Onkyo TX-NR515 specs

By Danny Phillips

Reviewed:

Key Features

  • 7 x 130W amplification
  • DLNA certified
  • Spotify and internet radio
  • Marvell QDEO upscaling to 4K
  • Mobile High-Definition Link
  • Manufacturer: Onkyo
  • Review Price: £499.99
specs
Quick Glance
3D Ready Yes
Connectors
HDMI Input 8
HDMI Output 2
Microphone Setup
Composite Video In 5
Component Video In 1
Component Video Out 1
S/PDIF Optical In 2
S/PDIF Coax In 2
Subwoofer Out 2
Stereo Line In 5
Stereo Line Out 1
iPod Dock Via front USB
Power 7 x 130
Physical Specifications
Height 173
Width 435
Depth 328
Weight 9200
Features
3D Ready Yes
Supported Channels 7.2
DVD Player No
Blu-ray player No
Audio Processing Onkyo DSP, Dolby Pro Logic IIz
Dolby Digital Yes
DTS Yes
Dolby Pro Logic II Yes
Dolby TrueHD Yes
DTS Master Audio HD Yes

AJ

August 15, 2012, 5:34 pm

I looked long and hard at this Amplifier and on paper it is very very good indeed, the features for the money are extremely impressive. However at the last moment, just before pressing the "buy" button I spotted the flaw.

There's no airplay. And for me on a new AV Amp that's going to last a few years that was a killer.

Instead I've purchased the Yamaha V773. slightly more expensive, but it had everything I needed and also a superb iPad / iPhone app.

JPL

August 22, 2012, 8:13 pm

I agree with the comment above. The lack of Airrplay is a real loss.
I presume the licensing is too expensive, but this will put a lot of customers off, myself included.

orchestrateddeath

November 27, 2012, 3:27 am

Those two people up their aren't too smart. The Onkyo NR-515 can be had for $300. That guy's Yamaha V773 costs over $700. So for that extra $400 dollars, he got... AirPlay. Everyone should understand that receivers shouldn't have AirPlay. They have clunky interfaces and hard to navigate menus. For only $100, they could have purchased an Apple TV which offers not only Audio AirPlay, but Video Airplay, all in a slick interface.

Inwall AV

December 17, 2012, 7:23 pm

Lack of AirPlay is relevant but consider the cost differences of moving up and you might find a deal by just adding AirPlay via one of the Apple Airport Express blocks. This is how I used the Express:

http://www.inwallblog.com/wp/a...

steve

May 12, 2013, 8:10 pm

The Onkyo Remote for apple or android
is quite good for adjusting some of the settings on the amp and has
an extra feature that allows you to stream any MP3's on your phone (mine's a note2) to
the 515 over your home network (DLNA). I found this to be a nice surprise and it
worked quite well.

Asif

February 24, 2014, 8:02 am

Can you explain how to set it up

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