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Onkyo HT-S7300 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver and Speaker Package with iPod Dock (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 7.1-channel home theater system with receiver, subwoofer, center channel speaker, and six satellite speakers (including two tall boy front speakers)
  • 1200 watts of total power (130W x 7 channels plus 290W subwoofer)
  • Four 1080p capable HDMI inputs (V1.4a) supporting 3D video and Audio Return Channel
  • 1080p scaling via Faroudja DCDi Cinema
  • WRAT technology and discrete amp construction for cleaner sound
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Product Specifications

Brand NameOnkyo
Output Wattage130 watts
Color Nameblack
Specification MetSwitching
Special FeaturesUniversal port for single-cable, Front-panel audio input, Music optimizer

Technical Details

  • Universal port for single-cable
  • Front-panel audio input
  • Music optimizer

Product Details

User's Guide [1.90mb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 98.5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B003OQUIIG
  • Item model number: HT-S7300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,424 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 30, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Sitting at the top of our range of home theater packages, the HT-S7300 combines today’s essential A/V technology with proven Onkyo amplification muscle. Four HDMI 1.4a inputs allow you to hook up all your high-def devices and enjoy spectacular widescreen 1080p resolution on a compatible display. Non-HD video sources, meanwhile, can be upscaled to 1080p via HDMI with Faroudja DCDi Cinema. HDMI 1.4a not only provides a handy Audio Return Channel from your TV’s tuner to the receiver, it also gives you compatibility with upcoming 3D video content. Among the other connectivity options on the HT-S7300 is a Universal Port for the included Dock for iPhone/iPod. The Onkyo name is synonymous with quality sound, so it’s no surprise the HT-S7300 packs stellar audio processing: lossless HD codecs from Dolby and DTS; Dolby Pro Logic IIz for overhead ambience; Audyssey room-correction; and specialized audio modes for gaming. Rounding it out is a speaker set highlighted by a mighty pair of floor-standing front speakers that excel every bit as much with music as they do with movies and games.

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Top-of-the-Line Package with Tall-Boys for More Powerful Audio

Sitting at the top of our range of home theater packages, the HT-S7300 combines today's essential A/V technology with proven Onkyo amplification muscle. Four HDMI 1.4a inputs allow you to hook up all your high-def devices and enjoy spectacular widescreen 1080p resolution on a compatible display. Non-HD video sources, meanwhile, can be upscaled to 1080p via HDMI with Faroudja DCDi Cinema.

Onkyo HT-S7300
The special Onkyo HT-S6300 package with complete 7.1-channel surround sound speaker set--with two "tall boy" front speakers (see larger image).

This special HT-S7300 package also includes a 7.1-channel surround sound speaker set, which includes one subwoofer, one center channel speaker, and six satellite speakers--including two tall profile front speakers. It also includes a Dock for iPhone/iPod.

HDMI 1.4a not only provides a handy Audio Return Channel from your TV's tuner to the receiver, it also gives you compatibility with upcoming 3D video content. Among the other connectivity options on the HT-S7300 is a Universal Port for the included Dock for iPhone/iPod. The Onkyo name is synonymous with quality sound, so it's no surprise the HT-S7300 packs stellar audio processing: lossless HD codecs from Dolby and DTS; Dolby ProLogic IIz for overhead ambience; Audyssey room-correction; and specialized audio modes for gaming.

Onkyo HT-S7300 remote

Key Features

DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Audio delivers sound quality that matches the clear and vivid images of high-definition video. Blu-ray and HD-DVD discs deliver five times the video resolution of standard DVD and produce images with stunning realism. But that's only half of the story. You need incredible sound to complete the high definition experience and DTS-HD Audio provides the highest quality multi-channel sound possible. Movies come alive with sound as lifelike as the picture, and music becomes as real as a live performance.

Faroudja DCDi CINEMA

The Faroudja name is synonymous with high-quality video processing. The Faroudja technologies incorporated into our 2008 A/V receiver range give you the power to bring out the best from both high-definition and standard-definition video content. The Faroudja DCDi Edge video processor converts interlaced video signals to progressive scan signals and effectively eliminates video artifacts from HDTV images. The Faroudja DCDi Cinema video processor is a more sophisticated version that drastically reduces video noise without sacrificing image quality and sharpness. Both processors can scale standard-definition sources up to 1080i--and DCDi Cinema can additionally upscale to 1080p--for output to HDTVs.

Onkyo HT-S7300 rear
Rear of the HT-S7300 (see larger image).
Powered Zone 2

By dedicating a pair of channels on receivers with this capability, you don't need an external amplifier to enjoy an independent stereo audio source in a remote room. For example, on higher-end models this allows for a full 5.1 channel movie to be enjoyed in the home theater, while simultaneously sending a song from a CD (or other source) to speakers in another room.

Audyssey Audio Correction Technology
  • Audyssey 2EQ for Room Acoustic Correction: Tailors multichannel audio for your home theater by correcting problems both in frequency response and in the time domain (where most of the problems lie) for a clear, precise, and natural sound.
  • Audyssey Dynamic Volume: Maintains the desired listening level for all content while optimizing the dynamic range.
  • Audyssey Dynamic EQ for Loudness Correction: Solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality at lower volumes.
HD Radio Ready

Enjoy the crisp clear sound of HD Radio by connecting the optional UP-HT1 module on u-Port capable Onkyo models.

What's in the Box

Onkyo HT-S7300, one subwoofer, one center channel speaker, six satellite speakers (two tall front, two short rear, two short surround), iPod/iPhone dock, remote control (with batteries), operating instructions

Specifications

  • Output power: 1200W total system power (130W x 7 channels, plus 290W subwoofer power)
  • Dolby decoder: TrueHD, DD Plus, PLIIz
  • DTS decoder: DTS-HD Master Audio, HD-High Resolution Audio, NEO:6
  • iPod/iPhone ready: UP-A1 dock for iPod included
  • U-port: Yes
  • HD radio: via optional UP-HT1
  • Receiver dimensions: 17-1/8 x 5-15/16 x 12-15/16 inches (WxHxD)
  • Subwoofer dimensions: 10-13/16 x 19-15/16 x 16-3/16 inches (WxHxD)
  • Center channel dimensions: 11-7/16 x 4-13/16 x 4-7/16 inches (WxHxD)
  • Satellite front dimensions: 10-5/16 x 41-1/8 x 10-5/16 inches (WxHxD)
  • Satellite surround/back dimensions: 4-3/4 x 11-7/16 x 4 inches (WxHxD)
  • Warranty: 2 years, limited
Video Connections
  • HDMI (1.4a): 4 input, 1 audio output
  • Component (Y/Pb/Pr): 2 input, 1 output
  • Composite (AV): 4 input, 1 output
Audio Connections
  • Analog audio: 6 input, 2 output
  • Digital audio: 2 optical input, 2 coaxial input

Customer Reviews

Sound quality is great.
michael saltzman
I have elected to leave the receiver in an "open" slot, (No Door), in my Entertainment center where the air can move freely and help with keeping it cool.
William P. Shivers
So I highly recommend this brand to all who wanted to achieve the best sound without breaking the bank.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 70 people found the following review helpful By B.Cohen on December 5, 2010
I purchased this system on Black Friday, and noticed shortly after that it was "under review" by Amazon. Several of the other reviews state that the unit overheats and malfunctions if the vent is blocked, and were considering that to be a defect. This system could very well be a popular first home theater receiver/amp, so for those of you who aren't familiar with these kinds of things, think of it this way- the main unit is a video/audio processor packaged in a metal box which ALSO contains the parts that power the center, fronts, and surround speakers. The speakers don't have power plugs, they're powered directly by that unit. In other words, imagine placing a 20-pound power supply in a metal box with your laptop. Get the idea? There's a reason it ships with a warning label which clearly states DO NOT BLOCK THE VENT. I have no doubt that shoehorning it into one of those cubbyhole-style stands or placing a shelf directly above it will cause problems.

All that being said, I have my receiver on the bottom shelf of my TV stand with a good 8" above it before the next shelf, and the stand is open on the sides and back (glass shelves with wooden legs on the corners). I've run the unit for hours at a time with no problems whatsoever. Maybe I'm just lucky, or maybe it's the fact that there's sufficient airflow. Either way, it works.

And it works really well. I'm not sure how the setup could be difficult, all of the ports on the receiver are clearly marked and the remote uses the same labels (the "Game" HDMI port and "Game" optical audio port are controlled by the "Game" buttons on the unit itself and the remote). The various audio modes are well described and the Audyssey setup is easy too (and highly recommended, it makes a difference).
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By William P. Shivers on October 22, 2010
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Bottom line is I like the receiver. The sound is quite pleasing. It has a sufficient number of HDMI inputs for my needs and met my 3D requirements.

I did discover an already known issue (That I did not know about) with DirecTV and most any 3D Audio receiver and 3DTV, it doesn't work right out of the box. One ends up with a "split screen" much like a side by side PIP.

It appears this is a problem of DirecTV's making but can be corrected using Samsung's 3D option located in the Content-3D menu, then selecting the icon that looks like the problem you are having, in my case a side-by-side image. This works but is only effective while watching the 3D program. It has to be reset each time when watching a DirecTV 3D program. 3D programing from my Samsung BD-6900 Blu Ray passes through the receiver without a problem.

My S7300 is only one week old and I have had to order a replacement from Amazon.com. After listening to the receiver for anywhere from 5-30 minutes, the sound begins to cut out. It begins clicking every few seconds through all speakers for about 2 minutes with the clicking increasing rapidly over the 2 minutes. The sound then goes completely silent. If I unplug the receiver for about 30 minutes, the sound will come back, but will go out again in about 5-30 minutes as described before.

The problem does seem to be heat related as the sound goes out faster if the receiver is in it's enclosed space inside the Entertainment center. If I sit it out on a TV tray it will run for up to about 30 minutes before failure.

I'm a little disappointed at this point, but I am hoping the replacement will be trouble free. I will update my review after the replacement unit comes in....

When it does work, it works very well!
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Robert S. Zippin on September 15, 2010
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This setup is by far the best for the money. When I originally unpacked it and put it in the cabinet, the amp put out so much heat that the sound would go off for a few seconds after about 2 hours of play. I called Onkyo who said they never heard of such a thing and I should do a hard start(push power and vcr together) and if that didn't work I should drive the amp 30 miles to the nearest repair center. In the process of playing with the amp I pulled the cabinet away from the wall and pushed the amp to the back of its shelf so that I could get to the connections. Every time I did that, the intermittent sound loss stopped. I realized that the shelf above the amp did not block the amp vents when the amp was pushed to the back of the cabinet. I removed the shelf above the amp which gave the amp about 6 inches to vent the heat and from that time on there has been no sound loss and I have kept the amp running for 10 hours at a time. There are suggestions not to block the vent but it is a safety not a performance suggestion.
I would recommend this product to a friend, but not to insert in a cabinet without proper ventilation.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By elric on November 24, 2010
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I just bought this over a month and a half ago and it came damaged so I had to return it, a new one was shipped to me the following week, of course this one never worked right. The video works fine but the sound keeps cutting out. I bought new High def HDMI to hook up my PS3 and cable, still haveing same problems of sound cutting out. The video stays on only. The top of the receiver gets extremely
hot, which makes me believe it is over heating, and thus the reason for this to shut itself off. Ive owned many systems throughout my life and just replaced a Sony, which I paid for alot cheaper and had for a long time without any problems. I wanted bigger and badder, instead I've got so far a headache. I work alot so time slipped on me, its past the 30 for refund through amazon, so now I am dealing with Onkyo warranty, 2 yrs parts and labor.
Ok this is the major problem. Onkyo has cut many service shops, due to saving money, so only two places that will take care of these issues. One in NJ and other in Lakeworth, FL. BEWARE, you must either take your system to them or mail it with return postage all on your expense. This is where Im at this moment, luckily I live in miami so a 3 1/2 hr driving trip is what took me. Knowing that I must take that trip again to pick it up when I hope this problem is fixed, since I was told it would be about a month.
Ill update then.

...... Just picked up receiver yesterday 1/12/11. Was advised that inside unit had bad connection and needed to be resoderd. Now so far I watched a movie last night and all went well. I will update later when I'm sure all is well.
The "Beware" is due to the hassle I had to go through. So I had a defective unit from the start.

...... UPDATE... NOW 1/20/2011 Horrible to say but problem still is here.
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