Onkyo TX-NR818

92
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Score
The best in its category. We highly recommend it.
92

The best in its category. We highly recommend it.

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Another day, another top-drawer AV receiver from Onkyo. As we’ve come to expect, the TX-NR818 is absolutely stuffed with features, including futureproofed 4K upscaling, DLNA and internet music streaming, but it’s backed up by potent, polished (and THX-certified) performance.
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