In April, Onkyo will add three new models to its RZ Series of AV receivers. The TX-RZ810 ($1,299, shown here), TX-RZ710 ($999), and TX-RZ610 ($799) put more of an emphasis on custom integration than some of Onkyo"s other AV receivers; all three models feature RS-232, IR, 12-volt triggers, PC setup, detachable power cables, and optional rack kits. All three are 7.2-channel models with support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2., network audio, and AccuEQ room calibration.
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In April, Onkyo will add three new models to its RZ Series of AV receivers. The TX-RZ810 ($1,299, shown here), TX-RZ710 ($999), and TX-RZ610 ($799) put more of an emphasis on custom integration than some of Onkyo's other AV receivers;.
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Onkyo presenteert in de RZ-serie de TX-RZ1100, TX-RZ3100 en PR-RZ5100. nl en FWD Journal aanwezig op de IFA-beurs in Berlijn.
The Onkyo TX-RZ610 is a 7.2-ch AV receiver with Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®, Apple® AirPlay®, Dolby Atmos® & Dynamic Audio Amplification for massive power at 100W per channel.
The TX-RZ610 is the entry-level model of the RZ series with the main attraction being its $899 MSRP which is a cool $200 cheaper than the 2016 step-up Onkyo TX-RZ710 model. Of course, that means features had to be cut to hit that sweet spot but it is not by any means a handicapped model especially for people looking to build a small but robust home theater system. It is a 7.2-channel receiver capable of delivering 100 watts per channel .
The Onkyo RZ Series was designed for home theater integration and performance above and beyond your expectations. From multi-zone audio and video options to dedicated RZ Series phone support and a three-year product warranty, the Onkyo RZ Series delivers superior audio performance in the configurations you want with the support you should expect from the leader in home audio.
Onkyo USA offers an elite line of audio/video and two channel receivers that will be the center of your home theater and audio experience. 3D, HDMI, internet streaming, 4K- Onkyo receivers have it all. TX-RZ810
About 8 few years ago i bought a $400-$500 pioneer receiver. Don"t remember the model #, sorry. Anyway i hooked it up to 7 cerwin vega speakers. When cranked up the receiver would shut down. Called pioneer and they told me that they didn"t know of any $1000 receivers that could handle the cerwin vegas. Something about ohms not being exact on those speakers. I sent the receiver back to crutchfield and got a $1000 denon. No problems, I currently have those speakers hooked up to onkyo reciever tx-sr503 $300 - $400 and have no problems either. The heatsinks in the onkyo"s and denon"s are massive. The pioneers where very thin sheet metal. Unless this has changed i couldn"t reccomend pioneer. I too was a pioneer fan until then. Maybe you wont have any problems, just make sure you have a good return policy if they can"t handle the klipsch"s.
We give you a Marantz receiver comparison chart to help you understand the major and minor differences between the NR and SR Series receivers.
Both models are 7.2 channel receivers with 4K video playback and HDCP 2.2 copyright protection. The RZ900 uses a high-current Toroidal transformer to power three-stage inverted Darlington amplifier circuitry, while the RZ800 uses an EI transformer. In addition, the receivers are THX Select 2 Plus-certified, and feature separate power amp and processing blocks. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and AirPlay connectivity are integrated as well. Finally, the rear panel offers dedicated outputs for height speakers, allowing customers to use 5.1.2 immersive audio configurations.
Introducing, Onkyo's RZ Series. Designed for installers, the RZ Series products are hands down to install.
I'm trying to decide between the Pioneer VSX-1019AH-K and the Onkyo TXSR607B. Any recommendations?
Going from the slim NR Series to the SR series really bumps up your sound quality. Adding nearly four pounds in weight, the Marantz SR5009 receiver boasts double the power, 100 watts, and adds over two inches in height to the chassis. There are some other advances as well, such as additional digital inputs and multi-channel preamp outputs. Obviously, if you’re going to integrate an external multi-channel amplifier, the SR series receivers are your new best friend. More than that, however, if you have any legacy multi-channel analogue sources, Marantz ‘ SR series are one of the few models that still offer multi-channel analogue inputs. This feature is absent on all but higher-end Yamaha receivers and Marantz’ SR series. Add WiFi, Bluetooth and RS232C control as well as a trigger output and you’ve got a real pro-ready receiver.
Onkyo today unveiled four new budget friendly A/V receivers priced from $400 to $800; models TX-SR353, TX-NR555, TX-NR656 and the THX certified TX-NR757.
Onkyo today unveiled four new budget friendly A/V receivers priced from $400 to $800. The new lineup from lowest priced to highest includes models TX-SR353, TX-NR555, TX-NR656 and the THX Select2 Plus certified TX-NR757. The last three receivers bring high-current Dynamic Audio Amplification and state-of-the-art features to the mid-range with Dolby Atmos decoding and are DTS:X-ready. They also support 4K UltraHD video and 4K upscaling; AirPlay, and Wi-Fi, with Google Cast, Tidal music streaming and the new FireConnect multi-room audio technology soon to come via firmware update (summer 2016).