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Both models are made using a proprietary, so-called technology of broadband amplification (WRAT). In fact, the system is built based on the powerful transformer and big capacitors in the power supply, as well as using with a low resistance copper bars supply. Three cascading inverting amplification circuit uses a powerful Darlington transistor output stage with low on-resistance, which provides excellent dynamic performance with low distortion. Powerful analog amplifier combined with a system of two-channel digital signal processing and DAC from Burr-Brown that provides support for digital audio resolution of 192 kHz/24 bits. Good news for music lovers classic stereo format is that the Onkyo TX-NR737 and TX-NR838 uses a proprietary AccuEQ calibration system, which allows to preserve the unique music scene, playing to the front speakers left and right channels. Vinyl lovers will appreciate the opportunity of a direct connection to the innovations of the turntable. Moreover, the owners of the Onkyo TX-NR838 will be able to choose the mode of direct transmission of an analog signal. This disables all the digital circuit of the receiver, preventing unnecessary digital processing. Audio signals go to an analogue input of the amplifier directly from the preamp of the player or other analog sources and then in analog form is transmitted to the front speakers. Both receivers have seven HDMI inputs (six rear, one front with MHL for connecting smartphones / tablets) and two outputs. Inputs 1 - 4 and is located on the front panel supports Ultra HD video at up to 60 frames per second. 3 input and main HDMI output from both models compatible with HDCP 2.2, which allows the receiver to play copy-protected video content in Ultra HD. Models without HDCP 2.2 support will be able to transmit video in the highest quality resolution only in standard definition (480i/576i). Technology Qdeo improves the quality of low-resolution video from game consoles, DVD and streaming services to Full HD or 4K (depending on your display). Receivers allow you to transmit sound to another room, equipped with a pair of speakers, the TX-NR838 transmits high-definition video to the display in Zone 2 using HDMI out Sub. From media players connected to it, you can stream content in 1080p resolution on a second display controlled by a smartphone. The additional HDMI output on the TX-NR737 is designed to connect the projector.TX-NR838 also has multichannel pre-outs in 7.2 format, five digital audio inputs and control output 12 volts for second zone audio. Built-in Wi-Fi and DLNA-compatibility enable you to make high-resolution audio from PC or media servers, with search, track selection and playback control using a special application. Supports many file formats, including 5.6 MHz DSD, Dolby TrueHD, and high-resolution audio up to 192 kHz/24-bit FLAC and WAV. Users can also stream music stored on mobile devices, using Wi-Fi or using the built in Bluetooth receiver 2.1. Both receivers provide access to many audioservice, including Spotify Premium, Deezer, Aupeo, Pandora and TuneIn Radio. Graphic displays allow you to make quick adjustments in the process of playing audio or video.
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