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All-Purpose Home Theater Package with High-Class SpeakersAs Onkyo's top packaged system, the THX I/S Plus-certified HT-S9400THX boasts a speaker set to savor. All seven speakers employ a two-way design with A-OMF cone woofers for superb mid-range clarity. The matching powered subwoofer delivers awesome low-end for even the most demanding music, movies, and games. As well as handling internet radio and PC audio sent over a home network, the system's receiver offers a bevy of handy connections. Four 3D-ready HDMI inputs take care of high-def content, such as lossless audio from Dolby or DTS, and video upscaled to spectacular 4K resolution via Qdeo technology. A front-panel USB input provides a digital link for iPod/iPhone audio. Other inputs let you incorporate PC video, Onkyo peripherals, and countless other playback sources. Audyssey technologies enable you to customize the soundstage, dynamics, and volume, while interactive on-screen menus let you navigate your content with ease. When it comes to all-in-one home entertainment, the HT-S9400THX oozes class from first to last.
Product Title: Onkyo HT-S9400THX 7.1 3D Ready Home Theater System - 1035 W RMS - Black
Power Score: 4.0 | 2 Reviews
Parent Retsku: B004VK0IOS
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By testseek.com - Jan 30, 2012
The Onkyo HT-S9400THX is a high-end...
The Onkyo HT-S9400THX is a high-end home theater system. This package includes a 7.1 speaker system as well as a receiver to power the speakers. It is designed to be a versatile all-in-one solution for the living room. The HT-S9400THX provides a wide range of input options including optical, composite, stereo jack, HDMI, and USB. This enables devices such as Blu-Ray players, computers, and...
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By productwiki.com - May 21, 2011