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- Pioneer release 2 new VSXLX AVR models to join their growing 2019 Home Entertainment lineup
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AV Receivers with ALL NEW features and specifications - introducing the new VSXLX504 and VSXLX304 from Pioneer. Both models come with IMAX® Enhanced audio and feature Dolby Atmos®/DTS:X which means your audio and visual experience is sure to be nothing less than exceptional. IMAX® Enhanced audio means the new VSXLX model is certified to deliver the most powerful sound just as intended by the filmmaker, and can also provide the most immersive audio experience for your home theater.
Pioneer’s new VSXLX304 is designed for optimum playback with seamless surround sound, calibrated by their signature Advanced MCACC which adjusts the sound according to the listening room and speakers to create multi-dimensional sound in an exciting home entertainment space. Sporting an impressive 9.2 channels and the Dolby Atmos Height Virtualiser, this AVR can provide virtual sound effects without the extra set up of height or surround speakers. As well as this, the VSXLX304 lets you simply stream and enjoy multi-room audio with your SONOS system, or you can stream wirelessly via FlareConnect™, built-in Chromecast, DTS Play-Fi®, or Apple AirPlay 2. There are many more features to get excited about, like a Powered Zone 2 with Dedicated DAC, Google Assistant ready, and Zone B Output for Wireless Headphones. Weighing a solid 10.8kg, this AV Receiver packs in so many features you’re bound to love it.
Stepping up from the VSXLX304, is the new VSXLX504 9.2 Channel AV Receiver. Equipped with all the features listed above, and additionally 3 kg heavier at a robust 13kg, this Receiver allows operation at 215 W/ch (6 ohms, 1 kHz, tHD 10 %, 1ch Driven) and enhances your Home Theatre set up with ease. Enjoy Powered Zone 2 and Zone 3 Audio, up to 11.2 MHz DSD direct playback, and 2 HDMI outputs. Enjoy a hands-free experience with the help of the Google Assistant: volume control, music skip, play and pause functions are a simple voice command away - no need to use your remote. The VSXLX504 is Dolby Vision™ and HDR10 Compatible, as well as allows Ultra HD Upscaling (1080p to 4K), and supports Hi-Res Audio File Playback via USB or Network connection for an audio visual experience like never before.
Both new models are anticipated to arrive in Austraia late 2019, and will be available for purchase at your local JB HiFi or Harvey Norman stores across the country. You can find further information and images of both new VSXLX models online via our website www.powermove.com.au or www.pioneeraudio.com.au
Please find Australian RRP listed below:
VSXLX304 - $1,599.00
VSXLX504 - $2,099.00
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