Onkyo has been in business for quite some time — the company is currently celebrating its 70th anniversary, but that hasn’t stopped it from moving forward. At CES earlier this year, the company showed a high-resolution digital music player, and while its 2016 lineup of A/V receivers may look familiar, there’s a whole lot of new stuff going on inside.
Onkyo announced four new entries in its 2016 lineup, all of which support 4K and the other expected modern formats, but there’s a strong focus on multiroom audio throughout. Three of the receivers boast FireConnect, powered by Blackfire, allowing any audio source connected to the receiver to be sent to another source, as long as it’s also FireConnect compatible.
The TX-NR656 ($700), TX-NR555 ($600), and TX-SR353 ($400) will all be available for purchase starting in mid-April, but if you’re looking at the higher end here, you’ll need to wait a little longer, since the TX-NR757 ($800) won’t be released until May.
Read more about Onkyo’s new A/V receivers here on Digital Trends.
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