Onkyo TX-8270 2.0 Channel Network AV Receiver
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- 100W RMS per channel at 8 Ohms, 20Hz–20kHz, 0.08% THD, 2 channels driven, and 170W per channel 6 Ohms, 1kHz, 10% THD, 2 channels driven
- 384kHz/32-bit DAC, and Onkyo's VLSC Filtering circuitry produce smooth, unpolluted analog signals for impeccable audio clarity
- Equipped with a massive hi-current EI transformer, non-phase-shift amp circuitry with discrete power output stages, and optimum gain volume circuitry
- Built-in dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplay, DTS Play-Fi, Chromecast Audio, and FireConnect let you wireless stream music and audio from a variety of devices and apps to the receiver and your speakers
- Supports a variety of internet radio and music streaming services such as Spotify, TIDAL, TuneIn, and Deezer (subscriptions may be required)
- Bluetooth 4.1 (A2DP/AVRCP) allows you to stream audio directly from your compatible mobile device, laptop, or PC
- Free Onkyo Controller app for Android and iOS provides Receiver, Network Audio, and Multi-room Audio Control
- Zone 2 Line Outs with dedicated DAC for NET/USB audio distribution
- 4 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output support 4K Ultra HD at 60Hz, as well as HDR (High Dynamic Range), so you can enjoy 4K/HDR movies, TV shows, and video games with razor-sharp, lifelike clarity
- HDCP 2.2 pass-through support ensures you're ready for the future of 4K content copy protection (future 4K content may require all devices in your home theatre system to be HDCP 2.2 compliant)
- Also supports DSD 5.6 MHz/2.8 MHz, 192 kHz/24-bit FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, WMA Lossless, AAC, and MP3
- Integrated AM/FM radio tuner and 40 internet radio station presets make it easy to tune into your favourite radio stations
- Other connectivity options include 3 digital audio inputs (2 optical, 1 coaxial), 3 analog audio inputs (gold-plated MM phono input with phono equalizer, gold-plated Zone 2 Line Outs), 2 pairs of banana-plug-compatible speaker posts, gold-plated 1/4" headphone jack, IR Input and Output, and LAN Input with IP control capability for home automation systems
- Front 5V/1A USB port for audio playback via USB storage devices
- Rear 5V/500mA USB terminal for HDMI media player power supply
- Preset selector buttons on front panel, input selector knob, and physical tone/balance controls
- Advanced music optimizer improves compressed digital audio quality
- Crossover adjustment (40/50/60/70/80/90/100/120/150/180/200Hz)
- A/V sync control up to 500ms in 5ms steps at 48 kHz
- 3-mode display dimmer (Normal/Dim/Dimmer) allows you to control the brightness of the display
- Battery-free memory back-up saves your presets and other setting in the event of an outage
- Front-panel speaker A/B drive selector button
- Includes a full-function Remote Interactive (RI) remote control
Required accessories (sold separately)
- Cables you'll need: HDMI (to connect the receiver to your TV)
- Optional cables: optical or coaxial cables (for digital audio) and RCA cables (for connecting older gear)
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Of the 4 reviewers who responded, 4 would recommend this product.
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- Good but not fantastic- January 10, 2019
Onkyo tx-8270 is a good sounding 2.1 stereo receiver. It has wi-fi and bluetooth with phono and am\fm radio. I also have the Sony strdh190 so the question is ... Is the onkyo worth another $300 over the Sony? Sony does not have Wi-fi. Sony dh190 does have bluetooth and does also sound good. I guess the way to put it is, the Onkyo sounds good and has features/options but it aint cheap.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- TX-8270- August 28, 2019
My main reason for purchasing this receiver was to listen to Tidal hi-res and the Onkyo installed app freezes after playing a couple songs. This is even after doing a factory reset and firmware shows that it is the latest. Also I can't seem to get Google Home to find the receiver. All in all I'm rather disappointed in this network receiver and regret purchasing.
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- Makes for sweet music- July 20, 2019
I don't know much about this devise. I just know that my husband bought it, installed it with all his speakers, etc. and WOW do we ever get great sound for our music!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.