Second model in Onkyo’s line of Audio – Video Receivers for 2013 is TX-NR 626. Like we said before Onkyo didn’t change the design that is the same as last few lines which we think it would be good. In this little preview we will concentrate on the specification and features of TX-NR 626 and on the differences between the last years model TX-NR 616. So let’s start! Both of these receivers are powered with 7.2 channels, both of them have support for 3D video and network streaming, up scalling with Marvell Qdeo for 4K upscalling and processing.
The main difference between Onkyo TX-NR 616 and TX-NR 626 is in number of HDMI inputs, built in Wi-Fi certified capability, and Bluetooth audio streaming technology that 626 has. So we can say here that we have the upgrade that we can see and hear. In terms of power both of them have 115W on 6 ohms, same power consumption, same standby power consumption but Onkyo TX-NR 626 has No-Sound power consumption that is 85W and it’s lighter for 2.7 lbs. If you need detailed specifications please visit Onkyo official site. That is it for now and remember these are the differences on paper we can’t wait to get our hands on this one!
- Marvell Qdeo™ Video Chip for 4K Upscaling and Processing
- 6in/1out HDMI Support for 3D Video and Audio Return Channel
- HDMI® Video Upscaling to 4K with Qdeo™ Technology by Marvell
- 4K Passthrough from Compatible Source Devices via HDMI
- Built-in Wi-Fi-Certified Wireless LAN Capability
- Onboard Bluetooth Audio Streaming Technology
- Network Capability Delivers Internet Radio and Network Streaming
- Rearside MHL™ for 1080p Video and Stills from Smartphone and Tablet
- Picture-in-Picture Input Video Preview with InstaPrevue™ Technology
- Supports Onkyo Remote Apps for iPod touch®/iPhone® and Android-Powered Devices
- Dolby® Pro Logic® IIz Upmixing for Seven-Channel Surround Sound
- Audyssey MultEQ® for Room Acoustic Correction
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