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Pioneer Elite VSX-01TXH 7.1-Channel Receiver

by Pioneer

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  • Dolby® TrueHD, DTS-HD® Master Audio
  • iPod® Player USB Digital Audio
  • Deep Color / 30-bit / 36-bit 4:4:4 Color Depth / xvYCC Color Support
  • Advanced MCACC Room Calibration
  • Surround Power: 110 Watts x 7
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Product Specifications

Brand NamePioneer
Output Wattage110 watts

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 36 pounds
  • ASIN: B001DF7H6Q
  • Item model number: VSX-01TXH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,126 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

It may be called a receiver, but really, it's a giver. It embraces your every component without prejudice - DVD player, VCR, speakers, television, iPod® player, video game console, XM® and SIRIUS® satellite radio - and harmony results, instantaneously. The results are yours to see, hear and appreciate. You won't just be entertained - you'll be transported, your senses treated to stimuli they haven't experienced before. Control all this power at your command, often with just a single push of a button. And if this isn't impressive enough, watch in awe as Pioneer's Elite® receivers calibrate themselves to their environment automatically with Advanced MCACC, the Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration System, for the best audio experience possible. It's a performance no other receiver in the world can follow. Set your sights on the new Elite® VSX-01TXH 7.1-channel receiver and experience a home theater command center unlike anything you've ever imagined before. With unprecedented audio and video performance from this incredible multi-channel surround sound receiver, enter a new dimension of sight and sound. Brace yourself for 110 Watts x 7 of High-Power Direct Energy Amplification for big, bold beautiful sound. Awaken your senses to high-definition home-theater surround sound from Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD® Master Audio Decoders, processed with THX® Select2 Plus Processing and Certification. Discover a world designed with optimal sound tuning capabilities from Pioneer's innovative Advanced MCACC room calibration and Phase Control technology to ensure the audio arrives at your listening position in complete synchronization.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Clark Griswold on June 8, 2009
With a stereo receiver, you can't go cheap. You'll find that out right off the bat after upgrading to a piece of quality equipment. I consider the Pioneer VSX-01TXH a piece of quality equipment. My dad's old Pioneer receivers power source eventually failed after like 25 years. So to replace it I bought a Sony. Well the first Sony broke after six months, so I bought a more expensive Sony with DTS capabilities. That one worked ok for movies, but I remembered the old Pioneer having a crisp, clear, encompassing 2ch sound from the vintage Klipsch Heresy IIs. The Sony couldn't deliver that, even after spending $500.

Well I'm not a Best Buy shopper anymore and I stopped drinking the Sony KoolAid, so decided it was time to upgrade but I wanted something a little better this time. I was looking for that lost sound I had with the old 80s Pioneer. I checked out online ratings and found the Pioneer brand has sort of built a great reputation lately, after making some cheaper stuff geared towards the Best Buy bargain shopper. I sold the old Sony and got the Pioneer VSX-01TXH. It was the base Elite Series model, has 7.1 capabilities, and more than adequate power for my setup.

The moment I plugged it in I put in a concert DVD and as I plugged in each additional speaker, I was more and more pleasntly surprised. With the factory default settings, this complemented my speakers perfectly. There was no muffled or drowned out echoey noise. There was no unbalanced sound where I had adjust volume levels for each speaker.

Well I found out that this is only the beginning. The receiver comes with a microphone that you can use to optimize the sound acoustics of your room. I placed the microphone where my fat head usually is positioned while watching a movie or listening to an album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Borat's Bad Brother on August 30, 2010
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I bought this bad boy a couple of years ago and im still happy with this receiver! Im getting everything I need out of this awesome machine.

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For the first time I plugged in the microphone that comes with the receiver. You press start and the receiver runs through the calibration process. I never new my system could sound so good. The receiver automatically adjusted the sound quality comming out of my speakers and it never sounded better. I highly recommend everyone do this. It will change everything! Im sticking with this one until it burns out. PERIOD!...

UPDATE: 4-18-11
I just attempted 3D pass-through with this receiver and to my surprise it worked! Im getting 1080P, to each eye, through the receiver and on to my Mitsubishi 3Dtv. I am so frakking happy right now!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tim on February 3, 2012
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Suggested Price: $750.00
Used you can buy for $300

amplification and build
> 110 Watts x 7 Direct Energy Amplification
(20Hz - 20kHz, 8 ohms, 0.09% THD - FTC)
> Rigid Trans Stabilizer Construction
> Urushi Finish
> Stream Direct Mode

Hd Surround Sound
> THX®
Select2 Plus Processing & Certification
> Dolby®

TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD®
Master Audio / Highresolution Audio
> Room Reverb. Display
> Phase Control Technology
> New Freescale Dual Core DSP Engine
> Advanced MCACC with 9 Band EQ
> Symmetric EQ
> Standing Wave Control
> Advanced Sound Retriever for enhanced playback from portable
audio devices

> Neural®
> 192 kHz/24-Bit Audio Digital to Analog Conversion
> Advanced Surround Sound (15+1 Modes)
> DSD to PCM Converter
> Full Digital Video Conversion to HDMI
digital SourceS & proceSSing
> iPod Player USB Digital Audio
> USB Memory Audio Playback
> Front Stage Surround
> Sound Retriever
> XM®
-Ready with XM-HD Surround and On-Screen Display*
-Ready with On-Screen Display**
> HDMI (3 Inputs / 1 Output - Capable of Switching 1080p, HD audio
and SACD)
> Video Parameter Configuration
> Video Scaler - 1080p / 60Hz
> Deep Color / 30-bit / 36-bit 4:4:4 Color Depth / X.V. Color Support
> 3 Component Video Inputs / 1 Component Video Output
> 4 S-Video Inputs / 2 S-Video Outputs
> 5 Digital Inputs / 1 Digital Output (optical)
> USB 2.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul H. Rich on May 23, 2009
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I replaced a Yamaha unit that was just a few years old with this receiver after purchasing a large Pioneer plasma display. My wife is constantly frustrated with audio-video equipment control and after reading about the synergy between Pioneer components I decided to muster up some faith, sell all of my non-Pioneer components (everything but the plasma I'd just purchased) and hope for the best. I have not been completely disappointed, nor completely wowed. The components do seem to work better together, but I am unsure if that would be true for any HDMI interfaced equipment. The common remotes is nice but I already had a good universal remote that does the trick.

The receiver looks nice, has lots of lights that have impressively obscure acronyms for the average owner, and it has large knobs. I'm sure those are great features but I just want it to switch to the right input, have sufficient volume, take advantage of the best sound option from any media I'm using, and generally be easy to operate with a Blu-Ray player and television attached. It is meeting my minimum expectations so far. Could it be better? Absolutely. I'd like to eliminate the input choices that I don't use. I'd like it to remember the volume level for each input. I'd like it to be able to turn on automatically at the same time on weekdays and weekends. But all in all it does the basic job for which it was purchased and I have no major complaints.
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