Onkyo has added two new AV receivers to the range this week, in the form of the TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830. Both models are 9.2-channel receivers, with a capacity of 175 Watts and 180 Watts per channel respectively (at 6Ohm). Of course both models are also packed with features and functions, including 4K support and Dolby Atmos.
Onkyo TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830 receivers
Both the TX-RZ730 and the TX-RZ830 support Dolby Atmos and DTS: X, with the possibility for a 5.2.4-channel setup. You can, however, connect an external stereo amplifier to make it a 7.2.4 channel setup. In addition, the receivers have Zone 2 and Zone 3 pre / line-outs with which audio can be sent to other camels.
A lot of attention has also been paid to streaming. The receivers include Google Chromecast built-in, access to streaming services (Spotify, Tidal, Deezer), and DTS Play-Fi and FlareConnect for multiroom capabilities. If that is not enough then you can still opt for Apple Airplay and bluetooth. Everything can be controlled by the Onkyo Music Control App and it is also possible to control the device through a smart speaker with the Google Assistant.
Furthermore, the receivers have six HDMI inputs / (with HDCP 2.2 4K, HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision) USB ports, optical and coaxial inputs, six analog inputs and a Phono pre-amp. The TX-RZ830 adds the Pure Audio mode for minimal interference. The TX-RZ730 plays DSD 2.8 / 5.6 MHz (converted to PCM), while the TX-RZ830 DSD can display 11.2MHz files in native form. Both models offer support for 24bit / 192kHz in FLAC, WAV, ALAC and AIFF via the network.
Price and availability
The Onkyo TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830 must be available from June for a price of 899 euro and 1,199 euros.