This budget receiver is a total blast, thanks to Dolby Atmos, a variety of connectivity options, and awesome A/V performance.
This moderately priced component offers everything you'd want in an AVR both now and when you get around to upgrading to that 4K Ultra HD TV.
Designed as an upgrade to last year's VSX-821, this beautiful beast offers a lot of value over its predecessor.
Powerful, versatile and seriously customizable, Onkyo's mid-level network-ready does-all AV Receiver serves up some fine-quality V and A.
Denon's AVR-3312CI A/V receiver is the Swiss army knife of surround receivers. AirPlay? You bet. Support for 3D? 100% It's a hard product not to love, but is it also that perfect older sibling that you secretly hate?
Pioneer takes their flagship A/V receiver and throws in everything but the kitchen sink. Among the goodies? Integrated Apple AirPlay.
Pioneer's latest, 3D-capable receiver is missing a few bells and whistles, but is still a solid starting point for a high quality budget home theater.
Given how much this receiver does -- Audyssey DSX, speaker calibration, 3D passthrough, HD Audio decoding, network streaming, with Apple AirPlay on the way -- it's amazingly easy to configure and use.
This fully featured, network-connected home theater receiver sits comfortably at the top of the '67 line, but also offers a hint of the company's new luxury AVENTAGE brand.
The AVR-591 may be lean, but it offers support for 3D source passthrough, lossless audio decoding, and it sounds amazingly solid for the paltry asking price of $349.