Game Room>LG 60" Plasma, Onkyo TX-NR509, Infinity P363 fronts, P163 center, P163's surrounds, SVS PB-2000. Living Room>Samsung 59" Plasma, Onkyo HT-RC560, JBL Studio 180 fronts, Studio 120c center, Polk R150 sides, Polk RC60i in-wall rears, SVS PB12-NSD. PC set up> Pioneer VSX-522, Infinity P163's. Master Bedroom>Samsung 42" LED, Onkyo HT-R290 w/matching 5.1 speakers. Game Systems> PS4. PS3, XBox One, XBox 360, Wii.
Only 1 optical in it looks like. If anyone cares. I care, but maybe it doesn't matter w/4 hdmi's. Like the other poster said I'd like more HDMI ports on it. Seems like decent deal though. Repped.
Why would you push anything over optical if you have the option for HDMI? Once you start splitting the audio/video signal over different inputs you're just setting yourself up for audio timing/sync issues.
One thing to note is that the power rating is taken at 6 Ohms:
130 W/Ch (6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD, 1 Channel Driven)
Most ratings are taken at 8 Ohms for comparisons sake. In addition to this the other figures after 6 Ohms have a pretty profound effect on the power rating as well but I forget exactly what the 1 kHz and 1% THD are.
Dont mean to threadcrap as this look like a pretty nice receiver at a good price but I do not believe this should be advertised as a 910W receiver (in the same way HTIBs are advertised at over 1000W). Just make sure to do your homework and compare vs other receivers in this price range.
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