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While the audio video receiver (AVR) is the required base for the Dolby Atmos and DTS-X surround sound experiences we all crave, they have really come a long way from just being the box that you connect to your speakers.
With the framework of an Onkyo TX-NR595 product review, Neil gives an indepth look at the receiver’s features, explains some of the most confusing audiophile lingo, and gives some setup advice so that your audio results sound great the first time. Clearly, receivers have come a long way in just a few short years.
Here is the program’s table of contents:
Specs / Features
Choosing the Right Speakers
How Speaker Setup is Done
How Does it Sound?
Virtual Height Speakers
Network Stream Services
Special Compatibility Features
OK! What’s Next?
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