Difficult to set up, slow to respond to tuning, sounds a bit distorted or muffled in my opinion. Good points: Nice display. 3 bands.
When you have preset all the DAB stations you want, you would have to keep a list, because if you try to scan through them it takes 4 - 5 seconds to display the station name each time you press the > or < tune button.
The DAB seems to have audible drop outs at quite a low error rate. The quality and the sensitivity of the FM is not as good as my old tuner from the 70s in my opinion. I can receive stations on my analogue old tuner, without much hiss, that keep muting on the Onkyo.I have a cheap audioline DAB radio, and that scans up and down, displaying the station names on DAB instantly. And it doesn't need Auto tune scanning.
On the plus side the manual isn't too bad, although a bit difficult to understand. There is also a service manual which can be downloaded from the Onkyo web site.
The lettering on the front panel is too small and faint for anyone who needs glasses (which is very common)
but the display is nice and bright and clear.
I bought my tuner on Ebay. "Never been used" The set takes ages to tune in. You seem to have to keep it powered on standby all the time, otherwise the clock setting takes ages.