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The TX-8150’s old-school design will appeal to hi-fi traditionalists, but it’s nothing to write home about. The rectangular box is covered in big knobs and buttons; it could do with a few curves and shiny bits to liven it up. Still, both the black and silver incarnations are perfectly tasteful and build quality is solid.
The faceplate sports a brushed finish and a wide dot-matrix display that imparts information clearly, without having to resort to confusing abbreviations. Song titles, volume levels, inputs, Wi-Fi passwords – the Onkyo never leaves you in the dark about what it’s doing.
Four knobs along the bottom let you switch inputs and tweak the bass, treble and balance. The ability to manually tweak the tone controls gives the product a hands-on feel. More buttons are secreted along the ridges of the display, alongside a massive volume dial that turns with a satisfyingly smooth action. A further four "BGM" preset buttons provide instant access to favourite radio stations.
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