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192 kHz/32-bit D/A-Wandler

High-end 192 kHz/32-bit DACs enable the best possible reproduction of standard and high-definition audio formats.
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3D Ready

All Onkyo A/V receivers are capable of carrying high-resolution 3D video formats from source devices to your 3D-capable display via HDMI.
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4K Upscaling

Selected Onkyo receivers offer 4K (4096 x 2160) upscaling of standard video sources such as 480i/p, 720p, and 1080i/p. Interlaced-to-progressive conversion and scaling are performed by Qdeo video processing technology from Marvell. Qdeo uses algorithms to erase video noise and artifacts such as jaggies and feathering. Played back on a compatible wide-screen display, your content will look more detailed and cinematic than ever.

Note: 4K video playback requires a 4K-compatible TV. HDMI pass-through of 4K content from source devices is not supported. 4K upscaling of analog video is only available at 480i.

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AccuEQ

AccuEQ calibration technology reveals the true potential of your speakers by eliminating standing waves from your listening space. These acoustic peaks distort the audio image and prevent your loudspeakers from voicing the sound as their designers intended. AccuEQ lets you experience the whole sonic picture without changing your speaker system’s unique personality.
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AirPlay

Wireless Audio from your iOS device
AirPlay lets you stream audio from your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad directly to your main system. Experience your hand-held music collection with unrivalled Onkyo power and fidelity.

Stream computer-based audio wirelessly
With AirPlay, you can also stream every song and playlist from the iTunes library on your Mac or Windows PC to your compatible Onkyo system. iTunes and Onkyo—convergence without cables.

Remote App for computer-based audio
Using Apple’s free Remote app, you can turn your iOS device into a handy remote controller for your computer-based iTunes library. Browse to find your favorite tracks, even if you’re in a different room from your PC and hi-fi system.


A-OMF

The A-OMF speaker diaphragm fibers provide an extremely fast and accurate response. A-OMF incorporates a PEN (polyethylene naphthalate) layer with a flexible cotton weave. We then added an aramid layer to create New A-OMF.
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A-OMF Monocoque

A-OMF Monocoque shares the same composition as A-OMF, but features a one-piece cone construction covering center cap. In some lower quality speaker cones, unwanted vibration can come from the center cap. With A-OMF Monocoque construction, the center cap and woofer are covered by a single diaphragm, dramatically reducing vibration and improving audio accuracy.
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Audyssey 2EQ

Loudspeakers are specifically designed to deliver sound without distortion or coloration. Nevertheless, walls, furniture and other objects reflect and absorb sound, creating distortion that is unique to your own space. To counter this, Audyssey 2EQ corrects problems both in frequency response and in the time domain (where most of the problems lie), across the entire listening area. The results are immediately obvious—a clear, precise and natural sound.

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Audyssey Dynamic Volume?

This technology allows you to set the volume level that you want and keep it there, without having to constantly adjust it. By anticipating sudden spikes and dips in the audio soundtrack and compensating for them in real time, Audyssey Dynamic Volume ensures consistent volume levels, regardless of the content you’re enjoying. Thanks to Audyssey Dynamic Volume, quiet dialogue is easier to pick up, loud passages retain their impact, and commercials are less intrusive.


Audyssey DSX

Audyssey DSX lets you augment a standard 7.1-channel surround set-up with two “front wide” channels. Two extra speakers expand the width of the soundstage and help to produce a more realistic and immersive listening experience. Alternatively, Audyssey DSX can be configured to deliver “front height” channels. These channels carry non-directional audio that adds a new vertical dimension to your movies and games.


Audyssey Dynamic EQ?

Audyssey Dynamic EQ solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality at lower volumes. The professionals who create music and movies do so at reference levels much louder than typical home listening levels. When volume is reduced on a standard home theater receiver, the bass disappears, voices change, and the surround soundstage becomes less enveloping. As volume is adjusted on an A/V receiver with Audyssey Dynamic EQ, the best possible frequency response and surround levels are selected moment-by-moment. This results in an ideal listening experience at any volume level.

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Audyssey MULTEQ XT

Audyssey’s advanced MultiEQ XT room correction solution calibrates your speakers and equalizes your system to suit your room’s unique acoustics. With MultEQ XT, dialog becomes focused, sound effects precisely located, and soundstage more enveloping. The system applies 16x high-resolution equalization filters for satellites, and 128x filters for subwoofers, and features adaptive low-frequency correction as well as control of crossovers, polarity, delays, and levels.

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Audyssey MULTEQ XT32

MultEQ XT32 is Audyssey’s flagship room correction solution. The system collects data from ten thousand individual control points, allowing the finer details of a room’s acoustical problems to be corrected. The ultra high-resolution filters are applied to all channels, including the subwoofers. As well as creating a more harmonious soundstage, MultEQ XT32 helps locate directional effects in movie soundtracks and makes dialog more distinct. As Audyssey’s premium system, MultEQ XT32 applies 512x high-resolution filters both to satellites and subwoofers, as well as managing crossover, polarity, delays, and level settings.

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AVCHD

The increasingly popular AVCHD format employs the high-compression MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec to record and play back high-definition video that has typically been recorded by the end-user on a compatible camcorder.
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BD Live

BD-Live capabilities let you connect directly to the internet and access a variety of up-to-date content, such as movie previews, games, and live peer-to-peer interactions. The BD-Live specification also includes BonusView? features, such as picture-in-picture. This function lets you view a small video in the corner of the screen while the main feature plays in the background.
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Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a wireless transmission standard that uses short wave radio signals to connect mobile devices to computers and other compatible electronics.
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Blu-ray 3D

Immersive 3D video has been wowing audiences in cinemas around the world. Now you can enjoy the same incredible, you-can-almost-touch-it realism in the comfort of your own living room. With a compatible Onkyo BD player and a 3D-capable TV, you can play 3D video on Blu-ray and enter a new dimension of movies, documentaries, and more.
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Blu-ray Disc

Blu-ray Disc can hold up to 25 GB of video and audio content on a single-layer disc, and up to 50 GB on a dual-layer disc. Blu-ray Disc supports high-definition video content, as well as the latest codecs from Dolby Digital and DTS.
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BonusView

Compatibility with Bonus View enables support for picture-in-picture video and audio. This means you can take advantage of the interactive content encoded on selected Blu-ray Disc titles.
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Compatible with Windows 7

Onkyo devices sporting this logo have passed Microsoft’s stringent tests to guarantee compatibility with their operating system Windows 7. This compatibility allows users to stream audio content from their PC to a network-capable device.
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DAB+

DAB+ is based on the original DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) standard, but uses the more efficient MP4 or AAC+ codec, whereas DAB uses the older MP2 format. This allows equivalent or better subjective audio quality to be broadcast at lower bit rates, thereby allowing more stations to be added to a “multiplex”—meaning greater listening choice for the consumer. Most countries offering DAB now provide a DAB+ broadcasting service.
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DIDRC

Since the advent of digital audio, signal-to-noise ratios have improved dramatically. However, the S/N ratio reflects static noise only, and takes no account of another type of noise that occurs as the byproduct of sound reproduction—dynamic noise. To reduce this type of noise, Onkyo has developed DIDRC technology for use in our hi-fi components. Despite being beyond the normal range of human hearing, frequencies above 100 kHz are susceptible to clock pulse and other forms of distortion from digital devices. Such distortion in the super-high-frequency range can generate “beat interference”, which in turn affects the character or atmosphere of the original sound. By improving linearity and reducing distortion in the super-high frequency range, Onkyo’s new DIDRC technology effectively reduces perceptible noise and delivers clearer-than-ever audio.
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DivX

DivX is one of the world’s most popular video compression technologies. This software compresses video from virtually any source to a size where it can be transferred easily over the internet. With this technology it’s possible to compress a VHS tape down to 1% of its original size, or a DVD down to 10% of its original size, with minimal loss of visual quality.
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DivX HD

The DivX HD codec delivers stunning high-definition video in an extremely efficient and flexible format. High-compression DivX HD video files offer full 720p or 1080p resolution at a fraction of the file size of conventional HD video.
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dlna certified

Consumer electronics manufacturers established the DLNA standard to enable entertainment devices connected to a home network to share their content with one another directly, without the need for a complex set-up procedure.
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Dolby True-HD

Dolby TrueHD is Dolby’s next-generation lossless technology developed for high-definition disc-based media. Dolby TrueHD audio is bit-for-bit identical to the highest-resolution studio masters. Together with high-definition video, it offers an unprecedented home theater experience. Now listeners can enjoy sound as stunning as the high-definition picture.
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Digital Plus

Dolby Digital Plus provides the flexibility and efficiency to deliver more channels of compelling surround sound for high-definition video via cable and direct broadcast satellite (DBS), via disc-based media, and via online content. The superior coding efficiencies enable a high-quality multichannel audio experience without negatively impacting bit budgets allocated for video performance or additional feature sets.

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PRO LOGIC Iiz

Dolby Pro Logic IIz adds a vertical dimension to your home theater soundstage, delivering an expanded surround-sound experience from any 5.1-channel or stereo source. Dolby Pro Logic IIz enables the inclusion of two Front Height speakers into your surround-sound setup. The Height channels carry ambient, non-directional audio that helps immerse you even more deeply into your movies and games. With Dolby Pro Logic IIz, rain seems to burst from clouds right above you, and helicopters fly realistically overhead.
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Dolby Volume

Dolby Volume performs independent loudness adjustments to different frequencies and channels to produce a listening experience that includes all the dynamics of the original mix. It also enables users to enjoy a consistent playback volume for different input sources.
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DTS 2.0+Digital Out

DTS 2.0+Digital Out outputs DTS Digital Surround? audio streams to an external decoder, such as an A/V receiver or pre-amp/processor. It also downmixes the digital surround soundtrack for analog output and playback in a 2-channel environment.
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dts-HD

DTS-HD Master Audio? is capable of delivering audio that is bit-for-bit identical to the studio master. DTS-HD Master Audio? delivers audio at super-high variable bit rates—24.5 Mbps on Blu-ray Disc—which is significantly higher than standard DVDs. This bit stream is so fast, and the transfer rate is so high, that it can deliver 7.1 audio channels at a sampling frequency of 24 bits—identical to the original. With DTS-HD Master Audio?, you will be able to experience movies and music exactly as the artist intended: clear, pure, and uncompromised.
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dts-HD Master Audio Essential

Developed mainly for Blu-ray players, DTS-HD Master Audio Essential delivers lossless audio that is bit-for-bit identical to the original studio master soundtrack. It is fully backward-compatible with all DTS decoders, with the following exceptions: In the Blu-ray Disc format, it does not decode DTS Neo:6; and in the DVD format, it does not decode DTS 96/24, DTS-ES, DTS-ES Matrix, or DTS Neo:6.
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DTS-HD? Master Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio? is capable of delivering audio that is bit-for-bit identical to the studio master. DTS-HD Master Audio? delivers audio at super-high variable bit rates—24.5 Mbps on Blu-ray Disc—which is significantly higher than standard DVDs. This bit stream is so fast, and the transfer rate is so high, that it can deliver 7.1 audio channels at a sampling frequency of 24 bits—identical to the original. With DTS-HD Master Audio?, you will be able to experience movies and music exactly as the artist intended: clear, pure, and uncompromised.
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DTS-Neo:X

DTS Neo:X is one of the most advanced upmixing solutions for high-end home theater systems. The software expands stereo, 5.1, and 7.1 audio sources across up to eleven channels in a big variety of speaker configurations. Front Height speakers, for example, carry effects in the vertical dimension (such as planes flying overhead), but also elevate ambient sounds for more depth and realism. Front Wide speakers, on the other hand, expand the soundstage and offer smooth tracking of directional effects. DTS Neo:X provides three modes of operation, including cinema, music, and game.
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DVD Video

DVDs (sometimes known as "Digital Versatile Discs" or "Digital Video Discs") are optical discs that can be used for storing data and media, including movies with high-quality video and sound. DVD is the most widely used and popular video media available.
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HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)

Transporting high-definition (HD) video, 3D encoded HD video, and multi-channel HD audio, HDMI is the most desirable connection for home entertainment. Onkyo’s HDMI-enabled A/V components send and receive HD signals, connecting components such as Blu-ray Disc players, DVD players, media streamers, and gaming consoles to compatible HDTVs. Recent versions of HDMI also incorporate an ARC (Audio Return Channel) for sending audio from the TV tuner through the connected receiver, and for enabling the use of an overlaid high-definition GUI (Graphical User Interface) on Onkyo A/V receivers.
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HQV

The Vida VHD1900 (aktuelle Modelle) from HQV upscales lower-quality content to 1080p, and also enhances native high-definition sources. The chip employs multi-cadence tracking, expanded 12-bit color processing, and four-field motion-adaptive de-interlacing. Auto HQV? enhances the incoming image, while HQV StreamClean? cleans up compressed video from online sources by eliminating mosquito and block noise.
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InstaPrevue

Selected Onkyo A/V receivers feature licensed InstaPrevue visual input management technology by Silicon Image. InstaPrevue technology displays a series of thumbnail videos on screen representing the available content on devices connected via HDMI. The feature is accessed via the Home Menu screen. InstaPrevue technology makes switching HDMI inputs and choosing content much easier.
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ISF Video Calibration

ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) video calibration dramatically improves home theatre video by enabling sharper-focused, fuller-resolution images and a more accurate color balance. Turning your A/V receiver into a true video hub, this function ensures that every video source is independently calibrated for your connected high-definition display. Also, ISF video calibration has been shown to improve energy savings in displays and projectors by up to 50%.
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Java Powered

The Java Powered logo means that a component has passed Java’s rigorous tests and it is safe to use. So, when you see the Java Powered logo, you can expect a fun, engaging, interactive experience that Java technology delivers!
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JPEG

JPEG is a standardized image-compression mechanism for compressing full-color or gray-scale images, and it is most commonly used to store and view digital photographs on PCs. JPEG-capable players enable you to view images on larger screens.
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Made for iPod

When you see the “Made for iPod” logo, it means your Onkyo product has been specifically designed to interface with the Apple iPod via USB port, dock, or remote Universal Port. This mutual compatibility allows the user to control playback from the device using the Onkyo system remote controller. Users can also enjoy superior sound quality, as signals are transported in digital form—rather than analog—via the direct-digital connection on selected models.
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Made for iPod iPhone

The “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” logo on selected Onkyo products means they’ve been designed specifically to interface with these Apple devices via USB port, dock, or remote Universal Port. This mutual compatibility allows the user to control playback from the Apple devices using the Onkyo system remote controller. Users can also enjoy superior sound quality, as signals are transported in digital form—rather than analog—via the direct-digital connection on selected models.
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Made for iPod iPhone iPad

The “Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad logo means the Onkyo product was designed specifically to interface with these Apple devices. This compatibility allows the user to control playback using the Onkyo system remote controller while their iPod, iPhone, or iPad is recharged. Users can also enjoy superior sound quality, as signals are transported in digital form—rather than analog—via the direct-digital connection on selected models.
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Marvell Qdeo?Video Chip

On selected Onkyo receivers/players, interlaced-to-progressive video conversion and scaling are performed by high-quality Qdeo technology from Marvell. Qdeo is a versatile video processor that uses algorithms designed to erase video noise and artifacts such as jaggies and feathering. Played back on a compatible wide-screen display, your Blu-ray Discs and DVDs will look more detailed and cinematic than ever.
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MHL

MHL (Mobile High Definition Link) is an interface protocol allowing the connection of compatible portable electronic devices such as smart phones to A/V receivers. The protocol transports uncompressed 1080p video stored on smart phone for display on HDTV, with up to 7.1-channels of surround sound. On selected Onkyo network receivers, smart phones can be connected via a designated front-panel MHL/HDMI port. While officially ‘connection agnostic’, MHL cables commonly feature an HDMI plug and Micro USB connector. Once linked to an Onkyo network receiver, the user can control their smart phone using the system remote. Smart phones are recharged upon connection, and no separate power supply for the device is necessary while connected to the receiver.
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MP3

MP3 is a popular digital audio encoding and lossy compression format designed to greatly reduce the amount of data required to represent audio, yet still sound like a faithful reproduction of the original uncompressed source.
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Network

Connecting to your home network using a standard LAN cable, Onkyo network A/V receivers and network hi-fi components offer music streaming, internet radio, and access to PC-based audio with outstanding sound quality. DLNA 1.5-certified network connectivity has the added benefit of making firmware updates simpler than ever. Wireless networking is enabled with an optional UWF-1 Wireless LAN Adapter.
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Powered Zone 2

Selected Onkyo network receivers feature Powered Zone 2. Two additional surround channels may be assigned to send an amplified audio signal via a set of cables to stereo speakers in another room. An audio source from the receiver may be played back in either or both zones, or two different audio sources played in either room simultaneously.
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Powered Zone 3

Seven-Channel Onkyo Network A/V Receivers
Seven-channel network receivers allow the Front Height and Front Wide channel outputs to be assigned to connect speakers in Zone 2 and Zone 3. Users may easily distribute powered audio to either Zone 2 or Zone 3 without having to change inputs, and retain a five-channel home theater system in the main room. Up to three different audio sources may be distributed to all three zones simultaneously with the addition of a stereo amp in either Zone 2 or Zone 3, and using a corresponding Zone 2/3 line-out.


Nine-channel Onkyo Network A/V Receivers
Nine-channel receivers are able to power Zone 2 and Zone 3 simultaneously using the four additional surround channel outputs, while retaining a five-channel setup for home theater. The user can distribute up to three different audio sources from the receiver across all three zones without the need for an additional stereo amplifier.

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RDS (Radio Data System)

Since 1987, this system has simplified the tuning of programming of an increasing number of radio frequencies. Incorporated into radio receivers, the system selects programs and displays them on the receiver’s alpha-numerical display. Also, a microprocessor enables the receiver to determine the transmitter frequency that gives the best quality reception.
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RI (Remote Interactive)

Onkyo’s RI system lets you operate multiple RI-compatible components through a single remote control. RI capability also gives you further functionality with Onkyo’s Remote Interactive Dock for the iPod, including System On/System Off, Auto Power On, Auto Selector (Direct Change) and Timer functions.
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RIHD

For A/V receivers
Select Onkyo A/V receivers offer integrated system control with certain HDMI-compatible high-definition displays, DVD and hard-disk recorders, and Blu-ray Disc players. With one remote control, you can control certain functions, including Standby, Volume and Direct Change. These receivers can seamlessly integrate with other compatible playback components and displays.



For DVD players
RIHD also enables selected Onkyo players to easily integrate with compatible Onkyo A/V receivers and other compatible displays.
*Compatibility depends on respective model.

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Super Audio CD - Precision Clarity

Super Audio CD is a read-only optical audio disc aimed at providing digital audio reproduction with much higher fidelity than on regular CDs. Based on a digital audio technology called Digital Stream Data (DSD), Super Audio CD employs a sampling rate 64 times faster than PCM CD.
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Theater Dimensional

Onkyo's exclusive Theater-Dimensional circuitry takes the complexity out of conventional surround-sound setups and lets you experience the excitement of surround sound from as few as two ordinary speakers.
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THX I/S Plus

THX I/S Plus systems are ideal for small home theatres where the screen-to-seat viewing distance is approximately 2.5 meters. All components within the system—the receiver, speakers, and amplifier—are tested by THX to make sure they work harmoniously together. In addition to THX certification, each system comes with THX? Surround EX?;THX listening modes for music, movies, and games; and THX? Loudness Plus?, a new volume-control technology for low-volume listening.
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THX Select2 Plus

THX Select2 Plus components are ideally suited for a room where the screen-to-seat viewing distance is approximately 3 to 4 meters, and the room size is approximately 56 cubic meters. THX Loudness Plus is included in the specification.
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THX Ultra2

When a home theater component receives THX certification, it is your guarantee that it will accurately present movies the way they were mixed by the filmmaker in the studio. In the case of THX Ultra2 certification—the ultimate benchmark for home audio performance—a power amplifier must offer high-quality, high-output performance for multichannel playback in large rooms. Among the strict criteria that THX uses for judging the quality of a power amplifier are measurements of continuous power output, distortion levels, and heat generation.
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THX Ultra2 Plus

THX Ultra2 Plus components are ideally suited for a room where the screen-to-seat viewing distance is greater than 4 meters, and the room size is approximately 85 cubic meters. THX Loudness Plus is included in the specification.
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Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC)

Conventional D/A conversion methods reduce digital pulse noise at the conversion stage but can’t remove it completely. Previously only found on Onkyo’s high-end components, VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry)employs a unique D/A conversion circuit to overcome this problem. Data is converted between sampling points and these points are joined with analogue vectors in real-time to produce a smooth output wave form. The result - a virtually noiseless, smooth analogue signal based on the digital source.
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VL Digital

Up to now, pulse width modulation (PWM) has been used as an efficient method of amplifying audio signals. Theoretically, this method should result in accurate analog-to-digital conversion. In reality, “noise spikes” introduce errors into the inversion timing, making accurate conversion into pulse widths impossible. VL Digital works by charging and inverting analog input signals, and performing PWM proportional to the analog signal. The spike noise waveform is symmetrical, so the upper and lower portions of the waveform (their charge quantities) cancel each other out. This ensures accurate PWM at all times.
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Windows Media Audio (WMA)

A proprietary compressed audio file format developed by Microsoft. Copied to CD-R/CD-RW, they can be played through most audio systems.
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WRAT

WRAT is based around a low negative-feedback circuit topology that works to reduce signal noise and distortion across the frequency range. A “closed ground-loop circuit” design is employed, in which each circuit has a separate link to the power supply. This helps to cancel individual circuit noise and keep the ground potential free of distortion. High Instantaneous Current Capability (HICC) enables WRAT amplifiers to immediately cancel the speakers’ reflex energy and instantaneously send out the next signal. The same high current better manages speaker impedance fluctuations, which can negatively affect performance.
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Zone 2

Onkyo A/V receivers feature a Zone 2 line-out that allows an audio source to be distributed to another room equipped with an amplifier and speakers. Users can play the same audio source in both rooms, or play different sources in both rooms simultaneously.
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Zone 3

In addition to a Zone 2 line-out, selected Onkyo A/V receivers feature a Zone 3 line-out that allows an audio source to be distributed to a third room equipped with an amplifier and speakers. Users can play up to three audio sources across three zones simultaneously.