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DTS, Inc. (Nasdaq: DTSI), a leader in high-definition audio, today announced the recent integration of
DTS Neo:X™ audio technology into the world’s first A/V receiver supporting full 11.1 output capability. Onkyo’s new TX-NR5010 and TX-NR3010 Network A/V receivers with the DTS Neo:X audio solution feature 11.1-channel support and customized modes for any listening experience, offering a comprehensive up-mixing solution with distinct benefits across a variety of operational modes:
Cinema—this mode provides crystal clear dialog and ambient cues to enhance the movie viewing experience
Music—in this mode, expansive sound space adds depth for enhanced immersion during the listening experience
Game—this mode creates strong directionality providing an unparalleled interactive experience during game-play
“Our new line of home theater receivers—with DTS Neo:X technology—further demonstrates Onkyo’s ability to integrate imagination and ingenuity into audio products, remaining true to our tradition of developing high-quality audio equipment,” said Nobuaki Okuda, president, Onkyo Sound & Vision Corporation. “As DTS continues to advance the audio industry by reinventing the listener experience, our collaboration allows today’s connected consumers to fully embrace amplified, multidimensional surround sound.”
The Onkyo TX-NR5010 and TX-NR3010 receivers, with nine channels of amplified output and up to 11.4 analog outputs through pre-outs, not only deliver an audiophile-grade soundscape, but offers internet accessibility for users to connect smartphones, tablets and PCs to enjoy digital media files streaming through home surround sound speakers. As the world’s first 2.0/5.1/6.1/7.1-to-9.1/11.1 conversion technology within a single algorithm, DTS Neo:X delivers discrete effects to the vertical dimension—fortifying events such as planes flying overhead—while elevating ambient sounds, including thunder or thematic background music for increased soundtrack depth and realism. The end result is a unique surround sound experience that the home theater enthusiast can integrate with existing connected devices to enhance the audio environment.