Onkyo’s latest “RZ” line of network AV receivers has provided a wide range of features and functions, and promises superior audio performance through the use of high quality parts. Let’s see Onkyo TX-RZ620 review to be confident that Onkyo TX-RZ620 specs can provide the promised.
The unit has a number of features, including many connection options. The Onkyo TX-RZ620 also has a support for the two most popular 3D capturing audio formats: Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. But since this device is 7-channel, it is limited to 5.x.2 speaker configurations with two channels in height. Onkyo claims the “RZ” AV receiver series “provides a significant boost to the dynamism, detail, and accuracy of cinematic music and soundtracks” through the use of premium components such as large capacitors. RZ models offer a good, rather, even better choice when it comes to performance specifications. The TX-RZ620 is a 100-watt device (8 ohms).
Onkyo’s front panel takes some distinctive approaches. Input selection is with a row of dedicated curved-edge buttons beneath the display. Most other manufacturers use a dial nowadays. The RZ620 includes a premium 32-bit/384kHz digital-to-analog converter that delivers pure, clear reproduction of your favorite music, TV, and movie soundtracks. Dynamic Audio Amplification brings immense power with low distortion for hair-raising movie sound effects.
You can connect to the receiver using AirPlay and Bluetooth technology. The model has six HDCP 2.2 HDMI inputs with support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), BT.2020 color gamut and 4K / 60p, 4: 4: 4/24-bit video. The TX-RZ620 has an “HDMI Sub” output for connecting a second TV or projector. The unit offers two powerful output zones. It also has a 12-volt trigger output, IP control with LAN setup, RS-232 port, IR input, and can be installed in a rack with an additional kit.
Especially impressed with the ease of set-up. The auto sound calibration was spot on.