Onkyo has unveiled its latest range of network A/V receivers, all of which will now feature in-built Wi-Fi, spearheaded by the Onkyo TX-NR727.
The Onkyo TX-NR727 network A/V receiver offers inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity to allow the device to stream audio from iOS and Android devices, filling even the biggest rooms with music thanks to its 7.2 channel audio technology. If it’s predecessor the Onkyo TX-NR906 is anything to go by, we could be in for a treat.
Also part of the 2013 Onkyo network A/V range is the mid-range Onkyo TX-NR626 offers a more affordable option, whilst the Onkyo TX-NR525 is the entry level model. It lacks inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity but enough functionality to be a solid investment.
Onkyo TX-NR727 Features
As the most powerful model in the 2013 range, the Onkyo TX-NR727 harnesses 7.2 audio channels with Three-Stage Inverted Darling Circuitry, which should make the network A/V receiver capable of filling large rooms with ease. Dolby Pro Logic 2z and Audyssey DSX upmixing are also present in the device.
Any smartphones or tablets can be connected via eight HDMI inputs, supporting Full 1080p HD resolution video and two HDMI output ports will support projectors and TV displays simultaneously. The Onkyo TX-NR727 can also provide 4K Ultra HD video including upscaling.
Full compatible with most smartphone, tablet and desktop devices, the Onkyo TX-NR727 has onboard Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. For added control, users can download the remote smartphone app on Android and iOS devices, which offers easy search options for the music content and internet radio channels available through the A/V receiver.
Onkyo’s low-negative feedback amplifier technology is also included, providing top audio pre-processing and Wide Range Amp Technology to unlock the full dynamics of the user’s music.
Onkyo TX-NR727 Release Date and Price
Available from May, the top model Onkyo TX-NR727 A/V receiver will cost £800 to purchase. The mid-range Onkyo TX-NR626 will retail for £500 in April, whilst the low-entry Onkyo TX-NR525 that lacks Wi-Fi and Bluetooth is priced at £400 and will also be stocked from April.