Receiver, Amplifier - RMS Wattage140 - Width: 435 mm
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Review of "Onkyo TX-SR606"
Bought one of these for a great price on eBay at the same time as the 607 was launched. I paid £300
It offers terrific value at the price I paid.
In these times of a mixrure of signals from SD to HD, this machine is particuarly useful as it offers a built in scaler that can upscale all of your inputs to 1080i or 720p. (The newer 607 upsclaes to 1080p I believe but apart from blue-ray, just about all transmitted HD signals offered by Sku and VirginMedia are 720p maximum resolution).
This was probably the one most importanmt feature for me as I have a large number of inputs and it was becoming a nighmare to feed into my plasma.
This machine also offers terrific sound.
It has a nice clear subtle green display so that you know what it's up to!
As for features, it would be pointmess to reproduce those in a review as you'll have already read those if you're contemplating the puchase of this AV-amp.
If I had a true native resolution of 1080p on my plasma, I'd have invested in the newer model 607 as in my view, it is pretty important to match signal and display properties.
This was easy to set up (so much easier than my previous Yamaha)
I hopethis helps anyone?
Product Information : Onkyo TX-SR606
Manufacturer's product descriptionReceiver, Amplifier - RMS Wattage140 - Width: 435 mm
RMS Wattage: 140, 180
Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB): No
Number of Channels: 7
Dolby / DTS: Dolby True HD / DTS HD, Dolby Digital EX + DTS
YUV Interface: Yes
HDMI Interface: Yes
USB Interface: No
iPod Control: Direct Control, No
Width in mm: 435
Height in mm: 174.3
Depth in mm: 374.7
Weight in kg: 11.3
Power Consumption in Watts: 550
EAN: 4961330024516, 4961330024509
Number of Amplifiers: 7
DLNA certified: No
On-Mode Power Consumption in Watts: 550
Listed on Ciao since: 29/05/2008