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Onkyo TX-NR929 9.2-Ch Network A/V Receiver $2289.89 @ Valuebasket (Free Shipping)

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The TX-NR929 is loaded with technology and connectivity to transform your home into a high-resolution entertainment haven. The bounty includes built-in Wi-Fi for app-controllable multizone network audio streaming, built-in Bluetooth wireless audio technology, Zone 2 HDMI Out, and an expanded selection of online media streaming services.

The super-powerful 135 Watts-per-channel THX Select2 Plus certified heavyweight can power audio in up to three zones, including Whole House mode for synchronized house-wide audio. It plays back files over your wireless home network, including MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Apple Lossless, DSD, LPCM, and Dolby TrueHD, all controllable by the Onkyo Remote App for iPod touch/iPhone, Android and Kindle devices.

It's got 9 HDMI inputs for movie, gaming and other sources, and 2 HDMI outputs for adding a second TV or even a projector. Connect an additional display using the receiver's Zone 2 HDMI output to watch the same program, or a different one, in two different rooms.

Owning an Onkyo A/V receiver maximizes the enjoyment of your entertainment. No doubt about it.

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  • +3 votes

    About $1440 after conversion on Amazon… did someone say Australia tax?

    Edit: Even after $300 import tax it'd still be ~$700 cheaper. Also it's the 120v version, I'm sure it'd cost SFA to have a PSU which can switch between 120 & 230v, Onkyo…

  • Make sure you get a really good tranny on a receiver. They stuck a lot of power and you don't want rf crap leaking into your signal.

  • You can get the 818 for $1200 or so… Old model, not missing much from this one though.

  • +1 vote

    9.2 channel? Talk about future proofing. I don't think that's even an official standard. Isn't 7.2 the highest at the moment?

    • It's not future proofing. It's the audio industry wanting us to spend more money on more speakers. To us OzBargainers they are just ridiculous greedy pigs.

  • These guys are selling it for US$1123 - http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_osacat=0&_ssn=echo-an...

    $1200 pays for a lot of freight forwarding, import duties and freight. Sounds like the Aussie tax is being applied hard on this one, no bargain I say…

  • Seems like Amazon won't ship to AU, also tried UK (from which its a lot more expensive). Might have to use a freight forwarder for this one or find a US retailer willing to ship.

    • I've pirchased a receiver from Amazon Italy, as have many OzBargainers. No problems at all. Check their prices.

  • Ok for anyone interested, use PriceUSA and get it UPS'ed (Air) to Aus for free internal freight + $230 (to Aus) + ~ $225 customs = AU$1,800.

  • +4 votes

    Not really a good idea to get the 120v versions. To get a good step down isolated transformer would cost buckets. Best to try and get it from amazon UK, DE, FR, IT, as europe is 230v.