Onkyo TX-NR7100

Based on 41 reviews

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  • Great for movies and music
  • Onboard Dirac Live room/speaker correction
  • Small remote control
  • Somewhat light-duty casing and speaker outputs


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Could not get reliable sync to TV at 8k60 or 4k120
I have a TV capable of 8k@60hz and 4k@120hz and I thought this would be a good AVR to pair with it to be future-proof. Unfortunately, I could not get this receiver to consistently pass through 8k (receiver's upscaling) or 4k120 (Xbox Series X) signals to my TV. Most of the time the receiver and TV w...
C. Thompson
1 year ago
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BEFORE YOU BUY an AV Receiver in 2021! (Part 2) Onkyo TX-NR7100 TX-NR6100 & TX-NR5100
It looks good. Oh yeah. Some good stuff right there, okay, yeah, don't drop it
Just Audio
4 months ago
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New house, new speakers, new set up. Monitor Audio Bronze 500's.
Stupidly good value for money. I cannot recommend enough.
Onkyo TX-NR7100 Hands-On Review
My TakeI like the Onkyo TX-NR7100. It was easy to set up, has many features, lots of power, is IMAX/THX Certified, they have figured out the HDMI 2.1 issue, plus it has some pretty powerful room correction
4 months ago
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Onkyo TX-NR7100 Review: Is it Worth it in 2022?
What we likeDigital room correction technology for an improved soundstageGreat user experienceExcellent design and aestheticsIt offers an inbuilt phono input to let you hook up a turntableA handheld remote control for user convenienceIt includes AM/FM tunerIt supports the latest advances in surround sound entertainmentWhat we don’t likeAdditional costs for extraservices such as Dirac Live and internet servicesCheck Latest PriceFinal VerdictOnkyo TX-NR7100 is an excellent all-around receiver that offers outstanding sound quality for what it costs.
4 months ago
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Recommendation to replace Denon AVR-S960H
It’s just over $1000 I think but the Onkyo NR7100 is 9.2 channel, has Dirac live which is way ahead of XT32 room correction and way more flexible, and far better value per dollar than the equivalent Denon.
Onkyo TX-NR7100 Review & Specs: A Great AV Receiver 
Final Thoughts The Onkyo TX-NR7100 is a high-quality AV receiver with advanced features and a beautiful design for every sound enthusiast. All the advertised features and functions work just fine, combined with the amazing sound quality and performance.
4 months ago
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LS-3100 | Onkyo USA
The first in the series to offer both 9 channels and built-in, ready-to-use DIRAC Live® Room Correction, the Onkyo TX-NR7100 9.2 Channel THX® Certified AV Receiver brings new meaning to the phrase, “home movie night.” The DIRAC Live® Room Correction offers improved musical staging, clarity, dialog, ...
4 months ago
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Onkyo TX-NR7100 9.2-Channel A/V Receiver Review
PRICE $1,099
Plus Onboard Dirac Live room/speaker correction
Nine amp channels for a full Atmos/DTS:X experience
Multiple HDMI 2.1 connections with 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz support
Small remote control a bit cramped
Somewhat light-duty ...
4 months ago
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AVR buying help! Thousand dollar budget plus or -10% if needed
I would buy the Onkyo NR7100. Same price with more HDMI 2.1 ports (Denon only has 1, Onkyo has all ports as 2.1 except the front one) and 9 channels. I also much prefer Onkyo's UI to Denon's, but that's just personal opinion.


Number Of Channels


Stereo RMS Power (watts)


THD in Stereo

0.08 %

Frequency Bandwidth (stereo)

20-20k Hz