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Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

New out are the Onkyo 9.2 channel receivers that offer 175W per channel and 180W per channel, respectively

These THX-Certified Select A/V Onkyo receivers are equipped with 11.2-multichannel pre-outs and processing to enable Dolby Atmos and DTS:X soundtrack reproduction though speaker layouts of up to 7.2.4ch (with an outboard stereo amp).

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

Dynamic Audio Amplification employs a custom transformer and large customised block capacitors. Non-phase-shift circuit topology on discrete wideband amplifiers is included while patented VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) on Front L/R channels is featured. 

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 The TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830 feature AccuEQ room acoustic calibration technology too.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

Both receivers feature Dolby Surround and DTS Neural:X upmixing solutions. These cross-compatible technologies re-map legacy soundtracks commonly encoded on DVD, Blu-ray Disc and streaming video.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

Chromecast is built-in. Playback can be controlled by voice with a smart speaker featuring the Google Assistant, such as Google Home.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

DTS Play-Fi technology is there too using the Onkyo Music Control App.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

Proprietary FlareConnect technology shares audio from network sources and external audio inputs between compatible components.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

Amazon Music can be accessed via the Onkyo Music Control App, while TIDAL, TuneIn, Deezer, and Spotify are enabled with Onkyo Controller. Onkyo Controller presents local and network audio for streaming together with remote-control functionality. The receivers also include Bluetooth wireless technology. AirPlay network audio streaming technology is built in too.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

You also get a phono amplifier while both support Hi-Res Audio via network and USB storage devices. The TX-RZ730 plays DSD5.6 MHz/2.8 MHz while the TX-RZ830 supports direct playback of DSD11.2 MHz files. Both support 24bit audio up to 192kHz in FLAC, WAV (RIFF), AIFF, and ALAC formats.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

On the video side, the TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830 include HDMI pass-through of HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) and Dolby Vision formats as well as 4K/60p, BT.2020, 4:4:4, 24bit, and HDCP 2.2-protected video. Six rear HDMI inputs, Main Out, Zone 2 Out (Sub Out on the TX-RZ730) and a front HDMI input are included on both models.

Onkyo RZ Receivers: TX-RZ730 & TX-RZ830 

For further information click www.uk.onkyo.com/en/

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  • Reply
    Dave Hattey
    3rd June 2018 at 5:40 pm

    What a bohemoth

  • Reply
    William O
    25th February 2019 at 2:59 pm

    I went through the entirety of this without reading an objective comment on the quality, sound, function of this unit. Lots of pictures, plenty of specs, but in effect, this is just a restructured manufacturers flyer on this piece. Did someone actually pay you to reconstruct this?

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      25th February 2019 at 3:28 pm

      Hi William – this is a news piece and not a review (as stated at the top of the page). It is based on the limited information supplied by a single source, the manufacturer. Every magazine, journalist and media news outlet receives the same information. If I’m able to secure a review sample, I will then write a separate review. Hope that explains everything.

  • Reply
    Mark Mercer
    13th May 2019 at 8:24 pm

    Hi Paul
    I realize you wrote this article early last year but I’m concerned about what I’m seeing concerning the Onkyo TX-RZ830.
    I am ready to purchase this model but after days of research why am I finding it so much cheaper than the other lower-end Onkyo models?
    For example… right now, on Amazon, the TXRZ830 ($1399.00 MSRP) is the same price as the TX-RZ730 ($1099.00 MSRP)! This same low pricing is o other sites, too. Also, I’m seeing a lot of “open box specials”… same model.
    Is there something wrong with this particular model? If you know something I don’t, I’d sure appreciate an email from you.
    Thanks, Mark Mercer

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      13th May 2019 at 8:48 pm

      Difficult to pin this one down but it may be because the model is being replaced or restructured in the range because of more recent releases. I wouldn’t be concerned about quality, though.

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