Onkyo HT-R2295 7.1 Receiver DOTD $150

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  1. AJ_72

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    Sweet! I might have to check into that...
     
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    Man I am tempted to buy this to throw out in my shed for after it is finished this inside this year. (my big project for the year) Would be sweet to have the second channel so I can run speakers in the back shed as well for when I am back there.
     
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    That is a steal @ that price!!!

    I'm tempted but I already have two NAD recivers one in the front den & one in my bed room & I have a similar Onkyo in my great room.....But I'm tempted as my old technics in the basement could go in the garage & this one could be used in the den & the den one could go to basement....Yes I'm an audio file junkie....Hmmmmm ?? Very tempted....!!
     
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    I have an Onkyo receiver in my living room for my home theater, one in my shop, and a vintage Marantz receiver in my office. That Onkyo for $150.00 is a good value.

    Ever since I got into vintage gear, the new stuff just seems cheap to me as far as build quality. There is just something appealing about real brushed aluminum face plates, real glass dial covers, and all those buttons, knobs, and switches. :)

    This is my dream set up right here. I actually made an offer for this on ebay recently, but I just don't have enough disposable cash right now.
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    thanks for posting this up. I got a 55" tv for the family room for Christmas and was looking for a good system to go with it. I wasn't impressed with the "sound bars" they offer and good stuff is waayyy pricey. This will do nicely :)
     
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    Onkyo makes one of the best dollar value Home theatre systems you can buy. I have a 10 year old 7.1 system that was like $500 that still ROCKS.
     
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    Thanks...that was a smokin' deal that I would have been unlikely to search out.
     
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    I have an Onkyo on Ebay right now. :) Item # 181291772825 It would make an excellent shop/garage receiver. If one of you guys want it, send me a message and lemme know and Ill cut ya a heckuva deal!!
     
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    Onkyo makes a good product.130 watts my ass.Rated at 6 ohms and 1% THD.This is a 60 watt RMS ,which for 150 bucks is a good deal.
     

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