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The new Onkyo TX-NR626 and NR525 receivers build upon the previous award winning TX-NR616, adding new features like internet content streaming, Airplay and a Marvell Qdeo processor that can up-scale sources to QFHD and 4K pixel resolution. Team it with an Optoma Projector for a stunning home theatre system.
Onkyo has an enviable reputation for delivering high-end performance at a budget price, and the new TX-NR626 does not disappoint delivering class leading audio sound with the highest quality video up-scaling to ensure the TX-NR626 delivers memorable 3D cinema experiences. The new Onkyo is also packed with eight HDMI inputs (including a front-panel input), brushed metal front panel, built-in networking port, Wi Fi and an extensive array of streaming music services.
The TX-NR626 is one of Onkyo’s new breed of receivers that can link directly to the internet or to your home PC via a local network. With an IP connection the TX-NR626 and NR525 takes streaming audio and internet radio to a whole new level. Music MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, and LPCM audio files can now all be played back with unprecedented power and fidelity.
The TX-NR626's video connectivity is awesome. Eight HDMI inputs is the most available at this price class and Onkyo put one of the inputs on the front panel, for quick hook-ups to a laptop, digital camera or camcorder.
Also note that you can switch among eight HD inputs (HDMI and component video) simultaneously, which is more than any other receiver we've tested this year. The TX-NR616 even has a PC input on the back.
The TX-NR616 is DLNA-compliant, so you'll be able to stream music from compatible networked devices running a DLNA server.
The Onkyo TX-NR626 and NR525 support all the standard high-resolution audio codecs from Dolby and DTS. The TX-NR626 also adds Dolby Pro Logic IIz processing. The TX-NR626 is THX Select2-certified.
AV receiver overall aren't the absolute best money can buy, but deliver excellent audio performance, simple setup, and plenty of useful features, making them a great choice for most. With multiple HDMI inputs and support for all the latest HD audio soundtracks including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, these 7.2 receivers are ideal for watching Blu-ray movies and other HD material. The Onkyo TX-NR626 is the best AV receivers overall factoring in audio quality, video processing, features, ease of setup, and value. Sound quality is top-notch.
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