Pioneer VSX-930-K 7.2 Channel Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos and 4K Ultra HD Upscaler - Black

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Pioneer VSX-930-K 7.2 Channel Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos and 4K Ultra HD Upscaler - Black

Pioneer VSX-930-K 7.2 Channel Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos and 4K Ultra HD Upscaler - Black

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To say the Pioneer is well equipped is an understatement. And you can add user friendliness to its list of attributes too. A redesigned interface sees bigger tabs and bolder icons replacing the old listed menu format, making network and system settings easier to follow.

It’s worth noting that while the VSX-932 does offer dual subwoofer inputs, Pioneer accomplishes this via an internal ‘Y’ adapter. What this means is that signal sent to be subs is ‘summed,’ and distance level and room correction applied accordingly. If you’re using dual subs, you are going to want to pay close attention to their placement. I have an optical cable too that I have tried in various combinations – Sky to AV receiver, TV to AV receiver, TV to Sky, all without any success. There’s more: Google Cast is featured on Pioneer amplifiers for the first time, so you can ‘cast’ content from any compatible app (such as BBC iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube) straight through the amp and onto your screen.Connected to a Monitor Audio MASS 5.1 system, and with Onkyo upfiring speakers to deliver Atmos height for a 5.1.2 setup, the Pioneer proves to be a precise, immersive listen, always retaining a controlled edge rather than letting itself get carried away. Like its predecessor, the VSX-932 will decode True HD/Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD Master Audio/DTS-HD High-Resolution Audio/DTS 96/24/DTS-ES/DTS-HD Express, and Dolby Atmos. However, unlike its predecessor, the VSX-932 adds DTS:X/DTS Neural:X to the list.

too long affordable receivers have been supplied with button-heavy zappers that are simply too confusing for their target audience. It’s easy to look at Atmos all starry-eyed. Its sonic assets are clear, and with more Atmos discs being churned out, it’s becoming more tempting to buy into. The question here is how worthwhile it is at the budget end. After all, Atmos-enabled speakers are still pricey. The highly acclaimed 24-bit ES9006S SABRE Premier Audio DAC for 7.2 channel is adopted to deliver exceptional crystal clear sound. It features unprecedented dynamic range of up to 120 dB and low distortion, offering clear audio reproduction, free of jitter and digital artefacts. So before I go and buy new HDMI cables and start to connect the devices directly to the TV I want to hear from you all, if anyone have any ideas. Is there any settings that might result in this issue (on reciver or the device that is connected)?

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Last up on my movie list was John Carpenter’s Halloween (35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray). This has a frankly terrifying, but very uncluttered soundmix, and the VSX-930 delighted in conveying the synthdelivered jump scares. In my experience, and just like every other room correction system, MCACC did incorrectly set some of my speakers to ‘large’. However, it was simple enough to change this in the setup menu. The only caveat is the VSX-932 is unable to set individual crossover points, so you will need to settle on one crossover for all your speakers. and one of Hollywood's trademark bass swells. Although you wouldn't want to use this bargain-priced receiver to drive power-hungry, largescale speakers or fill a cavernous cinema room, it has enough for its likely end user. During the bar scene found near the beginning of the film, there’s a lot of subtle sonic information placed precisely around the soundstage. While the VSX-932 couldn’t quite capture the sense of soundstage or precise placement that I have come to expect, it turned in a very admirable performance for its price-point.

Speaker binding posts are of a decent enough quality for a receiver at this price point. The VSX-930 is designed to be an affordable home theatre solution, as such there are no pre-outs for connection to external amplifiers. can work with DTS Play-Fi speakers (a platform that will get a shrug from most UK buyers, as most compatible models are from US brands). Multizone support includes the ability to run HD audio and video to a second room. There are dual subwoofer pre-outs, should your cinema have a twin bass rig. To experience the immersive and undeniable quality of the VSX930 for yourself, come and pay us a visit in-store or call our expert Telesales team on 0333 900 0093. With our friendly advice you could be a part of the Atmos action before you know it!You won’t be able to play songs off your smartphone through USB – that’s where Bluetooth and AirPlay come in – but the inclusion of dual band wi-fi (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz) means you can stream high resolution files up to 24-bit/192kHz in FLAC, AIFF and WAV files over your home network. But enough talk (As Arnie said in his film ‘ Conan’) let’s get to the biggest improvement in the manufacturing giant’s latest AV offering. This is the first budget amp by Pioneer to feature Dolby Atmos. Hook up a pair of dedicated Dolby Atmos speakers and you’ll be thrust into a fully immersive 360° sound experience that is being heralded as the biggest advance in surround sound for 20 years.



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