Onkyo already has a wide range of AV receivers under its belt and it continues to strive to do better all the time. This time, Onkyo seems to have pulled out the stops on features in its latest duo of AV receivers – the Onkyo TX-NR929 and Onkyo TX-NR828.

Not only do they feature built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, they are also THX-certified and 4K-compatible. These receivers can upscale to 4K with its Marvell Qdeo video processing technology.

The high-end Onkyo TX-NR929 is a 9.2-channel network AV receiver that comes with Audyssey’s MultEQ XT32 room acoustic equalisation, 9 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs. Its cheaper counterpart, the Onkyo TX-NR828, features Audyssey MultEQ, 8 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs, amongst many other features.

Read the full reviews to find out more and grab one quickly! The Onkyo TX-NR929 is already out of stock on!

Denon AVR-X4000

Denon AVR-X4000

With 4K technology being all the hype these days, electronics manufacturers all over the world are ready to push the 4K technology horizons and Denon is just one of them.

The newly released Denon AVR-X4000 promises pass through 4K signals or 4K upscaling for your home theater system. Packed with 7.2 channel surround sound and support for all the latest audio codecs, this av receiver certainly looks to increase its value to you. On top of its amazing features, its connectivity options will wow you too. With 7 HDMI inputs, 3 HDMI outputs, including one for a second rooms, ARC, 2 optical and 2 coaxial digital inputs, this AV receiver is looking like it will be future-proof for a long time to come.

The AVR-X4000 is another great option for an AV receiver as pre-processor, and a new benchmark price-wise for Denon. Stay tuned for a full Denon AVR-X4000 review!

Denon has released their new, budget IN-Command receivers and we are awed by them! While they are nowhere near as expensive as regular receivers, these are targeted at the consumer who wants to do more than just power their speakers and route video to their brand new display. The consumer who cares about sound and features and is willing to pay a bit more for the right solution.

Denon AVR-X3000

Denon AVR-X3000

Denon released the AVR-X1000, AVR-X2000 and the AVR-X3000. These are all priced below $1000 with the AVR-X3000 at just a dollar less than a $1000. These new IN-Command receivers are both feature packed and flexible and will do a great job of powering your home theater at a great price!

Onkyo recently released their new range of network AV receivers for 2013 and their specifications have wowed us thus far. Here’s a sneak peek at some of them.

The THX Select2 Plus-certified Onkyo TX-NR727 Network AV Receiver is, by far, the most powerful model released. This 7.2-channel AV receiver is equipped with Three-Stage Inverted Darlington Circuitry and is designed to fill larger rooms with surround sound. Paired with eight HDMI inputs that include MHL support for 1080p video and two HDMI outputs, this AV receiver is certainly every audio enthusiast’s dream machine.

The mid-range Onkyo TX-NR626 is built to play multi-channel movie soundtracks and two-channel music. Boasting 4K Ultra HD video passthrough and upscaling, plus built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology, consumers will be drooling at the value offered by the TX-NR626.

At the entry level, we have the 5.2-channel Onkyo TX-NR525 Network AV Receiver that offers up Six HDMI inputs, Audyssey MultEQ, InstaPrevue technology, and Hybrid Standby (which maintains HDMI and network connectivity) amidst a useful amount of power, network connectivity and streaming service implementation.

Stay tuned for the full reviews!

Denon AVR-E400

Denon AVR-E400

Denon’s brand new line of receivers for 2013 has a huge theme about it – “simplicity”. The household brand is looking at new levels of user friendliness as it announced three brand new mainstream models with the higher-end models including ease-of-use-minded features like a guided setup assistant and new “push-in” type speaker jacks.

The three new Denon E-Series models are the AVR-E200, AVR-E300 and AVR-E400 and they are designed to offer a high level of specifications for the money and ease of set-up and use. Touted as an ‘Easy, Exciting Entertainment Experience’, the E-Series will boast features such as colour-coded speaker terminals and an on-screen Denon Setup Assistant on the mid-range to high end models, to walk users through the installation and calibration process.

Stay tuned for their full reviews here!

Onkyo is best known for manufacturing high quality home theater receivers and while there are plenty of other options available by worthy competitors, Onkyo has been rapidly expanding over the years to cater to its wide range of customers with affordable models that come with attractive features.

Onkyo HT-RC430

Onkyo HT-RC430

The Onkyo HT-RC430 AV receiver is one of the most unique home theater receivers available in the market today and it caters to a fairly large demographic – gamers. Packed with 4 gaming modes and a range of audio enhancing features, this AV receiver is certainly one for gamers to look at for an enhanced home gaming experience.

Folks who would love to have a whole chunk of HDMI ports, can certainly consider the Onkyo HT-RC460. This AV receiver may have the looks and the jacks and ports of an entry level receiver but check out the 8 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs that it boasts, and you might change your mind about it. You will find that it is fantastic home theater receiver with plenty of ports, a simple user interface and useful networking features. Read the Onkyo HT-RC460 review to find out more.