The Onkyo audio company was established in 1946 and was initially an innovator, becoming a major force in audio. Onkyo quickly became synonymous with high quality components and speakers and sonic excellence. Throughout the 1970s the Onkyo speakers received critical acclaim. The 1980s brought products such as tape decks, turntables, M-Series amplification and AM/FM tuners which again, got heaps of praise from consumers and critics alike. The latest products from Onkyo include state of the art receiver packages, stylish hi-fi systems and home theatre systems.
Onkyo’s THX I/S Plus is its top package system, boasting an outstanding speaker set. The
five speakers utilize a two way design with cone woofers for excellent middle of the range
clarity. The package handles internet radio and PC audio over the home network. High definition content is taken care of by 4 3D-ready HDMI inputs.
There is a front panel USB input providing a link for iPhone or iPod audio. Additional inputs allow you to incorporate Onyko peripherals, PC video as well as a vast amount of further playback sources. You are able to customise the volume, dynamics and soundstage thanks to Odyssey technologies and on screen menus enable you to navigate your content interactively. For all in one home entertainment, the HT-S9405 THX cannot be beaten, oozing class and style.
Onkyo audio is one of the very few manufacturers of home-theater systems confident enough to sell its speakers separately. This cutting edge home theatre speaker system offers beautifully balanced surround-sound with Tallboy Front Speakers. To get the most from your receiver, the SKS-HT728 should be accompanied by a top quality surround sound speaker system. This will inject vitality and power into all your music, movies and games. Visually and aurally, the best feature of the channel home theatre speaker system is the dual drive, tallboy front speakers which are floor standing. These speakers are rated at 130W and when coupled with a two way centre and full range surround sound speakers, also rated at 130W – the mid and high range frequencies are stunningly detailed. At the bottom end in the meantime, a sub woofer adds heft to the bass notes and low frequency effects.