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Onkyo TX-8140 2 Channel Network Stereo Receiver
- 80 W/Ch (8 ohms, 20 Hz−20 kHz, 0.1% THD, 2 channels Driven, FTC) with Hi-Current amp design;
- Built-in Bluetooth & Wi-Fi, with built-in Pandora, Spotify, Sirius XM, tune in, Slacker;
- Faceplate preset buttons store four FM/AM and internet radio stations- just push one to power up the receiver and Start listening right away;
- 384 kHz/32-bit Hi-Grade DAC for realistic and clean Audio;
- Engineered for Hi-Res Audio playback; plays compressed, lossless, and Hi-Res Audio via local network (MP3, WMA, WMA lossless, FLAC, WAV, ogg Vorbis, AAC, Apple lossless, DSD 5.6 MHz, and LPCM).
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Network Stereo Receiver
Realistic and Clean Audio
High current enables masterful control of the speakers for extremely accurate and dynamic sound. It's the cornerstone of our Wide Range Amplification Technology system, and it creates an uncommonly well-focused and realistic audio image.
The TX-8140 delivers superb stereo power at 80 W/Ch (8 Ohms, 20 Hz−20 kHz, 0.1%, 2 Channels Driven, FTC) 110 W/Ch (6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.1%, 1 Channel Driven, FTC).
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with Pandora and Spotify
The TX-8140 has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies built in. The free Onkyo Remote app puts a range of streaming options at your fingertips, from universal hi-res audio via network-attached devices to internet streaming services to music on your smartphone and tablet. Or pair up and enjoy whatever's playing on your Bluetooth-compatible device for huge cinematic sound.
It also comes loaded with Spotify, Pandora, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Slacker and TuneIn. You can select a station and search for music available on these services via the Onkyo Remote app on your phone. You'll never be short of your favorite music to enjoy.
Great Sound From Any Audio Format
An Asahi Kasei AK4452 digital-to-analog converter unlocks the full potential of any audio format with its unique low-distortion sound-enhancing filtering technologies.
Quick Access Presets
Get instant access to four of your favorite internet or FM/AM radio stations at the touch of a button. Four preset buttons on the faceplate go straight to the stations.
You can even wake up the receiver from standby mode by pressing one of these buttons for instant radio.
FM/AM tuner will also save 40 presets.
Hi-Res Clarity and Detail
The TX-8140 is engineered for universal Hi-Res compatibility and ease of use. Use the remote app to select your 192/24 or 5.6 MHz DSD files on PC or NAS and bask in the clarity and detail of high-resolution music.
Rediscover the Magic of Vinyl
Hi-current amplification brings out the best in your vinyl records. Just connect your turntable to the phono input. The TX-8140 will faithfully reproduce vinyl's authentic stereo sound.
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|Item Dimensions||22.5 x 16.5 x 10.33 in||13.38 x 17.18 x 5.5 in||12.62 x 17.12 x 5.5 in||15.44 x 17.18 x 6 in||16.9 x 10.9 x 5.2 in||12.6 x 17.1 x 5.8 in|
|Item Weight||18.5 lbs||15.9 lbs||14.8 lbs||24.3 lbs||14 lbs||15 lbs|
|Output Wattage||80 watts||125 watts||100 watts||145 watts||270 watts||85 watts|
|Additional Features||0||0||—||—||2 Channel, 5 analog audio inputs, AM/FM tuner, Auto standby||—|
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Delivering 80 W/Ch of high-current power from a fully discrete low-impedance amplification system, the TX-8140 plays all your audio sources with pure dynamic energy. Connectivity is outstanding: you can route TV sound via coaxial/optical inputs; stream music from mobile or PC over Wi-Fi (with built-in support for Spotify Connect and Pandora); play MP3s from flash drive via USB, or pair and stream audio from almost any application using Bluetooth technology. Faceplate preset buttons store four FM/AM and internet radio stations- just push one to power up the receiver and start listening right away. There is a phono equalizer input for turntable playback, and six analog audio inputs for CD players and cassette decks. With rigid oval floor-chassis and custom high-spec audio parts used throughout, along with input, balance, tone, and volume controls, the TX-8140 looks and feels every bit as good as it sounds.
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The receiver powers a 40-year-old pair of Koss CM-1030 speakers. Its 80 watts per channel is sufficient to provide clean and detailed sound. The tuner section has greater sensitivity than my old receiver, finding FM stations that my old unit could not. I suppose there will be a market for two-channel sound for a while longer. But as with CDs, that market is shrinking. While I could have spent much more, I'm glad I revamped my stereo system with a unit of this quality at a bargain price.
I needed turntable input.
I needed sub woofer out.
I needed at least 1 optical input.
I love the network option, listing to tune in radio and it sound really good, better than I expected.
I wish I knew about the app instead of pulling my hair out using the remote to input all the user names and passwords.
I hooked up to a pair ok Klipsch speakers and I love the sound.
I tried using the wifi and ethernet hookups and got both to work, although it still fails the network check it works fine.
I tried calling tech support about it and the guy was clueless in why it fails the network check.
So over all I am happy with it, it sounds great and I love the standby mode. Almost instant on. No waiting.
The user manual is a little sparse, it could go into detail a little bit more.
So whats missing?
There is no way I can adjust the sub out. That would be nice, not a deal killer.
I guess for the money it's a good deal.