Dec 27, 2019
The Japanese company Pioneer presents the VSX-LX304 AV receiver, the main differences from the previous VSX-LX303 model are: they removed component and composite video inputs (they are outdated and n...Read More
The VSX-LX303 is a 9.2-channel DTS: X and Dolby Atmos device that delivers 100 watts of power per channel (6 Ohm). To connect external sources are seven HDMI inputs. Like the younger LX103, the more advanced LX303 supports 4K / 60 Hz and three types of HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG). There is also a feature upscaling resolution to UHD. The model is fully ready to play Hi-Res audio: the built-in DAC on the PCM5101 chip from Texas Instruments and the Aureus DSP processor support quality up to 384 kHz / 32 bit and can work with FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, as well as with DSD (2,8 / 5.6 MHz) and Dolby TrueHD (up to 192 kHz / 24 bit). The receiver has a built-in MCACC calibration system, which adjusts the sound to the characteristics of the room.
As for the power of the built-in amplifiers, for the 9.2-channeled LX304 it is 185 W per channel with a speaker impedance of 6 Ohms. The user will also have the opportunity to enjoy the unlimited flow of music, sports, talk shows and news while listening to Internet radio stations and online music services, including Amazon Music, Spotify, TIDAL and Deezer. And support for wireless technologies Google Chromecast, Apple AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, DTS Play-Fi, as well as FlareConnect, the Pioneer wireless protocol, will make it possible to organize a real multi-room system in the house.
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