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Hi Eric yes it does picture is awesome
By Rickey J. on March 20, 2014
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you can only use zone 2 to play music.
By Dave E. Carrion Sr. on March 8, 2014
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In my experience, there is no 'Best' speaker. It depends on the qualities of your hearing, the room acoustics, the kinds of media being listened to, etc. Find a dealer that lets you try out speakers not only in the showroom, but in your home, and listen to a variety of media, CDs of various types, TVs, Blu Ray.
By John J. on December 12, 2012
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All US models operate on 120v- you'd need to purchase a compatible receiver model from the ONKYO International website- as their models do operate on 220-240v. Any unauthorized modification of he receiver's power supply will directly void the manufacturer's warranty. Although it is not recommended by Onkyo to do so fo… see more All US models operate on 120v- you'd need to purchase a compatible receiver model from the ONKYO International website- as their models do operate on 220-240v. Any unauthorized modification of he receiver's power supply will directly void the manufacturer's warranty. Although it is not recommended by Onkyo to do so for performance standards; using a voltage converter to provide power to the receiver is an option- but can cause potential and permanent damage of the internal components of the receiver. see less
By Onkyo USA Corp on December 16, 2013
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Knock on wood, but mine still works great.
By sofizzle9976 on May 28, 2014
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call onkyo...there is a fix for this.. they will do it free of charge.
By Stereo_Man on February 18, 2015
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I have been an Onkyo owner for quite some time. On the TX-NR818, I have had no issues whatsoever. I have re-done my setup a few times for improvements without any glitches. This receiver is an outstanding piece of A/V. I performed the firmware update that was pushed from Onkyo with no issues. Again, great experience...
By MeMineMyself on September 11, 2013
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$20.00 buys a great German line level phono preamp that is superb. The Microphono PP400 (BEHRINGER) is dead quiet and has superb detail and texture. The output is a little lower than an integrated phono input, so be sure your amp is quiet when turned up 20 % more than other inputs. I give it 4.5 stars. For under $20.00!
By Barry J. Miller on December 24, 2012
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Erratic behavior of this receiver is well known.
Unfortunately, the unit may have one of the the known issues with the units produced in the "problem" production run. There is a factory recall program of this receiver from Onkyo. Check the following URL for your unit being covered: http://www.onkyousa.com/Support/ser… see more
Erratic behavior of this receiver is well known.
Unfortunately, the unit may have one of the the known issues with the units produced in the "problem" production run. There is a factory recall program of this receiver from Onkyo. Check the following URL for your unit being covered: http://www.onkyousa.com/Support/service_info.php#
My unit had several of these issues including intermittent powering off, no sound, frozen/locked, firmware update failure, the list goes on. Bottom line, check the website with your unit serial number and if covered, Onkyo will send you a postage paid box with packing instructions for your unit.
If not covered, some troubleshooting suggestions are in the rear of the user manual (if you haven't tried swapping the TV back) . Most likely the unit will require some sort of repair. see less

By M. Ercolino on April 20, 2015