Onkyo HT-S5100 Home Theater in a Box: 7.1 Surround and Acoustic Room Calibration For $579

Onkyo's best new entry level HTiB setup has a 7.1 surround is notable for having room correction tech. I'm pretty sure its rare to find a low end system that can adjust gain and delay on all channels to calibrate itself to a room's acoustics. The receiver included is the DTS/Dolby capable HT-R560, with 3 HDMI inputs,… »4/18/08 11:03pm4/18/08 11:03pm


Sony STR-DG920 Receiver Handles 110 Watts Per Channel, 1080p and 24Hz

Sony's latest STR-DG920 receiver looks nice (it's got a similar look to my cheap-o Sony receiver in a box and other Sony receivers), but has plenty of functionality as well. There's the 7.1 channel support, 1080p + 60/24Hz, four HDMI ports (woo!), Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD, dts High Resolution Audio, dts HD… »2/26/08 3:01am2/26/08 3:01am

Onkyo TX-NR905 Super Receiver: Same Reon-HQV Scaler as Top Blu-ray Machines

Click to viewOnkyo's got a press event today—in Jersey City, of all places—where they're showing off their top-line TX-NR905. The most important thing you should know about the NR905 (and 875) is that it uses a Reon-HQV video processor. That's the same processor that the Samsung BD-P1200 Blu-ray and the Toshiba HD-XA2… »4/24/07 2:53pm4/24/07 2:53pm

Denon AVC-1930 Home Theater Receiver with HDMI, 1080p Switching

Denon introduced its AVC-1930, a 150-watt 7.1 amplifier with two HDMI inputs, and one HDMI output for that 1080p HDTV monitor. Attach its little puck-shaped microphone, and it automatically sets up its equalization to match your room's acoustics. And if you get sick and tired of all that crispy 1080p video, plug your… »9/18/06 9:41am9/18/06 9:41am