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Old 02-13-2009, 05:11 PM   #16  
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You're such an idiot. I have never stated that I dislike Onkyo. Again, you really need to take a reading class. Better to keep your mouth shut and let the world assume you are a fool rather than open it and remove all doubt.
Do I need to pull up your past rubbish to prove to you in your own words, your opinion of Onkyo?

Back to your norm of personal attacks..

Sorry, but you have the fools corner all sewed up.. as you have proven time and again. You really need to learn to follow you own advice here, truly. Sure is cool being a tough guy behind a keyboard..
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Old 02-18-2009, 06:47 AM   #17  
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Do I need to pull up your past rubbish to prove to you in your own words, your opinion of Onkyo?

Back to your norm of personal attacks..

Sorry, but you have the fools corner all sewed up.. as you have proven time and again. You really need to learn to follow you own advice here, truly. Sure is cool being a tough guy behind a keyboard..
May be personal, but facts are facts. Your knowledge of things audio and video is glaringly deficient.
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Old 02-18-2009, 05:04 PM   #18  
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May be personal, but facts are facts. Your knowledge of things audio and video is glaringly deficient.
I defy you to prove your silly statement. Please, I am waiting with baited breath for your proof of anything. Now you are tossing my "deficiency" in video too? OMG.. help, help I am being repressed!

You are a joke
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Old 02-23-2009, 12:44 PM   #19  
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I defy you to prove your silly statement. Please, I am waiting with baited breath for your proof of anything. Now you are tossing my "deficiency" in video too? OMG.. help, help I am being repressed!

You are a joke
Stew, if you could read with comprehension, your deficiencies in this area would become readily apparent.
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Old 02-23-2009, 01:48 PM   #20  
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Stew, if you could read with comprehension, your deficiencies in this area would become readily apparent.
As usual, I ask you to prove your statement that I know nothing and you come back with this tripe.

The only thing you prove is that your only mission here is make trouble, not to help those asking for insight, opinions or experience. Please find another site to smear your crap on.
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Old 02-24-2009, 01:06 PM   #21  
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As usual, I ask you to prove your statement that I know nothing and you come back with this tripe.

The only thing you prove is that your only mission here is make trouble, not to help those asking for insight, opinions or experience. Please find another site to smear your crap on.
Please read post 19 again and again until it sinks in.
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Old 02-24-2009, 02:28 PM   #22  
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*note to self* Do Not Feed The Trolls
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Old 02-24-2009, 06:16 PM   #23  
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Don't know about feeding the troll, but I can tell you Jim Bob is right when he says Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are a step above Onkyo, especially in music reproduction. I own equipment from all of those manufacturers from entry level to top echelon. While Onkyo's Integra line is a significant improvement over its mid-fi offerings, it does not compare to the top of the line units from Yamaha, Denon and Marantz. Onkyo represents an affordable alternative, but even at entry levels, Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are simply more musical. Numerous reivewers have so concluded. If you want bells and whistles at an affordable price, choose Onkyo. If sound quality is your thing, choose something else.
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Old 02-24-2009, 08:45 PM   #24  
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Opinions are like... you know.

I will tell you like I told Jim_Bob (though I am probably telling the same guy ), please provide proof of what you say. Anyone can pop on here and say they have owned all these upper echelon pieces of equipment. Show specs instead of your opinion.

I doubt that anyone expects a sub $500 receiever to perform as well as one costing 10 times that amount.. I mean.. really I have yet to see someone come here and ask what receiver would best suit them with a $5K + budget.
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Old 02-25-2009, 07:27 AM   #25  
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Granted, I'm new at this, but was wondering how does one prove that according to his/her listening skills one piece of equipment sounds more natural? Sounds like Stew has a problem with people who disagree with his biases.
As to the first part of your post.. you are quite correct

As for the second part, Oh my. You are brand new here and come in with comments like this? Please feel free to browse the posts of Jim_Bob_Jones (AKA Mr_MOFO) and see why I respond to him the way I did/do.

What bias do YOU feel I am showing and feel so strongly about? That Onkyo provides a nice niche for those wanting lots of features in an AV receiver for a great price or .. what?
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Granted, I'm new at this, but was wondering how does one prove that according to his/her listening skills one piece of equipment sounds more natural? Sounds like Stew has a problem with people who disagree with his biases.
One doesn't need to prove anything as long as they preface an opinion with "In my opinion". Instead of stating it as fact like JimBob tends to do. Stew, like myself, does have a problem when people state their opinions as fact, that's all.

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Don't know about feeding the troll, but I can tell you Jim Bob is right when he says Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are a step above Onkyo, especially in music reproduction. I own equipment from all of those manufacturers from entry level to top echelon. While Onkyo's Integra line is a significant improvement over its mid-fi offerings, it does not compare to the top of the line units from Yamaha, Denon and Marantz. Onkyo represents an affordable alternative, but even at entry levels, Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are simply more musical. Numerous reivewers have so concluded. If you want bells and whistles at an affordable price, choose Onkyo. If sound quality is your thing, choose something else.
Your opinion, no FACT to back up that statement. I can prove otherwise, can you? Actual proof?
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Don't know about feeding the troll, but I can tell you Jim Bob is right when he says Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are a step above Onkyo, especially in music reproduction. I own equipment from all of those manufacturers from entry level to top echelon. While Onkyo's Integra line is a significant improvement over its mid-fi offerings, it does not compare to the top of the line units from Yamaha, Denon and Marantz. Onkyo represents an affordable alternative, but even at entry levels, Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are simply more musical. Numerous reivewers have so concluded. If you want bells and whistles at an affordable price, choose Onkyo. If sound quality is your thing, choose something else.
MoFo you have about as much brains or lack of brains as Jim Bob Jones another fountain of Misinformation.
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MoFo you have about as much brains or lack of brains as Jim Bob Jones another fountain of Misinformation.
It's funny how the 2 (JBJ and Mr. MOFO) sound the same...
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Don't know about feeding the troll, but I can tell you Jim Bob is right when he says Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are a step above Onkyo, especially in music reproduction. I own equipment from all of those manufacturers from entry level to top echelon. While Onkyo's Integra line is a significant improvement over its mid-fi offerings, it does not compare to the top of the line units from Yamaha, Denon and Marantz. Onkyo represents an affordable alternative, but even at entry levels, Yamaha, Denon and Marantz are simply more musical. Numerous reivewers have so concluded. If you want bells and whistles at an affordable price, choose Onkyo. If sound quality is your thing, choose something else.
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