Onkyo TX-NR709

85
Global
Score
85

An all-around great product that's among the best in its category. You'll almost certainly be happy.

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The TX-NR709 is expensive but certainly won’t leave you feeling short-changed. Abundant connections will keep you futureproofed for ages, there’s a wealth of features on board and its performance with movies is first rate. There are more musical amps out there but on the whole you’d have to be pretty fussy not to be impressed by this marvellous receiver.
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Breakdown

Video quality
8.7
Other features
8.0
Inputs and outputs
8.0
Sound quality
8.7
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Specs

TX-NR709

Type
Audio/video receiver
Surround channels
7.2
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Specs

TX-NR709

Type
Audio/video receiver
Surround channels
7.2
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