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A serious piece of equipment
 
I'm currently using this with my Xbox 360, a Panasonic TH58PZ850U TV, Panasonic DMP-BD35K bluray, and Polk LSi 25/LSiC/TC80I speakers in a 7.2 setup. This is my first Onkyo A/V Receiver in over 20 years- needless to say I came back for the long list of features this model offers. THX Ultra 2, 7 X 145W power, 4ohm output, isf callibration, Silicon Optix Reo chip, Audyssey sound callibration- the list goes on and on. The truth is this is the absolute best receiver in the sub $5k price ra...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Colt can be read at Crutchfield
 
Colt
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/02/2008
User Location: Palm Bay, Fl
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96% (25 of 26) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Simply Amazing!
 
Simply amazing! I must say, this has to be one of the most sophisticated pieces of electronic equipment that I've ever owned. I don't even know where to begin. Did I mention this thing is amazing?I was running a Bose Lifestyle 48 prior to this, but when I finally decided to make the most of HDMI connections, I shelved the Bose and stepped up to the ONKYO. What a breath of fresh air! There are so many features of the TX-NR906 that I like. Starting with the remote control--I'm sure it'...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by B. Johnson "BRJ" can be read at Amazon.Com
 
B. Johnson "BRJ"
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/02/2008
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91% (42 of 46) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Best in Class
 
I watched the 905 reviews carefully and realized that it was wise to wait for the more refined 906 I own today. I expect I will buy a second one, as they are priced well within reach. My core reason for selecting this unit was the combination of HD radio, big amp, flexability and shear endurance. Many competitors are lighter, and you can be sure that means a lesser amp and transformer. This unit runs hot, but has loads of power - it is fused at 9.8 AMPS! Upscaling is cool, but in 2 years ev...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by dflynn5656 can be read at Crutchfield
 
dflynn5656
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 10/10/2008
User Location: Laurel, Md
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88% (88 of 99) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Very Satisfied
 
I've had this receiver for about a month now. It was a replacement for my 6 year old TX-SR600. I got this receiver hooked up to 7 Jamo in ceiling speakers and a Velodyne CHT10. The sound is amazing. Very clear with lots of reserves. The auto speaker callibration makes fine tuning your speakers easy and it's right on the money. My 720p Sony LCD which is running as a monitor because I got all my sound coming from the receiver, so it is used everyday for about 12 hours a day. I hav...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Brahda808 can be read at Crutchfield
 
Brahda808
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/08/2008
User Location: Hawaii
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88% (30 of 34) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Intense! Awesome! Feature Packed Hub of Power!
 
This monster at some 55lbs is the center of my entertainment. I have a 52 120Hz Samsung HDTV, Xbox, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, Onkyo DVD player, HP Desktop all connected via HDMI ports being Onkyo at present is the only one to offer so many HDMI connections on one unit.I am using 7.1 channel speakers which combined with this system put out such incredible clear sound and power driven whether the TV, the gaming systems, radio, DVD, windows Media Center, Apple itunes or Netflix via ...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Stuart Floyd can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Stuart Floyd
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/05/2009
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82% (39 of 47) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Yamaha RX-V663 IS NOT THE SAME FOR LESS
 
Kumar is wrong, the Yamaha RX-V663 does not have a HD Radio built in tuner, for HD radio except for satellite radio, so that is one of the reasons this model is higher, the Onkyoa 876 is less but does have the HDThe NR906 is particularly high, but that is because it also has a port for your internet so you can set stations that stream over the internet.I dont know if it is worth that much more instead of just buying the Onkyo 876 which again has the HD Tuner for all loca...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by hdman "hdman" can be read at Amazon.Com
 
hdman "hdman"
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/24/2009
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64% (9 of 14) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Yamaha RX-V663 Sounds Better, Has All Features for 70% Less
 
Not to quibble with the other reviewers here, who provide no comparison, what is there not to like in a $1500 receiver.But to have almost all these features, certainly all the ones that count, ability to connect all your HD sources with 1080p connections through HDMI and codecs for all possible sound sources, the Yamaha for $350 plus a Harmony universal remote for $50 sounds a lot better and does everything the Onkyo does for a lot less.

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Kumar H. Shah "Kumar" can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Kumar H. Shah "Kumar"
 Rated It 
2.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/23/2009
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8% (4 of 46) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
way to expensive
 
Anybody who cash $2000 on this receiver must be out of his mind. Marantz AV2003 pre-processor, which is two categories above this Onkyo, sells for almost the same! And we all know that for stereo audio sound separates are the Law (Marantz MM8003 can be found for $1800, but there are Rotel excellent 5-ch amplifiers for as low as $1200).What I learned from my investigation of this Onkyo:- does not support video streaming, e.g. movies, like Marantz AV8003- too much heat
Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Bran can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Bran
 Rated It 
1.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/10/2009
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7% (3 of 38) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Great for movies, also great for serious stereo !
 
* IN CAPITAL LETTER MY REVISIONS AFTER 3 MONTHS OF TUNNING.Bought it to replace the great and classic Onkyo TX-DS989 after 8 years of good services. After these 8 years I became a semi audiophile appreciating hi def audio sources such as DVD Audio,SACD and audiophile CDs. I wanted another DS989 with all the new modern features brought by HDMI such as 1080p, DTS-HD, Master audio etc. I also wanted something that could make my hi def audio sources sound better. The new Onkyo TX-NR906 looked ...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Paulo Deiudicibus can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Paulo Deiudicibus
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/15/2009
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100% (8 of 8) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
2,199 not the real price.
 
This product can be had for as low as the low 1,300s. I paid 1464 in early January. The reason for the identical prices of 2,199 is that Onkyo must be enforcing its resale price maintenance requirements on its dealers. You used to be able to do a one click to check prices or add to cart to see the price, but even that does not work anymore (here or on the dealer sites). Many dealer web sites say that you "may" want to call about their latest pricing. You absolutely should call. If you orde...

Onkyo TXNR906B Receivers Black review by Jim "Jim R" can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Jim "Jim R"
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/13/2009
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88% (8 of 9) Users Found This Review Helpful
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