Pioneer introduced a 9.2-channel Pioneer VSX-LX504 AV receiver that supports Dolby Atmos and DTS: X, based on which 7.2.2 and 5.2.4-channel surround sound can be built. See other Pioneer VSX-LX504 specs we listed in this Pioneer VSX-LX504 review.
The main feature of this unit is IMAX Enhanced certification, which guarantees very high quality picture and sound in a home theater. In addition, the AV receiver uses selected components and the best circuit solutions to get the best sound not only when watching movies, but also listening to music. Pioneer VSX-LX504 has a configuration of 9.2, power 9 x 180 W (8 Ohms), and is equipped with amplifiers made using proprietary Direct Power technology. They develop high power output and provide accurate and balanced sound with minimal distortion. The AV receiver has decoders of all popular formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS: X.
The Pioneer VSX-LX504 AV receiver belongs to the premium class series of this company, which have an improved design compared to the base models. Provided Bluetooth for quick connection of mobile devices. Pioneer VSX-LX504 has a high-quality DAC based on AK4458 (AKM) and PCM5101A (TI) microcircuits, in addition, many music lovers will certainly be pleased with the presence of an input for connecting a vinyl player.
Pioneer VSX-LX504 is equipped with seven HDMI inputs (one of which is located on the front panel) and two inputs, with the ability to transmit video 4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and Dolby Vision. The device provides support for the widest streaming functionality. Pioneer VSX-LX504 is equipped with support for multi-room systems DTS Play-Fi, FlareConnect, Chromecast and AirPlay 2. It is also possible to play music from popular on-line services or network drives, as well as from USB-flash drives.
To adjust the sound of the home theater system, depending on the conditions of its placement, MCACC auto-calibration is provided. And to increase the accuracy of forming a three-dimensional sound picture depending on the reflective properties of the ceiling when using Atmos upward-mounted acoustics, the Reflex Optimizer system is provided.