They are very reliable sources. I have yet to meet anyone that entertains themselves with a 1khz sine wave played through their audio gear. Because I open them and I talk to pros about them. They are similar, though not the same. This comes from one of my dealers in San Francisco. There are 11 of them! And the 875 does not have an equivalent Integra model.
Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk Power specs are less meaningful than manufacturers would make you believe. I have two Yamaha's - the one in my 2 channel in the bedroom is a very good - and reliable - V773. The Integra also produced adequate current to drive all manner of speakers to reference levels at an average seating distance of about 11 ft. What I'm putting the empasis on, is you'd be better off with the Onkyos for a much greater savings overall. This system filled my large room to reference levels without complaint except for really extreme material that stressed the sub well before stressing the receiver. Bill Bill when we were dealers for Integra the product brochures told that they in fact used higher tolerance resistors and caps I did not save any and we have not been a dealer in 3 years after we had to service way to many it was not worth the trouble which is a shame because they did at one time offer the best bang for the buck.
That might explain what oztech said about the place afraid to lose distribution for going below msrp. The important question is whether or not that translates into any additional performance in normal usage. During the sparse scenes, the background orchestral music involved a lot of minor chords. Contact us and we will address any issues you may have using premium Onkyo products. Likewise, the Faroudja chip is motion-adaptive and really excelled when processing video signals. I have not had the top off of one lately so they may be identical now the earlier tell tell was the gold ban on the resistors versus silver.
Someone on avs a while back told me that Integra is Onkyos top of the line receiver. It is all speculation until someone has actual inside information on what the issue really is. I guess your deal will be based on how eager the salesman is to shed a receiver in order to keep stock and his store on top in sales. I do believe there is a Firmware update for the Yamaha, but it doesn't say it's anything to do with improving audio dropouts. Bill Originally Posted by Bill Mac oztech, I stand corrected then. You almost have to wonder if the units are being recalled due to counterfeit parts. Jim is also part owner of a small chain of craft beer growler stations in South Texas.
I am not saying you are wrong, just that you need to prove you are right. Would you consider them better or about the same as Yamaha or possibly not as good? I am not saying that Onkyo has these kinds of troubles along with Integra, but where I work the items that we use are for aviation equipment. There is usually not much in the way of discounts from these dealers. You almost have to wonder if the units are being recalled due to counterfeit parts. That tells me that the Seamless Branching bug isn't the problem: it was fixed in all new player designs a few years ago. And two years warranty, good enough for me.
This is how we define ourselves — passion and excellence. This receiver can tend towards brightness with certain material. . This button was easy to find in the dark. The Onkyos and Integras have similar models at least on paper specifications. Integra does come with a longer warranty than Onkyo. There are no line level outputs for the front effects channels.
Yeah it was just curiousity I guess because they aren't discussed much. Is there more to the Integras than what is mentioned in the specifications? But here, I felt obliged to correct some misinformation that were provided to you. Jim's audio journey started early because he loved great music of all kinds. Thanks for posting the differences that you found, very interesting. Also, the older remote had larger buttons and the print on them was much easier to read. If they are maybe the part s that are failing is due to a bad order at that specific plant. So the newer remote fit in my hand more comfortably.
I had up to 7 satellites in action at any given time. Depending on the source material, the additional effects channels tended to make the front soundstage too diffuse at times. One of them is reliability. Went on to say that my audio drop outs are because my avr isn't 4K and doesnt support Atmos. They used the exact same transformers and power supplies, the exact same Dacs, and the extended warranty for one more year is the dealer profit. I have never heard one before. Now a high-value product can have tons of flexibility and features without sacrificing sound quality to any appreciable extent.