The Onkyo TX-NR5100 has a network A/V receiver with a 5.1 channel.
👤It was easy to set up. The receiver worked great for 24 hours before it malfunctioned and wouldn't do anything. The "NG" errors are fatal if you read the manual and online documentation. The component blew when the popping happened. I checked all the wiring and it was fine. My previous receiver was an Onkyo and I never had issues with it, so I ordered another one hoping this is a one-off. I will be without a receiver on my time off recovering from surgery until Friday because Amazon is refusing to expedite shipping. I may have to cancel or order elsewhere. If I keep the order through Amazon, I will update the review after seeing how the replacement does. I paid for a new one and chose to get a refund for the dead one, so they don't have to wait to ship the new one to get the fastest possible receipt.
👤I have been trying to get the support team to help me with the problem for days, no help or response.
👤This receiver has the ability to display high definition content. It will pass through vrr 4k 120hz, but the handshake issues make it difficult to use. The switch on the receiver was slow. It took forever to go from game fullscreen to the desktop. It took forever to go from one input to another. The HDMI switch is very fast after Onkyo released a firmware update. I would like that to be the only issue. There are serious handshake issues. I usually have no sound when I start a game. You can see the receiver blinking the speaker indicators off and on as it tries to find a sound signal. It never does. The only way to get sound is to change the resolution on the game and then have the sound come on. When the game asks if I want to keep the new resolution, I cancel and go back to the one I wanted. I would begrudgingly accept this if it were the only issue. It is not. I can get sounds to work in the game if I switch inputs and back, or if I connect three HDMI cables. There are all annoying solutions. I can't access the UEFI on my PC because the handshake is so bad. It won't show video inn. The loading screens on the PC won't be displayed. I need to connect my PC to my TV in order to do anything. My previous Denon receiver had no issues on the same PC and TV. I upgraded to this because it was a downgrade of a receiver. The first firmware was able to speed up the HDMI switch. I'm hoping that a firmware update will address this handshake. This is a one star product and the last one I ever buy. Stay away, like the title says. Far away.
👤Fantastic product. It's easy to use a remote. Speaker connections on the rear are strange. There is some work that needs to be done. Even when using a low-latency set of headphones, there were still sync issues with vocals. The manual warns that not all of the sources for back music may be available with the headphones. Not a dealbreaker. I had to get an external device to run it through the Zone B hookup. A good buy and definitely worth the money.
There is a playback in the movie. The next-generation audio codec from DTS is called Dolby Atmos and it uses object-based audio to enable new interactive audio experiences. Bluetooth is a company. You can connect your phone, PC, or tablet to the receiver with the help of the technology. Whenever the smart receiver sees an incoming audio stream, it starts playing. DOLBY ATMOS. Without using additional surround or height speakers, the virtual surround and height effect can be created. 5.1.2ch. The personal preset. Press the personal preset button on the front panel for three seconds to change your settings. Up to three preset can be called up from the front panel button or remote control. RANGE CONTROL. You can use the up/down key on the remote control to make independent volume adjustments to the range, including dialogues in films, with this unique mid-range sound control feature.
👤I have a VSX-1130 in my living room and I really like it. I wanted to buy one for my basement, but didn't want to spend a lot. The price is 3 times the price of the 1130 I can't tell the difference in sound. The 1130 has bells and whistles, but the 534 is light and easy to set up. What else would you like? The sound from the 534 blew away the old Onkyo I replaced. Very happy. I would have gotten the 534 instead of the 1130 if I could do it over. Very happy. I replaced my old receiver with a cheaper one in my living room. It sounds better. Still very happy with it.
👤This is a fine piece of equipment if you don't need to use the HDMI connection to your TV. I needed the ARC capability when I bought this to use with my new TV. When the receiver is turned off, the signal will pass through. Problems exist with it on or off. I have a satellite input to the receiver and the ARC connected to it. There is an audio delay when you pause a tv show and start again. When you channel surf or change channels, the output to the tv becomes scrambled and you will lose the output altogether. I had to stop using the tv receiver because it was so bad. It took me a while to realize that the problem was the AV receiver and that I should have connected the tv directly to the satellite box. I missed the 30 day return so I'm stuck with the problem.
👤If you have small space, you're a great receiver. I own a huge Pioneer VSX that is twice the size and weight of the 534. If it's too big to fit in a cabinet. If there is plenty of power and features, a smaller surround can fit anywhere. Unless you wire the unit to the TV to complete setup, you cannot get out of setup mode. I didn't want to use the receiver to run my TV. I only wanted to use an optical connection. I had to run the TV, DVD and Echo through the receiver after the TV prompt. The main front speaker connection allows for 14 gauge wire while the center and back channels speaker ins only allow 16 gauge wire.
👤I wanted to test this receiver out for a while before I submitted a review. I'm very happy with this Pioneer. This was a great upgrade to my old Kenwood 5.1, which did not support the new DTS, and which was replaced by a slightly newer Yamaha that bit the dust after a power surge. I don't like to listen to music but I do like the fact that a receiver can belt out music and a picture with no distortion. The receiver delivers on both fronts. Older and newer CDs are clear. The dialog is clear while the movies boom through my subs. I wish they put a second slot on the front of the device for quicker, more convenient firmware updates and simple mp3 players. Follow the instructions carefully. The website gives more information on the steps, but they require you to turn off HDMI. If you need a receiver in a pinch, this Pioneer is worth the money because it is well worth the money. I put a couple of AC fans on top of the receiver to keep it cool. The previous Yamaha I owned was so hot I could fry an egg. I'm not taking any chances with this one. This application is where the receiver shines, because I bought an Lg UBK80 4k player. The sound of Ex Machina was amazing, with clear dialogue and booming lows of the soundtrack. The explosions boomed when I watched the 4k version of Aquaman. When the Atlanteans shot off in the ocean, my room shook. I am using a Sony sub and a Yamaha sub with Bose surround sound. The receiver made everything shine. For the first time, I could tell that I had surround speakers.
There is a Canal. The home theater receiver from the Pyle is perfect for your system. It gives you 1000 watt peak power to be used for speakers and subs. The Bible has a Bluetooth-compartment. The professional integrated high powered stereo receiver is equipped with a wireless music streamer. It works with smart phones, iPad, and computers with hassle-free receiver pairs. The 4K Ultra HD TV support is included in the digital amplifier box. You can connect and stream audio/video from external devices. There are EQ controls. 2 14” mic inputs are included in the home amplifier. Next generation audio technology and controls for echo, bass, treble, microphone and volume adjustments are included. A digital display. The home theater surround sound receiver system has a built-in display. Features front panel control center and over current protection. Includes remote control.
👤I don't like the bright blue light when the unit is on, but I hate it when you turn it off with the remote. Looks like the cops are outside your window. The only way to stop it is to push the "off" button on the unit. Who was the "bright" idea? I don't like the fact that you have to cycle through the menu to get to HDMI every time you turn it on, and it seems like it should remember where it was and go back to that. You have to go through several different options to get to HDMI and the desire TV picture, and then switch to a different sound option because it sounds like static on the HDMI. It's ok once it's on, but I wouldn't buy it again. I would never have bought this unit if I had seen it in a store.
👤If you really want a bright blue light that never goes off when you turn off the unit, then you should not buy this unit. When I inquired about the indicator on their website, they only said it was a backup. There was no solution offered. I wanted to save a few local stations for preset. There is no information in the manual or online. The online support person didn't know the answer to the fundamental question, so I was told to create a ticket to advanced support. I don't like returning items, but this one may be the last one. Terrible support. Very annoying.
👤The unit works well. The price is great. The remote doesn't seem to work beyond 10 feet if you want to change a setting. The blue light on the button could be turned off. The light was covered with white tape.
👤This review was good. I would have given it a great rating, but a few things weren't as I thought. The surround sound is not a real sound. It doesn't do digital. It doesn't support DTS. The blue ray player won't play the video with the sound on. The sound is similar to a card in bicycle spokes. If I turn off the surround on the TV and use an optical cable to connect my stuff to the TV, it will work. Quality sound can be heard to 5 channels. I paid less for this unit. A unit with all the neat stuff for surround sound would cost a lot. I would make sure my friend knew that the receiver doesn't do real surround sound.
👤It is easy to hook up components.
👤One speaker output was bad and would output static. Returned immediately for a new unit. Any output of 5.1 would only output static. We're outside of the 90 day window, so we won't refund or replace now. Terrible customer service. Avoid this at all costs.
👤I didn't buy this receiver thinking I would get something great. I needed a budget receiver for the guest house. The build is fairly solid, but the sound quality is okay, the display is dim, and the blue power light is too bright. I returned the first one because I thought they were defects, but the replacement one does the same things.
The sound at home is comparable. You can enjoy your favorite shows and movies in the comfort of your home. Multi-dimensional and object-based surround sound is delivered by the two audio companies. 4K quality with support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, and hybrid Log Gamma provides greater and clearer color, contrast, and brightness. Get connected with 4 in/1 out HDMI each and 1 optical and coaxial digital and analog audio connections. The auto calisbration is done. Advanced D.C.A.C. adjusts the audio in every room. The smarter connected. You can use your phone to turn on the receiver. The receiver is 5 feet tall to fit into most cabinets.
👤I would recommend this receiver to anyone that is looking for an entry level receiver for a basic setup. There are a few quirks that you should know about before buying. 1. There isn't support for HDMI. This might not matter to most people, but it should be mentioned. If you don't know what CEC is, it allows devices connected to the receiver to turn the receiver off and on at the same time. The process of calibrating is terrible. I've tried different mics in different places, but they all sound terrible. It always sets the subs to the lowest setting and messes with the distances between the speakers. You will end up with a better sounding system if you just do all of that yourself. I'm using this receiver in a 5.1 setup. The setup sounds pretty darn good after I adjusted it. I have no issues with a 2016 4K Samsung TV and an Apple TV 4k.
👤I was surprised that there wasn't a feature for eARC. I realized my purchase was outdated after checking Sony's website. To upgrade to the latest version of the software. The eARC feature is provided by 1.171 for the STR-DH790. If you want to enable the feature on your PS4 you will need this software. The Sony site explains why you should care about eARC, and how the new eARC feature adds support for the latest audio formats. The eARC feature allows you to enjoy object audio content that cannot be transmitted with the ARC function. This doesn't support the CEC, according to someone in an earlier review. You may need to enable it on your TV to get it to work, for example the TCL 6 series requires you to enable it in the TV settings. It sounds great and it looks great. I updated to the new high speed Amazon cables and they passed through everything just fine. Older cables may not support the higher GBPS. I love that this supports both. The price is a great value. The user interface is a Cons. It sucks. Sorry. The on Amp Menu is very quirky to navigate and not very user friendly. The plug for calibrating the speakers was useless and gave me random errors on my speakers even though they worked well.
👤This unit is referred to as a 7.2 RECEIVER. It is not. They told me it was 7.1. There is a printed version of 7.2 in the sales material. There is a false advertisement.
👤Everything works without a problem. There is more than enough speaker for an indoor home application. The $1200 denon ffs are not worth it.
👤This is the first receiver I have ever bought. The cheapest 4k receiver that supports dolby atmos was this one. It's only $200. I don't need chromecast or anything in the $500 models because I am hooking this up to a computer. I have a set of 10 year old 5.1 pioneer speakers that I have from my old ps3 and xbox 360 audio rig. They were connected to the Sony receiver. What a difference a receiver makes. Those speakers sound better. I give it an A for sound quality. I don't like the fact that when I change it to radio, it will turn the output of the TV off and you have to go to the radio page. I connected it to my computer. I can't listen to the radio at the same time as I surf the net. I have a $200 sound card in my computer. The sound is better from the sound card. For playing games and listening to music, I'll use my sound card, but you need to use a hdmi cable. I picked this up instead of the logitech. It was very close to getting the logitech. I've been using it for over 10 hours and the heat it emits is barely noticable. I believe my breathe creates more heat than it does.
The peak power of the Pyle 5 Channel Hifi Audio Amplifier is 100 watt. You can enjoy crisp and high quality amplified audio with low distortion and acoustic accurate audio reproduction. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The small personal integrated indoor stereo receiver has a wireless music streamer. It works with today's latest devices, including laptops, computers, and phones. The professional Hi Fi amplifier supports many external devices. 5 sets of spring loaded speaker terminal connections are included. Front control panel. The amplifier has a built in display with buttons for functions such as input, volume, and surround, as well as a built in display with buttons for functions such as standby, tuner, and surround. There are EQ controls. The multi purpose 5 channel compact home theater digital stereo receiver box has buttons for audio adjustment. The remote control is for easy distant audio adjustments. Refer to the Technical Specification for User Manual for more information.
👤I would have given this 5 stars, but the inputs gave a bad sound output. I had the same issue with a Chinese unit. I am using this as a media center and the TV/Android TV Box are my only sound sources, so it was an option. The sound is crystal clear. One unit had a remote volume that was down after 1.5 years, but it works fine and feels solid. The remotes are $36 a pop. I used a universal remote that I learned from. You can control the volume settings for surround, center, and main with the remote. You can control bass and treble. All my settings were retained when the system was reset. This is connected to a power strip that shuts everything off when the TV is turned off. I was a little nervous because of the other reviews. Not an issue for what I received. I'm assuming they addressed the issues with later versions or the reviewers received faulty units. I prefer a lower volume setting because I don't want my speakers or THUMP my subs to blast. The unit came with a lot of instructions. It has a low-intensity blue display and doesn't distract when watching movies. It's the perfect size to fit on top of my sub and has rubber feet. I didn't assume something this small could drive an unpowered sub because my powered sub works with the high-pass speaker wires. I am using satellite speakers and a dual cone center channel speaker. The power of this makes it loud for a home theatre system. I don't expect this to work with large stereo speakers, and would cause distortion if you tried to use it as a pre-amp. It's never a good idea to amplify a signal. I would have been angry if I didn't have the option to use the HDMI option. The only thing that the HDMI can do is audio pass-through, it is not a receiver. I have to buy an HDMI splitter as I can't use it to switch between audio sources since I only use HDMI. Both units have issues now. One connects when it wants to and the other doesn't. One unit has issues with HDMI sound, where you have to cycle the inputs when you first start your show, or when you pause your show, or both. Only one source is connected.
👤This product was perfect for the bedroom. If you don't do the homework, you will be disappointed if you buy a surround system with Boom-Box volume. The reviewer who helped me decide to purchase this product was the same one who helped me with my application. I have setup a 27 inch TV in my bedroom with a single HDMI input and a streaming stick. I wanted better sound in my bedroom than my TV could provide. The sound system in the entertainment room was supposed to be louder than the bedroom's. I had spare Bose speakers that I wanted to use for the bedroom TV setup. The amplifier fit my application perfectly. I wired using 16-gauge wire. The two Bose speakers were put into the amplifier, the Roku stick was put into one of the two HDMI inputs, and the other end of the cable was put into the TV. I connected an F-Type female plug wire antenna to the amplifier to use the built-in radio when I'm not watching TV. I have not used the AUX inputs yet. I have been using the above setup for a month and I am very pleased with it. When the volume-dial is set to mid-way, the amplifier can drive the Bose speakers with enough power. I can use the input mode on the stick to stream video. The Bose speakers have better sound quality than the TV speakers. There are no issues with voice not being synchronized. There is a The amplifier's remote control is very easy to use. The instructions are very clear about how to operate the system. The amplifier unit has all the controls on it, as well as the remote. I added a wire antenna to the amplifier to pick up the radio stations. The amplifier has a lot of memory. The amplifier has a feature that works well. I connected my laptop to the amplifier. The Bose speakers had a better sound than the laptop speakers. The connection to my phone was easy to make. The low-cost unit that the Pyle PFA540BT amplifier is built for has a small footprint. It is on my bedroom furniture. I have not configured my bedroom entertainment system for surround sound, but it provides the option of connecting up to five speakers and a sub-woofer. I am very happy with the purchase I made, I chose the correct product for my application.
The power of 1000W pee power. The Pyle 5. 2 channel hi-fi home theater receiver is perfect for your home entertainment system. It gives you 1000W peak power, which can be used for speakers and subs. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The professional integrated high powered stereo receiver is equipped with a wireless music streamer. It works with today's latest devices with hassle Free receiver pairing. 4K Ultra HD TV, 3D and Blu Ray video pass-through support is provided by the AV digital amplifier box. There are EQ controls. The home amplifier has two mic inputs. Next-gen audioDSP sound processing technology and controls for echo, bass, treble, microphone, and volume adjustments are included. The home theater surround sound receiver system has a built-in display. The front panel control center is integrated over the current, short circuit and over-voltage protection.
👤A review is just an experience. It was bought in October of 2019. No surround sound. Is it possible to have a DVD player and a video output? Not HD? It looks like only a preamplifier. Half of my audio stopped. I contacted the vendor through Amazon. They gave me a website for the return of warranty. The shipping was going to be $30-40 each way, and the forms wanted my credit card, but I spent over $200 on the unit. I could pay return postage. The week will turn around. I decided to either fix it or destroy it. Not likely to buy another. Just my experience.
👤The previous model was great. It lasted about 2 years. We had some issues with the supplier after ordering this one. An issue was quickly resolved after we got an Amazon supervisor involved. It sounds better than the BA model when we get the correct version. The speaker quality is strong. I'm sure we'll enjoy many years of quality sound from our home theater system, we've received 4 replacements so far. The bass-signal lights inop were faulty and had a sticker on the box that said it was the new model. They called their company and were told they had a faulty unit and should call Amazon. On the 4th, Daniel held a 3 way call with the Pyle co. JR lied to Daniel until he realized I was on the call. He said something. Oh yes. I spoke with JR 15 minutes earlier. I called 48 hours later after JR said someone wouldn't call me in 24 hours. Someone would call in 24 hours. I got a call from a lady who said that my antenna was not good and that I should not send another unit. I resisted. The antenna was attached to a receiver. It is fine. I wanted a credit card. She had a 3 way relationship with Amazon. He refused to give us credit. The Amazon rep Eric apologized to me and arranged for a physical pickup at our home, he couldn't believe how the PYLE rep acted. The PYLE should be removed from Amazon's site. The PILE was delivered to our home. Thanks to Daniel and Eric! We ordered a Yamaha from Amazon and it works great with our existing car. Stay away from the products. The product and the support from PYLE are a problem.
👤The ad is not accurate. I was one of the many who fell for the value of this product. If you miss your return window, it's worse. The manufacturer wants you to think about assisting them. It was definitely taken on the chin with this item. There were static and distorted sounds. Don't waste time or money.
👤The power delivery of the Preamp is very good. The cheap Boytone Multi player is combo Cassette, CD, TT, player via the speaker output jacks. Aux. In jacks. This is a very good value for $200. It is sturdy and well built. The falli g is short of 5 stars because of the noise generated by the Pyle. It has a nice bonus, but it is a bit noisey. I haven't tested the Radio orBT functions yet. The controls are confusing and have too many buttons. I can tolerate the unit's Glitzy look with knobs and lights, but it may be a little over the top for some. What are the controls for Bass and Treble? The operating manual is convoluted and offers little instructions. The manual does not show the rear panel of my unit. The remote control's function description is not clear. I am using a self powered Sub Woofer, even though I am using a Pyle Preamp to deliver stereo music from my Bookshelf speakers. The front panel of the Pyle has a volume control knob. I like that. It is doing the job to my satisfaction so far. It's not a Onkyo, Yamaha, Denon, but it's a very satisfactory product for my purpose, and aside from some noise, it doesn't really resonance as you turn up the volume. I also bought a Pioneer XA10 Receiver. After playing it for a while, it started to emit loud noises through the speakers. Triple checked all the connections against the unit but it still delivered a terrible distortion. The Pioneer is going back. The Pioneer was almost indiscernable in its sound and the Pyle had a very loud sound. The sudden crackling and distortion of the unit told me there was something wrong with it. Hope this helps. I'll try to update the review comments after some more use. Stay safe.
155 watt per channel. 4K/60p and HDR are supported. The film is called x-play. The height virtualizer and the DTS virtual are included. The accureflex and the accueq have subs.
👤Gamers! If you can't get 4k or 10 to pass through your system, you can use the power button to enhance the channel. Where in the manual do they tell you this? Hold the dvd button down and you will see the receiver switch from std to ench. Your welcome!
👤I wanted to upgrade from my stereo receiver to an A/V system after purchasing a new TV. I decided on this model after doing a lot of research. I had it for about two weeks. The sound is amazing with my Yamaha 5.1 speaker system. I would like to address some things. I went through the initial setup process and realized that my sub wasn't working. I tried to set it up again and realized that on the first screen it shows the sub but not on the subsequence screens. I called tech support and it was answered in under two minutes. This response was typical of every call I made. I was told to return it after walking through the setup. I decided to try a few things first. I thought the speakers were out of phase because I had a hard time figuring out which wire was the negative wire. I turned the amplifier up. It had been the same for a long time. The issue was fixed by one or both of these things. I don't think I'm getting all the sound possibilities listed for this unit. Tech support says it's my device. The 4K Amazon firestick should be able to provide all of those sources. The remote. The remote is moving. The receiver has four HDMI ports. The buttons on the remote correspond to the ports. "TV" is listed on one of the buttons. I want to go to live t.v. when I watch the firestick. The t.v. button does nothing. I have to change the input on the receiver remote by putting it down. To get back to the firestick, I have to change the input on the t.v., pick up the remote and push the correct button. On my old system, I could just hit "return" and it would return to the last item used. It's difficult when you are flipping back and forth. I called tech support and was told that the remote was not a universal one. He couldn't explain why the buttons were there. I don't know what the other buttons are for, since I only got a quick start pamphlet. The most important part is that it delivers great sound, superior to my stereo system.
👤This is a budget receiver. I didn't want a lot of bells and whistles to get lost in, just something simple and intuitive. You need to learn about the sound adjustments and experiment with them. I have a 2.1 setup with two large towers and a 10-inch sub. I prefer to set up the sound myself rather than using the supplied microphone. The Level Calibration allows you to adjust the volume of each speaker set. The line-level out port is something I like about this receiver. That adds to the flexibility of the unit. I use that port to connect my headphones. The remote control is easy to use. I recommend this receiver to anyone looking for a low-cost option that doesn't require a lot of bells and whistles. It is easy to use and sound good.
The 300 watt peak power of the Pyle Digital AM/FM stereo receiver makes it perfect for your PA, karaoke and home entertainment system. The personal digital amplifier box has 8 inputs, 2 microphone inputs, 2RCA inputs, 2 speakers, and a CD player. The Integrated Indoor house stereo receiver has a hassle free receiver and works on today's latest devices. The sound amplification device has buttons for audio sources and a button for the mic, which are illuminated in the dark. The amplifier has a built in digital display meter which displays all the functions and input used, and also includes a remote control for distant audio adjustments.
👤I got this to use as a replacement stereo for an old unit that stopped working and also to make a cheap rig to jam my bass at home. I had to take my real rig back and forth from the jam pad. This isn't pro equipment, and I'm rating it as a low budget gadget. The sound quality is pretty good and the stereo is loud enough for where I'm at and what I need. There were no complaints about sound quality. It was better than I expected. It has a built-in fan that is a little noisy if it goes, but it's not an issue to me. It's pretty handy. I use it to learn and play music. When I'modling around, I've hooked up some drum loops to play along with. The bass sounds decent. I usually don't push it hard. Making the thunder is half the fun. I got a pretty gnarly tone after messing with the EQ and was rattling every window in the house. It's not something I would take to a gig, but it's great for making noise and playing at home or to get a jam session with friends. I got more bang for my buck than I would have gotten if I had bought a combo practice amplifier. I may use it to record a home recording. I might not mess with it. I think it's cool that it's there. You can plug into this thing, too. I've had it for a month or so and it's been great. I got it for certain uses. I got this as an open box, like a new deal. I didn't have high hopes because it seemed too cheap. I'm going to give it a 5 star because it's too good to be true. I hope it doesn't stop working in a couple weeks and make me come back to take away the praise I'm Pyling on. What did I do there?
👤This amplifier had been given 5 stars before. This review is being graded to 1 star. The on/off power button has a short in it. The power button needs to be pressed many times. I purchased this unit on August 28, 20 and it malfunctioned on October 25, 20. The manufacturer has given me a warranty. I attached the receipt to the previous email as you requested in response to the 3rd email from the customer service warranty dept. My name is not e on the end. It is not Michael. Your product has been reviewed by me on Amazon. I recommend that no one buy this product or any other product from Pyle since it stopped working 8 weeks after it was purchased. The lack of a customer service warranty department gave me the run around to resolve the issue with the receiver. You can ignore the warranty request. We bought a Yamaha receiver after we put the Pyle one out for trash. The Yamaha should have been purchased first. This is what happens when you buy a cheap product from a company that doesn't have a track record of quality. Thanks for nothing. I contacted Amazon customer service and they gave me a discount via Amazon gift card to use on my next purchase. I would like to thank Amazon for taking care of me.
You can enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and more in the comfort of your home with Cinematic Sound at Home. S Force PRO delivers virtual surround sound with only a 2 speaker setup. You can use your phone to stream music and use a Standby turn on the receiver. A multi function system includes a multi channel stereo setup, a radio tuner and a headphone jack. There are 4 stereo Rca audio inputs and 2 digital audio outputs. In the box is a microphone, remote control, batteries, and a wire antenna. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog.
👤I never leave a bad review, but this receiver did not allow for the full experience of the game. If I plugged my TV into my XBOX One X, it would be capable of playing both video and gaming. The build quality is good, but the lack of AUX-in was disappointing. I picked up the Yamaha after returning the Sony. It's $50 cheaper, has tons of more features, and has an AUX-in feature that I've wanted for years, and it passes the tests of both Dolby Vision and HDR10 correctly. Pick up the Yamaha, you'll be happy you did.
👤I put together a simple 5.1 surround system in my small den based on a Yamaha amplifier that started to go a little weird - it would turn itself on and off, sometimes wouldn't allow volume control from a remote, and sometimes wouldn't have picture resolution dropped. The sound was pretty decent. I decided to swap out the amplifier for the Sony one. Wow, what a change! It was easy to set up and calibrate. The sound stage is very detailed. It makes my speakers sparkle with clarity and crispness. I'm not a snob and my ears can still see a huge improvement in movie watching at a cheaper price. You will like this amplifier.
👤Great inputs. Good power. 60hz pass through. The enhanced HDMI option can be enabled. Arc control. I like it. The surround left channel is dead. The receiver died not even two years after the event. I'm disappointed, and that's coming from a Sony fan. My last receiver was from Sony. This was brought down from 5 stars to 2 by me. I think I'm buying a Denon.
👤I have an old entertainment system with a center and surround set that I use this unit to drive. The unit sounds good even with questionable speakers. I listen to my music on my phone. I use it. I know that makes many people cringe. I used the automatic calibration to set this up. Mozart's 25th was put on by selected music surround. My wife could hear how much better this setup was. Everything was in balance. It had a rich sound and clear highs. The surround did not sound fake. It was like sitting in an orchestra pit. It sounded great to have DVDs and cable TV. I can't hear the voices. The Movie HD-Digit setting is clear and easy to understand. There is a night mode that makes it easier to understand voices. The unit works great out of the box. It is powerful enough for a small home office, and I have it set up there. If you want to annoy the neighbors, you might need a bigger unit. I am very pleased with this purchase, and I love it.
👤Sony got it right. The receiver has 4K and HDR pass-through. The inputs are 2.2 compliant. It is easy to set up. The power is at 145W per channel. It will expand to 5.1 soon if you hook it up to a couple BIC tower speakers and a Dayton Subwoofer. There is no rush because the Front Surround feature really makes 2.1 sound like real surround. I couldn't be more happy with my purchase because it's heavy and built like a tank so it should last. The seller was praised for ordering on Monday and being delivered on Wednesday.
160 watt per channel. 4K/60p and HLG are supported. 5.1.2-ch audio and video. The Virtual:X and the Height Virtualizer are from the same company. The AccuReflex and AccuEQ have subwoofers.
👤When the PS4 Pro is connected to the TV, the option for 4K RGB is disabled, as you can see in the picture, and the frequencies for HDR are not the max, but when the PS4 Pro is connected directly to the TV. Check the message that says to check the TV settings. If you are going to use it for games, get something else. When I try a game, I get a warning that the game will play at 2K, but I don't see it because the TV isn't the receiver.
👤I have a set up in my home theater that is awesome. 2 front speakers, 2 ceiling pivot speakers, 2 rear surround speakers, 1 center channel, and 1 subwoofer are all expected to be upgraded soon. I've seen a lot of people flaunt their 2 and 3 thousand dollar setup but this receiver does exactly what it is intended to do and I have been buying Onkyo products for years and have not been disappointed yet. It can drive my speakers without being loud, and it can reproduce the sound of the movies in Dolby Atmos. My only regret is that I didn't get a 7. A receiver. I wanted to add 2 more speakers to the theater seating area. Maybe upgrade later. This is a great buy for anyone who wants a good Atmos setup in their home.
👤I had a 13 year old boy. I thought it would be a great upgrade since it supports all of the new sound formats. I was very excited when I got this. The result was disappointing. The sound was flat. The voice was muffled. I re-ran the setup again and the same thing happened. The Audyssey used on my old Onkyo is called AccurEQ. There was a manual setting on my old Onkyo, but it was not possible on this new one. Each time I ran the setup, there was a different one. It has a lot of bells and whistles, but I didn't like the lack of sound quality. I ended up spending over 2x as much as I would have spent on a Yamaha, but I'm very happy with the speaker calibration and the various profiles it offer out of the box, and there's also a graphical manual EQ. I didn't like this receiver. I wasn't happy with the sound quality.
👤Unless you have a lot of devices, this is all you need. I replaced an older unit with this one. The older unit had all the inputs that were never put to use. This is perfect for 4 devices. The sound quality from this unit is perfect once you start using it. It's better than the best movie theaters. The sound quality of the audio is not as good as it could be. The sound is the same as you get from the high end Onkyo units, even though it has the same 32 bit sound processor. I only use it for the two gaming consoles. I don't play music in the house. If you are looking for a high quality home theater sound system that is only going to be used as a home theater system with 4 or 5 devices, this is it. If your TV can pass HD sound, you will be able to hook up 5, 6 or 7 devices to this, depending on your TV's inputs. It does work very well with 4K upscaling. The HDMI pass through works perfectly, but the features are not real. The problem is that the standard is too new and not standard, so there are device conflicts. This is a great unit for anyone who doesn't have a lot of audio devices. Who does now?
The power of a watt. The Digital 5.1 Channel Stereo Receiver is perfect for home theater entertainment. It allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio by using it for multi speakers. The personal digital amplifier box has 4 HDMI in, 1 out, 3 RCA audio input, and a preamplifier and microphone in. External sources that can be connected are TV, CD DVD player, tape deck. Features 4K ultra, 3D TV pass-through. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The professional integrated indoor house audio visual receiver is equipped with a wireless music streamer. Works with today's latest devices including smart phones, tablets, iPhone and computer. The Frequency Response is 20-20kHz. The S/N ratio is 85dB. There are EQ controls. The surround sound amplification device has buttons for audio sources, mic adjustment, and a knob for master volume adjustments. There are buttons for delay and mute. There is a display meter. The amplifier has a built-in digital display panel which shows all the functions and input used. The package includes an AM radio antenna, power cable wire, and remote control. The power input is 115V. 60Hz/230V 50Hz
👤Total junk! Shame on Amazon for selling this garbage. My humming and making noise made it impossible to watch movies or listen to music after. It's very sad to have to hook up your other components to this worthless system and then have to disassemble and buy another receiver. The warranty was out after 30 days after I had this piece of junk for 3 months. Will never buy this product again. You have lost a customer. Please don't waste your time and money on this garbage. Very unhappy and dissatisfied customer here.
👤Good idea, bad execution. I returned two of them before buying another brand. I encountered one issue. The mic inputs did not work correctly. I used multiple mics, mic level and line level inputs. 2. Side channels don't play audio in stereo mode. 3. The button to switch between stereo and 5.1 modes does not do anything. Couldn't get into 5.1 even with 5.1 inputs.
👤I was looking for a cheap receiver. I should have been careful about what I wanted. This is not a 5.1 Home Theater Receiver, this is a Karaoke machine that can do 5.1, and it doesn't do either very well. I returned it because the 5.1 wasn't working when I used it. The replacement did 5.1 surround. I bought a Denon AVR-S540BT as a replacement after returning from a single day of use. Get a real Audio/visual receiver and not have to worry about it. You don't care about my story, you are here for the facts. If the input is providing 5.1 media, the HDMI Input will do 5.1. Stereo only, no bass speaker. You can't force/upmix into 2.1, 3.1 or 5.1. You only get stereo if the input is stereo. If you have an aux or HDMI input, you will only get 5.1 sound if you do. There is no "Listening Mode", "Sound Mode", or "MultiChannel Stereo". You don't get to listen to music on the speakers. Make sure the game or movie you are watching is in 5.1 if you connect your PS4/ PS5 or XBOX to this. Does not do any decoding or processing. The 5.1 processing is not very good. If you play any type of audio, prepare for distortion, crackling and soundfluttering. There are five The receiver needs to be on for the passthrough to work. The power button on the remote does not turn off the receiver when it is on. If you are playing Stereo, 2.1, 3.1, or 5.1, a small buzzing/humming will be played on your speakers. The mic inputs were unreliable. I tried a few different mics in all of the mic inputs, adjusted the mic level, volume, echo and delay. The mic was either broken or distorted. The mics work on other devices. The AM/FM reception is terrible. I have a clock radio that picks up better radio than the 1930's tube radio that picks up AM.
👤I received a replacement for my Magnavox Blue Ray player that didn't play audio from it and didn't play surround sound. The replacement is doing the same things. The manual says that. When I press the CH, mode must be set to 5.1. There is a small blip on the audio display. Pressing the same option on the receiver doesn't make a difference. The speakers are wired correctly and the surround volume is adjusted correctly, but the receiver doesn't play all audio in 2.1 stereo. I'm waiting for technical support suggestions from Pyle before I buy another brand. I will update my review after receiving assistance from Pyle.
Hdmi receivers home theater products from Onkyo. In this article about hdmi receivers home theater you can see why people choose the product. Pioneer and Pyle are also good brands to look for when you are finding hdmi receivers home theater.
Onkyo, Pioneer and Pyle are some of the best brands that chosen by people for hdmi receivers home theater. Find the detail in this article.