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For enhanced audio performance, direct modes and pure direct modes allow you to turn off unused circuits in the receiver to maximize analog performance. Each input even has its own independent Onkyo TX-NR5007 Network AV Receiver calibration internally, so you can have your video calibrator truly optimize each and every source in your system.
The user can also assign any of the available audio formats to each input, so you can have your CD player run in pure direct mode, thus shutting off all digital and video circuits from the receiver during its use, or set the surround formats for your PS3 to be game modes, of which there are several. The Hookup I unpacked the Onkyo and found Onkyo TX-NR5007 Network AV Receiver the usual accoutrements inside, including the manual in both French and English, the Audyssey calibration microphone, power cord, both FM and AM antennae, and the new Onkyo remote with batteries. I was quite pleased with the new remote, as it has a sleek gloss face and fits your hand well.
Backlighting is well done and the range and off-angle performance were much better than I recall the remote for the prior Onkyo to possess. The new remote is programmable, so it can control the rest of your components, too.
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After living with the receiver for some time, I also received the new MartinLogan Motion series speakers and set up a full 9. When I completed all the initial wiring, I powered up the system and dove into the set-up menus.
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Assigning and renaming the various inputs was logical and straightforward, but when Onkyo TX-NR5007 Network AV Receiver tried to use the system to watch TV, I had video passed to my display, but no audio. I rechecked all the wiring and set-up, to no avail. I tried my other sources and still had no audio.
Onkyo TX-NR5007 Network AV Receiver After about an hour, I got frustrated and gave up. The next day I did the obvious next step and read the manual, which says you need to set up the speakers or do Audyssey to produce sound. Operations that sounded difficult in the manual turned out to be completely intuitive. When you first start up the receiver, it practically forces you to go through the Audyssey auto-calibration process, which uses a supplied microphone and a series of test tones to evaluate your speaker system and your room.
The process then calculates the channel levels and delays, the subwoofer-crossover frequency for each speaker, and an equalization curve for each speaker. Except for minor miscalculation of a couple of crossover frequencies, the auto-calibration worked perfectly.
Other setup functions were quick and easy. Even setting up the universal remote proved simple.
An onscreen menu for remote control setup guides you though the process. Choose the device and the brand, and then the receiver transmits the proper codes to the remote.
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After I plugged in Onkyo TX-NR5007 Network AV Receiver Ethernet cable from my home network, I found that the Internet radio feature was ready to go. In seconds, I was listening to a richly accented commentator dish international news on BBC 4. Using Pandora required only that I enter my user name and password through an onscreen keyboard; almost instantly, I was listening to a channel focused on the works of Indian percussionist Zakir Hussain.
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