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Onkyo TX-RZ3100

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    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Then it was today. My beloved Yamaha Z11 is replaced, not because I'm not satisfied with it, but to 4K, HDR and advanced multiroom attracts (fire Connect). Anyone who had the honor to address the notion tough challenge was the Onkyo TX-Z3100. I have previously owned both an Onkyo 875 and 906, where I have been ok satisfied but not more than that. We start with the negatives I experienced the Onkyo TX-Z3100, so far, the remote control is not an extravagant story it's there but feels a bit simple same with some controls on the front. However, this should be compared because I come from a machine 70.000sek Yamaha Z11 where everything is done to perfection. But what does this matter when you still do not need to use the remote control for 1 second and never occurs and knobs on the controls when you handle everything via phone, plate, etc. The positive of this machine is that it is great to work with in all respects; spot guide, smart and precise calibration, can be relatively crowded when not exchange any great warmth, streaming with robust file support (my squeezebox sold directly) new smart and use-friendly features (eg network standby that makes you really can build it into a wall if one so pleases :)). However, the most important thing I have not touched, the sound, I was a little worried at this point that I like to get good dynamics at lower / normal volumes, for example, sits with a center today as "sadly" are difficult to enforce good when it is full records . But Onkyo TX-RZ3100 handle everything I as yet ask it to do, to convey the film in a natural way and excelling in music (to be one of-reciver). A so long can not say more than that I'm impressed and I do not regret one second that my Z11 now more lives in the bedroom.