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|FM/AM Preset Memory||40 stations plus 4 faceplate BGM Presets|
|AM Frequency Range||530 to 1710 kHz|
|FM Frequency Range||87.5 to 107.9 MHz|
|Package Weight||22.0 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.0 x 16.0 x 9.0"|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17.1 x 5.9 x 12.9" (435 x 149.5 x 329 mm)|
|Weight||18.1 lb (8.2 kg)|
|Power Supply||120 VAC, 60 Hz|
|Inputs||4 x HDMI2 x optical TOSLINK1 x digital coaxial3 x gold-plated stereo RCA1 x gold-plated stereo RCA phono|
|A/B Speaker Selection||Yes|
|Speaker Connectors||4 x banana-plug-ready binding post pairs|
|Other Connectors||1 x Ethernet LAN1 x 5 V / 1 A USB port (front)1 x 5 V / 500 mA USB port1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) IR in1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) IR out1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) remote control in1 x AC power|
|Outputs||1 x HDMI1 x gold-plated stereo RCA Zone 2 pre-out2 x gold-plated RCA subwoofer pre-outs1 x gold-plated 1/4" (6.35 mm) headphone (front)|
|Wi-Fi||Dual-band 2.4 / 5 GHz|
|Phono Overload||70 mV (MM, 1 kHz, 0.5%)|
|Dynamic Power||120 W @ 8 Ohms210 W @ 4 Ohms240 W @ 3 Ohms|
|Power Output||100 W per channel @ 8 Ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.08% THD, 2-channels driven, FTC170 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.1% THD, 1-channel driven, FTC|
The new ONKYO TX-8270 stereo network A/V receiver is a very good product. It is beautifully made. The sound quality is outstanding. The 100 watts per channel output is a big improvement over the TX-8160 and the discontinued TX-8050, which both featured only 80 watts per channel.
Very flexible on music source; blue tooth is extremely convenient. Powerful. Drives my Polk Audio RTi A7's with chest pounding power.
Good value; Onkyo high quality.
The volume knob is light weight plastic with no mass. Feels cheap, which is a shame given the overall product looks and quality.
Nice features including hi-res audio. I'm running it @ 4 ohms driving my Cerwin Vega DX-9 speakers. Around 160 watts per channel so it does okay, but doesn't really light them up.
Great muscle, great sound, packed with features. I use this unit to power some big speakers in a big room, loudly, and it has more than enough power in reserve. It is physically a heavy receiver, which is a sign of a seriously powerful amp with a good power supply.
Great power, packed with features
Both USB ports will not play music from my IPhone when connected via a USB cable.
I bought this stereo receiver to replace a surroundsound system that I installed several years ago. I simply dont tend to watch that many movies with 5.1 surround. But I want to the option to watch video through my stereo just in case.
All in all this is a good stereo audio visual receiver. It puts out lots of very clean power to the speakers. The FM receiver is pretty sensitive. It works very well with my LG B7P TV however, it took me days to figure out the best way to set it up so I will pass on what I learned here.
My first modern receiver. Controls Blue Ray/ CDs,Apple TV, Recieves Bluetooth from multiple sources.Matches the large stand mounted Klipsch bookshelf speakers and sub woofer,turning my small apt into a concert hall.
Plenty power and inputs,runs two speaker zones and HDTV
Need external Dolby Digital decoder for download movies
So far this receiver is everything I want in a two-channel set-up. The sound is outstanding. Set-up was very easy on-screen (HDTV) with HDMI inputs and speakers - and the speaker terminals accepted banana plugs, which was nice. No problems with HDMI switching, and bluetooth and WiFi work perfectly.
Clearly a vast improvement over my much older Marantz receiver. No issues for inputs except with internet access. Updating was problematic but easily solved with a phone call to Onkyo tech support.
I needed a stereo receiver or amplifier for music in my small home office. I chose this one primarily for its connectivity and power, and for that, it totally delivers. It needed to sound at least as good if not better than the Pioneer VSX-815 it was replacing, which it does.
Network connectivity, power, sound is up to par.
Lame that you have to connect to a screen via HDMI for some of the setup.