|The TX-SR702 is the direct descendant of one of Onkyo's most well crafted receivers. And the legacy of outstanding sound performance bundled with a full range of digital format encoding and superior engineering has rightfully earned it the THX Select stamp of approval. Packing 100 watts per channel, more than enough to drive the most demanding of home theaters, the TX-SR702 now sports an extra channel - seven in all - to further enliven the complete entertainment experience. But how do you align such power with the unique dynamics of your home listening environment? You don't. Set up with microphone using theater room calibration automatically adjusts the parameters of the audio output with the confines of your room. With Powered Zone 2 for audio listening in other rooms, Pure Audio Mode and component upconversion with TBC, the TX-SR702 is your home theater's powerhouse.|
|Product Type||Home Theater Receivers|
|MPN||TX-SR702, TX-SR702B-R, TX-SR702S, TXSR702, TXSR702(S), TXSR702B, TXSR702S|
|Output Power||125 Watt|
|Amplifier Output Details||100 Watt - 8 Ohm - 20 - 20000 Hz - THD 0.08% - 7 channel(s) ( surround ), 115 Watt - 8 Ohm - 2 channel(s) ( main ), 170 Watt - 4 Ohm - 2 channel(s) ( main ), 230 Watt - 3 Ohm - 2 channel(s) ( main )|
|Sound Output Type||Surround Sound|
|Built-in Decoders||DTS 96/24, DTS Neo:6, DTS-ES Discrete 6.1, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, DTS-ES decoder, Dolby Digital Surround EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx|
|Receiver Tuner Type||Digital|
|Receiver Tuner Bands||AM/FM|
|Response Bandwidth||10 - 100000 Hz|
|Input Impedance||47 kOhm|
|Input Sensitivity||200 mV|
|Power Consumption Operational||700 Watt|
|Coaxial Digital Input||Yes|
|Coaxial Digital Output||Yes|
|Optical Digital Input||Yes|
|Optical Digital Output||Yes|
|Remote Control Type||Universal remote control|
|Included Accessories||AM antenna, FM antenna, optimizer microphone|
Average review score based on 1 user reviews
At this time it has everything I need. No HDMI, but not necessary yet. This is just an outstanding receiver. I do wish it had independent crossovers for the various channels. I don't use the built-in speaker setup program. Too complicated, and in a receiver this old it's not very sophisticated. Better to use ears and yardsticks. There's an expensive Integra receiver that looks almost identical to this one. I'll bet they're close to identical underneath.
So, it's powerful (a real 100wpc, not a Sony 100wpc, or an "I'll measure it this way, insert fudge factor X, and come up with" 100wpc), and sounds great through my Infinity IL60 speakers. But I've had to get used to a different sound than that from what it replaced: Sony STR-DB930. So much for "all well-made amplifiers sound alike". Oh, and I bought it because it was a local pickup (I don't buy shipped electronics anymore), it had all the features I was looking for (yes, I did my homework), and the price was just so right. It really looked almost brand new when I got it.
My nutshell review. I really like this receiver. It has most of what today's receivers offer but at about 1/4 the cost. If your video switching needs are only component and not HDMI find one. If you find one for $150, consider yourself blessed.