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Onkyo TX-NR626 7.2-Channel Network Audio/Video Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 95 Watts per Channel (8 Ohms, 20 Hz 20 kHz, 0.08% THD, 2 Channels Driven); 115 Watts per Channel (6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 2 Channels Driven)
  • 6 HDMI Inputs and 2 Outputs with Audio Return Channel
  • Built-In Wi-Fi-Certified Wireless LAN Capability
  • Onboard Bluetooth Audio Streaming Technology
  • Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Line-Out for Distributed Audio Playback in Another Room
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Product Specifications

Brand NameOnkyo
Output Wattage115 watts
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesInternet music sounds amazing, Quick & easy remote app, HDMI for high resolution playback, Wide range amplifier technology

Technical Details

  • Internet music sounds amazing
  • Quick & easy remote app
  • HDMI for high resolution playback
  • Wide range amplifier technology

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Customer Rating 4 out of 5 stars (662) 4 out of 5 stars (194) 4 out of 5 stars (169) 4 out of 5 stars (460)
Price $439.95 $399.95 $379.00 $349.95
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Connectivity Technology Wireless;Bluetooth Wired;Wireless;Wi-Fi Wi-Fi HDMI
Color Black Information not provided Black Black
Special Features Internet music sounds amazing 7-Channel 90W Per channel at 8 ohms Sleep Timer;3D Compatiblity
Warranty Description 2 years warranty on parts and labor 2 years warranty Information not provided Information not provided
Product Site Launch Date Tue Mar 05 08:00:01 UTC 2013 Tue Mar 25 14:00:01 UTC 2014 Thu May 15 07:00:01 UTC 2014 Tue Feb 19 08:00:01 UTC 2013
Item Weight 21.6 pounds 22.1 pounds 20.7 pounds 17 pounds
Dimensions 6.81 inches x 16.63 inches x 17.13 inches 6.75 inches x 14.38 inches x 17.13 inches 6.6 inches x 17.1 inches x 13 inches 6.3 inches x 17 inches x 13 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

Our TX-NR626 delivers a knockout punch of value and performance. On the value side, you get built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth audio streaming technology. You can stream hi-res, lossless, and compressed formats from Smartphone, tablet, PC, and NAS using our remote app for music selection and playback. The receiver also comes with app-controllable internet radio and music streaming services, so you’ll never be short of music. On the performance side, six HDMI inputs and two ARC-enabled outputs support 4K and 3D pass-through, with lower resolution video upscale to 1080p on regular HDTVs (4K on compatible displays) using Qdeo processing technology. An MHL port handles hi-res video from Smartphone and tablet, and there’s a USB for audio playback from flash memory drive. Discrete WRAT amplifiers and Three-Stage Inverted Darlington Circuitry for the front and center channels deliver breathtaking surround sound, while MultEQ from Audyssey ensures your speakers and subwoofers are calibrated for optimum response. You can even bi-amp your front monitors and drive audio in a second zone. Powerful, easy to use, and packed with convenient technology, the TX-NR626 is unbeatable at this price point.For any further queries please contact Onkyo’sTechnical Support Number @ 1-800-229-1687.MANUALS :

From the Manufacturer

TX-NR626 7.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver

Go Completely Wireless!
Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth audio technology streams hi-res,
lossless, and compressed formats from smartphones, tablets, PCs, and NAS.
4K pass-through & upscaling, high-res video from smarphones and tablets, six HDMI inputs for gaming & other sources is just some of what makes the TX-NR626 a knockout punch of value and performance.

Built-In Wireless & Bluetooth
Stream Audio From Virtually Anywhere & Anything

The TX-NR626 connects to the wireless home network without LAN cables or adapters.

Send a huge range of hi-res, lossless, and compressed files to your home theater from smartphone, PC, tablet, NAS, and online sources using our remote app to control playback.

Or, pair up and stream high quality wireless audio using built-in Bluetooth technology.

HDMI for High Resolution Playback
6 HDMI Inputs Let You Watch Pretty Much Anything

Qdeo technology from Marvell upscales standard video to silky-smooth 1080p (for regular HDTVs) and to an incredible 4k on compatible displays. Also, this receiver will passthrough 4K resolution from source devices (like a Bluray player) to an appropriate display.

The TX-NR626's six HDMI inputs take surround sound formats from Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and supports 3D video. The two outputs have Audio Return Channel, so you can boost your TV's sound through your receiver.

Music from Everywhere
Sounds Even Better Through an Onkyo

The TX-NR626 has the most internet radio and music streaming services of any receiver in its class. Period!

Quick & Easy Remote App
Makes Control Easy & Convenient

The Onkyo remote app for iPod touch®/iPhone® and Android devices is a convenient way to control your home entertainment from anywhere within wireless range. The app has a clear graphical interface to control playback, adjust settings and handle content across multiple zones.

Find the Onkyo Remote App for your Kindle here.

The Foundation of Onkyo Sound
WRAT: Wide Range Amplifier Technology

From the quietest passages to booming explosions, Onkyo's exclusive technology enhances the audio of your movies, music and games like never before.

Deep, Defined Bass
Powerful Bass AND Clear Vocals

Onkyo's Phase-Matching Bass optimizes low frequencies while preserving mid-range clarity. This means that powerful bass plays back with clear vocals; it doesn't overpower them.

MHL™ & Easy Video Switching
Your Phone's Photos & Videos on HDTV

MHL displays your mobile's 1080p video and other media on your HDTV with 7.1 channels of surround sound.

InstaPrevue™ technology names your HDMI devices and displays live video thumbnails of available content. Switch sources easily, with just a glance. No need to remember what's connected to which port.

Audyssey Technology for Awesome Sound
Auto-adjustments for Optimal Sound

Audyssey MultEQ® room-correction technology delivers clear, well-balanced, natural sound.

Audyssey Dynamic EQ® maintains consistent bass, tonal and surround sound effects at different volume levels.

Audyssey Dynamic Volume® automatically compensates for volume fluctuations, for example during loud commercial breaks.

Powered Zone 2
And Zone 2 Line-Out

For distributed audio playback in another room, like the kitchen or deck.

Overlaid Menus
For Quick Adjustments on the Fly

The Quick Set-Up button on your remote puts menus over the program you're watching to switch inputs or change a settings without interrupting your viewing.

Similarly, the Home Menu button calls up simple icons for choosing a media source and menus for system settings.

 Comparison Data

Power Output (per channel)
110 W
95 W
80 W
65 W
THX Certified
THX® Select2 Plus
(3D-ready & ARC:
Audio Return Channel)
Wireless LAN Capable
Built In
Built In
Audio Streaming
Built In
Built In
4K Pass-Through
(from compatible source devices)
4K Upscaling
(Qdeo Processing by Marvell )
Surround Sound Formats
Dolby TueHD,
DTS-HD Master Audio
Audyssey DSX,
Dolby Pro Logic IIz
Dolby TueHD,
DTS-HD Master Audio
Dolby TueHD,
DTS-HD Master Audio
Dolby TueHD,
DTS-HD Master Audio
Audyssey Room Calibration
Bass Enhancement
Internet Radio
Remote App for iPhone /
/ Kindle Fire
Video Upconversion
(Analog to HDMI)
InstaPrevue Technology
(Mobile High-Definition Link)
Multi-Zone Playback
Powered Zone 2, Zone 2/3 Line Outs
Powered Zone 2, Zone 2 Line Out
Zone 2 Line Out
WRAT (Wide Range
Amplifier Technology)
Hybrid Standby
Energy Saving State
Overlaid On-Screen Display
(OSD) via HDMI
USB Ports
2 (Front/Rear)
2 (Front/Rear)
2 (Front/Rear)
1 (Front)

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Product Details

Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]| User Manual [3.12mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 17.1 x 6.8 inches ; 21.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: TX-NR626
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (662 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,096 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Date first available at March 5, 2013

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Customer Reviews

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292 of 310 people found the following review helpful By Adam Wood TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 27, 2013
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I had the opportunity to audition both this model and the Denon AVR-E400, and while both have their advantages, I'd choose this Onkyo in the end.

I read about and discuss receivers on an audio/video forum (Audioholics) a lot, and the things that I recommend that you look at when shopping are: connections (does it have everything that you want/need), auto calibration (a huge plus, IMO), features (can it do everything that you want), power (can it play as loud as you want and still sound good), ease of use, and the remote control. Price, of course, also weighs into it - I never want to spend more than I have to in order to get what I want, but I don't want to spend less and then be unhappy for years because I bought something that doesn't do what I want.

My Bottom Line
If I were buying a receiver in this price range today, I'd buy the Pioneer VSX-1123. That's almost exclusively because I prefer Pioneer's MCACC auto calibration system over Audyssey (explained below), and the VSX-1123 has about the same connectivity and features as this model. If I wanted a receiver with Audyssey in this price class, I wouldn't hesitate to buy this receiver. While it is less refined than the Denon in regards to setup and the onscreen menu system, it wins hands down with its connections and features. If you're interested in my reasons, I've provided details below.

I wrote a pretty long review for the Denon AVR-E400, which is also a nice receiver to consider. I'm providing similar information below.
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402 of 441 people found the following review helpful By Mark Costa on November 10, 2013
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After a long frustrating day this item is going back.
The product description declares: "Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Line-Out for Distributed Audio Playback in Another Room"
Perfect! This is what I want and need! Hurrah!
An Amp that comes pre-programed with remote codes for the AppleTV, gets great reviews, and can support the two bookshelf speakers in our kitchen in addition to the 5.1 Channel AV setup in our living room.
Wired, calibrated, customized, and 2 hours into setup, going in circles trying to solve the mysteries of Zone 2 I find the following bit of fine print on Page 70 of the users manual:
"Only analog, NET or USB input source is output from the ZONE 2 LINE OUT jacks and ZONE 2 L/R terminals."
iTunes Radio from our AppleTV via the HDMI connection? Nope!
CD's? Nope!
Audio from our TiVo? Nope!
The only analog source we have to enjoy in Zone 2 is the one FM radio station we listen to.
Everything else important to us is shut out and none of the language in the product description makes this as clear as the users manual does.
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98 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Justin S. on January 9, 2014
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I can't add much to the other reviews on here, but wanted to point out a couple things:

1) First, be aware of a potential issue when using this unit with a Playstation 3 connected by HDMI. When I first tried it, the connection would flicker, go black, go static-y, and generally be unreliable and terrible. Then I had a hard time switching off the Playstation input back to cable. Other times, it would work, but only for a few minutes. It was very frustrating. The problem can be fixed easily, however. The solution is here: [...]

You need to turn OFF the "Deep Color" option on the PS3. It is on the bottom of the Display Settings menu on the PS3. In that same menu, also make sure that "Cross Color Reduction Filter" is off.

Then you need to turn off the "Deep Color" option on the receiver itself. That is done by holding down the "Game" input button on the front panel and then pressing the Standby button twice (or until the front display says "Deep Color: Off."

IMPORTANT: You should do this before you hook up the receiver, or make sure you have a second TV to plug the PS3 into to make these adjustments, because you won't be able to see what you're doing if the PS3 is already hooked up to your TV through the receiver.

This fixed my problem. It may not be a problem if the TV has Deep Color capability. I don't know what Deep Color is and what I'm losing by having it off. I don't know if the receiver should be able to handle Deep Color. Those are questions for Onkyo. But for now, my PS3 is working. Because the PS3 is so common, I wanted to better publicize this problem and its solution.

2) I have some significant "humm" noise on the phono input.
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79 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 20, 2014
I was in the market for a replacement receiver for my aging HK AVR255 and the TX-NR626 seemed to fit the bill perfectly - loads of HDMI inputs, bluetooth, usb, wifi - ah yes, wifi. We'll come to that later. And the complete lack of Airplay was a welcome change. Let the Apple fanboys and fangirls fund their own airplay add on. There's no reason why I should have to pay for it if I don't use it.

So all things considered, I went ahead and bought the 626. Getting it set up and running was a breeze. Take my advice - don't use the setup wizard or auto calibration. Just fire the bass and treble up to full, set your speaker distances, crossovers and volume and thats it. Next, assign your inputs - again, no big problem there, Rename them if that is your thing. Then set your network connection up. Which is where things begin to unravel. If, like me, you only have 4 ethernet connections on your home router, you're going to be relying on a wireless connection for your 626. Setting this up at first is as simple as pie. Once you've connected you can then enjoy the internet radio services or playing music from your own collection. Just don't expect it to work the next time you want to use it.

You see, Onkyo has made a real hash of the wifi setup on this amp. When your amp loses connection to your wireless router you have to start from scratch to get it working again. Not from network settings scratch. From entire amp factory settings scratch. You'll lose all your settings and, because Onkyo in its infinite wisdom, hasn't included a backup option for your settings, you have to programme them again from scratch again as well.
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