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Onkyo or Integra receiver?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Adams3177w, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Adams3177w

    Adams3177w Auditioning

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    I have recently narrowed down my selection for a receiver, I've been looking at the Integra 80.2 and the Onkyo TX-NR 5008 I know these receivers have similar qualities. I get a 10 percent disscount if I ordered it from a well known electronics retailer. Which one should I go with?
     
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    Whichever one you're comfortable with. Integra is Onkyo's higher end stuff, so basically, you're getting Onkyo either way you go. I like Onkyo a lot. You can see in my signature that I use Onkyo too. You should be very happy with either.

    Good luck!
     
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    I've had great experience with Onkyo's Integra brand over the years. I still use an old DTR-7 in my main home theater room.
     
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    They are basically the same receiver. The features are almost identical. The warranty on the integra is 3 years and on the onkyo is 2. I would look at the price and the slight difference in the feature set. I ended up with the nr 5008
     
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    I got the receiver set up very customizable clean sound through my speakers it is a keeper!
     

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