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Onkyo TX-SR876 7.1 Channel Home Theater Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 140 W/Ch Minimum into 8 Ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.08%, 2 Channels Driven, FTC
  • Burr Brown 192 kHz/24-Bit Audio DACs (PCM1796) for All Channels
  • HQV Reon-VX Video Processing with 1080p Upscaling of All Video Sources via HDMI
  • HD Radio Reception Capability
  • Powered Zone 2 (Audio and Video); Zone 2 and Zone 3 Pre-Outs
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Connectivity Technology Ethernet HDMI Ethernet Ethernet
Color black Black Black Black
Special Features Continuous 6 ohms rated Networking with airplay THX Certified Multi zone HDMI output
Warranty Description 2 years warranty 3 years warranty on parts and labor 2 years warranty Information not Provided
Product Site Launch Date Sat Aug 16 00:00:01 UTC 2008 Wed Jun 05 00:00:01 UTC 2013 Tue Mar 05 16:00:00 UTC 2013 Sun Jul 01 21:00:01 UTC 2012
Item Weight 53.1 pounds 27.56 pounds 24.7 pounds 28.7 pounds
Dimensions 7.63 inches x 18.06 inches x 17.13 inches 7.4 inches x 16 inches x 17.3 inches 6.88 inches x 14.94 inches x 17.13 inches 7.4 inches x 17.3 inches x 16 inches
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Product Specifications

Color: black
Brand NameOnkyo
Output Wattage140 watts
Color Nameblack
Special FeaturesContinuous 6 ohms rated, Bi-amp capability for front, All discrete circuitry, Thx processing mode, Independent block construction (amp/preprocessor)

Technical Details

Color: black
  • Continuous 6 ohms rated
  • Bi-amp capability for front
  • All discrete circuitry
  • Thx processing mode
  • Independent block construction (amp/preprocessor)

Product Details

Color: black
  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 17.1 x 7.6 inches ; 53.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 63 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001AMSPDG
  • Item model number: TX-SR876B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,485 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2008

Product Description

Color: black

Product Description

pBased on a winning design for high-definition home theater reproduction, the TX-SR876 is a comprehensive A/V processing hub with a deep reservoir of amplification power to draw on. Reveling in its new THX Ultra2 Plus certification, the TX-SR876 shows its class with a broad range of capabilities, phenomenal performance, and noticeable finesse. With its advanced HQV Reon-VX video processing - which enables upscaling to high-def 1080p - and supreme high-definition surround sound decoding, this receiver belongs in elite company. Its also one of the first receivers anywhere to employ ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) video calibration. From whatever movie, music, broadcast, or gaming source you choose, the TX-SR876 will impress time and time again./p

From the Manufacturer

Onkyo's TX-SR876B A/V Home Network Receiver: Already Impressive High-Def Legacy with HQV Video Processing and ISF Video Calibration

Based on a winning design for high-definition home theater reproduction, the TX-SR876 is a comprehensive A/V processing "hub" with a deep reservoir of amplification power to draw on. Reveling in its new THX Ultra2 Plus certification, the TX-SR876 shows its class with a broad range of capabilities, phenomenal performance, and noticeable finesse. With its advanced HQV Reon-VX video processing--and supreme high-definition surround sound decoding, this receiver belongs in elite company. This receiver features 4 x HDMI 1.3a inputs, high-definition audio decoding of DTS HD-MA and Dolby TrueHD, and video upscaling to 1080p, using it's built-in Silicon Optix HQV Reon-VX chipset. It's also one of the first receivers anywhere to employ ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) video calibration. From whatever movie, music, broadcast, or gaming source you choose, the TX-SR876 will impress time and time again.

Superior Audio Sound


The TX-SR876 has 9 audio inputs and 2 audio outputs
Each of the seven equal power amplifier channels features 140 watts of output, able to drive the widest variety of home theater speaker systems. The TX-SR876 also features Audyssey MultEQ in-room multi-point analysis that measures the in-room response at up to six different listening positions, and then fine-tunes the response for the smoothest, most natural-sounding tonal balance. And, the TX-SR876 is among the first to include Audyssey's remarkable new Dynamic Volume processing, which eliminates jarring volume shifts between TV shows and commercials, as well as Audyssey Dynamic EQ to ensure rich bass and smooth tonal balance, even at low volume levels.

With an overall frequency response of 5 Hz to 100 kHz and Burr-Brown 192 kHz/24-Bit audio DACs (PCM1796) for all channels, you will be able to feel the sound as well as hear it. The TX-SR876 comes with three TI 32-Bit DSP chips for advanced processing, bi-amping and BTL capability for enhanced music and movie sound effects. It also comes with Audyssey MultEQ XT to correct room acoustic problems and to calibrate speakers. Audyssey Dynamic EQ is included for loudness correction. Audyssey Dynamic Volume makes for optimal listening level and dynamic range VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) for all channels.

Multi-Room Capable

The TX-SR876 comes with powered zone 2 (audio and video), zone 2 and zone 3 pre-outs, independent control for volume, balance (zone 2 and zone 3) and bass/treble (zone 2 only). There is no loss of control or quality in the second and third zone.


Technical Specifications

  • # of channels: 7
  • Power (8ohms 20-20kHz 0.05%)/Ch: 140 watts
  • THX certified: Ultra2 Plus
  • Amplifier frequency response: 5Hz-100kHz
  • BTL capability for front: 210W
  • DOLBY Decoder: DD Plus, TrueHD
  • DTS Decoder: DTS-HD Master Audio
  • VLSC: All channels
  • Multi-Band Speaker EQ: 7 Band
  • Audio I/O: 9/2
  • Phono Input: Yes
  • Digital Audio IN (OPT/COAX): 3/3
  • Digital Audio OUT (OPT/COAX): 1/0
  • Composite I/O: 6/1
  • S-Video I/O: 6/1
  • Front-Panel A/V: L/R/V/S/O
  • Front-Panel Optical: No
  • Component Video / Bandwidth: 3/2/100MHz
  • HDMI I/O: 4/2
  • HDMI Version: V1.3 Repeater
  • iPod Ready: DS-A2x
  • Built-in HD Radio Tuner: Z
  • XM Radio Ready: Yes
  • SIRIUS Radio Ready: Yes
  • Auto Speaker Calibration W/Mic: Audyssey MultEQ XT


Choosing an Onkyo A/V Receiver for Your Home

Onkyo offers a number of quality A/V receiver systems that are just right for your home. Which A/V receiver system you choose depends on how much you are willing to spend and which features you prioritize in a home theater environment. Here is a quick breakdown of these A/V receiver systems.
  • The TX-NR906B: In classic black, the Onkyo TX-NR906 7.1 channel home theater receiver delivers power and quality. With HQV Reon-VX video processing, dual high-def HDMI outputs, Audyssey room correction technologies, and multi-room audio and video distribution, the TX-NR906 leaves no base uncovered. Built around an isolated power block and pre-processing unit, this network receiver reveals the full potential of virtually any media. This includes any Internet or computer-based sources accessed via its network apparatus, which incorporates a vTuner interface and Certified for Windows Vista status. The network capability of the TX-NR906 gives you access to Internet radio and digital music files.
  • The TX-NR906S: In a beautiful silver, the Onkyo TX-NR906 7.1 channel home theater receiver delivers power and quality. With HQV Reon-VX video processing, dual high-def HDMI outputs, Audyssey room correction technologies, and multi-room audio and video distribution, the TX-NR906 leaves no base uncovered. Built around an isolated power block and pre-processing unit, this network receiver reveals the full potential of virtually any media. This includes any Internet or computer-based sources accessed via its network apparatus, which incorporates a vTuner interface and Certified for Windows Vista status. The network capability of the TX-NR906 gives you access to Internet radio and digital music files.
  • The TX-SR876B: In classic black and based on a winning design for high-definition home theater reproduction, the TX-SR876 7.1 channel home theater receiver is a comprehensive A/V processing hub with a deep reservoir of amplification power to draw on. Reveling in its new THX Ultra2 Plus certification, the TX-SR876 shows its class with a broad range of capabilities, phenomenal performance, and noticeable finesse. With its advanced HQV Reon-VX video processing and supreme high-definition surround sound decoding, this receiver belongs in elite company. It's also one of the first receivers anywhere to employ ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) video calibration. From whatever movie, music, broadcast, or gaming source you choose, the TX-SR876 will impress time and time again.
  • The TX-SR876S: In a beautiful silver and based on a winning design for high-definition home theater reproduction, the TX-SR876 7.1 channel home theater receiver is a comprehensive A/V processing hub with a deep reservoir of amplification power to draw on. Reveling in its new THX Ultra2 Plus certification, the TX-SR876 shows its class with a broad range of capabilities, phenomenal performance, and noticeable finesse. With its advanced HQV Reon-VX video processing and supreme high-definition surround sound decoding, this receiver belongs in elite company. It's also one of the first receivers anywhere to employ ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) video calibration. From whatever movie, music, broadcast, or gaming source you choose, the TX-SR876 will impress time and time again.
  • The TX-8555B: Forget about over-hyped processing technologies. If your receiver lacks the fundamental amplifier design from the power supply through to the output stage, everything else is superfluous. The TX-8555 stereo receiver is built with this in mind. Incorporating Onkyo's proprietary Wide Range Amplifier Design (WRAT) with an isolated power transformer and discrete output stage, the TX-8555 is focused on maintaining the purity of music, radio and video sources.
  • The TX-8255B: While new technologies come and go, the fundamentals of competent receiver design remain constant. You can never underestimate the importance of the power supply, and all other audio processing functions cannot rule over good solid amplification. This is the direction Onkyo has taken with the TX-8255 stereo receiver. Built for those people who value the benefits of time-proven amplification design, the TX-8255 takes core Onkyo technology--and an array of features you'll actually use--to bring you a no-nonsense stereo receiver that will deliver audio and radio signals with agreeable quality.

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Directv, PS3 and DVD recorder all were great.
    S. R. Laybourn
    If your looking for well put together great sounding better than most high end av receivers.
    Maccat49
    To my great pleasure, this receiver was a breeze to set up.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Paul P. Moraes on January 6, 2009
    Color Name: black
    I have had this receiver for several weeks now. I was a little leary about purchasing this unit as it was being used in a room that does "double-duty" of being a place where I listen to high-end analog and digital music along with occasional use of a home-theatre. The primary purpose is music reproduction and I was tempted to go with tube-style amps and other gear in support of my vinyl record collection. But since there are always compromises in this area (space, money, etc) I decided to take a chance with this Onkyo. All I can say is WOW. I run 5.1 channels with bi-amplification on the front speakers (my one concession to music versus video). The sound reproduction is excellent. I have done a lot of comparison shopping and looked at a lot of different systems and I would have had to spend over $4-5K on hybrid tube amps to get sound better than this.

    In terms of home theater, it is even better. It performs as advertised. Set-up was a breeze and the audessy is a pleasure to use and instantly "balanced" my room. For home theater use, it is incredible. Ground-shaking lows, booming sound when appropriate yet the most subtle sounds (such as dialogue at a low level) is outstanding. Some reviewers complain about it running hot. I have mine outside of any cabinet (top shelf of a component stand) and have run it for hours at 75-80% of max volume with no problems.

    My two complaints are: The remote as the buttons are a bit hard to read in dim light (even with the back-lighting) and it only has 3 digital optical inputs. Given I use seperate CD and DVD players, along with a Laser Disc and other digital sources, I had to use the alternate digital cable connects. Not a big deal, I just expected more digital optical inputs.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By audiovideophile on April 7, 2009
    Color Name: black
    I bought this unit (SR 876 B) having read horror stories of 806 and blue dot issues.
    Unit had burr and brown DACs like 805 which was the last bench mark.
    Unit arrived in great shape from amazon. Worked excellently for 46 days.
    Just past the 30day limit on almost any return policy period the center channel started making a periodic sound. It was mixed in with whatever was being played through the center channel. The sound was pink noise of duration 15-20seconds then repeating every other minute. It was loud enough not to be bearable.

    Called onkyo support. They were very unhelpful. They seemed to make it an owner/user error to an amp error. Like robots - they request the customer to reset the unit. Like that will help a bug in the analong section (most likely a failed capacitor).

    Unit ran very hot when used.

    Onkyo support requested me to call amazon and arrange for a return. Amazon support was very helpful - however was not able to arrange for an replacement. Waiting to see if I can complete a return.

    Now the price of the unit has shot up. No choice but too look for another brand.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Parker on December 27, 2008
    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    Shipped from OneCall, packaged nicely. Built very solidly, as all Onkyo AVR's have been that I've purchased. Overall, very happy with the quality. Be aware that in order to use the Powered Zone 2, you must have analog input for the device(s) you wish to listen to. (For example, I want to listen to my AppleTV which has my iTunes library on it outside by the pool. Even though I connected it to the Onkyo 876 via HDMI for the best quality picture and sound in the main living room, I still had to connect the two with standard RCA audio cables as well in order to listen in Zone 2. Not a big deal, but not necessarily intuitive given the huge capabilities of this unit. Don't let it discourage you.)
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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Robert R. Buschbom on January 10, 2009
    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    This receiver is far more complex than my old Onkyo purchased 15 years ago. The features are first rate, the audio is superb (very clean)and while the manual isn't that detailed it is better than some I have seen. The learning curve to dig through the onscreen menus and find the settings is steep but they are all in there. Read the manual carefully.
    The difference in audio quality coming from high def DVDs out of my Toshiba A30 and Panasonic BD 35 is astounding. Sound is everywhere now and well balanced. Unless you've heard it you can't explain how good it is.

    This big fellow does get warm (not cook an egg hot)though mine is out in the open. Take a look at the power supply and you'll understand why it generates so much heat.

    Setup was a breeze. The unit even comes with labels for your speaker cables. The Audessy setup was quick and easy, though I found it was only a good place to start. Had it for two weeks now and found it to be everything I hoped for.

    Current system is a Panasonic 50" plasma, Toshiba A30 HD DVD, Panasonic BD 35 Blue Ray, matched Infinity studio monitor speakers (new Aperions on the way).

    UPDATE:
    Have had this over a month now and confirmed that the 876 was by far the best choice for me. I demoed the Denon 3808, that has a slicker setup menu but far fewer useful features for a lot more money. This receiver I will have for a long time. I looked at the 906 at a local shop and couldn't justify the difference. Even though it's not supposed to be worthwhile now, the THX is a great feature also. In case you are stuck on what to do, you can't go wrong here.
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