Onkyo Introduces a Network Stereo Receiver and Companion CD Player 
Home Theater News AV Receiver News
Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 28 March 2011

Back before iPods, Android phones, laptops, netbooks and tablets, music fans focused on stereos.  Onkyo wants to bring that focus back, and has launched the network enabled TX-8050 to help do it.  The TX-8050 boasts connections for just about any device you have.  You can plug in an MP3 player to the USB port in the front, a record player to the phono input in the back, or attach a CD player by the available analog or digital ports.

Hooking the TX-8050 up to the internet allows access to internet streaming and attaching it to your home network allows you to stream audio files of a wide variety of formats, including MP3, WMA, FLAC, WAV. To go along with the TX-8050, Onkyo has introduced the C-7030 CD player.  It offers a high-precision clock that helps reduce timing errors and Onkyo's own VLSC which assists in the limitation of pulse noise. 

Both products will be available in April, with the C-7030 running $249 and the TX-8050 coming in at $399.








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