Onkyo TX-SR313 5.1- Channel Home Theater A/V Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 4 HDMI Inputs and 1 output with support for 3D and Audio Return Channel
- WRAT Amplifier Technology
- Direct Digital Connection of iPod®/iPhone® via Front USB Port
- Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
- Easy Settings Change with Overlayed On Screen Display via HDMI
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|Item Dimensions||12.5 x 17.12 x 5.9 in||18 x 20 x 27 in||20.25 x 33.5 x 23 in||17.5 x 21 x 16.25 in|
|Speaker Type||Surround||Wireless, Surround||Speaker Systems||In-Wall; Surround|
Affordable Home Theater Just Got Even Better- With the addition of Onkyo’s acclaimed WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology) to its entry-level A/V receivers, home theater fans on a budget can now enjoy greater fidelity than ever before. This 5.1-channel AVR packs an array of features into a compact and stylish abinet—all designed to perfect audio performance and seamlessly integrate your A/V components into one intelligent and powerful system. Four HDMI® inputs and one output provide connectivity for your 3D TV, gaming consoles, and BD player, while a USB port offers a clean digital link to your iPod®/iPhone® or flash memory drive. An HDMI-linked interactive on-screen display makes set-up and mid-program adjustment easy. Naturally, the AVR decodes a range of high-definition codecs such as Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio™. But it’s the sound that really sets Onkyo apart, and you can rest assured that with the TX-SR313, you’re getting the precision build, power, and fidelity that you might expect from a more expensive component.
Top customer reviews
Once installed and powered up, it sounded superb. I was very impressed with the newfound clarity in my BD movies and sound tracks. The rear surrounds, It's always an audio awakening to hear things you hadn't heard before. To me, that is a great indicator of audio quality and performance and I have yet to be disappointed with Onkyo receivers. A couple of nits, there are no bannana plug connectors for the speakers, so be prepared to have some fun with preparing speaker wires for connecting to the unit. Also, this receiver provides 65 watts per channel of power, which is ample for me, but may be insufficient for larger media rooms. Overall, a great price for a high-quality 5.1 HT receiver.
Easy hookup. I'm using quality cables (very important; to me anyway) I have this in my man cave
(which is the size of a bedroom) with a 5.1 Surround Sound setup with subwoofer. This puppy really delivers. For a budget receiver this is a no brainier. Lots of different choices. This really makes a huge difference with my 32" LCD TV.
I have everything hooked up to it. Cable box, streaming Blu-Ray player, and an Onkyo 6 disc DVD player.
I've had this for about 5 months and I still get a kick out of all the things it will do. In my opinion this
receiver is not for a large room. The remote is great. Perfect size. Not cheaply made like some are. All kinds of choices.
To sum things up I am completely satisfied. If you're looking for a great Surround Sound receiver for a bedroom, den, etc. this one is it. You won't be disappointed. A+.
Update: this receiver just keeps sounding and getting better & better.
For my Man Cave setup - along with my Monoprice low cost cube speakers
this is STILL the hot setup as far as I'm concerned. With my 32" flat screen TV
and my blu-ray player this is the best 'bang for the buck' out there. I just love it!
I can answer most any comment thrown my way. Get this. You won't be disappointed!
So while the sound quality is excellent, the HDMI switching does not work very effectively, and searching for this problem suggests its common place, if not given across the board. Since this was a major selling point to me, I think it may be a deal breaker for some buyers. Older DVD players and older HDMI devices seem to work effectively, but newer technology does not.
Follow-up review on 5/23/14:
Due to life getting busy and the return process being a real hassle, I put off sending the unit in for repair and just let it collect dust for a good month and a half. When I finally got everything ready to send the unit in for repair, I figured I would power it on one last time to see if anything different happened - and would you believe it... the unit was working again!
I don't know what the deal is with this unit. All the HDMI ports were clearly dead when I wrote my initial review. I'm still using all of the same HDMI cables, and the unit is working again as if there was no issue. Did Onkyo read my review and send some kind of ninja electrical signal to miraculously fix the unit while it was collecting dust in my living room? I don't know. I don't have any confidence in this unit, but I have to revise the rating to 3 stars simply because it's back in working order.