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Onkyo TXNR545 Dolby Atmos AV Amp £229.00! @ Peter Tyson

£229.00 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Great price for a Dolby Atmos enabled Amp... Also includes a free quality HDMI lead - nice one Mr Tyson! The 7.2-channel TX-NR545 Network A/V Receiver is the best-equipped receiver in its class,… Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Great price for a Dolby Atmos enabled Amp...

Also includes a free quality HDMI lead - nice one Mr Tyson!

The 7.2-channel TX-NR545 Network A/V Receiver is the best-equipped receiver in its class, delivering powerful audio. Built-in AirPlay, Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth streaming, Spotify Connect, and more let you enjoy streaming media. Ready for UltraHD video and premium 4K content, the TX-NR545 features the latest HDMI® and HDCP 2.2 compatibility. A premium 384 kHz/32-bit hi-grade AKM DAC unlocks the full potential of all your audio, including multidimensional Dolby Atmos®, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Hi-Res audio formats. It’s also very easy to use—there’s easy music streaming and system control using the free remote control app and a Quick Setup function that lets you adjust settings without interrupting playback. With 100 W/Ch, the TX-NR545 powerfully drives your movies, games, and music with superior clarity and energy.

Read more about this amp here:
http://www.uk.onkyo.com/en/products/tx-nr545-123751.html

Read more about the original faux pas re: Onkyo here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/onkyo-dvbd606-black-blu-ray-player-693013
- mrew42
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42 Likes
937666
Waiting for you know who.

http://i.imgur.com/edxJFTf.gif
Good morning
26 Likes
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
26 Likes
John Mason
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
Why don't you do just a little research before posting?

Ha oh the irony..
12 Likes
Ah I do love the Onkyo threads... for all those in the know here :D. You can always tell who hasnt been "involved" in past ones :D.

Great price.

And - it can also be used to heat the house up or as a heated sofa :D
7 Likes
Bit of a gamble on a brand with no history.

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26 Likes #1
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
[mod]#2
Seems to be £229 now. Is there a code to get it for £225?
#3
You forgot to mention the free QED HDMI lead!
1 Like #4
No, it is actually £229 - I made a mistake.

Did someone expire this? (It is still active!)
#5
MBeeching
You forgot to mention the free QED HDMI lead!

Thanks - amended!
2 Likes #6
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo

Onkyo is not unknown make, it's great kit!
3 Likes #7
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
Unknown? Lol
4 Likes #8
Waiting for you know who.

http://i.imgur.com/edxJFTf.gif
#9
937666
Waiting for you know who.http://i.imgur.com/edxJFTf.gif
Where is LG?
2 Likes #10
Nice sofa!
2 Likes #11
why would you get a free QED HDMI lead with a nice looking sofa like this?
#12
Uridium
why would you get a free QED HDMI lead with a nice looking sofa like this?

Look at it this way - HDMI leads are always useful (and you get a free sofa)
7 Likes #13
Bit of a gamble on a brand with no history.
1 Like #14
ScubaDudes
Bit of a gamble on a brand with no history.

If it goes belly up you can just sit on it (and the HDMI lead will always come in handy for something)
1 Like #15
This have dts x too?
#16
I like that they keep their stuff updated with new firmware on a regular basis - often times you also get new features as well as improved performance

http://www.uk.onkyo.com/en/articles/firmware-update-tx-nr545-14-06-2016-125241.html
1 Like #17
roadie
This have dts x too?

DTS-HD Master Audio
1 Like #18
937666
Waiting for you know who.http://i.imgur.com/edxJFTf.gif
The gift that keeps on giving.
2 Likes #19
rd3d2
(and the HDMI lead will always come in handy for something)

Like eating yogurt?


Edited By: MBeeching on Aug 08, 2016 23:37
#20
Same price on Amazon
4 Likes #21
Onkyo, unheard of brand but you can't go wrong with a Sony.
2 Likes #22
I'd take a bush over this any day!
#23
quakerphil
I'd take a bush over this any day!

Goes without saying!
3 Likes #24
My onkyo amp just quit on me cos the hdmi board has some dodgy bga solder like the xbox 360 problem. I don't know whether to label all their gear suspect because of that. It was a known issue from a range of amps from that period. And has rendered a perfectly good amp useless. My previous Marantz amp quit on me for some digital issue too (that one was so old it had no hdmi). This time I got a cheap denon in the superfi sale. At least now I have 4k support I guess.
42 Likes #25
937666
Waiting for you know who.

http://i.imgur.com/edxJFTf.gif
Good morning
2 Likes #26
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo


onkyo is one of the known brands for quality audio systems and been in the business for a long time now
1 Like #27
Speculator
Onkyo, unheard of brand but you can't go wrong with a Sony.

Seriously, unheard of?

http://www.onkyo.com/70th/en/index.html

Personally I've found Sony to be a bit hit and miss, but my trusty STR-DB930 receiver still keeps on giving even after what must be close to 20 years of life, mine has been with me since graduating, getting married and having kids, none of which has seen it miss a beat in all that time.

mike
2 Likes #28
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo


Why don't you do just a little research before posting?
26 Likes #29
John Mason
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
Why don't you do just a little research before posting?

Ha oh the irony..
1 Like #30
benjam1n
My onkyo amp just quit on me cos the hdmi board has some dodgy bga solder like the xbox 360 problem. I don't know whether to label all their gear suspect because of that. It was a known issue from a range of amps from that period. And has rendered a perfectly good amp useless. My previous Marantz amp quit on me for some digital issue too (that one was so old it had no hdmi). This time I got a cheap denon in the superfi sale. At least now I have 4k support I guess.


I had a very similar issue. Onkyo are aware of the fault on the hdmi board and are repairing free regardless of warranty on the effected models. It was some time ago but I vaguely remember it stating up to 2018. It took some searching but well worth the effort. Service was great and mines been working fine since. Think they had faulty DTS chips from memory.
I'm pretty sure I posted the repair link in a couple of previous Onkyo deals, probably 12 months ago though.
#31
All jokes aside, its this any good for when I buy my 4K TV with HDR?
7 Likes #32
speedski
John Mason
rd3d2
Worth taking a gamble on an unknown make to get Dolby Atmos at this price point imo
Why don't you do just a little research before posting?
Ha oh the irony..

There's always one. or two, or three...........
#33
xxyy3
Same price on Amazon
(But no free next day delivery and no free HDMI cable from Amazon)
#34
benjam1n
My onkyo amp just quit on me cos the hdmi board has some dodgy bga solder like the xbox 360 problem. I don't know whether to label all their gear suspect because of that. It was a known issue from a range of amps from that period. And has rendered a perfectly good amp useless. My previous Marantz amp quit on me for some digital issue too (that one was so old it had no hdmi). This time I got a cheap denon in the superfi sale. At least now I have 4k support I guess.

If you don't mind a bit of soldering then it's pretty easy to replace the Duff CAP's on the HDMI boards (plenty of youtube videos showing which to replace).
...personally I'm useless at soldering but I gave the HDMI board out of my dead Onkyo 606 to a friend who is decent at soldering and it only took him half an hour to fix. Since sold the AVR on to a mate and it's still going strong with the repaired HDMI board.
12 Likes #35
Ah I do love the Onkyo threads... for all those in the know here :D. You can always tell who hasnt been "involved" in past ones :D.

Great price.

And - it can also be used to heat the house up or as a heated sofa :D
#36
PS - Richer sounds will beat the price... as theirs is £249.95. they will beat it by £5 if you dont need the cable :)
1 Like #37
Had an Onkyo for years. Great piece of kit
#38
Tempted to come up with a sofa joke but... I have an old marantz nr1602 with clunky user interface. How is the onkyo software?
1 Like #39
benjam1n
My onkyo amp just quit on me cos the hdmi board has some dodgy bga solder like the xbox 360 problem. I don't know whether to label all their gear suspect because of that. It was a known issue from a range of amps from that period. And has rendered a perfectly good amp useless. My previous Marantz amp quit on me for some digital issue too (that one was so old it had no hdmi). This time I got a cheap denon in the superfi sale. At least now I have 4k support I guess.
Cool story
#40
benjam1n
My onkyo amp just quit on me cos the hdmi board has some dodgy bga solder like the xbox 360 problem. I don't know whether to label all their gear suspect because of that. It was a known issue from a range of amps from that period. And has rendered a perfectly good amp useless. My previous Marantz amp quit on me for some digital issue too (that one was so old it had no hdmi). This time I got a cheap denon in the superfi sale. At least now I have 4k support I guess.
Google this. Mine had the same issue. Onkyo picked it up, fixed and returned it for free at the start of this year. Working perfectly now.

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