Pioneer expanded the elite LX series of AV receivers with the model VSX-LX102, which was the only device in this line equipped with classic amplification - branded Direct Energy HD Class D3 amplifiers work in older models. Otherwise, it is a full-fledged representative of the top-end series with support for all the most modern audio and video formats, powerful processing and a perfect auto-calibration system in Pioneer VSX-LX102 specs. By reading Pioneer VSX-LX102 review you’ll find more info.
For the seven-channel AV receiver Pioneer VSX-LX102, the manufacturer claims a maximum level of consumption of 170 W/Ch at 6 ohms, 80 W/Ch at 8 ohms. There are seven amplification channels on board - the minimum set for home theater implementation with support for the new Dolby Atmos and DTS: X surround formats. In Dolby Atmos, the surround system can contain up to 64 independent channels. The device is fully compatible with high-resolution audio and supports both WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF formats with parameters up to 24 bit / 192 kHz, and DSD with a frequency of 2.8 and 5.6 MHz.
I really liked the black metal casing of this unit. Easy configuration is an important part of the Pioneer VSX-LX102’s appeal.
All seven input and two output ports of the HDMI receiver are compatible with the new version of the protection system for copyright digital content HDCP 2.2., And are also able to work with video with a resolution of 4K with parameters up to 4: 4: 4 60 Hz. In addition, it supports work in wireless Wi-Fi networks, for which the device is equipped with a built-in dual-band (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz) Wi-Fi adapter. A network connection will allow you to play audio from DLNA servers on your home network, as well as access the popular streaming services Spotify, TIDAL, Deezer and Pandora.
For integration into the home computer network, the Pioneer VSX-LX102 is equipped with an Ethernet RJ-45 port. The mobile app, honestly, is not well designed from a usability perspective, but is a must have because it adds a slew of features at your finger tips including an equalizer that is buried deep in the app.