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Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio & Video Receiver

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Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio And Video Receiver

The Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio and Video Receiver produces a room-filling sound with an output of up to 80W per channel at 8 Ohms. AccuEQ sound calibration adjusts the sound to the unique acoustics of your room. You can stream music wirelessly from your preferred Bluetooth-enabled devices with the built-in Bluetooth connectivity. Four HDMI inputs and one HDMI output are provided by the Onkyo TX-SR393. For the reproduction of display-based audio, such as the built-in streaming applications on your TV, the HDMI output supports ARC. You can quickly and easily connect your receiver using the rear-panel easy connection guide.

DTS:X Sound and Dolby Atmos

In order to give the impression that sound is moving all around you, these two sound technologies combine audio in 3D space utilizing object-based encoding rather than channel-based encoding. To create the illusion of 3D audio, Dolby Surround and DTS Neural:X upmix localization cues from vintage stereo or multichannel soundtracks.

HDMI Support for HDR and 4K

Every HDMI terminal on the receiver is capable of 4K/60 Hz, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, BT.2020, and HDCP 2.2. Audio Return Channel (ARC) is supported on the HDMI output for the reproduction of display-based audio, such as that from built-in apps. An OSD window allows you to check the status of the A/V input and output.

Discrete Amps

A high current is delivered to the speakers by the receiver's discrete amps, high-output transformer, and huge capacitors in order to improve speaker control for quick transient response, a broad dynamic range, and precise, clear sound.

Streaming Bluetooth audio

Whatever is playing on your compatible mobile device, laptop, or computer is sent wirelessly to your home theatre through Bluetooth. The receiver can begin playback automatically the moment it recognizes an incoming Bluetooth audio stream from your device after pairing and remembering it.

AccuReflex and AccuEQ Room Acoustic Calibration

AccuEQ configures the size, placement, and sound pressure levels of speakers. The appropriate subwoofer crossover setting is then chosen, and equalization is applied to all of your speakers. AccuReflex is intended to eliminate phase-shift brought on by the changes in sound route between directional and non-directional sounds during object-based audio reproduction through Dolby Atmos-capable speakers. Together, these components offer a 3D soundstage with overhead dimensionality and vertical movement, which aids in localization.

Optimized Music Player

Lossy files, like MP3s, are practical but have relatively low fidelity due to data lost during compression. With these file types, advanced music optimization technology aids in the restoration of lost information for improved sound quality. Additionally, Bluetooth streaming playback quality is enhanced in this mode.

DTS Virtual:X virtual 3D sound

No matter the speaker layout, including rear, surround, or height speakers, DTS Virtual:X is made to produce an immersive 3D soundfield. It works with large or tiny speakers and employs DSP-based techniques to put you in the centre of a multidimensional soundfield with height and surround effects. DTS Virtual:X supports non-encoded stereo, various DTS formats, and DTS:X soundtracks in the 3D space.

Clear Communication with the Touch of a Button

The DSP-controlled Vocal Enhancer on the Onkyo TX-SR393 allows you to raise or lower vocal frequencies to your preferred levels by using the keys on the remote or the tone controls on the receiver's front panel.

Zone B Line-Out

You can connect audio sources linked to the Onkyo TX-SR393 receiver, such as digital audio through HDMI, optical, or digital coaxial, to a component with an analogue RCA line input via the Zone B line-out. To enjoy your media without disturbing those around you, attach a transmitter that supports wireless headphones or share sound to a surrounding area.

Connect and Power Your Media Streaming Device

Select HDMI media streaming devices are powered by a rear-panel USB power output, allowing you to improve your home theatre with on-demand network entertainment without adding extra power cords.

Rear-Panel Setup Guide Aids in Connection Simplicity

On the back panel of the Onkyo TX-SR393 has connections for speakers as well as extra devices shown and identified. Images make it easier to see upside-down diagrams when leaned over the top of the receiver.

A future firmware update will include support for Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer

Engaging the Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer while playing any Dolby format enhances the listening experience by simulating the surround and height effects of conventional speaker configurations. Future firmware updates are expected to include this feature.

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Product Descriptions

Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio And Video Receiver

The Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio and Video Receiver produces a room-filling sound with an output of up to 80W per channel at 8 Ohms. AccuEQ sound calibration adjusts the sound to the unique acoustics of your room. You can stream music wirelessly from your preferred Bluetooth-enabled devices with the built-in Bluetooth connectivity. Four HDMI inputs and one HDMI output are provided by the Onkyo TX-SR393. For the reproduction of display-based audio, such as the built-in streaming applications on your TV, the HDMI output supports ARC. You can quickly and easily connect your receiver using the rear-panel easy connection guide.

DTS:X Sound and Dolby Atmos

In order to give the impression that sound is moving all around you, these two sound technologies combine audio in 3D space utilizing object-based encoding rather than channel-based encoding. To create the illusion of 3D audio, Dolby Surround and DTS Neural:X upmix localization cues from vintage stereo or multichannel soundtracks.

HDMI Support for HDR and 4K

Every HDMI terminal on the receiver is capable of 4K/60 Hz, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, BT.2020, and HDCP 2.2. Audio Return Channel (ARC) is supported on the HDMI output for the reproduction of display-based audio, such as that from built-in apps. An OSD window allows you to check the status of the A/V input and output.

Discrete Amps

A high current is delivered to the speakers by the receiver's discrete amps, high-output transformer, and huge capacitors in order to improve speaker control for quick transient response, a broad dynamic range, and precise, clear sound.

Streaming Bluetooth audio

Whatever is playing on your compatible mobile device, laptop, or computer is sent wirelessly to your home theatre through Bluetooth. The receiver can begin playback automatically the moment it recognizes an incoming Bluetooth audio stream from your device after pairing and remembering it.

AccuReflex and AccuEQ Room Acoustic Calibration

AccuEQ configures the size, placement, and sound pressure levels of speakers. The appropriate subwoofer crossover setting is then chosen, and equalization is applied to all of your speakers. AccuReflex is intended to eliminate phase-shift brought on by the changes in sound route between directional and non-directional sounds during object-based audio reproduction through Dolby Atmos-capable speakers. Together, these components offer a 3D soundstage with overhead dimensionality and vertical movement, which aids in localization.

Optimized Music Player

Lossy files, like MP3s, are practical but have relatively low fidelity due to data lost during compression. With these file types, advanced music optimization technology aids in the restoration of lost information for improved sound quality. Additionally, Bluetooth streaming playback quality is enhanced in this mode.

DTS Virtual:X virtual 3D sound

No matter the speaker layout, including rear, surround, or height speakers, DTS Virtual:X is made to produce an immersive 3D soundfield. It works with large or tiny speakers and employs DSP-based techniques to put you in the centre of a multidimensional soundfield with height and surround effects. DTS Virtual:X supports non-encoded stereo, various DTS formats, and DTS:X soundtracks in the 3D space.

Clear Communication with the Touch of a Button

The DSP-controlled Vocal Enhancer on the Onkyo TX-SR393 allows you to raise or lower vocal frequencies to your preferred levels by using the keys on the remote or the tone controls on the receiver's front panel.

Zone B Line-Out

You can connect audio sources linked to the Onkyo TX-SR393 receiver, such as digital audio through HDMI, optical, or digital coaxial, to a component with an analogue RCA line input via the Zone B line-out. To enjoy your media without disturbing those around you, attach a transmitter that supports wireless headphones or share sound to a surrounding area.

Connect and Power Your Media Streaming Device

Select HDMI media streaming devices are powered by a rear-panel USB power output, allowing you to improve your home theatre with on-demand network entertainment without adding extra power cords.

Rear-Panel Setup Guide Aids in Connection Simplicity

On the back panel of the Onkyo TX-SR393 has connections for speakers as well as extra devices shown and identified. Images make it easier to see upside-down diagrams when leaned over the top of the receiver.

A future firmware update will include support for Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer

Engaging the Dolby Atmos Height Virtualizer while playing any Dolby format enhances the listening experience by simulating the surround and height effects of conventional speaker configurations. Future firmware updates are expected to include this feature.

Documents

Warranty

Onkyo Canada offers a 2 years Parts & Labour Warranty on Receivers

Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio & Video Receiver

Onkyo TX-SR393 5.2-Channel Audio & Video Receiver

$328.00 $529.99

Key Points

  • Up To 80W Per Channel At 8 Ohms
  • AccuEQ Sound Calibration
  • HDR UHD Pass-Through
  • 1080p to 4K UHD Upscaling

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Bluetooth, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD

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