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From thick aluminum faceplate to gold-plated speaker posts, the TX-RZ900 is crafted for one purpose: pure enjoyment of sound, be it your vinyl records or the latest object-based movie soundtracks. Every component is customized to reference standards, from hand-wound toroidal transformer to massive audio-grade capacitors, to capture the whole audio image with breathtaking clarity and timing. The sound is lush, dynamic, and musical, with discrete high-current amplifiers reaching all the way down to 5 Hz. When the soundtrack explodes, you feel the rumble. Using low-noise Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC), this unique high-current amp technology produces sound that is immensely powerful yet free of distortion. A full complement of wireless tech is also included and there are eight of the latest HDMI terminals for 60 fps Ultra HD video and 4:4:4 color space. Experience home entertainment at its finest: the TX-RZ900 is one for the ages.
Before you Onkyo fans get your knickers in a bunch, allow me to explain. For a while now, I've rather felt like Onkyo and sister brand Integra have struggled to differentiate themselves. The former is, conventional wisdom holds, the consumer-facing, big-box-store-and-online-retailer wing of the duo, with the latter being aimed more at the custom installation market. Those lines have been getting blurrier and blurrier for years, but the $1,599 TX-RZ900 positively wipes them out.
That's not to mention the fact that the new RZ Series represents (to my mind) a significant step up in terms of performance and quality from a company that already drew hefty accolades for last year's models. The RZ900, for example, boasts a hand-wound, high-current toroidal transformer, extra-large capacitors and hotrod transistors, plus a beastly Asahi Kasei AK4458 384/24 DAC (with DSD capabilities), combined with Onkyo's own Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry for improved digital-to-analog conversion. It also features the bleeding edge in terms of video connectivity, with eight HDR-capable HDMI 2.0a inputs (and two outputs), five of which are HDCP 2.2 compliant, in addition to a pair of component and three composite video inputs for any legacy devices you may still have kicking around
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