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Onkyo TX-NR3007 140 Watts 9.2-Channel AV Surround Home Network Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 140 Watts per Channel at 8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.05%, 2 Channels Driven, FTC
  • HDMI Version 1.3a to Support Deep Color, x.v.Color, LipSync, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Audio and 1080p Video Processing via HDMI (1 Front/6 Rear Inputs and 2 Outputs [Main/Sub])
  • HDMI Video Upscaling to 1080p with HQV Reon-VX
  • ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) Video Calibration
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Product Specifications

Brand NameOnkyo
Output Wattage140 watts
Color NameBlack
Specification MetSwitching

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Onkyo
  • Model: TX-NR3007
  • Output Wattage: 140 Watts
  • Surround Sound Channel Configuration: 9
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 17.1 x 7.8 inches ; 55.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 64.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002M78EPM
  • Item model number: TX-NR3007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,484 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2009

Product Description

In one powerhouse unit, the TX-NR3007 combines the finesse and flexibility of a ballerina with the balance and brawn of a sumo wrestler. 9.2 audio channels expand the possibilities both for multi-zone playback and for the new surround dimensions of Audyssey DSX and Dolby Pro Logic IIz. Advanced networking capability, meanwhile, lets you bring streaming internet radio and PC-based music files into your home entertainment set-up. Digital audio signals are converted by Onkyo’s VLSC into smooth, noiseless analog waveforms, while selected Audyssey and Dolby technologies maintain a well-balanced frequency response and dynamic range at any volume. Video processing on the TX-NR3007 is also second to none, with 1080p upscaling of any video source via HQV Reon-VX. To witness Onkyo’s renowned attention to build quality, check out the fully isolated power amp and pre-pro, along with the independent power supplies for system, video, and audio circuitry. In short, if you’re serious about building a home entertainment network on the firmest possible foundations, look no further than the TX-NR3007.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Compared to other brands, this seemed to have the most bang for the buck.
rprice54
Now this unit failed and the research is showing a KNOWN issue with the HDMI BOARD.
savtru
If it does re-occur. he has to wait for Vann's to give him authority to do more.
Robert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By rprice54 on January 19, 2010
I researched my AVR choice for months, read plenty of reviews, both pro and consumer, and settled on this one. There are several home theater forums as well that were very helpful- although realize that on any internet forum you tend to concentrate those who are having problems with the unit. People who don't have problems don't tend to say as much- and that goes for any product.

For me, this thing works like a champ. I chose this over the 1007 for 1)better video processing (Reon chip), 2) independant power supplies (video/aduio/etc), and at the time, I found it for a great price, only a bit more than the 1007. It also has Dolby Dynamic volume, which the 1007 doesn't have- but I use the audyssey dynamic volume anyways. The backlit remote is nice too- although not a reason to buy this over the 1007. At first, I wasn't sure if the Reon chip was worth it, my projector suppossedly has the same chip, but I can tell a big difference upconverting my Dish 720p. The image looks much better when I let the Onkyo do the upconversion as oppossed to my projector. Likewise, it does a better job with DVD material compared to my BR which also upconverts DVDs, just not as well as the Onkyo.

There are plenty of comprehensive reviews about all the many, many features this unit has. I'll let you research those. Compared to other brands, this seemed to have the most bang for the buck. No other 9.2 recievers in this price range. Few THX Ultra certified recievers in this price range. More HDMI inputs than anyone else. I currently have a 5.1 setup with high quality quadrapolar surrounds, and to be honest, I don't think I'll be getting rear surrounds any time soon. I will probably add height next. From everything I've read height makes more of an impact than rear surrounds.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dan on March 13, 2010
After my Outlaw Audio 1050 broke, I researched and got this receiver. The pros are:

1. Superior audio amplifier - I listen usually from low to moderate levels and the quality is noticeable still after a few months. I'm using Dynaudio speakers.
2. Several HDMI inputs - Easy switching, using the receiver as the central control point.
3. Additional zone - I pipe the music into the garage below my living room.
4. Internet radio - You can enter in stations into the unit's webserver, provided that you've connected it to your home network. See image I uploaded.
5. Streaming mp3 - You can play back mp3's and other formats from your Windows Media computer if you've got sharing enabled. It can search for playlists as well. I'm using a Windows Home Server HP EX490 1TB Mediasmart Home Server (Black) which always streams music. My computer, however, uses iTunes. I use a couple programs to synchronize music between computer and Home Server, and automatically convert nightly from iTunes playlist format to Windows Media format. This enables playlists on the receiver (as well as Xbox 360 and PS3).
6. Automatic update of firmware via Internet.
7. Works well with Harmony One remote Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote [Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging]

A few cons:
1. No switching outlets, which means it won't turn on pieces of equipment with it. I bought a power strip that will detect when the unit turns on and then in turn power on ambient lighting and a couple wall warts.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Audio Video Obsessed on April 22, 2010
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Below is a review of the TX-NR 3007

My System:
DVp-602ci Video Processor
TX-NR3007
PDP-6020 Pioneer TV
Midrange V2s Tower Speakers (2)
Mirage S12 Powered Subwoofer
Mirage V2s Omnistat satellites (4)
Mirage Omnistat V2cc Center
Dish VIP 622
OPPO BDP 83

SETUP:
First let me say the setup was harder than I thought. The quick setup quite (paper hard copy supplied) was a lifesaver. For those of us that are a bit older, the speaker connections can be hard to see. I would have preferred to have the speaker inputs color coded better like the TX-SR705 (this replaced that one). From start to finish it took me about 90 minutes. My suggestion to anyone purchasing the "NR" models is to connect the speakers and then go right to the speaker set up. I saved myself a lot of hassle by reading this forum first. You must use the supplied microphone and SET UP THE SPEAKERS FIRST. The GUI is helpful but not necessarily intuitive. It took some playing around for me to get to the correct menus and set up everything to my taste.

VIDEO
I use a Denon DVP-602ci. That system uses the Realta T2 Chip. I already had a nice picture for HD sources and a good picture for SD sources. The Reon VX chip took my picture to the next level. It is not so much dramatic as it is 'refined". I am using the low settings for all noise reduction settings. Basically I feed 1080i from the cable box to the processor and output 1080i from the processor to the receiver. The racier is set to 1080P. The processor is the hub for noise reduction and the receiver does all the scaling and de interlacing. The combination is incredible.
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