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Old reliable: Onkyo
 
Well, I got delivery of my new TX8222 10 days ago and no surprise to me that this is a really fine product. This is my fourth Onkyo receiver and actually cost a bit less from Crutchfield than I had paid years ago for my first three (one of which I still have as a backup). I'll try to be brief: Great, pure sound. Plenty of inputs, including phono (which I don't need).A terrific fm antenna with a coaxial connection attached to a simple skinny little white wire. Big point for me...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Freddy can be read at Crutchfield
 
Freddy
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 08/30/2007
User Location: Brooklyn, NY
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100% (16 of 16) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Great Buy!
 
Bought this to replace my old technics receiver. First i bought a Sony STR DE197 for 160 bucks..OUCH it was so bad i sent it back that day and bought the ONKYO. MAN was I happy. The ONKYO was only a few bucks more but the quality is unreal! Sounds SOOO good, great features, great remote and just has that look of elegance you want in your setup!This is by far the best 2 channel receiver available in this price range.

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Frank F can be read at Crutchfield
 
Frank F
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/29/2007
User Location: St. Louis, MO
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100% (13 of 13) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I already have an Onkyo receiver as my home theater receiver and have been immensely satisfied with it. I decided to go with Onkyo again when setting up speakers above my kitchen cabinets for CD and radio listening when I am in the kitchen cooking or washing dishes, etc. The TX-8222 has proven to be a worthy purchase. The speaker wire posts are screw-on binding posts, not spring clips as in cheaper models by other manufacturers. Definitely makes it easier to connect wire to the back. The 50 watt...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by alchartreux can be read at Amazon.Com
 
alchartreux
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/13/2007
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94% (16 of 17) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I bought this receiver as a replacement for a 25-year-old Technics that served as a slave to an Aiwa bookshelf unit and was driving four speakers. When I put that oddball system together, it took me about ten minutes to dial in a great sound, using a combination of the Aiwa's internal EQ, the Technics "loudness" button, and some unorthodox bass and treble control settings. Basically, my speakers and ears need a deep, warm bass and a natural treble.When I substituted the Onkyo, I was quite disapp...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Oliver Towne can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Oliver Towne
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/07/2007
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93% (14 of 15) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
First Onkyo product
 
I purchased the Onkyo TX-8222 Stereo Receiver to replace my Pioneer receiver, which was several years old. I called Crutchfield's sales staff to get additional feedback the TX-8222. As usual, their sales staff had the answers for all my questions. My order was quickly processed, sent the following day, and received within three days. Excellent service. The Onkyo TX-8222 is a solid performer. With my disability, I found the control buttons have a light turning resistance, and good arrangement. On...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Marty can be read at Crutchfield
 
Marty
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/04/2006
User Location: Ionia, MI
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88% (255 of 287) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I had a 30-year-old, top-of-line Marantz that gave up the ghost altogether after the internal lights started fading. Much as I liked it, the cost of repair was considerably higher than this Onkyo (the internet lists plenty of repair places to send units like the Marantz to), and I no longer use my stereo nearly as much as I used to (I wonder how often the surround-sound, 5-speaker audiophiles actually remain seated in their sonic cocoons).Anyone with experience with audio knows that manufacture...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Caponsacchi can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Caponsacchi
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 05/23/2007
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88% (22 of 25) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I recently assembled my first stereo component system (having had mostly single piece stereos for the last 35 years). I thought I might find "suggested systems" on the web, however, I ended up researching and price comparing for a month or so before my system was completed. Here is what I bought and some comments:1. The receiver is an Onkyo TX8222 with a "tape monitor function" which you need to be able to use an Equalizer plus to hear what you are recording. Although it has just 50 watts per ch...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by CHRISINK can be read at Amazon.Com
 
CHRISINK
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/02/2007
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83% (25 of 30) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I just received and immediately sent back my Onkyo TX-8222 receiver. I connected everything, plugged it in, and turned it on. After two seconds, it turned off. When I turned it on again, it crackeled and popped, then shut off. I went through this scenario about a dozen times. I called the Onkyo support line and waited on hold over 45 minutes before hanging up. In the troubleshooting section of the manual, it instructs the user to unplug the unit for an hour, then try again, when this happe...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Vince can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Vince
 Rated It 
1.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/07/2007
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46% (6 of 13) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Great Stereo Receiver
 
I bought this several months ago for my son's 16th birthday. I'm so impressed with this, I think I'm going to get another to use on the deck. It sounds very clear and crisp, and receives even the most distant FM stations with ease. Nice solid construction. Great Buy!!

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by bill_in_jc can be read at Crutchfield
 
bill_in_jc
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 12/10/2007
User Location: Johnson City, NY
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100% (9 of 9) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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I bought this unit from Amazon's Warehouse Deals for $94.85. It was brand new and had apparently been returned to Amazon from another customer because the shipping carton was damaged. (Warehouse Deals often has some incredible deals.)I wanted this unit to replace a 40 watt per channel Sony receiver/amplifier, model ST D390 that is kept in the bedroom. The Onkyo is 50 watts per channel but gives out a significantly superior quality sound than the Sony.With Sony SS-B3000 speakers (which I also got...

Onkyo TX8222 Stereo Receiver - 50 Watts Per Channel review by Jim can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Jim
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/19/2008
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100% (8 of 8) Users Found This Review Helpful
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