The Onkyo LS-T10 sound stand feels well-built and sounds good with movies, but its lousy music performance makes it tough to recommend.
If you want to turn your current home-audio experience into something that will have you jumping for joy, we think you should investigate some new audiophile equipment from Onkyo
Onkyo is quite late to the stereo market, preferring to cut its teeth on multi-channel home cinema. Now though, it's got a stereo amp and a SACD player that promises smashing value
The Onkyo LS-T10 sound base is well-built and decent with movies but this is not the all-rounder it appears to be with music.
Music-only surround formats have failed again and again; is Onkyo's new high-resolution download scheme doomed from the start?
As long as you have the videos to watch, VLC's gesture controls and smooth performance make it an excellent app for video playback.
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Onkyo has entered the headphone market with two on-ear and two in-ear models. At first listen, they seem to offer decent bang for the buck.
Priced at $349 a pair, the SKF-4800 speakers look and sound like a much more expensive speaker system.
Onkyo's TX-NR525 is a solid AV receiver value, especially considering its affordable accessories, but competitors offer integrated wireless features for not much more.
Onkyo's TX-NR626 is a value-packed AV receiver with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and even a turntable input, but it's just short of being our top pick.