Released July, 2010
The Pros:Setup is very simple and quick. High number of HDMI inputs, enough for almost anyone's needs. Selectable upcoding allows support for older displays.
The Cons:Wired internet only, no Wi-Fi. Second zone has limited output options.
The Onkyo TX-NR1008 is a high-end A/V receiver with 9.2 channel speaker support. This 3D capable device can handle nearly any media device thrown at it with: 7 HDMI inputs and 2 outputs (V1.4a repeater), THX Select2 Plus Certification, USB inputs, iPod/iPhone compatibility, TrueHD/DTS-HD decoding and a PC input.
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The TX-NR1008 also supports HD, XM, SIRIUS and Internet radio and DLNA streaming as well as WiFi/Ethernet connectivity.
Its massive quantity of supported audio channels put the TX-NR1008 on the cutting-edge of surround sound audio setups; with good quality speakers and proper placement, the TX-NR1008 is capable of providing some of the best home audio available in multiple rooms of your home simulataneously. That said, the TX-NR1008's multiple audio connectivity options (CD, iPod/iPhone, DLNA streaming, satellite radio) ensure that its top-of-the-line quality will be well-utilized. Additionally, its variety of video inputs as well as its HDMI 1.4 compatibility (supporting 3D video playback and Audio Return Channel) ensure that the TX-NR1008's video compatibility is as all-encompassing as its audio compatibility.
- 9.2 channel compatibility, allowing for multi-room setups
- 7 HDMI inputs, 2 outputs (V1.4a repeater) - supports 3D video playback and Audio Return Channel
- THX Select2 Plus Certification
- USB inputs for media storage devices as well as iPod/iPhone
- TrueHD/DTS-HD decoding
- HDMI 1080p video upconversion by Faroudja DCDi cinema
- PC input
- HD, XM, SIRIUS and Internet radio ready
- WiFi/Ethernet connectivity - DLNA streaming
User Reviews (3)
setup is very simple and quick
high number of HDMI inputs, enough for almost anyone's needs
selectable upcoding allows support for older displays
wide array of input types for audio
on-screen menus and instructions for ease of use
remote control works with almost everything on the market
wired internet only, no Wi-Fi
second zone has limited output options
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