Onkyo intros three new Stereo Network Receiver

Onkyo intros three new Stereo Network Receiver

Onkyo has announced the release of three new stereo components for the music enthusiasts – the TX-8050 network stereo receiver, the TX-8030 stereo receiver, and the C-7030 CD player.

Both X-8050 and TX-8030 receivers feature Onkyo’s proprietary WRAT amplifier technology, which incorporates a low negative-feedback design, closed ground-loop circuits, and a high instantaneous-current capability, a massive EI transformer and large 8200µF capacitors to ensure a stable power supply and offer 130w through each of the two channels. Other features included in the two are: analogue A/V inputs, a Universal Port for Onkyo-branded peripheral devices (such as the UP-DT1 DAB+ tuner), and Zone 2 pre-outs that allow users to send audio to a second room equipped with an amplifier and a pair of speakers. As an addition, the TX-8050 offers digital optical and coaxial audio inputs, and a front-side USB input for direct digital connection of iPod/iPhone, as well DLNA-capabilities allowing you to stream internet radio or play audio from a PC or network audio storage device. Onkyo also offers a free Remote App that let users to use their iPod touch or iPhone as a remote controller.

As for the C-7030 CD player, it has leek aluminum front panel, a 1.6 mm-thick  flat chassis base to helps reduce unwanted vibrations and employs a new high-precision clock “to dramatically reduce timing errors”, along with company’s original VLSC to reduce pulse noise.

Onkyo C-7030

The Onkyo TX-8050 and C-7030 will be available in late April with suggested retail prices of $399 and $249 respectively.

Source: Onkyo

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