Onkyo is best known for its strong tradition of audiophile-grade home theater gear. But the legendary Japanese hi-fi company is branching out, and just unveiled a massive-looking set of completely wireless earbuds at IFA in Berlin. They probably sound great, but like home theater components, you probably couldn’t go…
Like every other old school component audio company in the world, Onkyo is getting into the headphones game. Its first set, the ES-HF300 on-ear folding headphones, even nod to their heritage with earcups that look like volume knobs on Onkyo receivers. That's cute and clever, but we can't help but wonder if the…
Just like with Onkyo's HT-RC370 and HT-RC360 receivers, the TX-NR809 upscales to a resolution that's only on a handful of ludicrously expensive TVs and projectors. You'll be future-proofing yourself for a long, long, long, long, long time with this receiver.
Onkyo's new HT-RC370 and HT-RC360 receivers are pretty beefy—7.2 channel audio, THX certification on the former, wireless connectivity, and net radio streaming. But what really stands out is 4K video upscaling—so powerful, you can't even use it. Errr.
For over a year now, Spotify's been streamable on Sonos systems, but you weren't able to tinker with playlists on anything but a laptop or phone. Today that changes, with Onkyo home cinema receivers becoming compatible with Spotify Premium accounts, controllable on the TV interface. The TX-NR609 is the first receiver…
Pulling design cues from products of old, Onkyo is applying a 1980s aesthetic to their high-end line of home theater gear, which includes a power amp, preamp and CD player.
If you want a packaged home theater that'll soak your eyeballs in three-dee and fill your ears with THX-certified boom, Onkyo's HT-S9300THX will oblige. It has seven theater loudspeakers, a 12" sub, and works with all the latest 3D gear.
The Onkyo LPF10M01 could be the best digital picture frame ever. Why? Because thanks to a HDMI port, it's so much more than just a silly digital picture frame. Think of it as a 10-inch portable display.
The TX-SR608 receiver will be available in April for $599, just in time for pairing with a Panasonic or Samsung 3DTV, and with a whopping six HDMI inputs it's very well-specced for its price.
You want a serious home theater. One that will rattle the windows, and ensure movie night is always at your house. But you don't want to spend more than $600 on the thing that ties it together. Cuz you're smart.
Onkyo's new TX-SR607 receiver goes where no sound component has ever gone before by providing Dolby Pro Logic IIz, which gives you vertically-oriented sound in addition to the normal surround sound.
The new iMac is a pretty attractive machine, but a bundled TV Tuner, Blu-ray burner and an iPod dock would set the design over the top.
It's official: My money is gone. Electronics? Mortgage? Pants? No superfluous spending for me, thanks. I invested in life's two basic pillars: Food and booze. So, I can has flash memory for zero bucks? Yes.
We have few details. OK, we basically have no details. But Onkyo has announced that they'll be releasing a Blu-ray player "late" this year featuring Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding and 1080p video over HDMI. That's it. Not a lot. Oh, and that picture is just of their normal DVD player so don't go…