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make / manufacturer: Onkyo Model TX-NR1009
model name / number: Serial 1209DC2190022435F
size / dimensions: 17.25" x 17.25" x 8"

If you are looking for a powerful and feature packed receiver, the Onkyo TX-NR1009 is it. There are a lot of connectivity and features that will keep you on track with current and future technology. You have 3D pass-through, 4K Upscaling and connections for your other devices including game consoles. Picture and sound quality is superb with the DTS Neo: X. The Onkyo TX-NR 1009 is receiver of choice for powering your home theater for your whole family.

This heavyweight Onkyo (41 pounds) is a 9.2-channel receiver with a colossal 180W per channel, a power rating suitable for rooms up to 56 cubic metres in size. It is THX Select2 Plus certified and there is a range of THX presets. I paid $1529.91 for this unit in 2012, so this is a fantastic deal! Comes complete with remote control and an Onkyo Wireless LAN adapter dongle.

As for the extra channels, the TX-NR1009 adds a pair of surround back channels and a pair of front height and/or front width channels for use with the on-board 'vertical' sound modes, as well as a second subwoofer output for those moments when one bass box simply isn't enough.
The Onkyo TX-NR 1009 elegantly sports a fetching brushed black fascia with a relatively minimal layout and few controls or knobs to twiddle. The large, info-packed display panel is bookended by Standby and Pure Audio buttons at one end and a large illuminated volume dial at the other. There are input selection buttons on display too, but most of these are discreetly arranged in a row and don't draw any attention.
However, flip open the flap at the bottom and you'll uncover a treasure trove of buttons and sockets. These include menu controls, listening mode and zone selection keys, plus HDMI, USB, composite, optical digital audio and analogue stereo inputs.
Build quality is fantastic, inside and out. The bodywork is seriously sturdy and rigid, keeping vibration to a minimum, while on the inside the separate power and pre-amp blocks help keep interference at bay.
If you like lots of AV connections, the back panel will blow your mind. There's a further seven HDMI ports on the back alongside two outputs, every single one of which is v1.4 and ready to channel high-bandwidth 3D images to a TV or anywhere else you care to send them.

There are more composite video, S-video, analogue stereo inputs than you'll probably ever need, as well as two sets of component video inputs (and one output) and five digital audio inputs (three coaxial and two optical). These are joined by a set of 7.1-channel analogue inputs and 9.2-channel pre-outs. The unit supports bi-amping, and two pairs of outputs are provided to send audio to a second and third zone. Custom installers can make good use of the IR, 12V trigger, RS-232 and R1 remote control ports.
It doesn't stop there either. You'll find another USB port for playing back digital media, Onkyo's proprietary Universal Port to connect optional peripherals like an iPod dock and DAB radio tuner, a D-sub 15-pin PC input and an Ethernet port.

Summary of Features:
9.2-channels, 180W per channel
Eight HDMI v1.4 inputs
Marvell QDEO upscaling to 4K
DTS Neo:X, Dolby Pro Logic IIz
THX Select2 Plus certified
DLNA networking, plus Spotify and internet radio
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Audyssey Dynamic EQ
Audyssey Dynamic Volume
Audyssey MultEQ XT
Dolby Volume
Wide Range Amplifier Technology (WRAT)
iPod ready
multi-room audio output
on-screen display
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Please have a look at the following manufacturer's web page for the full specifications of this unit:

If you are interested in purchasing this receiver, please reply with your phone number and I will set up a time for you to come and see it. Thanks, Howard
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