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Onkyo TX-NR509 5.1 Channel Network A/V Receiver EXPIRED

kashtx 251 December 18, 2012 at 01:42 AM in Tech & Electronics (3) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 12-19-2012 at 03:41 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Price drop. Item is now $156.13 with free shipping.

Amazon.com has Onkyo TX-NR509 5.1 Channel Network A/V Receiver for $173.48 $156.13 with free shipping. Thanks kashtx

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Back in stock. Price has dropped now to $156.13 plus free shipping
Amazon has the Onkyo TX-NR509 5.1 Channel Network A/V Receiver [amazon.com] for $173.48. List price is $399.99.

Product Features
80 Watts per Channel at 8 Ohms, 20 Hz20 kHz, 0.7%, 2 Channels Driven, FTC; 110 Watts per Channel at 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9%, 2 Channels Driven, FTC
4 HDMI Inputs and 1 Output, HDMI Support for 3D, Audio Return Channel, Deep Color, X.V.Color,
LipSync, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, DVD-Audio
Direct Digital Connection of iPod/ iPhone via Front-Panel USB Port.
Easy to Use On screen Display (OSD) via HDMI;

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I am not an electronics person, so I am unsure what other information I should put in this post. I just noticed the drastic price drop since my husband and I purchased this last week, and thought someone might be interested.
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Last Edited by indianafanatic December 19, 2012 at 10:44 AM
Price drop. Now $156.13.

Frys have the same receiver for $7 less.... = $149. Please check the link
http://www.frys.com/product/65532...IN_RSLT_PG

Yes but you neglected to mention Fry's is B&M only, and plus tax.
By the way-Not in stock in the Fishers IN store.

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#5
Nice deal on an entry level receiver.
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Purchase at your own risk. Onkyo receivers are crap for reliability. All you have to do is look at the reviews. Onkyo is the LAST brand of receiver I would purchase.
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How much do I have to spend to get a receiver that will attribute all incoming digital audio to dolby and possibly even convert component video to digital as well?
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Quote from MIX MASTER ICE View Post :
Purchase at your own risk. Onkyo receivers are crap for reliability. All you have to do is look at the reviews. Onkyo is the LAST brand of receiver I would purchase.
Here's my review: I've owned 2 in the last 7 years and they are both running just as well as they did the day I bought them. (And, they were perfect the day I got them). I have the 509 and couldn't be happier with the feature set, performance and value.
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Quote from indianafanatic View Post :
Here's my review: I've owned 2 in the last 7 years and they are both running just as well as they did the day I bought them. (And, they were perfect the day I got them). I have the 509 and couldn't be happier with the feature set, performance and value.
I used to have one too, but he's referring to the ones from the past year or 2, which have had hdmi issues and the receivers crapping out after 2-3 years.
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I used to have one too, but he's referring to the ones from the past year or 2, which have had hdmi issues and the receivers crapping out after 2-3 years.
The 509 is, I believe, the 2011 model and did have some reported issues. I think that with the full manufacturer's warranty, and available firmware updates, this should be a good purchase for anyone wanting to stream music from their computers, Pandora, Spotify, etc. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to one of my friends or family members.
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Quote from indianafanatic View Post :
Here's my review: I've owned 2 in the last 7 years and they are both running just as well as they did the day I bought them. (And, they were perfect the day I got them). I have the 509 and couldn't be happier with the feature set, performance and value.
I have the 608 and it has been fine(knock on wood) and I have one other older Onkyo(5XX) still going strong. I still buy onkyo because I have had good luck with them and they are generally reasonably priced. I need a new one to upgrade an aging onkyo that doesnt have hdmi.
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#12
I just bought the 609 during the Onkyo sale and noticed it was running hot when I first hooked it up. So I updated the firmware and it has been running much cooler since.

I'm happy with the receiver, haven't had any issues
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Pioneer Elite

Spend some $$$ to get a better receiver.

A few years ago I went from an Onkyo 806 to a Pioneer Elite SC27 - what a difference!
The spaciousness of the sound & balance destroyed the Onkyo.

I do have an Onkyo 605 in the bedroom that is still running like a horse. I would buy another Onkyo for my 10 year old sons room, but never for the living room.
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Quote from blahblahyoutoo View Post :
I used to have one too, but he's referring to the ones from the past year or 2, which have had hdmi issues and the receivers crapping out after 2-3 years.
How could you know it is "crapping out" after two to three years when it was only one or two years old? Can you see into the future? I think we need to talk about some investments. Wink Stick Out Tongue
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#15
Whats the difference between N509 and the newer NR515?
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