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Nouveaux Amplis ONKYO TX-SR606 et TX-SR506 et TX-SR576

Message » 17 Mar 2008 9:48

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TX-SR606 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver SILVER BLACK
The Progression of Affordable High-Def Home Theater Continues
with Full HD Integration and Video Upscaling
As part of the second generation of Onkyo high-definition-capable receivers, the TX-SR606 is at the forefront of affordable home
theater.The key is to have the most capable version of HDMI.The TX-SR606 provides high-definition video and audio processing for
four source components—another first for Onkyo at this level. From Blu-ray Disc players to gaming consoles and cable/satellite boxes,
you have everything in the digital realm covered.Apart from 1080p video, the TX-SR606 can upscale all video signals to 1080i,
regardless of the connection, for output via HDMI. Onkyo’s own RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) also gives you inter-operability
with the displays and playback components from other leading brands.And with an expanded version of Audyssey’s room correction
technology, the TX-SR606 maintains the fullness of surround sound audio quality at low volume levels.The TX-SR606 offers all-round
excellence rarely seen at this level.
Processing 1080p Video and High-Def Surround Sound
via HDMI 1.3a
With the latest HDMI version and advanced A/V processing
capabilities, the TX-SR606 is a powerful control center for all highdefinition
media, including Blu-ray Disc and HD broadcasts.You can
connect up to four components via HDMI to receive and switch
compatible sources for a pure digital connection to an HDTV.Also, all
multichannel audio—from bit-for-bit streams to standard Dolby
Digital—can be digitally transported via HDMI for processing by the
TX-SR606.This version of HDMI enables CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control), greater bandwidth to deal with higher resolutions, 36-bit
Deep Color™, and high frame rates.
The Full Range of Next-Generation, High-Definition
Surround-Sound Codecs
The TX-SR606 has the decoding technologies—Dolby TrueHD® and
DTS-HD® Master Audio—to enable a lossless, bit-for-bit soundtrack
that is identical to that of the studio master. Both codecs are designed
for the Blu-ray Disc format.The receiver also handles two “lossy”
technologies: Dolby® Digital Plus and DTS-HD® High Resolution Audio.
Dolby Digital Plus has been designed for high-definition video delivered
via disc media, broadcasts and online content. DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio, meanwhile, offers a greater bit rate, a higher sampling
rate, and more channels than the core DTS technology.
HDMI Video Upscaling (to 1080i) and Faroudja DCDi
Edge™ (Directional Correlational Deinterlacing)
The TX-SR606’s HDMI inputs can receive pristine digital video from
HDMI-enabled components for a single-cable output to a display
device with an HDMI or DVI connection. 1080p video is processed as
it is, but all other signals can be upscaled to 1080i via HDMI. Upscaling
takes the video resolution to pure HD quality, and it better matches
the native resolution of today’s high-definition displays.To further
improve performance on high-definition displays, the TX-SR606 features
a deinterlacing chip with Faroudja DCDi Edge technology, which
effectively eliminates video artifacts.
RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) for System
Courtesy of HDMI 1.3a, the TX-SR606 offers integrated system control
with selected HDMI-compatible high-definition displays, DVD and harddisk
recorders, and Blu-ray Disc players.With one remote control, you
can control several functions, including Standby,Volume Command and
Direct Change. RIHD lets you seamlessly integrate the TX-SR606 with
other leading brand-name devices, including those in the Panasonic
VIERA Link™,Toshiba CE-Link™, Sharp AQUOS Link, and Samsung
Anynet+ ranges.
TX-SR606 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver
NPR No. 08N12 02/08
Power Output
Front L/R 140 W + 140 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1 channel
driven, IEC)
Center 140 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1 channel driven, IEC)
Surround L/R 140 W + 140 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1 channel
driven, IEC)
Surround Back L/R 140 W + 140 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1 channel
driven, IEC)
Dynamic Power 210 W (3 Ω, 1 ch)
180 W (4 Ω, 1 ch)
110 W (8 Ω, 1 ch)
THD (Total Harmonic Distortion)
0.08% (Rated power)
Damping Factor 60 (Front, 1 kHz, 8 Ω
Input Sensitivity and Impedance
200 mV/47 kΩ (Line)
Output Level and Impedance
200 mV/2.2 kΩ (Rec out)
Frequency Response 5 Hz–100 kHz/+1 dB, -3 dB (Direct mode)
Tone Control ±10 dB, 50 Hz (Bass)
±10 dB, 20 kHz (Treble)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 106 dB (Line, IHF-A)
Speaker Impedance 4 Ω–16 Ω or 6 Ω–16 Ω
Input Sensitivity/Output Level and Impedance
Video 1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Component and S-Video Y)
0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (Component PB/CB, PR/CR)
0.28 Vp-p/75 Ω (S-Video C)
1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Composite)
Component Video Frequency Response
5 Hz–50 MHz (-3 dB)
Tuning Frequency Range
FM 87.5 MHz–108 MHz
AM 522 kHz–1,611 kHz
FM/AM Preset Memory
40 stations
Power Supply AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption 550 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 x 174.3 x 374.7 mm
Weight 11.4 kg
Dimensions (W x H x D) 570 x 297 x 469 mm
Weight 15.1 kg
Correcting Room Distortion and
Loudness with Audyssey 2EQ™ and
Audyssey Dynamic EQ™
The TX-SR606 uses Audyssey 2EQ to counter
distortion created by walls, furniture, and other
objects.This technology detects speaker distance,
and then sets levels, delays, and crossovers, while
also measuring room acoustics. Compared to oneposition
room correction systems,Audyssey 2EQ
covers a much wider listening area. Moreover, it
corrects problems in both frequency response and
time domain (where most of the problems lie)
across the entire listening area.The results are
immediately obvious—a clear, well-balanced and
natural sound.
After 2EQ calibration, Audyssey Dynamic EQ solves
the problem of deteriorating sound quality at lower
volumes.The professionals who create music and
movies do so at reference levels much louder than
typical home listening levels.When volume is
reduced on a standard home theater receiver, the
bass disappears, voices change, and the surround
soundstage becomes less enveloping. As volume is
adjusted on the TX-SR606, however, Dynamic EQ
selects the best possible frequency response and
surround levels moment-by-moment, resulting in an
ideal listening experience at any volume level.
Bi-Amping Capability for High-Impact
Movies and Music
The TX-SR606’s surround back speaker channels
enhance the ambience and sound effects of movies.
They can also be used with the front left and right
channels to provide two separate amplification
channels for compatible bi-amping speakers (i.e.
those with two sets of input terminals). In effect,
two separate channels drive the woofer and
tweeter of each front speaker.This improves sound
quality by maximizing power to the low-/mid- and
high-range frequencies, respectively. It also gives you
a more powerful, dynamic soundfield for twochannel
music and movie sound effects.
Music Optimizer to Support Compressed
Digital Music Files
While MP3 or AAC files may sound fine on a
portable digital player, the limitations of these
compressed files can be exposed when played back
through a home entertainment system. Onkyo has
designed onboard Music Optimizer technology to
improve the quality of compressed audio signals.
Compressed music loses a substantial amount of bit
information at higher frequencies, so the Music
Optimizer technology works to overcome this
limitation and enhance audio quality.
• 140 W/Ch Minimum into 6 Ω, 1 kHz, IEC (1 Channel
• DTS®-ES™ Discrete/Matrix, DTS® Neo:6, DTS® 96/24,
Dolby® Digital EX™, Dolby® Pro Logic® IIx Decoding
• H.C.P.S. (High Current Power Supply) Massive High
Power Transformer
• 192 kHz/24-Bit DACs for All Channels
• HDTV-Capable (to 720p/1080i) Component Video
Switching (2 Inputs and 1 Output)
• WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology)
• Advanced 32-Bit Processing DSP Chip
• 4 Digital Inputs (2 Optical/2 Coaxial)
• Subwoofer Pre Out
• CinemaFILTER™
• Pure Audio Mode
• Direct Mode
• A-Form Listening Mode Memory
• Optimum Gain Volume Circuitry
• Music Optimizer for Compressed Music Files
• Non-Scaling Configuration
• Tone Control (Bass/Treble) for Front L/R Channels
• Color-Coded 7.1-Multichannel Inputs
• Independent Crossover Adjustment for F/C/S/SB
(40/50/60/80/100/120/150/200 Hz)
• Double Bass Function
• DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus Decoding
• HDMI 1.3a* Audio and Video Processing (1080p;
4 Inputs and 1 Output)
• HDMI Video Upscaling (to 1080i)
• RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) for System
• HDTV-Capable HDMI Switching
• Deinterlacer with Faroudja DCDi Edge™ (Directional
Correlational Deinterlacing) Technology
• Audyssey 2EQ to Correct Room Acoustic Problems
and to Calibrate Speakers
• Audyssey Dynamic EQ for Loudness Correction
• Bi-Amping Capability for Music and Movie Surround
• Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Line-Out for Playback
in Another Room (Separate Source)
• Dual Banana Plug-Compatible Speaker Posts for All
• A/V Synchronization Function (Up to 100 ms in
10 ms Steps)
• 40 FM/AM Radio Presets
• 4 S-Video Inputs and 2 Outputs
• 5 A/V Inputs and 1 Output
• 2 Audio Inputs and 1 Output
• Digital Upsampling
• Display Dimmer (Normal/Dim/Dimmer)
• Headphone Jack
• Sleep Timer (via Remote)
• Battery-Free Memory Backup
• Aluminum Front Panel
• Newly Designed Preprogrammed RI (Remote
Interactive) Remote Control with Mode-Key LEDs
• Compatible with RI (Remote Interactive) Dock for
the iPod
*Supports Deep Color
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Message par Google » 17 Mar 2008 9:48


Encart supprimé pour les membres HCFR

Message » 17 Mar 2008 9:52

Onkyo TX-SR506 - as current TX-SR505, plus:
3 HDMI inputs (but only switching)
Audyssey Dynamics EQ
10W more power all round
New remote
Biamp capability in 5.1 configuration
Zone 2 instead of Speaker A/B switching

TX-SR576 as above but may have HDMI audio capability

TX-SR-606 as current TX-SR605, plus

4 HDMI inputs
Audyssey Dynamics EQ
10W more power all round
New remote
An extra component video input

Audyssey Dynamics EQ works in conjunction with the Audyssey 2EQ system to adjust the balance of the sound to compensate for changing volume levels, giving a more consistent sound when listening at low volumes.
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Message » 17 Mar 2008 14:44

et le 806 ? des nlles de ce coté ?


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Message » 17 Mar 2008 15:04

psgfan a écrit:et le 806 ? des nlles de ce coté ?



Oui, il succèdera au 805 :mdr:

pas encore d'info ! :wink:
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Message » 19 Mar 2008 7:10

Quelques infos supplémentaires :

Onkyo TX-SR506

Driving Entry-Level Home Theater with Power, Finesse and HD Media
In the case of Onkyo A/V receivers,“entry level” means a whole lot more than just affordability and standard functionality. You won’t find a better example than the TX-SR506, which also offers high-definition media capability and advanced sound correction technologies. With an HDMI platform handling 1080p video from three sources, the TX-SR506 brings polish and peak performance to high-definition displays and sources. Legendary Onkyo amplification drive and power set the foundation for delivering bass crunch and vocal clarity. And, thanks to the latest Audyssey technologies, you get to enjoy a sweeping soundstage even at low volumes. Easily holding its own among higher-priced A/V receivers, the TX-SR506 adds serious impetus to entry-level home theater.

Special Features

HDMI Pass Through (3in/1out , 1080P compatible) — A separate audio connection is necessary

"Audyssey 2EQ" Auto room calibration w/Microphone

Music Optimizer for MP3/iPod

Onkyo TX-SR576

Entry-Level Home Theater with a Remarkable Difference—High-Def 1080p Video and Dolby® Digital Plus Surround Sound

Bringing both high-definition audio and video into an entry-level Onkyo A/V receiver for the first time, the TX-SR576 breaks barriers that were thought impregnable just a short time ago. Thanks to the TX-SR576’s HDMI platform, this receiver stands out with three masterful high-def advantages: 1) The ability to switch three 1080p video sources; 2) The scope to handle enhanced Dolby Digital Plus encoded audio; and 3) The capability to integrate and operate compatible components from the leading consumer electronics brands. In recognition of the need for home theater to adapt to spacious living rooms as well as to cozy apartment spaces, the TX-SR576 features new Audyssey technologies that let you tailor surround sound to your home and ensure an enveloping soundscape, even at low volumes. When it comes to digital music, this receiver draws on Onkyo’s own technology to spark life into digital audio files such as MP3s.

Special Features

1080P HDMI v1.2 Repeater: 3 inputs

"Audyssey 2EQ" Auto room calibration w/Microphone

Music Optimizer for MP3/iPod

Onkyo Debuts Entry-Level A/V Receivers With Powered Zone 2, Audyssey Dynamic EQ and More

Onkyo has introduced two affordably-priced A/V receivers that deliver a remarkable array of high end features for home theater and multichannel music reproduction. The 80 watt-per-channel TX-SR576 and 75 watt-per-channel TX-SR506 are the lowest priced receivers ever to include the company's Powered Zone 2 capability and front channel bi-amplification features, and are among the first receivers available anywhere to include Audyssey's new Dynamic EQ loudness correction technology. These receivers each include three HDMI inputs, Audyssey 2EQ automatic room correction, and also mark the company's first implementation of its new Music Optimizer software, which improves fidelity for MP3 and AAC encoded digital music sources.
The Onkyo TX-SR576 and TX-SR506 are the first receivers at these price points to include the company's dual-source Powered Zone 2 capability, which allows the receiver's rear surround amplifier channels to power stereo speakers in a second room while still listening to 5.1-channel sound in the main zone. The receiver is capable of processing separate multichannel and stereo sources simultaneously for the main and second zone, or processing a single source for both. There is also a Zone 2 pre-out that can be used in conjunction with a dedicated zone amplifier or receiver. Finally, for those with premium "biampable" loudspeakers, where the bass and midrange/treble drivers are each driven by separate amplifiers, the rear surround channels can be reconfigured for this more powerful operating mode.

Both receivers are well suited for use with high-definition displays and source components, including 1080p Blu-ray players, HD set-top boxes, and the latest generation of gaming consoles. The TX-SR576 features HDMI 1.2a with single-cable connectivity for audio and video functions, and additional decoding for Dolby Digital Plus high-resolution audio. The TX-SR506 includes HDMI pass-through, which has the ability to transmit 1080p video and Deep-Color™ data, but requires a separate connection for audio signals.

The Audyssey 2EQ automatic calibration system featured on the Onkyo TX-SR576 and TX-SR506 receivers employs an included calibration microphone to analyze the system's acoustical output at three positions in the listening area. The receiver sends test signals to each speaker in turn, then uses the inputs from the microphone to adjust channel level and time delay settings for each speaker. By taking readings in three different positions in the theater room, the receiver can be calibrated to the speakers and environment, delivering optimal response throughout the room rather than just at the 'sweet spot' directly in front of the screen.

Additionally, these receivers are among the first products ever to employ Audyssey's Dynamic EQ algorithm, which adds moment-by-moment refinement to the receiver's frequency response and surround levels in order to compensate for volume-dependent deteriorations in the listening experience, particularly at low volume levels. When used in combination with the Audyssey 2EQ system, this feature tailors the receiver's output to correct for room acoustics, listening position, and playback-level distortions, delivering an overall experience that is a much closer match to what the audio production engineers originally intended.

These are the first receivers to implement Onkyo's Music Optimizer technology, which improves the quality of compressed audio such as MP3 and AAC encoded digital music files. While these compressed audio formats sound quite acceptable over small headphones or PC speaker systems, when reproduced on a full-scale home theater system the loss of high-frequency information becomes much more apparent. The Music Optimizer employs sophisticated equalization and optimization algorithms to overcome these faults, and enhances the reproduction quality of digitally compressed music.

For sharp and accurate audio reproduction, both receivers employ 32-bit DSP processing and 192 kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog converters on all channels. Each includes 7.1-channel surround processing for Dolby Digital EX, Dolby ProLogic IIx, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, and DTS Neo:6. The receivers also include a user-selectable eight-setting subwoofer crossover adjustment for ideal integration of any subwoofer/satellite speaker system.

Both receivers are designed to take complete advantage of the company's RI (Remote Interactive) iPod dock/charger models. The receivers include preprogrammed RI-compatible remote controls, and are available in either black or silver finishes.

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Message » 30 Mar 2008 14:20

Quoi de plus comparé aux anciennes gammes ? (et oui, déjà :roll: )

La configuration dans mon profil

Ecran: 3m 2.35 transonore Reference 4K+WB / VP: HC6000 / Préamp: Nakamichi 7.1 / Amplis: Yamaha 2*P2500S-P5000S-P7000S/ Source: PCHC
/ Egaliseur: Behringer DCX2496 / Enceintes: 7 GKF Eva-Sat avec surrounds doublées/ Caissons: 2*JBL 4645C
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 14:32

La date réellement prévue est le 04/04/2008 ?

Il me semblait que c'était pour plus tard.

J'ai commandé hier un 605, du coup j'hésite à annuler !!!
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 14:46

Euh ... ? c'est une blaque , tu n'as vu pas le deuxième post ?
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 14:57

Pierock >> désolé d'être lourd mais je n'ai pas compris le sens de ton post
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 18:51

asterix précise "Mai 2008" dans son 1er post ;)
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 19:10

chris lo >> je sais bien, mais sur ils l'indiquent au 04 avril, d'ou ma question sur la date de sortie réelle.
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Message » 30 Mar 2008 19:41

julien20vt a écrit:chris lo >> je sais bien, mais sur ils l'indiquent au 04 avril, d'ou ma question sur la date de sortie réelle.

C'est surement pour appater le client :wink:
On verra bien en fin de semaine !
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Message » 31 Mar 2008 21:12

VoD a écrit:
julien20vt a écrit:chris lo >> je sais bien, mais sur ils l'indiquent au 04 avril, d'ou ma question sur la date de sortie réelle.

C'est surement pour appater le client :wink:
On verra bien en fin de semaine !

C'est vu , les dates de dispo ont disparu. :mdr:
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Message » 31 Mar 2008 21:26

J'ai vu ca aussi aujourd'hui...
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