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In addition to five-way binding posts for each set of speakers, including those for a second zone, each speaker is also represented by a preamp out. Suffice it to say that whatever source and display equipment you have, the TX-NR can deal with it -- and deal with it well. Who needs a dock? The old-school Onkyo TX-NR3008 Network AV Receiver was to input each video signal individually, directly to the plasma display doable, but mostly analog and output the audio from each component to the receiver, again with a pure digital connection, optical or coaxial connection.

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Audyssey EQ, depending on which version is installed on the receiver, can control any of 11 different sound-reproduction factors, from room EQ to the relative volume of television commercials. The TX-NR takes advantage of four of these: Dynamic EQ ensures the clarity of the bass and surrounds, regardless of the volume level. Audyssey DSX adapts Onkyo TX-NR3008 Network AV Receiver 5.

The TX-NR is 7. It takes the room into account.

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I put the Audyssey microphone on a tripod the mike has standard threading on its bottom at ear height at the primary listening position and watched with rapt fascination as a series of sweep tones located the MartinLogan Motion speakers and calibrated their output for the room. I calibrated the MartinLogans for the three positions in which I, Mrs. East, and our daughter typically sit while watching TV or a movie together. Within each parameter you can further define how you want to shape the sound Onkyo TX-NR3008 Network AV Receiver drilling down through the Listening Mode menus. The variations are possibly endless.

It also controls the onboard tuner. Operation Engaging the TX-NR is as simple as hitting the On button, selecting a source, sitting back, and enjoying a TV show, a movie, or some music. Indeed, with integrated audio and video, whole new experiences opened up to us. The real ear-openers were live sporting events, from the World Series to college football.

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The network sound engineers have cleverly relegated crowd noise to the surrounds, and there we ran into the first problem: The surround channels were considerably and annoyingly louder than the play-by-play from the three front speakers. What I found was that the surrounds were outputting Onkyo TX-NR3008 Network AV Receiver SPL than the three front speakers, the right surround by about 2dB and the left by about 3dB.

Both also feature advanced Onkyo TX-NR3008 Network AV Receiver video calibration, which allows users to make fine-grained, independent adjustments for each video source. Audio networking and internet radio are common to both models. The former adds extra height or width channels for greater spatial ambience, while the latter provides the option of extra height channels.

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In a modern home theater, matching audio output to the acoustic characteristics of the room is all-important. Both receivers include a full suite of Audyssey room-correction and equalization technologies.


These work to optimize audio performance, regardless of room shape and volume level. Flexibility is the byword when it comes to multi-room set-ups.

Build quality is highlighted by gold-plated audio inputs and PLL jitter-cleaning circuit technology on all models. Channel Network A/V Receiver Once again upping the ante for high-end A/V receivers, Onkyo packs the TX-NR with an extremely generous selection. The Onkyo TX-NR Channel Network A/V Receiver contains the HQV Reon-VX, the most sophisticated video-processing chip available for home theater.


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