Onkyo TX-NR787 9.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver – B-Stock
Onkyo TX-NR787 has the latest video features as well including rear HDMI inputs, Main Out, and Sub Out pass 4K HDR video in HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision formats through to compatible displays. They support BT.2020 4K video standard, 4K/60 Hz playback, and HDCP 2.2.
The TX-NR787 features a 12 V trigger output for an external component and an IR input for remote-control range extension. It supports IP control and RS232, enabling configuration via PC and integration into a home automation system. An optional rack-mount kit is available to complete your custom install.
Stream any music from your smartphone, laptop, or PC to the receiver with ease. Control playback with Chromecast-enabled apps from your iPhone, iPad, Android™ phone or tablet, Mac or Windows laptop, or Chromebook™. If you have a device with the Google Assistant built-in, you can control music on the TX-NR787 by voice.
Music Control App
DTS Play-Fi technology can synchronize music in every room, and family members can use their own device to listen in a room or group of rooms. To further support multi room audio, the NR787 comes with Flare Connect.
Flare Connect shares audio from network and external audio input sources between compatible components. Multi-room playback of LP records, CDs, network music services, and more with supported components and speaker systems shouldn’t be a problem.
Stream Till Your Heart’s Content
If you have a device with the Google Assistant built-in, you can control music on the TX-NR787 by voice. It also comes with DTS Play-Fi which allows you to enjoy quality music from online services, media server, and mobile device to any number of compatible products using Onkyo.
AccuEQ is designed to let you experience the whole sonic picture without changing your speaker system’s unique personality. The technology is also said to detect and compensate for background noise, such as the hum from an HVAC, to ensure accurate equalization.
To compensate for that, AccuReflex technology is said to align the phase of up-firing “height” speakers with the sound coming directly from your other speakers. Any delay is resolved so that everything arrives at your ears at the same time. The result is a cohesive reproduction of object-based soundtracks.