Onkyo has recently begun the shipping of its new TX-SR505 audio/video receiver, a successor and an improved version of TX-SR504. The new receiver has been equipped with 1080p-compatible HDMI pass-through switching capability and Audyssey 2EQ automatic calibration and room correction. Some of the features of Onkyo TX-SR505 include 7.1-channel processing modes, subwoofer crossover adjustment, 7×75 watts of power, A/V lip-sync adjustment, and connections for a full complement of A/V and stereo source components.
The Onkyo TX-SR505 is equipped with low-impedance discrete output devices, seven internal power amplifier channels with high-current, to deliver a continuous power output of 75 Watts per channel into 8-Ohm loads. WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology), Deep-Color, four assignable digital audio inputs with two coaxial and two optical connectors, RCA line-level connections for a CD player and audio recorder, and a subwoofer preamplifier output are some more features that make Onkyo TX-SR505 the best choice for home theater enthusiasts. Like some other new receivers announced recently Onkyo TX-SR505 is also a RI (Remote Interactive) iPod dock/charger model. The new receiver is available at an expected price of $379. For further details click here.