Pros: Solid receiver with great features and enough power to drive most modern systems sporting decent speaker efficiency.
100 W/Ch (8 Ohms, 20 Hz–20 kHz, 0.08% THD, 2 Channels Driven, FTC)
7.2 or 5.2.2 capability with all contemporary Dolby (Atmos) and DTS (DTS:X) decoding
HDMI 4K/60 Hz- Capable HDMI Terminals
HDMI Support for High Dynamic Range (HDR10 and Dolby Vision)
Display quality is fairly good
Knob turns nice and buttery smooth
Cons: Optical Toslink inputs and/or settings not working for me
I don't love some of the buttons, chintzy.
Overall Review: Would recommend at current deal pricing ($330-$350) March 2018
No pre- amp outputs for amplified main channels, but this is not at a class level to expect that. Consider your needs for this capability wisely before purchasing any unit.
Not THX certified, but is likely worthy or close to worthy, and can save on cost to forgo certification (see TX-NR777 for an extra 10 W/Ch FTC, THX Select certification, and potentially value for dollar loss because of extra cost. Power consumption between units is 580W vs 600W, respectively, cost is around $350 vs $600, currently)
Quickly my thoughts concerning prior low rating reviews I see posted on product.. The volume regimen seems to have changed slightly from my most recently previously purchased Onkyo. The old units MAX volume numeral was at 80, whereas this unit the MAX numeral is 100. Amplification power seems to be fully intact, however you can see using the volume number to compare actual perceived output can be deceiving. Secondly, the volume number is not necessarily comparable on different models if you keep in mind that different models can have different power outputs as well. TX-NR1009 is not a smart comparison to this unit as that model is rated at 135 W + 135 W (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.08%, 2 channels driven, FTC) and consumes up to 8.8 amps. The modern Onkyo TX-RZ920 is the amplification match for that unit and currents for $1500. Most informed consumers have watched as A/V receivers have increased features exponentially and amplification power has suffered slightly as a result of the budgeting shifts, but this unit, the TX-NR676 has adequate amplification for decently efficient speaker configurations powered to at or near THX Select levels.
Pros: We had problems with Onkyo many years ago and were hesitant to try another one. However, we are extremely pleased! We already had all our banana plugs assembled (we lost our previous receiver to lightening) and the sound is fabulous! We highly recommend and would purchase again.
Overall Review: We had problems with Onkyo many years ago and were hesitant to try another one. However, we are extremely pleased! We already had all our banana plugs assembled (we lost our previous receiver to lightening) and the sound is fabulous! We highly recommend and would purchase again.
Pros: Super easy to use, user-friendly great setup cannot complain and great price
Cons: I can't really think of any right now
Pros: -works as advertise
-Zone 2 is installed in my bathroom on a switch on the door frame love it takes away the 2 rear surround speakers witch is okay
Cons: _ volume doesnt really start until 50 and sounds best at 67-75% which is horrible read all the forums I replaced a TX-NR1009 which blows this away The excuses for the volume are ridiculous
Overall Review: Not what I thought but I went from a $1500 amp to this so I shouldn't expect much. Ive been with Onkyo form 1982 I have a M-508 and a P-308 that kick
Cons: Bad vendor, that's probably why they are no longer a NewEgg vendor
Overall Review: Horrible vendor who provided several tracking numbers, but none of them tracked. I found many complaints about this seller, Crawford Superstore, and I filed a complaint with PayPal against NewEgg for not stepping in. This transaction rated 0 eggs, but I was required to select at least one egg.
Pros: turned my 15 year old TV into a dream machine!