Onkyo

Onkyo Corporation, a Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer, started in 1946 under the name Osaka Denki Onkyo. The company is specialising in premium audio equipment, including surround sound speakers, AV receivers, and portable devices. Onkyo means “sound harmony.” The current Onkyo Corporation includes the Integra and Integra Research divisions.

In March 2015, Onkyo bought Pioneer Corporation’s Home Electronics Corporation, which produces Blu-ray players, home cinema amplifiers, and other AV products. Pioneer, in return, took a 15% stake in Onkyo. Currently, the Ohtsuki family remained the largest shareholders of the company, with an approximately 26% stake.

Specialised Products

 

From state-of-the-art home theatres to multi-room music systems, Onkyo has a wide variety of receivers for users to buy. The company has 9.2 and 11.2 options that permit you to create surround sound environments in more than one room. This ensures that the guests inside your house are treated to the same high-quality output of the music no matter where they roam. In this instance, you want to make sure that the receiver has comprehensive zone controls that let you assign some particular performance parameters to every available channel.

Having the Onkyo THX-Certified receiver ensures that your room lives up to the standards. In fact, the system was developed by Lucasfilm to ensure that the movie “The Return of the Jedi” screened with the highest audio quality available at that time. The company did its best to push the boundaries of professional audio to new heights.

It is also possible to hook up things to your home theatre-like game consoles, streaming boxes, cable boxes, and more so you can switch among sources without swapping any plugs. You might also want a phono input if you are using a new receiver for music enjoyment. Using this will ensure that your receiver has the built-in phono preamp that a player needs to function properly.

Onkyo’s AV receivers generate much interest. Three of the surround amps that have been sold to many customers are the TX-SR393, TX-SR494, and TX-NR505. The key features of these surround sound apps are the DTX Virtual and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualiser. Both technologies create 3D virtual sound and height effects for systems that lack multiple speakers.

The debut of these devices featured the user-selectable Vocal Enhancer mode, which can adjust the vocal frequencies. The Zone B line-out in these surround amps allows the passing of inputted audio with an analogue RCA audio input to any component.

All have six HDMI inputs that can cater to all the HD and Ultra HD sources. It can also support 24-bit video pass-through, 4K/60p, and HDR (HLG, HDR10, and Dolby Vision). The Dual HDMI outputs also provide added flexibility while the amplifier can even upscale all your definition sources to 4K if needed.

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