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Onkyo HT-S6300 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver and Speaker System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 7.1-channel home theater system with receiver, subwoofer, center channel speaker, and six satellite 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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If you're looking to flesh out your movies, games, and music with lifelike, full-blooded surround sound, look no further than the HT-S6300. This feature-packed receiver sports four of the latest HDMI 1.4a inputs to handle your Blu-ray player and other high-definition devices. Non-HD video sources, meanwhile, can be upscaled to spectacular widescreen 1080p via HDMI and Faroudja DCDi Cinema.
The special Onkyo HT-S6300 package with complete 7.1-channel surround sound speaker set and iPod/iPhone dock.
This special HT-S6300 package also includes a 7.1-channel surround sound speaker set, which includes one subwoofer, one center channel speaker, and six satellite speakers. It also includes a Dock for iPhone/iPod.
HDMI 1.4a is compatible with upcoming 3D video content and enables a handy Audio Return Channel from your display's tuner back to the receiver. Audio processing on the HT-S6300 includes the "in the studio" realism of DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD; Dolby Pro Logic IIz for ambient height channels; Audyssey room-correction and equalization technologies; and four proprietary DSP modes to match your gaming content.
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.
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-S6300, one subwoofer, one center channel speaker, six satellite speakers, iPod/iPhone dock, remote control (with batteries), operating instructions
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Can up-convert all video inputs to 1080P and output through HDMI. S5300 can't do this.
2. Comes with a setup mic for Audessy to set up speakers automatically.S5300 doesn't have it.
3. Front Speaker is smaller than those of S5300. I hooked them up on wall they look better. The front speakers of S5300 are much bigger and the rear speakers are much smaller.
4. Subwoofer is taller and narrower than that of S5300. To me that is better.
5. Total weight is like 10lb less than S5300.
It is about $100 more than S5300. You can go with S5300 for cheaper if you don't mind those points above.
I've included pictures of the packaging, since I assume that this doesn't really change much between either seller. Everything is packed and separated pretty solidly in thick styrofoam, the TX-SR680 receiver is located at the top, the subwoofer is at the bottom, and all speakers, accessories and cables are in between. There was some slight damage to the box in UPS shipping, but nothing out of the ordinary. The equipment inside was fairly pristine.
SETUP & PERFORMANCE:
The included wires with this system are 22-Gauge (for the front and center channels) and 24-Gauge (for the surrounds and rear surrounds) respectively. I replaced these with 14 Gauge wire purchased at Monoprice. That being said, I found it much simpler to use cheap banana plugs from Home Depot for connecting the wires to the receiver, since the binding posts in the back of the receiver are fairly closely placed and it's fairly tricky to thread the bare wire into the connections. The banana plugs allowed me to plug into the front, minimal fuss. I also used speaker pins for the spring clip connections in the speakers themselves, but that's a personal preference, since I like the neater look and I'm too lazy to strip wire :-).
You should also know that I'm using this as a 5.1 system, I'll figure out what to do with the rear surrounds later I guess.Read more ›
It did not take long to unpack and set up into my entertainment center. I had already pre-wired my home theater room with 14/2 speaker wire to where all the speakers would go so set up went quickly. The auto setup for the speakers was a snap and the system sounds great. I have a satellite receiver (very old model with old connections only available) connected via composite cables and a PS3 for BD DVD/gaming via HDMI. The output is connected to an Optoma HD20 projector via the HDMI out. Once I read the instructions more clearly on how to configure the one input for the composite cables I quickly cleared a problem I had with audio but no video output when using the satellite receiver for TV. The picture looks great with the upconvert and now I wonder if I want to upgrade to HD TV receiver in the near future to maximize the potential of the system. With the BD DVD the picture is also fantastic and the sound is perfect, making for a great home theater experience. I do not as of yet own any Blue Ray DVDs, but have tried a few regular DVDs which look great. The iPOD doc is a handy bonus which also works and sounds great.
I had pre-wired the room some time back and only wired it for 5.1 so I am currently not using 2 of the speakers.Read more ›
1st. The technician is out so I can't update you on the status.
2nd. The unit is on the technicians table so it must be getting worked on.
3rd. The technician is out but it's on the table so it's probably close to being done.
4th. Should be ready any day now (from the technician).
5th. The unit needed a special part ordered from Onkyo.
6th. The part was ordered and will arrive Friday the 17th of June.
7th.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good while it lasted, seems there is a short in it now after 5 years of use.Published 15 months ago by Susan A. McCain
Great sound, handles HDMI inputs with ease. Plenty of connection options and output options.Published 20 months ago by Kenneth Cooke
BADASS! I have had this unit for a while and it is still kicking butt! Bass is awesome, clarity is awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome!Published 21 months ago by Shrank Daddy
The HDMI card was damaged 14 months after I bought it, it was more costly to replace it than buying a new receiver.Published 23 months ago by Arthur
This one great system with loaded features and with great price. No one can beat this price and features. Only $500 with shipping...Published on May 22, 2014 by Raja