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This receiver supercedes the 2007's popular Onkyo TX-SR875.

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Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Dynamic EQ, and Auto Setup

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Output Any Video Signal in 1080P (via HDMI output)

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Silicon Optix Reon HQV-50 Video Scaler

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High Current Power

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Burr-Brown DAC (digital to analog converters)

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Newest HD Audio and Video Processing

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2 HDMI Outputs

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THX Ultra 2 PLUS Certified

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Bridgeable and bi-ampable front speakers

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ISF Video Calibration for individual inputs

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7.1 pre-outs

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HQV Reon VX chip

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Only 4 HDMI Inputs

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No USB ports

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power consumption in standby is 86W (HDMI Control ON)

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The Onkyo TX-SR876 is a 7.1 channel A/V receiver with THX Ultra2 Plus certification expected to be released September 9, 2008 for a retail price of $1799.99. This receiver supercedes the 2007's popular Onkyo TX-SR875. 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 features 140 Watts / channel of power in 8 Ohms at 0.05% THD. Notably, the TX-SR876 adds Audyssey's Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume audio processing to achieve fuller sound at lower listening levels while keeping listening levels steady (for loud TV commercials for example). This processing was not present in the previous generation TX-SR875.  It also adds the HD Radio that was available only on the top-line TX-SR905 from last year.

  • 7.1 channel a/v receiver with THX Ultra2 Plus certification
  • 140 Watts / channel into 8 Ohms @ 0.05% THD
  • 4 x HDMI 1.3a inputs with audio processing
  • decodes high-definition audio (dts HD-MA, Dolby TrueHD)
  • Audyssey Dynamic Volume
  • Audyssey Dynamic EQ
  • 1080p video uscaling using Silicon Optix HQV Reon-VX
  • 7.1 analog pre-outs
  • bridgeable or bimampable fronts speakers by reassigning rear-surrounds to front
  • 3 zone/3 source output (no video to 3rd zone)
  • price: $1799
  • release: September 2008
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04/05/2010 12:32

I Just came across this link... I thought it was worth mentioning to anyone who likes to use the HDMI Control function in standby mode.

If your energy conscious... this NOT the receiver for you.

08/24/2008 01:26

Well, the 4400ES is essentially the same thing as the 5300ES. Hopefully, the issues will be taken care of. But, I think I'm moving on. The Onkyo does have less HDMI inputs, has great THX features, ISF Video calibration for individual inputs, more power, and better video upscaling with the HQV Reon. I think it's a better deal.

08/22/2008 11:26

It looks like this is ~$100 more than the Sony 4400ES. Is the Onkyo a better deal at this price?

08/14/2008 11:34

I plan to purchase one of these within the next month. I'm waiting on my check from Sony, on a buyback of the STR-DA5300ES. We couldn't seem to get all the kinks worked out, but kudos to Sony's customer support.

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