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CNET compares the best AV receivers from Onkyo, Denon, Yamaha and Marantz. Which one should you buy?
If you want truly great sound, it's worth moving from a soundbar to an AV receiver with separate speakers. Here's what you should know.
The $2,500 streaming amplifier offers plenty of connection options, including HDMI ARC and Spotify Connect.
The feature-packed AV receiver pairs a fresh design with excellent performance for movies and music.
The Onkyo TX-NR6100 offers all of the features and performance you'd want in a sub-$1k receiver and is especially suited to Android users.
HDMI’s ARC, or Audio Return Channel, can make your gear easier to use. Here’s how.
Yamaha's new Aventage receivers offer seven 8K-compatible HDMI 2.1 inputs and come ready for next-gen gaming.
This receiver receiver adds 8K compatibility and keeps Denon's sound quality and design intact, but is it enough?
Onkyo and Pioneer have announced pricing and availability for their 2021 receivers which include Dolby Atmos and two-way Bluetooth.
Use BTMagic to listen to your TV using wireless headphones, or stream music from your phone to a nonwireless sound system. It goes both ways.