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  1. Onkyo TX-SR308 review

    Onkyo TX-SR308 review

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    Onkyo's budget amplifier is pared down on features, but still a crowd-pleaser

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    Onkyo TX-NR5008 review

    Onkyo TX-NR5008 review

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    When Europe's biggest AVR brand unveils a new flagship, it's time to take your head out of the popcorn bucket and pay attention. Not only has it outsold pretty much every other brand in the UK (and Germany) since 2009, but the Japanese marque has also consistently been first to market new AV receiver technology.

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    Onkyo TX-SR608 review

    Onkyo TX-SR608 review

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    Onkyo is first past the post with a 3D-capable AV receiver for the masses. Budget rivals beware

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    Onkyo TX-NR5007 review

    Onkyo TX-NR5007 review

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    We wonder if there's anything Onkyo's TX-NR5007 AV receiver can't do

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    Onkyo TX-NR3007 review

    Onkyo TX-NR3007 review

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    Is there anything this feature-packed 9.2-channel HD receiver from Onkyo can't do?

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    Onkyo TX-NR807 review

    Onkyo TX-NR807 review

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    The TX-NR807 is a feature-packed AVR sure to find a devoted following

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    ONKYO TX-SR606 review

    ONKYO TX-SR606 review

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    The world’s hottest AV receiver has had a facelift. After breathing new life into the moribund AVR market with the TX-SR605 last year, Onkyo has returned with a sequel product, the £400 TX-SR606. A cursory glance would indicate that there’s little real difference between the two models, so what’s new?

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    Onkyo TX-NR905 review

    Onkyo TX-NR905 review

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    Onkyo’s last AV receiver range was an aggressively-priced tour de force that finally secured the brand’s status as an A-list AVR supplier. With an early implementation of next-gen audio codes, audiophile performance and hardcore cinephile focus, Onkyo muscled past more familiar names in the AVR world to become the hottest brand on the high-street.

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    Onkyo TX-SR505E review

    Onkyo TX-SR505E review

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    The new Onkyo TX-SR505E AV receiver is a remarkably flexible home cinema model for the money. Its looks are eye-catching for all the wrong reasons, but the cheap and rather plasticky styling is the only sacrifice to keep pricing low

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    Onkyo TX-SR604E review

    Onkyo TX-SR604E review

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    I often get an attack of deja-vu on the sofa, usually the result of too many days spent in a darkened room with nothing but cinema snacks for company. But I've definitely seen this Onkyo before...

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    Onkyo TX-SR875 review

    Onkyo TX-SR875 review

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    Hands up how many of you bought an HD Ready TV long before there were any meaningful HD sources? Yah, me too - it's all about wanting the best and future-proofing your home cinema system

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    Onkyo TX-SR605 review

    Onkyo TX-SR605 review

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    There are many things in the world that are impossible. Dividing by zero, bumblebees flying and the advertised price of sofas during the Bank Holiday sales are the usual examples. You can now add Onkyo's TX-SR605 to the list.

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    Onkyo TX-SR805 review

    Onkyo TX-SR805 review

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    Onkyo is on a roll. I first realized this some time ago when visiting their HQ in Japan, and discovered for myself the scale, breadth and imagination of the company.

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    Onkyo TX-NR5000E review

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    Onkyo has long been a major supporter of high-end home cinema, but for some reason hasn't really made it to the top of the barrel; but that hasn't stopped it developing a very complete and in some cases genuinely distinctive range ...

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    Onkyo TX-SR674E review

    Onkyo TX-SR674E review

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    Sacrifices may have been made with the Onkyo's slightly bulkier design, primitive menus and a tacky, blue backlit volume knob, but it offers 90W to each of its seven amplifier channels and an astonishingly high degree of flexibility at the price.

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