ONKYO TXNR807 Reduced From £800 to £500, Bargain for the Spec £499.95 Richer sounds - HotUKDeals
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I am trying to rustle up a decent receiver for my lounge and after a large amount of searching this seems to be one of the best deals going for a new amp. The TXNR807 is a high power, network receiver from one of the best AV Amp brands, Onkyo. I already have a 875 model in my Home Cinema that cost me £1000 and is one of the best AV purchases I have ever made. The specs on this two year newer version of the model down (£800) beat mine in almost every department, now at half the price.

This model has received plenty of top reviews and was already considered excellent value at £800. The upcoming HDMI 1.4 models seem to be driving the prices down so get in while you can.

9.9/10 Test Freaks Average Here:
http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/wireless-network/onkyo-tx-nr807/

5* Review here:
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/hi-fi-and-audio/receivers/onkyo-tx-nr807-646955/review

4* Review here:
http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Onkyo-TX-NR807/

9/10 Review here:
http://www.trustedreviews.com/home-cinema/review/2009/11/20/Onkyo-TX-NR807-AV-Receiver/p1

There's only 4 available at this price with one in each of the following stores:

Cambridge 0333 900 0053 1
Milton Keynes 0333 900 0054 1
Nottingham 0333 900 0035 1
Plymouth 0333 900 0047 1
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#1
Damn you! I have been waiting for it to come down to this kind of money..you might have just cost me £500! :thumbsup:
#2
androo
Damn you! I have been waiting for it to come down to this kind of money..you might have just cost me £500! :thumbsup:


:thumbsup: I am just struggling with whether to get this or repair my Denon 2805 here. It is such a good deal from a proper retailer that it's hard to keep the credit card in the pocket.
#3
Ok if you live close enough to one of the 4 stores that have 1 in stock which are

Cambridge 0333 900 0053 1
Milton Keynes 0333 900 0054 1
Nottingham 0333 900 0035 1
Plymouth 0333 900 0047 1

It does state that they could be ex repair or ex display as well.
#4
You have just saved me £500 then!

Colezee
Ok if you live close enough to one of the 4 stores that have 1 in stock which are

Cambridge 0333 900 0053 1
Milton Keynes 0333 900 0054 1
Nottingham 0333 900 0035 1
Plymouth 0333 900 0047 1

It does state that they could be ex repair or ex display as well.
#5
i see the stock levels are still the same, so no one has actually benefited from this and still voted hot!
#6
Ex Repair Lfmao
suspended#7
the new models support hdmi 1.4a, so ethernet over hdmi and bluray 3d. I can see why they are selling these older models off. Not too bad price but i'd rather have the new tech and a more powerful amp.
#8
you'll kick your self in a year or so when your current TV has conked out & this site will be a wash with cut price 3D TV's & blu-ray players which your 807 won't be able to talk to. Personally i'd go for the 608, 50 quid cheaper and a bit more future proof..
#9
Ianm;8755180
you'll kick your self in a year or so when your current TV has conked out & this site will be a wash with cut price 3D TV's & blu-ray players which your 807 won't be able to talk to. Personally i'd go for the 608, 50 quid cheaper and a bit more future proof..

it will still work, just wont perform the missing functions eg wont display the 3d images just standard pics...but agree id rather get the 608 even though its a lower model
#10
I got one of these last year not long after they came out. Cost me a lot more than 500 quid! :'(

It sounds fantastic but its not the most subtle amp around....
#11
Ianm
you'll kick your self in a year or so when your current TV has conked out & this site will be a wash with cut price 3D TV's & blu-ray players which your 807 won't be able to talk to. Personally i'd go for the 608, 50 quid cheaper and a bit more future proof..


There is a massive gap between the two on the rest of the specs, a 608 is a different beast entirely. I would rather have better application and power circuitry (not to mention Network functions) than HDMI 1.4.

Like many others I am sure, I have a couple of decent HD TV's now and am confident they will give me a few years life before I need to replace them. I am hoping to skip this fad 3D entirely truth be told and wait for one that does not require glasses and is more impressive.

If you decide to get a 3D TV / Blu-Ray in the future then you only need to ensure that the Blu-Ray has two HDMI outs (one audio, one video), there are already Panasonic models to this spec. One extra cable isn't really a deal breaker.
#12
LOL same here - too tempting! heated
#13
Colezee
Ok if you live close enough to one of the 4 stores that have 1 in stock which are

Cambridge 0333 900 0053 1
Milton Keynes 0333 900 0054 1
Nottingham 0333 900 0035 1
Plymouth 0333 900 0047 1

It does state that they could be ex repair or ex display as well.


Hadn't spotted that, but it is checked pretty simply with a phone call. Still a great deal if available to you :thumbsup:
#14
sibeer
. It is such a good deal from a proper retailer.

:whistling:
#15
gizmouk
:whistling:


Have you had a problem with Richer you want to share? The only problem anyone seems to come back with is that they have limited stock of their best offers. Tell you what, I have the moon on a stick here for all who want it :whistling:
#16
sibeer
There is a massive gap between the two on the rest of the specs, a 608 is a different beast entirely. I would rather have better application and power circuitry (not to mention Network functions) than HDMI 1.4.

Like many others I am sure, I have a couple of decent HD TV's now and am confident they will give me a few years life before I need to replace them. I am hoping to skip this fad 3D entirely truth be told and wait for one that does not require glasses and is more impressive.

If you decide to get a 3D TV / Blu-Ray in the future then you only need to ensure that the Blu-Ray has two HDMI outs (one audio, one video), there are already Panasonic models to this spec. One extra cable isn't really a deal breaker.


Not having a 1.4 capable receiver isn't the end of the world, just means you would have to use a HDMI splitter and feed the one output direct to the receiver to decode the True HD audio and the other feed directly through to the 3D TV, or as you say buy a Blu Ray with the two outputs.
#17
it cracks me up when ops stand guard over their deals fending off any negative comments whilst fanning the flames of their deal.. don't panic it is a good deal just not for me.....
#18
cracking bargain - i have the lower specced 705 model and was able to get it for the same price as the newer model but class below 607 model.

these are fantastic amps but they generate a huge amount of heat.

i know where my money would be going if it was this or the lower specced 607
#19
Colezee
Ok if you live close enough to one of the 4 stores that have 1 in stock which are

Cambridge 0333 900 0053 1
Milton Keynes 0333 900 0054 1
Nottingham 0333 900 0035 1
Plymouth 0333 900 0047 1

It does state that they could be ex repair or ex display as well.


How did you check the stock levels is it on their website?
#20
androo
Damn you! I have been waiting for it to come down to this kind of money..you might have just cost me £500! :thumbsup:


This is just the wrong site to be reading if you don't want to pend money :-)
#21
This thing aint no oil painting is it..... i am sure it is kick ass... and i quote... It's clearly built to hit a price, though. The terminals are all a bit flimsy, the case feels like a biscuit tin and the set-up mic is so light that the weight of its own cable pulls it off any makeshift stand

Read more: http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/hi-fi-and-audio/receivers/onkyo-tx-nr807-646955/review#ixzz0ppEUPlnm

but if it looked better i may actually be tempted
#22
im holding off for denon 1911 or onkyo 608 wait for reviews i think they will be around £400-450 mark
#23
sibeer;8755242
There is a massive gap between the two on the rest of the specs, a 608 is a different beast entirely. I would rather have better application and power circuitry (not to mention Network functions) than HDMI 1.4.

Like many others I am sure, I have a couple of decent HD TV's now and am confident they will give me a few years life before I need to replace them. I am hoping to skip this fad 3D entirely truth be told and wait for one that does not require glasses and is more impressive.

If you decide to get a 3D TV / Blu-Ray in the future then you only need to ensure that the Blu-Ray has two HDMI outs (one audio, one video), there are already Panasonic models to this spec. One extra cable isn't really a deal breaker.



there is a tv - which displays 3d but doesnt require glasses - its on display in the hq of a company im work for - been there several months now -
3d effect is very impressive however you have to look directly at as the viewing angle is quite poor and it hurts my eyes
as ive said before in other posts......i still dont think 3d will catch on because
it gives me a headache
i would hate wearing glasses all the time
imo for the effect to work you need a massive screen - watched a cartoon in 3d on a panny tv and whilst it was good but still limted and that was a on 60in screen...i couldnt watch it for more than 5 mins...as for footy /etc forget it....
maybe good for "dodgy" channels tho nudge nudge:-D
but its is a good selling point for cinemas..then again theyve tried it 2-3 times before...though i think tech has advanced alot since then

and this from a gadget freak
#24
Ianm
it cracks me up when ops stand guard over their deals fending off any negative comments whilst fanning the flames of their deal.. don't panic it is a good deal just not for me.....


It's more that every Richer Sounds deal seems to bring out people who hate them. If you look at most Richer deals I end up in there fighting their corner :-D

The only way they have wronged most people is by advertising a deal and then not having enough stock of it. If you phone ahead, problem averted. Customer serice and prices in general for a bricks and mortar store are very good indeed.
#25
GQ Man
How did you check the stock levels is it on their website?


Yeah just on their website. The stock levels are still showing the same now so either no one has bought one or they don't update their website that quickly.
#26
sibeer
It's more that every Richer Sounds deal seems to bring out people who hate them. If you look at most Richer deals I end up in there fighting their corner :-D

The only way they have wronged most people is by advertising a deal and then not having enough stock of it. If you phone ahead, problem averted. Customer serice and prices in general for a bricks and mortar store are very good indeed.


Agreed all deals ive ever seen & wanted ive managed to get by ringing around several stores then going to collect (SIMPLE), and always the deals i pick there is no other deal that good anywhere else cant ask for more than that.:thumbsup:

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