Onkyo TX-8140 Network Stereo Receiver
- Features 80W per channel at 8 Ohms, 20 Hz−20 kHz, 0.1% THD, 2 channels driven and 110W per channel 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.1% THD, 1 channel driven
- Non-phase-shift amp design delivers true-to-life sound imaging
- Boasts a discrete amplifier design with a massive EI transformer with 2 custom-made 8,200 μF hi-current capacitors
- AKM AK4452 (384 kHz/32-bit) digital-to-analog converter uses unique low-distortion sound-enhancing filtering technologies to unlock the full potential of any audio format
- Supports playback of music from mass-storage-class USB memory devices and front USB port supports WAV 96 kHz, DSD 2.8 MHz, and MP3 playback
- Plays compressed, lossless, and hi-res audio through your local network (MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Apple Lossless, DSD 5.6 MHz, and LPCM)
- Pair your compatible Bluetooth-enabled device and stream audio directly from it and use Onkyo's remote app to control the receiver
- Built-in WiFi lets you streams internet radio and other music services, including TuneIn Radio, Pandora, Slacker, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Spotify, and Deezer
- Windows 8 and DLNA Version 1.5 certified
- Connectivity options include 4 digital audio inputs (2 Optical and 2 Coaxial) and 6 analog audio inputs and 1 output (MM phono input, subwoofer pre-out, speaker A/B drive, IR input and output, a 1/4" headphone jack)
- Banana plug-compatible speaker posts allow for direct speaker connection
- Allows up to 40 FM/AM presets with preset station naming up to 10 characters
- Independent Bass, Treble, and Balance controls lets you customize the sound for listening pleasure
- 3-mode display dimmer (Normal/Dim/Dimmer) allows you to control the brightness of the display
- Battery-free memory back-up saves your presets and other setting in the event of an outage
- Includes a full-function Remote Interactive (RI) remote control
- Indoor FM Antenna
- AM Loop Antenna
- Instruction Manual
- Remote Controller
- 3 x AAA (R03) Batteries
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Of the 10 reviewers who responded, 10 would recommend this product.
- Onkyo Stereo Receiver TX-8140- March 3, 2016
Apart from a minor irritation with some of the screen layouts and dealing with a very large remote control, this is an excellent stereo receiver. I primarily purchased this for playing my Sacred and Classical Music CD collection and I have not been disappointed. The output is more than adequate; clarity is excellent and I do not have to crank up the volume control in order to enjoy the music.
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- Is what it is- March 10, 2017
Want a good stereo receiver with good sound and some nice features, then you have it. The radio/receiver function I like as you can manually tune it (I don't like when a device tells me it's smarter than I am and won't tune in a signal I like but it doesn't :)). Lots of inputs for a variety of devices, and importantly to me, Line-out for feed to my downstream systems. That it's on my home network for remote control and Internet music is great, as is bluetooth. Drives my Bose and other speakers just fine.
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- Meh- December 11, 2018
I just got this receiver today thinking it would be a good buy from the reviews I read here. Pretty disappointed in it and will likely return it. Played with the controls to try and make it sound acceptable but just not up to my standards. It sounds muddy to me if that can be an audio term. Should have known by the cheap price that it would be cheap sounding. My wife doesn't mind it but she likes lots of bass. It does have that. Over saturated in bass for my like. It you turn back the base it sounds totally bland. I was going to place my old 25 year old Denon with it because it is a surround sound unit and I just wanted a 2 channel to play records on. The Denon kicks it ass. This is the first time I have bought any Onkyo product. It will be the last time. I figured in 25 years things would have gotten better . Guess old school still rules in audio.
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