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Onkyo HT-S5300 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver and Speaker Package with iPod Dock (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 130 watts/ch with 290W powered subwoofer
  • HDMI, Deep Color , x.v.Color , LipSync, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio , DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD, Multichannel PCM, and CEC
  • Audio and 1080p Video Processing via HDMI (4 Inputs and 1 Output)
  • Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Line-Out for Playback of Separate Source in Another Room
  • 4 DSP Modes for Gaming: Rock, Sports, Action, and RPG (Role Playing Game)
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Product Specifications

Brand NameOnkyo
Color NameBLACK

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 30.4 x 20.2 inches ; 80.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 81.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B003BEDQRG
  • Item model number: HT-S5300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,621 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 8, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Onkyo has built a reputation for making advanced features and performance more affordable for budget-conscious fans of home entertainment. Take, as a prime example, the HT-S5300 receiver and speaker package. At the heart of this 7.1-channel system, you have an A/V receiver sporting four of the latest HDMI 1.4 inputs—enough for all your high-def sources. HDMI 1.4 brings compatibility with 3D video—coming soon—and an Audio Return Channel. With the HT-S5300, you can also adjust settings on the fly with a handy overlaid on-screen display. The receiver offers a broad range of connectivity options, such as a front input for portable devices and a Universal Port for one-cable connection of the included Dock for iPhone/iPod. High-quality Burr-Brown DACs ensure pristine analog conversion of all digital audio sources, including HD audio formats from Dolby and DTS. And Dolby® Pro Logic® IIz gives you the option of a new height-channel set-up with the included 7.1-channel speaker package.

From the Manufacturer

The Ideal Foundation for Fully Immersive Home Entertainment

Onkyo has built a reputation for making advanced features and performance more affordable for budget-conscious fans of home entertainment. Take, as a prime example, the HT-S5300 receiver and speaker package. At the heart of this 7.1-channel system, you have an A/V receiver sporting four of the latest HDMI 1.4 inputs--enough for all your high-def sources. HDMI 1.4 brings compatibility with 3-D video and an Audio Return Channel. With the HT-S5300, you can also adjust settings on the fly with a handy overlaid on-screen display. The receiver offers a broad range of connectivity options, such as a front input for portable devices and a Universal Port for one-cable connection of the included Dock for iPhone/iPod. High-quality Burr-Brown DACs ensure pristine analog conversion of all digital audio sources, including HD audio formats from Dolby and DTS. And Dolby Pro Logic IIz gives you the option of a new height-channel set-up with the included 7.1-channel speaker package.


Four 3-D ready HDMI 1.4 inputs with easy audio setup
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HDMI 1.4 Support for 3-D Video and Audio Return Channel
The four HDMI 1.4 inputs on the HT-S5300’s A/V receiver let you simultaneously connect high-definition sources such as a Blu-ray player, a gaming console, and a cable/satellite tuner. A single output then sends a pristine signal to your connected high-resolution display. As the latest version of this connector, HDMI 1.4 adds the exciting possibilities of 3-D video and an Audio Return Channel. 3-D video is the next big thing in home entertainment, with movie, game, and broadcast content on the increase and 3-D compatible TVs on the near horizon. This system also offers the convenience of Audio Return Channel via HDMI. Audio content received directly by your HDTV’s tuner can be sent “upstream” to the A/V receiver, without the need for a separate S/PDIF audio cable.

Dolby Pro Logic IIz Adds New Dimensions to Surround Sound
On the HT-S5300’s A/V receiver, Dolby Pro Logic IIz enables you to incorporate two “front high” speakers into your surround-sound setup as an alternative to the two surround back speakers. The front high channels carry ambient, non-directional audio that helps immerse you even more deeply into your movies and games.

192 kHz/24-Bit Burr-Brown DACs Improve Jitter Performance to Deliver Clearer Sound
High-quality Burr-Brown DACs (PCM1690) work to optimize analog audio performance on the HT-S5300’s A/V receiver. These DACs perform advanced 24-bit signal processing and support sampling rates of up to 192 kHz, all while maintaining high resistance to clock jitter and offering a 113 dB dynamic range.

A Suite of Audyssey Technologies for the Ideal Listening Environment
Audyssey EQ automates the speaker-configuration process and employs a pre-set correction filter for each speaker, reducing the acoustic interference caused by a typical listening room. Audyssey Dynamic Volume automatically compensates for annoying volume fluctuations in audio content--for example, during jarring commercial breaks--all while optimizing the dynamic range of your sound. Finally, Audyssey Dynamic EQ maintains a consistent bass response, tonal balance, and surround-sound effect at different volume levels, so you can enjoy the natural dynamics of your content regardless of the volume.


Full-function remote control
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Onkyo HTP580: A Powerful, Full-Range 7.1-Channel Speaker System

Onkyo has included a powerful 7.1-channel speaker suite that is perfectly matched to the HT-R580 receiver. You get two SKF-580 2-way bass reflex front-channel speakers that come equipped with one 5" OMF diaphragm woofer and a 1" balanced-dome tweeter. The SKC-580 center-channel speaker houses dual 3-1/4" cone woofers and a 1" balanced dome tweeter. SKR- and SKB-580 speakers use a 3-1/4" cone to provide immersive surround and surround-rear sound. All speakers are rated at 130 Watts, taking full advantage of the receiver's 130-watt-per-channel capability. The SKW-580 powered subwoofer rounds out this speaker package, providing deep, room-filling bass from a 10" driver harnessed to an on-board 290-Watt amplifier.


Flexible, Convenient Features

UP-A1 Dock for Easy iPod Integration
The included UP-A1 Dock gives you a simple way to enjoy your favorite iPod and iPhone-based music and video on the big screen with big sound. It’s the first Onkyo dock capable of linking the iPhone and iPhone 3G to compatible Onkyo A/V systems. It can also accommodate the iPod (4G, 5G), iPod touch (1G, 2G), iPod classic, iPod nano (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G), iPod photo and iPod mini.

Convenient Overlaid On-Screen Display via HDMI
Changing your A/V receiver’s settings is now more seamless than ever, thanks to Onkyo’s new overlaid On-Screen Display (OSD) feature. On-screen set-up menus appear overlaid on the video image you’re watching. This means you can adjust the settings immediately without having to switch back and forth from a blank screen background.

Customer Reviews

The system was easy to set up and the sound is great.
Puddy
The setup is easy thanks to the color coded wiring scheme and the keyhole brackets make wall installation easy with no need for expensive speaker mounts.
Murphdog
The surround sound is great for the movies and games.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By C. Johnson VINE VOICE on May 21, 2010
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I purchased this HTIB system to replace my Sony STR-Se501 that I have had for over 10 years. That system has served me well, but recently the center speaker would occasionally cut out requiring me to tap on the top of the receiver to get the sound to come back. When working that system sounded pretty good, but I knew I had a problem when I played God of War 3 and I had a very hard time hearing the speech of some characters, even when my center speaker was working. I was all set to get the HT-S5200, but decided to hold off when I saw the HT-S5300 was coming out with better features. After getting the system setting up, I am glad I was patient.

The HT-S5300 is an excellent system for the price, even a much better deal when purchasing from online sites that give you a pretty hefty discount as opposed to the regular retail price. Everything comes packed neatly and securely in one large box and the basic instructions of hooking everything up is explained clearly on a full color poster which should have you up and running in no time. Even the speaker wires and inputs on the back of the receiver or color coded adding more the simplicity.

In addition to looking great with a black wood finish, the speakers are larger than I expected them to be; especially the front speakers and subwoofer, the fronts are so big in fact, instead of standing them up in a cubby hole of my entertainment center were I had my old speakers, I had to lay them down to get them to fit. I may look into getting some wall mounts for them, but my living room is an open area that isn't really set up for wall mounting. I have only hooked up speakers required for a 5.
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137 of 150 people found the following review helpful By mrcatman on June 22, 2010
This product has great promise - if they release fixes to the issues below. We even got a replacement receiver and subwoofer to see if we had a lemon, but (with the exception of one issue), all the problems were there in the replacements as well. We will be returning this product. Here's why...

1) S5300 doesn't "up-convert" composite/component formats to HDMI
I didn't learn this until I bought it (my fault), but I wanted to pass it along so you don't make the same mistake. I confirmed this in their manual and with a call to Onkyo. If you connect any non-HDMI device to the Onkyo, it will only send it out the same way. It will not up-convert it to HDMI.

If you connect a composite device (say, a kid's Leap Frog video game), you need a composite cable out from the Onkyo to your TV. Same for component. So if you use all 3 input types, that means you need 3 outputs from the Onkyo to the TV - HDMI, composite, and component. This also means you have to change the TV input alongside changing the Onkyo input. This might be par for the course for some, but the whole point of buying a new central HTIB device like this was to act as a hub for all inputs (regardless of type) and have a single HDMI out to the TV, so you never have to touch TV inputs again. Supposedly the next step up in receivers (6000 series) has up-converting.

Most of our devices are HDMI, and I'm sure eventually everything will be. But if you even have a single non-HDMI device... well, I'd rather have an up-converting receiver to avoid the unnecessary extra steps.

2) HDMI drop out
I saw HDMI signal cut out a couple times on the initial receiver unit, but it was brief. I see it more pronounced on the replacement receiver.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By GatorFan84 on May 15, 2010
I ordered the system on Thursday morning and got it delivered on Friday by 1pm thru Prime members 2Day shipping. Definitely amazed by the delivery service earlier than expected date.

Easy to setup the system in my home which took less than an hour to set it up. Comes with very easy to understand setup guide.

Watched The Dark Night on it and I must say the I was surprised (even sounds great with onkyo's crappy speaker cables) with the surround sound quality. Subwoofer is a monster. I was doing research on Onkyo's HTIB systems for last few months and I must say that this system serves all my purpose blu ray, digital video to upscaled HDMI videos.

Cons: None so far for this product.

This comes with iPod dock so that's also a plus for my need. The system comes with a crappy speaker cables same as Onkyo's other HTIBs. You must buy a good quality speaker cables 14 or 16Gauge depends upon your room setup.

Onkyo's HTIB for this price range STANDS OUT among any other HTIB. It includes 4 HDMI input with video and audio over HDMI, and a new HDMI 1.4 3D video, audio channel return support.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Gerla on May 31, 2010
I typically read, but do not write, reviews for products I buy; however, in this case, with all the negative reviews I've seen on this system, I feel I should chime in. I have had this system for about 2 weeks now, and have loved it. The sound is great, the hdmi switching is great, the hdmi-cec compatibility is great, etc. Other than the 3D capability, which I have not used, I have experienced every major selling point/feature for this system, and loved it.

My setup includes:
50" Samsung Plasma (PN50B550)
Samsung Blu-Ray (BDP1590)- Refurb that works flawlessly, btw.
Xbox 360
HTPC

All components are wired through HDMI to the receiver, utilizing the single HDMI out from the receiver to the TV for video.

The speakers, for an HTIB setup, are clear and powerful. While the volume seems to follow an almost logarithmic scale, I have never had to crank past 60% before feeling like my ears were going to bleed. Dimension-wise, the room the system is set up in is about 12x15, and it fits perfectly. The subwoofer, set to mid-volume, is always enough. It is a decent sub that focuses on it's full, intended spectrum, as opposed to just punching. It rumbles when it should, and even at low volumes, it will carry a bass line audibly without waking up the people sleeping in the next room.

Issues I've experienced:

* The receiver itself would not fit in my component cabinet. The noted dimensions include a 6" height, which my cabinet would accommodate, however, the combination of the included legs/spacers and the "face"-overhang of the unit were about a quarter centimeter too much to slide into the allotted height. This was easily fixed by picking up some furniture coasters, predrilling them, and mounting them in-place of the original legs.
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