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Onkyo TX-NR5007 145 Watts 9.2-Channel AV Surround Home Network Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Powerful 1300-watt 9.2-channel home theater recever/amplifier (145W x9)
  • HDMI Video Upscaling to 1080p with HQV Reon-VX
  • Includes 8 HDMI and 3 component HD inputs, plus front and rear USB ports
  • Ethernet connection allows streaming of Internet music services (Pandora, Rhapsody, Sirius Internet Radio)
  • Measures 17-1/8 x 7-13/16 x 18-1/4 inches (WxHxD)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Onkyo
  • Model: TX-NR5007
  • Output Wattage: 145 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: 65.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002M78EPW
  • Item model number: TX-NR5007
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,220 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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The Onkyo TX-NR5007 offers a mouthwatering feature set designed to satisfy even the most demanding home theater purist. The expanded 9.2-channel configuration allows you to enjoy multi-zone playback as well as the latest surround formats by Dolby, DTS, and Audyssey. Advanced networking capability, meanwhile, enables you to incorporate PC-based audio and internet radio into your home theater set-up.

Onkyo TX-NR5007
The Onkyo TX-NR5007 home theater receiver with 9.2-channel configuration (see larger image).

Video signals fed through this receiver get the luxury treatment, thanks to HQV Reon-VX processing, ISF calibration, and 1080p upscaling of all video sources via HDMI 1.3a. In the engine room, the TX-NR5007 boasts an impressive array of audiophile-grade components, including large, customized transistors to drive high currents and 22,000-degree F capacitors to support a huge and stable power supply. Add to that high-quality 32-bit Burr-Brown DACs; ultra-low-jitter circuitry; and independent power supplies for amp, video, and audio circuitry, and you have a networking powerhouse equipped to deliver an immaculate A/V performance every time.

Onkyo TX-NR5007 remote

Streaming Capabilities

With the built-in Ethernet port, you'll be able to connect to your network and stream the following Internet music/radio services.

Pandora Internet Radio
Free, personalized Internet radio playing only the music you love. Enter your favorite songs or artists, and enjoy stations created just for you. Rate songs as they play, because Pandora caters to your tastes and adapts stations to your feedback on the spot.
Rhapsody Internet Radio Service
Rhapsody is a digital music service that lets you listen to whatever you want, wherever you are--without paying per track. And Rhapsody membership plans start at less than the cost of a CD a month, so you can listen to as much music as you want without limits. Subscription fees apply.
Sirius Ready
SIRIUS brings access to over 130 digital-quality channels, including 69 channels of 100% commercial-free music, plus exclusive channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather and data. This model has a SIRIUS jack on its rear that connects to an optional SIRIUSConnect home tuner kit. This kit includes everything you need for easy home installation, including the SIRIUSConnect receiver, indoor/outdoor antenna with 21-foot cable, and an AC power adaptor. SIRIUS has three powerful satellites situated directly above the U.S., enabling coast-to-coast coverage with high elevation angles. With a "clear line of sight" to your home, your signal is unimpeded by buildings, trees or objects that might block conventional satellite signals.

Key Features

DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Audio delivers sound quality that matches the clear and vivid images of high-definition video. Blu-ray and HD-DVD discs deliver five times the video resolution of standard DVD and produce images with stunning realism. But that's only half of the story. You need incredible sound to complete the high definition experience and DTS-HD Audio provides the highest quality multi-channel sound possible. Movies come alive with sound as lifelike as the picture, and music becomes as real as a live performance.

Onkyo TX-NR5007 rear
Rear of the Onkyo TX-NR5007 (see larger image).
Audyssey Audio Correction Technology
  • Audyssey 2EQ for Room Acoustic Correction: Tailors multichannel audio for your home theater by correcting problems both in frequency response and in the time domain (where most of the problems lie) for a clear, precise, and natural sound.
  • Audyssey Dynamic Volume: Maintains the desired listening level for all content while optimizing the dynamic range.
  • Audyssey Dynamic EQ for Loudness Correction: Solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality at lower volumes.
HD Radio Ready

Enjoy the crisp clear sound of HD Radio by connecting the optional UP-HT1 module on u-Port capable Onkyo models.

Key Specifications

  • THX Ultra2 Plus certified
  • HDMI V1.3a repeater [8 in (1 front)/2 out (simultaneous), 1080p compatible]
  • Massive Toroidal transformer for High current drive
  • 4 Independent Power Supply for clearer sound
  • Finest 192kHz/32bit Burr-Brown DACs
  • isf Video Calibration
  • Internet Radio Streaming (Pandora, Rhapsody, Sirius Internet Radio, vTuner)
  • HDMI 1080p upscaling powered by HQV Reon-VX
  • Dolby PLIIz Processing
  • Dolby Volume
  • Audyssey DSX Surround processing
  • Component Video Upscaling (up to 1080i)
  • Front and rear USB inputs
  • Dimensions: 17-1/8 x 7-13/16 x 18-1/4 inches (WxHxD)

Product Description

As Onkyo’s flagship model for the network generation, the TX-NR5007 offers a mouthwatering feature set designed to satisfy even the most demanding home theater purist. The expanded 9.2-channel configuration allows you to enjoy multi-zone playback as well as the latest surround formats by Dolby, DTS, and Audyssey. Advanced networking capability, meanwhile, enables you to incorporate PC-based audio and internet radio into your home theater set-up. Video signals fed through this receiver get the luxury treatment, thanks to HQV Reon-VX processing, ISF calibration, and 1080p upscaling of all video sources via HDMI 1.3a. In the engine room, the TX-NR5007 boasts an impressive array of audiophile-grade components, including large, customized transistors to drive high currents and 22,000 μF capacitors to support a huge and stable power supply. Add to that high-quality 32-bit Burr-Brown DACs; ultra-low-jitter circuitry; and independent power supplies for amp, video, and audio circuitry, and you have a networking powerhouse equipped to deliver an immaculate A/V performance every time.

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Now 2 months later, this no longer works.
mooshoo27
I certainly did not buy at the high end of the Onkyo line to end up with potentially throw away gear.
D. Jones
The firmware update supposedly fixes the problem but only temporarily.
David Fortune

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Thang Nguyen on March 22, 2010
I purchased the Onkyo TX-NR5007 in February 2010 to replace my Onkyo TX-SR806. Going from the 806 to the 5007 was like day and night. The sound from the 5007 is easily the best I've heard from any receiver. I work in an electronics store and I hear many units daily from the Denon AVR-4810CI and the Pioneer Elite SC-27 and they, in my opinion, can't match the Onkyo in terms of sound and features.

The new TX-NR5007 have 192kHz/32bit Burr-Brown DACs, and 4 independent power supplies for better sound. Along with those features for sound, this receiver includes the HQV Reon 1080p upscaling that even makes my HD inputs look better when compared to the Faroudja chip that was in the TX-SR806. For those interested in making the picture look even better, it's ISF certified and you can use this feature to professionally calibrate day and night picture modes for each input.

The networking features also great. I use Pandora radio a few times a week and am very happy with the quality. I had a problem setting it up though. None of the stations showed up on my internet radio until after I reset the entire receiver. This receiver can also stream music from media servers such as your PC, and it can also play music off of a USB hard drive or thumb drive.

I'm powering Klipsch XF-48's as the left and right channel, and three Klipsch XL-23's as a center channel, and left and right surrounds, along with a Definitive Technology Supercube Reference subwoofer (5.1 setup). What's surprising is that there is still room for four more speakers and one more subwoofer (9.2 setup). If you don't need a receiver that's capable of passing through 3D signals (HDMI 1.4), I would recommend that you get this receiver because I've never heard one that sounded better especially at this price point. Please make sure you can fit and carry this beast before purchasing though. It is gigantic and it weighs near 60lbs.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David Fortune on March 11, 2012
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This receiver has an ongoing problem with signal processing that prevents sound from getting to the speakers. Apparently this is an ongoing problem with Onkyo receivers. The firmware update supposedly fixes the problem but only temporarily. Board failures that prevent the unit from transmitting sound to the speakers. Onkyo doesn't really acknowledge the problem publicly but the firmware update says something to the effect of fixing the "problem with no sound when the receiver has been in standby for an extened period of time". This is an understatement. My receiver powers on but no sound. Hard reset sometimes fixes this but now it isn't working anymore. Local Onkyo service center is overwhelmed with these units with signal processing board failures.

It sucks because I love everything else about this receiver including the power output - BUT NOT HAVING SOUND KIND OF DEFEATS THE WHOLE PURPOSE!!! I will never buy another Onkyo!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MovieFan77 on June 4, 2010
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I have had this unit for close to a year and a half. At first I tolerated the quirks and really dug into the manual to assure that I understood the unit better. My initial problem from day one was that the unit would freeze up to the point where it wouldn't change functions or even turn off. Had to unplug the unit and perform a hard reset which by the way resets all settings where I have to recalibrate the Audyssey speaker setting. For whatever reason the problem seemed to clear after a software upgrade or perhaps it was replacing the weak batteries in the remote with new ones. Since then the unit will freeze up every 2 to 20 days and require me to turn it off, unplug it, then plug it back in. This is ridiculous.
Now every day when I turn on the unit there is no sound. I have to perform a hard reset. I am a bit disappointed. My Yamaha receiver is still doing just as well now as it did when I purchased it several years ago.

Update: I discovered that if I let the receiver warm up for 8-10 minutes then press the standby/on button off then on the sound will resume. The next day I recalibrated the Audyssey speaker setting and now the receiver has sound without having to warm up. However I expect this problem to occur again.

I hope that ONKYO has overcome these problems with the newer models.

>>>>>>>>>>>> Update: June 19, 2012

In Dec. 2011 I sent this receiver to an Onkyo recommended repair facilities in Syracuse,NY. The Problem was a defective HDMI board. Since the needed part was on back order, Syracuse sent the unit to Onkyo in NJ. Onkyo NJ then sent to me a New TX-NR-5009 receiver replacement which so far has functioned much better and without any of the 5007's HDMI quirks.
I am very pleased and I sincerely appreciate the efforts of both United Radio of Syracuse and Onkyo for their resolution.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Manhattan Dweller on October 8, 2010
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This purchase was made more than 3 months ago to replace a great functioning Onkyo 805. The 805 was passed down to family as a gift and they loved it. The 5007 is even better in many additional aspects. I have used Marantz, Yamaha, Pioneer Elite, Dennon, and Harmon Kardon in the past and this unit by far beats them all in quality, user friendliness, and price. Uncertain of all the criticism of clicking sounds as there are some occasional soft clicks when the device is trying to decode changing audio formats/codecs when the audio source format changes, but that is common with any other receivers of the same class required to decode this many audio algorithms. This actually can be completely avoided if each source is set up with a default audio program in the set up menu (if the user understands the overwhelming list of audio programs/codecs and bothered to check this out.) It is actually much less clicking and when click, much softer to the point of not noticible even close up than the 805... Uncertain if some reviewers who singled out this unit about the clicking but did not mention common clicking found in all receivers of this class got this unit as the first device of this class to decode multichannel lossless formats, and they are not expecting any clicking that is normal as they were comparing to receivers that can only decode older, compressed multi channel surround audio formats from DVDs and TVs? The net capability was also very easy to use and works well. It is a few pounds heavier than the 805 and a LOT heavier than any other competing receivers of the same price/feature class (close to a whopping 60lbs). Heavier means beefier power supply transformers for the amplifiers (try picking up some professional amplifiers such as QSC and you will know what I mean.Read more ›
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