Connect this receiver to several speakers, a subwoofer, and a big-screen HDTV to create an impressive home-theater setup with surround sound
Onkyo TX-SR373 5.2-Channel A/V Receiver
The unsung hero of many a home-theater system, this receiver faithfully reproduces sound and supports 4K content, pumping out dynamic audio and high-quality visuals to connected electronics.
Lifelike Sound from Multiple Angles
5.1-channel surround sound makes the cheers of a packed stadium or the rumble of a far-off tank feel like they’re happening in your living room. This receiver can act as the hub of such a setup, which balances distribution between one center, two front, and two rear speakers. For an even greater sense of immersion, a dedicated subwoofer can color the sound with deep yet not-overwhelming bass.
Bluetooth: Stream Wireless Music, Internet Radio, and Podcasts
Bluetooth streams music wirelessly from a compatible device, meaning your smartphone never has to be tethered to a speaker to play songs or podcasts. In turn, that wireless connections lets you double as DJ while doing whatever you please, such as mingling with guests, cleaning the house, or doing yoga.
- Product number: TX-SR373
- 5.2-channel receiver
- Support for 4K, 60Hz, and 3D
- 155W/80W per channel (1-channel/2-channel driven)
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding
- Bluetooth: yes
- HDMI inputs: 4 in, 1 out
- Speakers and subwoofer not included
- Weight: 20oz.
- Product dimensions: 21”x17”x10”
- Condition: new
- Warranty: 2-year parts-and-labor warranty provided by Onkyo
Its name means “sound acoustics” in Japanese, and Onkyo offers a full array of electronics equipment to back it up. Since debuting its first product—a crystal pickup for record players—in May 1946, it has expanded its portfolio to include speakers, TVs, and receivers, enhancing home audio and entertainment around the globe.
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