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Cudahy TV
(414) 483-5630
4759 S. Packard Ave
Cudahy, WI
 
economy tv
(414) 481-5080
932 west oklahoma ave.
milwaukee, WI
 
Direct Digital Services
(414) 383-3606
2363 S 13th St
Milwaukee, WI
 
Presentation Services
(414) 276-8688
333 W Kilbourn Ave
Milwaukee, WI
 
Emergency Television Service Company
(414) 774-3566
9433 W Greenfield Ave
Milwaukee, WI
 
All Seasons Satellite
(414) 744-8783
2469 S Howell Ave
Milwaukee, WI
 
Ap Electronics
(414) 541-2597
5158 W Forest Home Ave
Milwaukee, WI
 
Ultra Fidelis Audio & Home Theater
(414) 221-0200
740 N James Lovell St
Milwaukee, WI
 
Excellent Superstore
(414) 397-5506
823 N 2nd St Apt 307
Milwaukee, WI
 
Jtv Satellite Systems Inc
(414) 778-1725
1413 S 72nd St
Milwaukee, WI
 

Onkyo Debuts New 'HT Series' AV Receiver Line


By Gary Reber


Onkyo has introduced a new family of audio-video receivers called the Onkyo HT Series.  The new HT line is an extension of AV receivers developed for the company's packaged systems line--building on Onkyo's core competencies, while streamlining feature sets.

The first of these new models, the HT-RC160, is a 7.2-channel receiver with five HDMI inputs, Dolby ProLogic IIz and many more features, and is currently available at a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $549. A step-up model, the HT-RC180, a 7.2-channel THX Select2Plus Certified receiver with advanced networking capabilities including streaming internet radio from Pandora, Rhapsody and others, will be added to the line in August with a $1049 MSRP.

"By capitalizing on our core technologies and refining the capabilities of these receivers we are able to bring to market desirable, high-value product people have come to expect from Onkyo," said Paul Wasek, Marketing Manager, Onkyo USA.

Since 1946 Onkyo has been passionately committed to developing audio products that deliver uncommon performance, quality and value. Bundling proprietary technologies and innovations with other sound-enhancing exclusives, Onkyo continues to created award winning product that are lauded by many of the industry leading audio publications. The company's philosophy is to deliver products that are superbly designed and built to a consistently outsta...

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Onkyo Debuts Three Networked, Multi-Task AV Receivers


By Gary Reber


Onkyo has introduced three network- and internet-radio-capable, 9.2-channel THX Ultra2 Plus certified A/V receivers that deliver all the power, processing, and features to support cutting edge home theater and whole-house entertainment. The three new models, the Onkyo TX-NR1007, TX-NR3007, and top-of-the-line TX-NR5007, will all be shipping to dealers before the end of September.

"With nine amplifier channels, dual independent subwoofer outputs, and up-to-the-minute networking and AV processing, the flexibility of the 'double-0' series is unprecedented," said Paul Wasek, Marketing Manager, Onkyo USA. "You can have a full-tilt 9.2-channel theater using Audyssey DSX or Dolby ProLogic IIz, or a great five-channel theater with added power to the main speakers or to additional stereo zones - the list of possibilities is a long one. These receivers take home theater to the current frontiers of networking, audio, and video performance."

All three new receivers include a rear-panel Ethernet port, and provide advanced networking capabilities with streaming for Pandora, Rhapsody, vTuner, and Sirius Internet Radio services. Each receiver is Windows 7 compatible, and carries DLNA (Digital Living Network

Alliance) 1.5 certification, ensuring optimal compatibility with other network-enabled equipment throughout the home.

The two top models in Onkyo's TX-series AV receivers, the TX-NR5007 and TX-NR3007, feature eight and seven HDMI 1.3a inputs each, respectively, including one on each front panel. Video processing, including upscaling of all video inputs to 1080p/24, is handled by an advanced HQV Reon-VX chipset. The less expensive TX-NR1007 features a total of six HDMI inputs on the rear panel, and 1080p upscaling via Faroudja DCDi Cinema processing. All three models include dual parallel HDMI outputs, allowing for display of current programming on dual monitors, simultaneously or independently, for increased setup flexibility. These models also include powerful ISF Certified Calibration Controls (ISFccc) for independent optimization and fine-grain adjustments of a full range of video sources, including day, night, and custom modes for each input.

Audio processing duties in each new model is handled by a trio of TI Aureus ™ DSP chips, and is compatible with every major surround format currently in use. Premium quality Burr Brown DACs—32-bit in the case of the TX-NR5007--in conjunction with Onkyo's

exclusive VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) are employed for digital-to-analog conversion. In addition to audio decoding, the receivers include a full suite of acoustic setup and optimization technologies from THX (Loudness Plus) and Audyssey (MultEQ XT, Dynamic EQ, and Dynamic Volume) that custom tailor audio output to ensure optimal system performance in any environment and at any listening level. Additionally, the TX-NR5007 and TX-NR300...

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YAMAHA RX-V867 A/V Receiver Tops Off Popular Home Theater Series


By Gary Reber


Yamaha Electronics Corporation, the innovator in home theater and digital audio and video reproduction, today introduced the RX-V867 A/V receiver (95W x 7), topping off the company’s highly regarded “67” series—one of the most popular, affordable A/V receiver lines to ever hit the market.

The new receiver, which joins four other models (RX-V367 $249.95 MSRP, RX-V467 $379.95 MSRP, RX-V567 $479.95 MSRP, RX-V667 $599.95 MSRP) low- to mid-priced models, is packed with the latest A/V technologies, including simultaneous Dual HDMI Outputs, Network capabilities, as well as 3D Video and the latest HD Audio support. Sporting an MSRP of $899.95, the RX-V867 breaks the price barrier for a traditional A/V receiver heralding these much-demanded features.

“Our ‘67’ series receivers have been met with great enthusiasm by budget conscious A/V enthusiasts, due to their remarkable versatility, connectivity and functionality at extremely attractive price points,” said Tom Sumner, President, Yamaha Electronics Corporation. “The new RX-V867 rounds out the line beautifully, in that it provides the latest in true high-definition entertainment, along with strong feature set one would expect from a Yamaha receiver.”

As with the existing models in the “67” series, the RX-V867 provides a thrilling 3D and HD audio surround sound experience for A/V aficionados who want to get the most out of their Blu-ray disc players, broadcast HD services and gaming consoles, as well as 3D televisions.  In addition, the new on-screen display GUI with album art can overlay on HD and 3D sources.

The RX-V867 takes thing up a notch in several areas. First, advanced network functions, which are DLNA V 1.5 certified, allow users to enjoy Internet Radio (MP3/WMA), popular streaming services such as Rhapsody® and Sirius Internet Radio, as well as music files stored on their PCs (WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC 96/24).

Additionally, the RX-V867 is equipped with Dual HDMI outputs, allowing for the two simultaneous outputs for multiple displays, or combination projector/flat screen television.

It also incorporates the latest A/V technologies, including 3D and Audio Return Channel support over HDMI 1.4a (6 in/2 out), HD Audio decoding with the company’s proprietary CINEMA DSP 3D technology, Powered Zone 2, and Party Mode, where all zones can be made to play the same source material.

Rounding out the RX-V867’s capabilities, Yamaha’s IntelliAmp technology enables users to assign amplifiers for bi-amp configuration, surround back, front presence or Zone 2 connection. In addition, the built-in Yamaha YPAO automatic calibration instantly makes system adjustments to best match the room in which the system is placed, resulting in optimum sound.

Pristine audio quality is also provided by the model’s discrete amp configur...

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