hi i need a professional expert at setting up onkyo 5009 amps i have the monitor audio apex speaker package i live in kettering northamptonshire england who can anybody recommend need help asap please
Can the retailer where you bought the Onkyo not help?
Audio Editor, Gramophone
no its an american machine
So have you got a step down transformer?
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yes i have but need a professional to set it up
Speak to them:
Might be worth finding a dealer / installer nearby with an Audyssey pro kit
Have a look here
The OP lives in the UK. Your link is for US only.
Sticking "northamptonshire" in the box brough up plenty of UK results for me
What exactly do you need help with?
MA PL200s, PL350C, PLW-15, PL100s, Apex, Radius, R45HDs
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I just tested the ONKYO TX-NR5009 at home with my 5.2 Apex-system. This receiver was fairly easy to set-up I must say, much thanks to the informative GUI/OSD and decent manual. Then again it helps if you've had experience with receivers before. Like everyone else I wonder what you specifically need assistance with? BTW, if you wanna check out my little review for yourself feel free. I only touch upon performance with Apex though, not set-up procedures.
(see post no #1 and #3)
Current A/V equipment:
NUFORCE AVP-18 (processor/DAC) | NUFORCE MCH-300SEC7 (multichannel amplifier) | MONITOR AUDIO APEX (5.2 speaker system) | SAMSUNG LE-52B755 (tv) | DENON DBT-3313UD (disc transport) | NAIM UNITISERVE (music server) | SUPRA (cabling) | LOGITECH HARMONY 900 (universal remote) | NORDOST PULSAR POINTS (isolation feet)
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