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Onkyo TX-NR676 TX 7.2-Ch. Hi-Res Network-Ready 4K Ultra HD and 3D Pass-Through A/V Home Theater Receiver - Black for $250 at Bestbuy

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/onky...Id=5763442
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I have this receiver and love it, worth every $$.
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Onkyo does have a history of hdmi issues but with that said, the customer service has been pretty good about it in my experience. The price on this vs potential risk is worth it. My next reciever will probably be Yamaha but when Onkyo is working right they are good for the price.
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grabbed one yesterday from BB and can't wait to see how it works on my new 4K TV
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But onkyo has hdmi issues......... just wanted to be the first on this post lol.

Nice find O.P. Decent receiver!
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Onkyo does have a history of hdmi issues but with that said, the customer service has been pretty good about it in my experience. The price on this vs potential risk is worth it. My next reciever will probably be Yamaha but when Onkyo is working right they are good for the price.
Seriously though, I have an Onkyo receiver and a few months into owning it one of the HDMI ports just completely failed to work. Several years back I sold some receivers and I told myself: "I'm never doing this again!". I had so many receivers that needed to be RMA'd. Brand new units by Onkyo. There's not many brands making receivers and a lot of other ones are so expensive. That's a big reason why I don't want to upgrade everything to 4k right now. I'd have to get new 4K receivers. A hidden cost to your TV. If you are getting a 4K TV aren't you going to get a speaker system to enjoy the experience? A receiver is almost mandatory.
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grabbed one yesterday from BB and can't wait to see how it works on my new 4K TV
Which new 4k tv did u buy?
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This one doesn't have a HDMI in the front like on the website, and the picture shows TX-NR575. Is this the right picture? Or is this a Best Buy's specific model?
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I have an Onkyo TX-NR3007 that I purchased about 10 years ago. It was really expensive at the time but I was wondering how much technology has changed in receivers. How do these new less expensive models compare to mine from several years ago? I've had some HDMI issues(sound and picture cutting out) with mine so I really don't want to spend another grand on a receiver but I could get something in the $350 range and then maybe look for an external amp.

My setup is an Epson 1080 projector(might upgrade at some point), 7 speakers+sub, second room with tv and 2 speakers.
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This one doesn't have a HDMI in the front like on the website, and the picture shows TX-NR575. Is this the right picture? Or is this a Best Buy's specific model?
The picture on bestbuy website is also wrong.
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Seriously though, I have an Onkyo receiver and a few months into owning it one of the HDMI ports just completely failed to work. Several years back I sold some receivers and I told myself: "I'm never doing this again!". I had so many receivers that needed to be RMA'd. Brand new units by Onkyo. There's not many brands making receivers and a lot of other ones are so expensive. That's a big reason why I don't want to upgrade everything to 4k right now. I'd have to get new 4K receivers. A hidden cost to your TV. If you are getting a 4K TV aren't you going to get a speaker system to enjoy the experience? A receiver is almost mandatory.
there's a few yt videos on replacing caps on the hdmi daughterboard to fix. solder job is not too difficult and the caps are cheap.
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I was planning purchase this to replace my working onkaya 5.2 receiver. I need 7.2 4k pass through, BT and plus atmos. How does this compare to Sony which is also same price
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No dolby atmos
It does support Atmos . You can do 5.1.2.
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