Onkyo TX-NR787 9.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver Review Specs

Power Output: 100 watts (8 ohms, 2 channels driven, 20 Hz-20kHz, 0.08% THD); 220 watts (6 ohms, 1 channel driven, 1kHz, 10% THD)
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Proprietary (AccuEQ)
Video Processing: 4K pass-through supports HDCP2.2, upscales analog sources to HDMI; HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG, and BT.2020 via HDMI
Video Inputs: HDMI (7, 1 front), component (2), composite (2)
Audio Inputs: coaxial digital (1), optical digital (2), USB (1), stereo RCA (6), stereo minijack (front), phono (MM)
Other: Ethernet, RS-232C, 12-volt trigger
Video Outputs: HDMI (2) ARC (main only)
Audio Outputs: subwoofer (2), ¼-inch headphones, Zone 2
Multi Zone: Zone 2 stereo RCA line-level or speaker-level (assignable), Zone 3 speaker level (assignable)
Wireless: Dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, DTS Play-Fi, FlareConnect, Chromecast
Wireless Streaming: Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, Amazon Music, Tidal, TuneIn Radio
Computer Audio: Streaming via wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi (DLNA), USB, PCM audio up to 24-bit/192kHz (WAV/AIFF), up to 5.6 MHz DSD
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches); 17.2 x 6.9 x 15
Weight (Pounds): 23.8

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mns3dhm's picture

Why is S&V no longer reporting how many watts per channel this or other amplifiers can produce with all channels driven (nine, in this case)? Please do not try to tell me the 'that is not common in real world situations' excuse. I and other potential buyers want to know this information and you used to report this. Is S&V turning into an advertising shill under its new ownership?

Decibel's picture

I have two Onkyo AV receivers, (TX RZ810 and 820) love them both. Great sound, full bodied, smooth and powerful for the price. Half the reason I read S&V is for the measurements and technical details that you're usually so good at. Take this away and you just become like any other audio site. If you want to stay competitive, you need that extra edge. Don't lose it.