Onkyo TX-SR674E AV-Receiver £398.98. - HotUKDeals
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Onkyo TX-SR674E AV-Receiver £398.98.

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9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
Features/Specifications
Power: 150w per channel
Colour: Black, Silver
Audio Inputs: 4 x Optical,2 x Digital Co-ax, 7 x Stereo(RCA), 1 x 7.1 Channel for new HD sound formats
Video Inputs: 2 x HDMI, 3 x Component, 5 x S-Video, 5 x Composite
Video Up-Conversion: Yes (HDMI)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 435x174x377mm
Weight: 11.4kg
Warranty: Now with 3 years

Includes FREE Cable Kit:
FREE 1 x 2m, 3m or 5m Subwoofer Cable
FREE 25m of 133 strand Speaker Cable
FREE 1 x 2m, 3m or 5m HDMI Cable

"Overall the TX-SR674e comes out on top of its very affordable class for both music & movies. Terrific value."
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#1
Have you ever bought from this company overlord?
#2
I don't know whether this is a good deal for this piece of equipment, but I have bought from AV-sales - they're a really good company. I bought my plasma from them a couple of years ago, and their sales/aftersales was really impressive. They're generally well thought of in most AV forums.
#3
emmajk42
Have you ever bought from this company overlord?



I haven't myself but like Martin said they have quite good rep in AVForums.

My 1st CD Player was an Onkyo. The tray on that thing would put most to shame even now! Not to mention the superb sound quality.

Hugely underestimated AV manufacturer in my opinion! :thumbsup:
#4
Are you sure it has enough connections;-)
http://images.cinenow.com/a/1/572.jpg
#5
If this integrates the HDMI sound (and as such requires the pricey HDCP chipsets to decrypt the audio and to decode DTS HD on a good DAC) then this is worth it if part of a £2000+ total home cinema setup.
#6
Can confirm that av-sales are well respected over at AVForums.

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