Onkyo launches two new affordable 7.1-channel AV receivers

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<img src="http://www.homecinemachoice.com/images/news/8805.jpg" align="right">Onkyo has announced the launch of two new 7.1-channel home cinema receivers. The cheaper of the two models is the £400 TX-SR604E which, despite its relatively low price, offers a huge power output of 7 x 140W and HDMI switching. If you can run to an extra £100, though, Onkyo recommends that...

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i dont get it,whats the point in having HDMI on sound.I can see the point on having it for picture and video quality,but what benefits do you get if you get a av reciever with HDMI, what would YOU use them for.Are they worth the extra money.
 

marty2005

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They are called AV amps for audo and video.

They can switch audio and video inputs.

Have a look at the back of one of these amps and you'll see loads of video and audio inputs. Also a video/audio output.

On the Onkyo, all video inputs can be output through hdmi.

This would give you more inputs to your tv.
 

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