- Ready for the Future with the Latest HDMI®
- Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth Inside
- Stream from Smartphone and Tablet
- Stream Hi-res Audio from PC and NAS
- Play Lossless Music from USB
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5.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver w/ HDMI 2.0
Time to Join the Ultra HD Revolution
Packing 5.2 channels of pure Onkyo muscle, your 60 fps Ultra HD gaming or movie experience comes to life with the TX-NR535. Seven 4K/60 Hz-ready HDMI® 2.0 terminals, inbuilt Wi-Fi® for hi-res audio streaming, onboard Bluetooth, and all the leading internet streaming services pre-loaded—this powerful entertainment hub is ready for anything. To deliver authentic hi-fi performance, the TX-NR535 features a high-current power supply, discrete low-distortion amps, and state-of-the-art processing for high-resolution audio. Whether you’re taste-testing on Spotify, kicking back with a favorite CD, or cranking the latest Hollywood blockbuster, this receiver serves up that classic Onkyo sound: big soundstage, superb timing, brilliant definition, and enough low-end grunt to make your speakers sing. An ideal blend of cutting-edge technology and old-school analog power, the TX-NR535 is also easy to use. Everything from quick speaker adjustments to wireless streaming from smartphone and NAS is made simple with our remote app. At this pricepoint, there’s simply no better way to turn everyday entertainment into a spectacular event.
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