Win an Onkyo TX-NR515 Network Receiver


Our friends at Onkyo are giving away TX-NR515 Network Receivers. Would you like to win one? Read on.

The TX-NR515 receiver checks every box on your home cinema wishlist. Their amplifier delivers room-filling sound through 7.2 channels with Dolby® Pro Logic® IIz expansion. Has eight HDMI® inputs, and the front-panel HDMI Mobile High-Definition Link displays 1080p smartphone content; plus two HDMI outputs to plug in and enjoy content on your TV and movie projector.

Want music? You can use the TX-NR515 as your primary home theater high quality device, — with 7.2-ch and the Dolby/DTS HD audio decoding and control it using iPod touch/iPhone and Android phones. There’s home networking for playback of your multi-format PC-based library, and full integration of Spotify — the perfect companion for your Premium subscription!

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#MusicMonday playlist brought to you by @MonaFims

Our friend @MonaFims has this #MusicMonday‘s music recommendations.

As always I have prepared a playlist for you containing old and new songs and also a mix between a lot of different genres. We start this week’s playlist with a beautiful song called “Fool´s Gold” by “The Abramson Singers”. If you like melancholic folk music with great vocals, you will love this first song!

Next one out this week is the Norwegian singer/songwriter “Bellman” with his hit from 2009; “Spaceship, Move Slow”.

We continue with “For You” by “Tin Sparrow”. As they describe themselves on Twitter: “Happy folk for happy folks”. “Pocketbooks” is a pop band from London, combining melodic harmonies, spiraling guitars and descriptive storytelling. I like their song “Promises, Promises”.

The last song in this week’s playlist is an Estonian indie-rock band; “Ewert and The Two Dragons” with their cute song “(In the End) There’s Only Love”.

If you have song suggestion for next week’s playlist feel free to drop them in my Spotify Inbox.