so far, I have read reviews and specs. just trying to ...show more
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Features
Audio Decoding:
Dolby: TrueHD, Digital 5.1, EX, Pro Logic IIx, Pro Logic IIz
DTS: DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS, ES, 96/24, Neo:6
Other: Pure, all channel stereo, 10 DSP modes, Audyssey Dynamic EQ, Dynamic Volume, DSX
THX Certification: Select2
Number of Amp Channels: 7
Rated Power (watts per channel): 135 into 8 ohms, two channels driven
Specified Frequency Response: 5 Hz to 100 kHz +1/–3dB
Video Processing: Faroudja
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Audyssey MultEQ
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 17.13 x 7.81 x 17.13
Weight (pounds): 39.7
Price: $1,099

Connections
Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.3a (6), component video (2), S-video (4), composite video (4)
Audio: Coaxial digital (3), optical digital (2), stereo analog (6), phono (1) Additional: iPod dock, Sirius (1), XM Radio (1), Ethernet (1), USB (2), IR (1)
Outputs: Video: HDMI (1), component video (1), S-video (2), composite video (2)
Audio: Stereo analog (2), 7.2 preamp (1)
Additional: Ethernet (1), universal dock port (1), RS-232 (1), 12-volt trigger (2), IR (1), RI remote (1), Sirius (1), AM (1), FM].

its the best receiver in this budget.
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  • Nightworks answered 4 years ago
    So far, all the NR and SR amplifiers from Onkyo have had excellent reviews.

    Taking the word "unsubtle" out of context is a little misleading. It may just mean that it sounds great with loud, powerful action movies, but perhaps loses a little bit of detail with a quiet, 'wordy' film. It doesn't mean it's bad - just bold.

    Reviewers don't get 'freebies'. They just tell it like it is - good, bad or ugly.
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  • Abby Normal answered 4 years ago
    I would prefer a Yamaha.
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