Onkyo has expanded its line of AV receivers with the TX-SR383. The manufacturer positions the device as an inexpensive solution, prepared for current and upcoming formats. If you want to see Onkyo TX-SR383 specs - follow Onkyo TX-SR383 review.
The TX-SR383 receiver can work in a configuration 7.2 or 5.2 with two columns in a separate second zone. Power per channel is 80 watts at 8 ohms. The manufacturer pays attention to the support of 4K / 60p / 4: 4: 4, HDR10 and HLG. The TX-SR383 from Onkyo provides a choice of native 7.2-channel soundtrack reproduction or a 5.2-channel surround-sound layout with powered audio distribution to a pair of stereo speakers in Zone 2.
The case is presented in a traditional shape with black design and modern style. The TX-SR383 processor decodes the DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD formats.
The device is equipped HDMI pass-through of the latest Ultra HD video formats with HDR (High Dynamic Range) and HDCP 2.2 protocol for content protection. There is also an HDMI output with ARC. You can use the automation functions of the CEC interface to turn on the sound synchronously with the TV on. In addition to HDMI, the TX-SR383 has a composite video input, optical and coaxial audio inputs. In addition, the device was equipped with standard analog RCA connectors for audio. If we talk about wireless switching, then the novelty received a Bluetooth module (aptX).
The AccuEQ sound adjustment system helps you adjust the sound to suit the room, and Music Optimizer technology improves the sound when it comes to playing compressed files. There is Bluetooth wireless technology for streaming music from compatible mobile devices and PC applications Advanced Music Optimizer to Improve the Sound Quality of Compressed Digital Audio.