HDCP 2.3 and eARC are present. 4K/60, 4K/ 120AB, 8K/60B, and HDMI 2.1 are available. MusicCast, Voice Control, and AirPlay 2 are available in multi-room. MusicCast can be used with MusicCast 20 or MusicCast 50 wireless surround speakers. Voice control with a variety of devices. TIDAL, Deezer, Qobuz, Amazon Music, and others. There is a future update for Dolby Atmos and DTS: X.
👤I'm sure you'll read about the fact that there are some issues with the next generation devices, but that isn't even half of it. There are a lot of faults that carry over to current technology. There is a band of high definition images. This happens when you use a hdmi 2.0 mode. Yamaha blames everyone else and refuses to accept fault. It's apple tv, it's every tv, it's PS4s fault, it's boxes faul, every device that has HDR banding is to blame except for the yamaha, which is only device that introduces it. Some users claim they don't have banding, it's hard to see in a lot of content, and only happens when data mode is forced into YUV 422. The chain and signal are messed up by the Yamaha. Let's talk about other issues. The X box series x has major black screen/sync issues going through the reciever again in 2.0. There is a 2.1 problem as well. Constantly, screen cuts in and out. If yamaha isn't in the chain, there are no problems. Future proof for 2.1? There is no. All 2020 recievers have the same faulty chipset that is missing big parts of the standard. The devices were doomed from the beginning. No amount of updates will fix it. Wait til late 2021, when the second generation 2.1 receivers hit the market, to keep your old receiver. All the others are duds.
👤I returned the device because of the bug. You can find the bug in the HDMI 2.1 receiver on the web. You need to wait until the middle of next year or later to get a receiver that supports all of the features of HDMI 2.1. There is a bug that causes a blank screen when connecting to the Xbox Series X consoles from Denon, Marantz, Yamaha, Sony, and others. The issue only occurs with 4K 120Hz and the work around is to change the audio chip to 4K 60Hz. This isn't a problem for Microsoft or Nvidia. Those products are correct. If you are okay with HDMI 2.0, I am sure this receiver will work for you, it simply doesn't support what I'm looking for due to the bug.
👤High hopes for this product. It's great when it works. The input from a player and box are not reliable. I don't know if it's a hardware or software problem. I bought an Asurion plan. Called them, spoke with first and second level support, and was passed on to the seller by Amazon. When trying to get a problem solved, it's a typical runaround. Not happy with Yamaha, Asurion or Amazon. I've tried to call Yamaha multiple times. The last time, I was disconnected after 90 minutes. I didn't expect Yamaha, Asurion or Amazon to support me if I ended up with a $600 paperweight.
👤I ran the auto calibration again after adding front presence speakers because the receiver has inputs for those. If you only have one listening spot, I recommend you do multiple point auto calibration so that you can get a better idea of how your set up is. After setting everything up again, I went ahead and tried out something with the atmos. I uploaded an episode of black summer to the streaming service. The receiver made a noise to switch over from the back surround speakers to the front presence speakers after detecting the atmos. 5.1 surround along with 2 front presence speakers is what I am getting now instead of 7.1. I was able to tell that it was coming directly up above me when a group of people entered a building with the lights above them. It sounded like it was coming from my ceiling. This is the only test I have done. I know that when I watch other Dolby atmos movies it will sound amazing. I noticed that if you watch any other content that has Dolby digital, the receiver will use the front presence speakers instead of the back surround. I am not getting the 7.1 surround sound that I was expecting when I played ace ventura on the streaming service. I don't think using the front presence speakers will help you in this case, since you have to switch the sound source from surround to straight in order for the receiver to output this in 7.1. I am amazed and very pleased with this receiver. I highly recommend you use front presence speakers to get the full effect of dobly atmos. I am using eARC and it works perfectly. This receiver was bought to replace my Onkyo RZ830. The receiver is solid. The design is modern and different from the traditional one. The old green text style display has been replaced by a new display. The setup was easy and took 30 minutes to complete. I was surprised by how fast YPAO took compared to Onkyos setup. It took manual tweaking since it set all speakers to 40hz. The distances were almost perfect but still needed some adjustments. I was amazed at how responsive the audio was when I used my phone with my Onkyo, but the audio wouldn't work on the other device, and there would be a horrible lag between the audio and the phone. Thanks to Yamaha, this was a major upgrade. I think sound quality is an upgrade over my Onkyo receiver. It is clear and loud. I like the sound effects Yamaha gives you for different sound modes, they add a different feel to music. I'm trying to figure out if it is playing a movie through eARC while it's on the TV. The display doesn't show the current sound codec to see what the sound output is. I might be doing something wrong. I will update this when I have more time to use this receiver. This is a solid receiver with a new look and feel and definitely a major upgrade over my Onkyo RZ830.
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?
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.
Imax enhanced* the vsx-lx304 is IMAX enhanced, Certified to deliver the powerful sound just as intended by the Filmmaker, and provide the immersive experience on your home theater. Function is available with future updates. The vsx-lx 304 is compatible with 7. 2. 2 ch 5. 2. The latest theater sound platform is called Dolby Atmos. Sound can be reproduced in smooth, curving movements or overhead by the top speakers. Other Audio Codecs can be upmixed with the help of a 3D surround sound system. The Audio CODEC from DTS is the next-generation Audio CODEC from the company that uses object-based Audio to enable new experiences. Enjoy a smooth sound with 7. 2 ch 5. 2. The surround system is loud. Other Audio Codecs can be upmixed with the help of the neural: x program. The height virtualize of the Dolby Atmos format allows for a more immersive listening experience, without using additional surround or height speakers. Function is available with future updates. Apple is on the air. You can easily stream music or podcasts to speakers in your house using any Apple device, or by asking the speaker, and it all stays in perfect sync.
👤I bought this one to replace a Pioneer Elite that is only a few years old. I bought it to be able to run the extra channels. I own a pair of Mirage OS3-FS, with Mirage rears and mirage front. The new one leaves a lot to be desired, since they have used 2 different ones. They don't sound great even after adjusting the set up manually. I feel like I need to increase the volume beyond what makes sense to hear what I'm watching because volume is a lot lower. The receiver is in a cabinet off to the side of the room and I can't really see the front of the screen, so we have no idea about volume or other information. The receiver has a static sound on the left front channel when I change the channel. When I plug in a different speaker to the left front output on the receiver, it makes the same sound as the one on the speaker, so this has to be a problem inside the receiver. The other reviewer said that the relays are loud and that my commercials are so loud that they cause it to click off and on when I fast forward. This is disappointing. Maybe I got a bad unit, but it's not good enough for a $650 receiver. I think I will return this and go somewhere else, maybe a Denon or Yamaha. I wouldn't purchase this.
👤A new Yamaha 7.2 was bought to replace the 9.2 Pioneer. The Yamaha could not power up my setup and the Pioneer had more features. The sound is great and it is easy to operate. The receiver makes it easy to calibrate the setup.
👤The system is easy to setup and the sound is great.
👤It works just fine, it wasn't Sirius ready other than that.
👤I replaced an older Onkyo model that couldn't handle 4K signals with this unit. The MCACC calibration worked well, but it has some quirks that make me hesitant to recommend this unit, and I checked the distance calculations by hand and they were spot on, but it set the sub output too low. It doesn't upscale common video sources to 4K because it has trouble with them. Don't expect to cast videos from your phone on the built-in Chromecast. The Zone B feature, which could be great, is impossible to access without navigating a complicated menu on the Receiver's display, which won't show up on the TV if your source is the TV through ARC. We just got a new 4K TV, the P-Series Quantum X, which has a few quirks of its own, and wanted to be able to send 4K signals from a connected PC through the receiver to the TV. When I first set up the unit, I plugged in the PC and DVD player. I turned on 4K upscaling in the setup menu, thinking that I would check to see if this unit did a better job than the TV. The receiver failed to send a video signal to the TV. When the receiver was on, it would process audio from the DVD player, and when I turned it off, it would send the video from the DVD player to the TV. I needed to get audio and video from the DVD player. The PC was worse. The PC has a video card, so the receiver should be able to handle it. When the PC was off, the receiver sent a blank signal to the TV, so it showed a blue screen. When I turned on the PC, the signal turned off and the TV didn't show anything. It didn't help to turn off upscaling. I had to spend a lot of time on the phone with tech support going through hidden menus to turn off HDMI Deep Color, so I had to turn it off for all the inputs. The PC signal went through only at high definition. The receiver won't send a video signal to the TV if I try to output a higher resolution from the PC. Windows 10 shows that the receiver doesn't support high definition content. It's really hard. The "Zone B" feature is disappointing. My wife wanted to be able to use the app on the TV but not disturb me while I work nearby, so she used headphones. The TV doesn't have a built-in microphone, so if she casts video to the TV, the audio is automatically sent to the receiver through the ARC. She can't cast to the receiver because it has a built-in audio only device. The Zone B feature allows you to send audio through the speakers or just Zone B and not the speaker output. You can listen to music through headphones if you choose Zone B out. There is no Zone B button on the remote or the unit. You have to use the remote to navigate through the multi-item menu, which will not show the TV if you don't send the video signal through the receiver. I'm rather disappointed. I can't use a PC to upscale to 4K, I can't send 4K signals from my PC, and I can't use deep color if I ever want to. I might send this one back.
You can enjoy Immersive surround sound with the help of the new 3D Realism for your home theater system. You can get the most out of your 4K TV by enjoying the highest quality audio and video. The most demanding entertainment needs are met by this high-power amplifier. The next generation of gaming features a smooth, lag-free experience with 4K/ 120Hz pass-through, Variable refresh Rate (VRR), Quick Frame Transport (QFT), and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). Enjoy the most advanced video technology. Quick Media Switching eliminates video delay. You can connect with any HD/ULTRA HD TV, SubWOOFER, BLU-RAY PLAYER, and Turntable for Incredible Stereo Sound with a range of wireless connections. If you want to extend the reach of your music to any room in the house, you can use a variety of wireless speakers, like the Denon Home series. You can get hi-fi audio around your home with a number of services. On-screen setup assistant provides simple, clear instructions to connect your TV, Audyssey MultEQ XT, and the audio system in your home for an optimal listening experience. Does not support pass-through from 888-739-5110
👤I upgraded my receiver for the next generation of consoles, and this thing definitely delivers. It's only giving 3 stars because it's crazy. Adding fans to your home theater equipment is something you should be prepared for. This thing is very hot. If this thing is tucked away, I recommend adding an alternative cooling solution because some of my equipment shuts itself off for thermal protection after installing this. Make sure it has proper air flow here.
👤The biggest negative is that you have to turn the receiver on and then turn the receiver off again. If you select the input on the remote, it turns the receiver on so you have to turn it off again. The life span of the product is going to be shortened. It would be nice if the input was still switched while the receiver was in sleep. The receiver is amazing. This is my first Denon receiver. It is easy to setup. The on-screen prompt on your TV walks you through each step, but it also walks you through how to connect the speakers, what to do with the wires, and so on. A microphone and stand are included in the full system calibration. The setup was easy. The sound quality is amazing. Great range and power. If you don't want to always have your receiver on to watch your various sources, pass through capabilities for HDMI is a must have. It breathed life back into my speakers. The quality of my receiver is very similar to that of my 15 year old one. 8K is amazing. You can control the device from your receiver remote with the help of the internet. It easily connects to iHeart. This system has everything I needed and more. Can't believe the price of this unit is more expensive than others. The internal radio sounds better. It's nice to have a touch on the remote on your phone, but it's clumsy to use at times, and it needs some work. Well done Denon! The remote is made with light plastic and has limited features. It would have been nice to have a higher end remote.
👤Amigos produto. The interface and controle remoto were precisam. Som sensacional.
👤timo custo. Inclui zona 2 Balanceamento automtico das caixas acsticas. com memorizao intuitiva, captao das rdios.
👤Sistema! O melhor? A qualidade de som dos sites is controlled by the headfone. A recuperar os mp3 com densidade.
👤No tienes un equipo de alta gama.
👤It is called excelente. A qualidade impressionante. A compra.
The Onkyo TX-NR5100 has a network A/V receiver with a 5.1 channel. Enhanced realism and new features are available. You will think it's happening right above you when you hear the sound of a helicopter or rain. 7.2 channel, 75w (2 channel driven), 6 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI 2.1 output, and a Phono input. There are 3 dedicated HDMI 2.1 inputs with 8k up scaling. Most voice assistants have support. 8K UDH, HDCP 2.3, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, 4k/ 120 and eArc are included. Includes a microfiber cleaning cloth.
👤All speakers have been updated, and I am a huge star wars fan, and Disney plus Silver screen will debut on their new shows in atmos, not to mention family movie nights, every friday pizza and movie night. I had the chance to screen the same clip over again in different sound modes on the ATMOS receiver, but it's dependent on the movie sound mixer and editor, if just straight dolby digital or 7.1 sounds, it will give you more. I did that with a KLH Platinum series and I ran 200ft of speaker wire to complete the project, but I wanted to make sure I did it right, so I kept an eye out for them. There was a learning curve involved and many hours of video on sound stagging, angling, ideal setting on placement and what room correction software would allow to speaker selection, to ATMOS vs DTS-X to 5.1 vs 7.1 vs 5.1.2 vs 5. I think so. Is it the best system you can buy for about $1200 in total or so including speakers and receiver, wire and mounts? Black is available at the Amazon.com store. I got these for $101 and could use another set of rear speakers, but I have to spend more on mounts as the Sony setup is pretty verstile on top of the front speakers wall and ceiling, so it becomes more of a wash. I found the best place for my room to be tilted down was in front of the main seating 8ft high, since my ceilings are carboard tile, and mounted on the front wall. Is there a second one, the one next to my loveseat, for the rumble effect? Sony SACS9 10-Inch Active... I added a front sub to make sure it was over kill, but I had already decided on the spot. 60 hertz for a bit more money than a 4k 120 hertz receiver, and HEOS which intergates internet radio in the mix from google to alexa, to air play 2, and its app that allows you to manually tweek. The Denon AVR-S760H is a 7.2-Channel Home.
👤This is a great receiver for anyone who wants a good quality receiver. The power is relatively low. It's ok for a basic 5.1 speaker setup, but it might be a bit lean in a 7.1 or 7.2 setup. A 4 cyl engine in a pickup truck is an example of a good analogy. The low power of the receiver deterred me from using it, so I can't speak to ease of use. Denon is a good receiver, but it is important to match your speaker setup with the right one.
👤The unit has been great so far. It's easy to set up. It's easy to change the setup, but I need to work on the connection.
👤Excellent sound and no problems to report. Can't go wrong here.
The Ultimate Entertainment Companion - Blo CP801 video projector has a variety of ports to connect to, including a HDMI, ausb, and avi ports. The sealed optical engine is dustproof and comes with a lens cap for added protection. You can enjoy Immersive surround sound with the help of the new 3D Realism for your home theater system. You can get the most out of your 4K TV by enjoying the highest quality audio and video. The most demanding entertainment needs are met by this high-power amplifier. The next generation of gaming features a smooth, lag-free experience with 4K/ 120Hz pass-through, Variable refresh Rate (VRR), Quick Frame Transport (QFT), and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). Enjoy the most advanced video technology. Quick Media Switching eliminates video delay. You can connect with any HD/ULTRA HD TV, SubWOOFER, BLU-RAY PLAYER, and Turntable for Incredible Stereo Sound with a range of wireless connections. If you want to extend the reach of your music to any room in the house, you can use a variety of wireless speakers, like the Denon Home series. You can get hi-fi audio around your home with a number of services. With full voice control, you can adjust the volume, change the tracks, and switch inputs completely hands-free. It integrates with popular home automation systems.
👤I've been a loyal customer of Onkyo for over 20 years, but the company seems to be in the process of mismanaging itself out of business, so I decided to give Denon a try. I decided to check out a mid range model before I spent what I normally spend on an AVR. I won't repeat reviews about the sound quality of this model, but I agree that it provides a good value on that front. The quality of the device's firmware irritated me the most. There are many bugs, some of which I could find others complaining about, but there were also others that I didn't see mentioned. The only way I could stop it was to stop using the optical input for TV audio. Denon is reacting to something the TV is sending, so don't take any control actions on the AVR, just receive the audio. I accidentally selected the "hide" option on the tuner input, which prevents an unused source from appearing in the list that the source selector knob can choose from. The tuner wouldn't output any audio when I changed the setting. I could not hear a sound. I had the idea to use the "reset to defaults" option on the Input Assignment screen, which would have erased my input configuration. I use Denon's control protocol on port 23 to control the AVR, but I haven't fully characterized this problem yet. The zero volume problem can't be solved by using the "last" setting rather than a preset value. Sending the power-on, source-select, and volume sequence as fast as the AVR will receive them seems to cause the volume bug. I can watch the power-on, tell me the volume is 49, and then send a volume update to 0, which I did not command, and then stay there. I had to modify the automation software to poll the volume until the 0 showed up and then send the desired volume. The AVR behaves normally when powered on and the volume is reset, but it appears to be a bug around power on and volume reset. There is an update. The buffer on the connection seems to be missing from the AVR. The problems were fixed by putting a 500 ms delay between commands. The control protocol from Onkyo didn't require delays and it buffered the commands. I think it's the result of buying a new AVR so close to its debut. I still give it 3 stars because of the problems with the software, but I hope Denon is able to fix them. It would have been a 4 star AVR if the firmware just worked, instead of wasting 2 hours of my time figuring out how to fix the problems. What happened to you, man? I have an issue with a TCL Roku TV that is partly to blame, but if the TV is unplugged or in a deep sleep state, it's not powered on, so I can't be sure that it isn't also partly to blame. The Denon doesn't realize a monitor is attached until the TV is on and the AVR won't output anything until the power is on. I have only been able to prevent this from happening by turning on "Fast Start" mode on the TV, which will keep it on all the time, even if the screen is off. In this mode, the TV's idle power goes from 1 Watt to 15 Watts. The Denon will know that a TV is always connected. This could be a strange interaction between this brand of TV and the Denon, but this speaks to the lack of interoperability testing. "Fast Start" off is the default mode for the "TlC" brand of TV. The TV is powered off when the HDMI output is turned off. How many people change their TV after setup is fine with the AVR, but how many change their TVs after setup is not? If you don't detect anything connected, just remember the last configured monitor and keep driving HDMI for it. This seems obvious. I'd like to know if the Denon behaves this way for all monitors or if it is just TCL doing this. Since my TVs are attached to walls, it's too difficult to move the rack-mounted AVR to another TV or bring another TV to it. I am keeping the Denon because I have found solutions for all the problems and the sound quality is very good for the price, but I am dismayed at how much effort was required to get everything working.
You can enjoy Immersive surround sound with the help of the new 3D Realism for your home theater system. You can enjoy high quality audio and video when you are ready. This amplifier can be used to build your own speaker configuration to meet your entertainment needs. The next generation of gaming features a smooth, lag-free experience with 4K/ 120Hz pass-through, Variable refresh Rate (VRR), Quick Frame Transport (QFT), and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). Enjoy the most advanced video technology. Quick Media Switching eliminates video delay and this 9.2 channel receiver delivers clarity, contrast and color. You can connect with any HD/ULTRA HD TV, SubWOOFER, BLU-RAY PLAYER and Turntable for Incredible Stereo Sound with a range of wireless connections. You can add music to any room in the house with the help of wi-fi, Airplay 2, and HEOS multi-room wireless speakers. You can get hi-fi audio around your home with a number of services. Instructions to connect your TV and Audyssey MultEQ XT32 are provided by ON-SCREEN SETUP ASSISTANT. calibrates all speakers in your home setup and tunes the A/V for an optimal listening experience. Does not support pass-through from 888-739-5110
👤31 days ago. It sounded wonderful but it wasn't able to play at loud volumes. It overheated if it was over 50 volume. It's in protection mode with no speakers. Amazon won't accept returns on this item, so they know it's junk. Denon is bad. I'm out 1300 dollars. I sold my Yamaha which worked perfectly for many years. It was replaced after Amazon returned it. I bought it because it doesn't work with HDMI 2.1 devices. You get no signal when you set it to 2.1. They suggested a way to fix it, but it doesn't work for me. I can get a signal from my 3080 graphics card to the TV, but it disappears when I plug it into the receiver with eArc. The test feature of the receiver doesn't work with the cables I bought. I can test the same cable 10 times and it will fail or fail again. I can confirm that the Denon receivers don't process Atmos signals often. It seems to be random. I can watch a movie one night and get the next one in 5.1, but it won't do 5.1 when nothing has changed. Sometimes it will use the front, sometimes it will use all 9 speakers, and sometimes it only uses 4 speakers. The receiver is junk. It sounds good, but my 500$ Yamaha was better. I used it every single time. It had a better remote. I will never buy another Denon again. Denon released a fix for the bug. It's a good box. I thought they would give more connections, but they only gave one. The new Apple TV 4k has 2.1 but there is no way to use it because Denon doesn't give us more HDMI 2.1 ports. I pay for 4k 120hz on my PC with horrible handshake issues. The receiver cuts in and out and doesn't display video. I have to restart my devices at least once a day. I paid a lot of money for this receiver and I got headaches all the time. I'm going to upgrade to a quality receiver to enjoy my gear. The hand shake issue is out of hand. I'm now doing it 30-40 times a day. I've tried every combination of turn on order, but the stupid box is the only thing that works. I have to use eArc on my devices to get it to recognize my display, so I have to restart my device and remove all my cables in 15 minutes. I can't wait to sell it. It doesn't sound good anymore. The volume is noticeably quieter and I think some of the capacitors are going bad. It appears that Atmos is random and not based on the input signal.
👤Pros- Excellent sound quality with an option of 11.2 channel processing and 2 channel amplifier. There is a This unit has a future upgrade version of hdpi. The Audyssey set up only gives phase error for certain speaker types and each result is over ridden. I wonder if Audyssey 32 is flawed because the results yield different points each time. The most important thing about this unit is that it cannot turn off internal amplification while you use an external amplifier for 5 channels. The internal amplification of Denon cannot be maximized if you use 9.2 or 7.2 Amp mode. A rep should answer the question of how users can use a 7.2 or 9.2 set up and still be able to assign denons unused internal amplification to use towards channels not run by an external amplifier. The best receiver money can buy for the top ones in the year is probably this one.
The most musical sound is extensively tuned by Marantz sound masters at the most state-of-the-art facilities to deliver an exquisite sonic signature. The Marantz sound masters are in charge of the component until it passes rigorous testing. The new Marantz SR5015 stereo receiver (100 W x 7) has an advanced 8K audio system and is upgradeable to a 7.2 Channel system. Enjoy all your entertainment in the highest quality format. There are screen movies in 8K with pass-through or upscaling to eliminate video delay. Variable refresh rate, Quick Frame Transport, and Auto Low Latency Mode are some of the features that make lag-free gaming possible. The advanced 8K HDMI connectIVITY has a dedicated 8K input, a USB port, and a number of audio inputs for a cohesive surround sound system. MULTI-DIMENSIONAL AUDIO WITH HEIGHTENED REALISM SUPPORTS DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY ATS, DOLBY Even without in-ceiling speakers, a 2.1, 5.1 or 7.1 speaker set up delivers a premium cinematic experience. You can use your voice to play music, pause and stop music, and adjust volumes, as well as to control the thermostat, lights, and home appliances.
👤This was upgraded to 4k 120 and 8k 60hz. I was surprised when I ran my RTX 3080 and it was all blackscreen. I ran via EArc and it ran fine. This is a false advertisement from Marantz. I have yet to try out the Xbox Series X or Ps5 but I'm pretty sure it won't work. I am hoping that Marantz will correct this. It's not clear what that would mean for a fix. Don't upgrade and wait for a fix.
👤I purchased this to replace a Pioneer Elite that sounded fine, but I wanted to use the XBox Series X to run my new 8k tv. It doesn't seem to be possible to play it on the XBox from any app, online, or in the UHD format. To get the max resolutions, I have to use the XBox to connect to the tv, and then use the arcs to connect to the audio. I'm not sure if Marantz will have an update to fix the issue. There may never be an update that can fix this issue because I read online more. I feel like this was a huge waste of money. I use all 4K rated 2.1 HDMI cables.
👤I replaced a 20 year old Panasonic home theatre receiver with this one and it was amazing. The clarity is amazing. You can control the app from anywhere. There are a lot of different connection options. I like the option of combining the outdoor speakers with the other channels when entertaining. I am happy with the sound and quality. A great receiver. I highly recommend this product.
👤The 7.2 Onkyo receiver it replaces is a noticeable improvement over this one. The sound is warmer than my old receiver, and it plays my music collection without the tinny harshness that accompanied Apple. The receiver produced a good stereo image with a deep soundstage and the high frequencies were still very clear. The old receiver had a few more watt per channel than the mythos speakers, but it seemed like Marantz was able to squeeze a little more richness out of my speakers. My biggest complaint is that it seems to confuse my TV when I try to use the e-ARC. My TV forgot the optical soundbar settings when I switched to the Marantz. I had to turn off e-ARC because it deprived me of the audio from the TV. Fortunately, Prime doesn't have a built-in Atmos feature, and my player has a separate HDMI port for audio. I had to knock off a star because it was frustrating.
👤I had to replace my pioneer elite receiver after 24 years because it was top of the line. Not like pioneers today. I talked to a few people and they chose the Marantz. The sound quality is far superior to the denon and pioneer elite models. It was not hard to set up. You will be very happy with the end results of this unit.
👤It is easy to set up. Several connections didn't work out of the box. Audio, visual, or both are the losing signals. I was hoping for killer sound and video when I bought Marantz. I was due for disappointment. I tested it on the day it came. Thank you for taking it back. It should have worked well and last a long time. I used other people to connect my home theater pieces when some of them were dead. It was quite frustrating when TV would simply lose its signal. This never happened with any of my previous receivers. The cheaper Denons are definitely made by the same people.
If you press the personal preset button on the front panel for three seconds, your current settings can be saved. The front panel button or remote control can be used to call up up to three preset. Zone 2 is on the 7.2 Channel. The smart receiver has multi-room audio technologies. There are 6 inputs and 2 outputs. 4K Ultra HD, HLG, and Dolby Vision. Amplification with a high-current power transformer. The Jacky Microfiber Cloth is included.
👤Plug in your eARC. HDMI from receiver to TV. The sound comes from speakers that are 5.1.2 The menu is easy to use. You can download the Onkyo app on your phone to stream spotify. I have the best receiver I have ever owned. The prices have gone up due to supply chain issues. There was a supply shortage in January.
👤It works well if you use a radio, cd player, and a Roku stick. The sound quality is muddy and soft. You have to turn it up more for records than for radio. The sound of the Onkyo receiver is not as good as I expected, and I have other electronics in the living room. I couldn't get the device to work correctly. That's not a big deal for me. I couldn't find another model of the same one. The price they ask for is high in M HO. It should be less than $200.
👤The old Yamaha was better. It took a long time to research a decent priced model.
👤A little pricey. I love it after it was installed.
👤I don't pretend to be an audio engineer, but I enjoy great sounding music and my videos look great. I am very pleased with this receiver. The power of the unit was adequate for my family room, but it was easy to set up due to easy on screen instructions. I didn't get my Wacky Jacky cleaning cloth.
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.
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