Onkyo TX-NR3010 A/V Receiver Specs

Audio Decoding:
Dolby: TrueHD, Digital, EX, Pro Logic II/IIx/IIz, Volume
DTS: DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS, ES, 96/24, Neo:6, Neo:X
Audyssey: Dynamic EQ, Dynamic Volume, DSX
3D: Yes
THX Certified: Ultra2 Plus
Number of Amp Channels: 9
Rated Power (Watts Per Channel): 140 watts into 8 ohms, two channels driven
Specified Frequency Response:
5 Hz to 100 kHz, +1/–3 dB
Video Processing:
HQV Vida, Marvell Qdeo
Auto Setup/Room EQ:
Audyssey MultEQ XT32
Dimensions (W x H x D, Inches): 17.13 x 7.81 x 18.25
Weight (Pounds): 55.1
Price: $2,299

Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (8), MHL HDMI 1.4a (1, front), component video (2), composite video (5)
Audio: Coaxial digital (3), optical digital (3), analog stereo (7), phono (1),
Additional: Ethernet (1), USB (2), PC (1), IR (in/out), IR remote (1), AM (2), FM (2)
Outputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (2), component video (1), composite video (2)
Audio: Analog stereo (3), 11.4-channel analog preamp (1), ¼-inch headphone (1)
Additional: RS-232 (1)

Company Info
Onkyo USA
(800) 229-1687

Onkyo USA
(800) 229-1687

kent harrison's picture

Im impress with your review and it's features,but im waiting for your review the Denon4520ci receiver before i make a choice.

hyfynut's picture

Shame they can't improve there reliability. We've had to stop selling Onkyo products ( Especially Receivers ). We sell mainly Yamaha ,Yamaha Aventage , Marantz. The Yamaha products have been top of the class in terms of dependability .

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dommyluc's picture

I recently purchased the Onkyo TX-NR717. It was the first A/V receiver I've bought in 10 years, to replace a JVC RX-8030VBK that I bought in 2003 but recently began shutting down randomly. I cannot believe I got the Onkyo for $500, which is basically what I had purchased my JVC for if you include inflation over the years. Since I am totally blown away by the performance of this receiver, I cannot even imagine what the TX-NR3010 must be like as a performer. Yikes!