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Monday, 11 December 2006 ,  Written by
Onkyo has introduced its newest THX home theater receiver as well as a new DVD player and DVD Changer. The Onkyo TX-SR804 THX-Select2 home theater receiver, DV-SP504 universal DVD player, and DV-CP704 six-disc DVD changer are now available at Onkyo dealers nationwide.
Monday, 11 September 2006 ,  Written by
Onkyo has introduced two mid-priced home theater receivers with features previously available only in much more expensive models. The Onkyo TX-SR674 and TX-SR604 are capable of integrating with the most recent advances in display and source technology, including the newly introduced HD DVD and Blu-ray formats.
Thursday, 08 December 2005 ,  Written by
Outlaw Audio announced today that it has resurrected the high performance analog stereo receiver. The new Outlaw Audio Model RR 2150 "Retro Receiver" offers state-of-the-art two-channel analog music performance in a design, reminiscent of classic Art Deco table radios, that is a refreshing alternative to the typical seven-channel big-black-box home theater receiver according to Outlaw. But "retro" does not mean old fashioned as the receiver features a USB input for connection to PCs, front-panel auxiliary input for portable music players, and a state-of-the-art digital AM/FM tuner. Like all Outlaw Audio products the RR 2150 is sold exclusively through the company's web site,
Monday, 17 October 2005 ,  Written by
Outlaw Audio has revamped its product lineup with three new additions – the Model 1070 AV Receiver ($899), Model 7125 Power Amplifier ($999) and Model LFM-2 Subfoower ($299). The manufacturer added features and capabilities it says are just not found on typical mass market products, especially in Outlaw Audio’s price-range – by selling exclusively online the company is able to keep prices low.
Wednesday, 07 September 2005 ,  Written by
With CEDIA right around the corner several companies are getting ready to launch their newest products. Integra for one is introducing four new XM-ready home theater receivers. The DTR-7.6 with 105 watts x 7 channels and the DTR-6.6 with 100 watts x 7 channels are both THX Select2 certified. The DTR-5.6 outputs 90 watts x 7 channels with the DTR-4.6 doing 90 watts x 5 channels. All models incorporate Integra’s Wide Range Amplifier Technology that has a broad frequency range from 5 Hz to 100 kHz.
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