The Theta Digital Casablanca IVA is a state-of-the-art pre/pro that sets the standard for the home theaters of today and tomorrow.
Rotel offers up a versatile, integrated “surround amplified processor” solution with the RAP-1580 that handles all the latest formats with ease and precision.
Denon updates its top entry in the “In-Command” AV Receiver line with the AVR-3313CI model, adding a third HDMI output, and most seriously, 4K pass-through. A great hub for home theater with Audyssey MultiEQ XT software, and the potential for 7.2 surround sound, the AVR-3313CI is an excellent value for performance at this level.
For those who want high flexibility with universal source compatibility and terrific audio and video performance, the Rotel RSX 1562 will fill the bill.
Sony has added three new 3D-Ready AVRs to its top-of-the-line ES models with the introduction of the STR-DA5600ES, STRA-DA4600ES, and STR-DA3600ES, which all support HDMI 1.4 and the audio return channel (ARC) for Blu-ray 3D playback. Additionally, the consumer electronics company has also unveiled a new ES model Blu-ray 3D player, the BDP-S1700ES.
Take a seat and get ready to drool HT fanatics, because Onkyo has just unleashed their latest top-of the-crop in A/V Receivers and these two units have all the modern accoutrement one would expect in flagship units.
Denon unveiled 10 AVRs ranging in price from $249 to $1,999 all featuring HDMI 1.4a at a press event in New York City earlier this week and a host of networking features including Pandora Music Direct, and remote access.