Onkyo Unveils Dolby Atmos-Ready HTiB Packages, Speaker Systems, and Base-Model A/V Receiver with HDMI 2.0 and Bluetooth

Press Release dated: 14 Jul 2014

OSAKA, JAPAN. Onkyo, the world’s foremost specialist in audio-video entertainment, has announced major upgrades to its popular line of home-theater-in-a-box (HTiB) packages, along with a new Dolby Atmos®-enabled speaker system and an updated entry-level A/V receiver. The following packages and components—including select models engineered for captivating Dolby Atmos sound right out of the box—are slated for release during the last quarter of this year:

  • The Dolby Atmos-ready HT-S7705 5.1.2-channel network A/V receiver and speaker package
  • The SKH-410 Dolby Atmos-Enabled Speaker System
  • The 5.1-channel HT-S3705 home theater receiver and speaker package with HDMI 2.0 and Bluetooth
  • The TX-SR333 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver with HDMI 2.0 and Bluetooth
One Easy Step to Dolby Atmos Sound with 5.1.2-Channel Packages

Dolby Atmos—a multidimensional audio format developed for commercial cinemas and now available for the first time in home theaters—places and moves specific sounds anywhere in the room, including overhead. Content creators mix in a 3D space with object-oriented overhead sounds (such as aircraft, rain, or birdcalls) passing through pairs of in-ceiling speakers or Dolby Atmos-enabled height speakers.
With its Dolby Atmos-enabled front/height speakers, the HT-S7705 is the most convenient and affordable way to enjoy Dolby Atmos sound at home. This factory-balanced 5.1.2-channel HTiB system is powered by a Wi-Fi®- and Bluetooth-ready 7.2-channel network A/V receiver featuring HDMI® 2.0 terminals for 4K/60 Hz video and HDCP 2.2 for 4K video streaming and broadcasting. It supports high-resolution network audio, internet radio and music streaming, and can upscale low-resolution video to 4K with Qdeo™ processing technology. The receiver has two HDMI 2.0 outputs, a phono input for turntable connection, and Powered Zone 2 capability for distributed multiroom audio.
Included 2-way front speakers contain OMF (Onkyo Micro Fiber) woofers and a balanced-dome tweeter for clear and accurate sound, while an independently powered up-firing speaker in a sealed top compartment bounces Dolby Atmos height effects from the ceiling into the audience. Sounds fed via the height channels seem to originate from overhead, helping to create a sphere of sound where effects move seamlessly above and around the listener.
The package is completed with a 2-way gloss-accented center speaker with dual cone woofers and tweeter, two solid full-range surround speakers, and a gloss-finished powered 80 W subwoofer.
Speaker System Enables Dolby Atmos on Existing Surround Setups

Owners re-powering an existing home theater speaker system with a compatible 2014-model Onkyo A/V receiver can unlock the full Dolby Atmos experience by connecting two of the company’s new SKH-410 speakers to the receiver’s height channels. The compact sealed cabinets contain a full-range up-firing cone speaker and special Dolby Atmos-certified network to create a plane of sound above the listener. Placed on larger floorstanding speakers or mounted on the wall, the SKH-410s offer a convenient and cost-effective way to unleash the power of Dolby Atmos in home theaters where in-ceiling speakers are impractical.
Affordable HTiB System Combines Hi-Res Surround Sound with 4K Video

First-time home theater buyers—or those looking to create cost-effective surround-sound system in a second zone—are ideally served by the convenient HT-S3705 HTiB package. It has everything needed for an exhilarating entertainment experience, with a six-piece speaker package driven by a 4K/60 Hz-capable high-current A/V receiver complete with seven HDMI 2.0 terminals.
Core technology that established Onkyo as an iconic global audio brand is at the heart of the A/V receiver. Built around a High Current Power Supply (H.C.P.S.) transformer, large capacitors, and discrete output transistors, the company’s high-current WRAT system maintains precise control of the speaker drivers for clear and accurate sound. Combined with 192 kHz/24-bit D/A conversion, WRAT reproduces DTS-HD Master Audio™ and Dolby® TrueHD soundtracks with vibrant clarity.
Creating further value is built-in Bluetooth, which allows easy wireless audio to the home theater from compatible devices. Selectable Music Optimizer compensates for lost high-frequency bit information to give compressed audio files a clearer, fuller sound when played back via Bluetooth or USB.
The system features Onkyo’s exclusive PM Bass, which is designed to counter phase shifting for improved mid-range clarity, along with a selection of listening modes bring out the soul in any recording. The included A/V receiver launches with InstaPrevue™ technology, which overlays picture-in-picture thumbnails showing what’s playing on devices connected via HDMI. Combined with an intuitive overlaid GUI to allow quick adjustments without interruption to the program, the product is remarkably easy to use.
Other features come in the form of a Zone 2 line-level output to distribute audio to a second room, and Onkyo’s Hybrid Standby function, which enables HDMI passthrough and excellent efficiency when the receiver is powered down.
The package ships with a high-gloss speaker system and includes a gloss-finished big-bore subwoofer.
Base Model A/V Receiver Scores HDMI 2.0, Bluetooth, High-Current Amps

The TX-SR333 provides authentic hi-res surround-sound to movie lovers on a budget with powerful and controlled WRAT high-current architecture for clear and detailed sound, six HDMI 2.0 inputs, built-in Bluetooth, and InstaPrevue™ technology. Other welcome features include HDMI passthrough on Hybrid Standby and high-resolution audio via USB. More than an affordable video-switching amp for an existing 5.1-channel speaker system, the TX-SR333 elevates audio quality to levels seldom heard at this price.
Onkyo is pleased to offer a comprehensive selection of products that address all sectors of the home entertainment market, from soundbars and soundbases to full-scale 11.2-channel home theaters engineered for Dolby Atmos®. The veteran company is consistently at the forefront of home theater development, releasing one of the world’s first A/V receivers to support Dolby® Surround in 1987 and championing other game-changing technologies that help deliver an emotionally moving entertainment experience.
These high-value packages and A/V components take home theater performance to thrilling new heights today with the technology needed for tomorrow’s sound and vision.
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