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The receiver has an amplifier that produces 130 watts of power per channel at 4 or 6 ohms, which is equal to the power of the amplifier in the Onkyo TX-RZ810 if we compare them. The presence of a 32-bit signal processor allows the TX-RZ820 to decode Dolby Atmos formats in a 5.2.2-channel configuration. The model uses modern AK4458 DACs and VLSC technology that eliminates impulse noise. AccuEQ allows calibrating speakers automatically. The receiver has ample opportunities for wireless streaming via Bluetooth, AirPlay, and dual-band Wi-Fi.
The THX Select2 Plus Onkyo TX-RZ810 7.2-channel receiver uses a massive power transformer in conjunction with a pair of 15,000 uF capacitors. The analog and digital circuits of the model are separated, and high-current discrete amplifiers with shallow feedback and preventing phase displacement. Thanks to the 32-bit DSP, the model decodes all major formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. Signal conversion is done by AK4458 DACs. In comparison Onkyo TX-RZ820 vs Onkyo TX-RZ810, the TX-RZ810 has the ability to upscale video to 4K. There is a complete set of tools for wireless audio reception: Google Cast service, AirPlay, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.