Home > Latest News > Pioneer’s New Receivers Support Dolby Atmos & Chromecast

Pioneer’s New Receivers Support Dolby Atmos & Chromecast

Pioneer have announced two new network AV receivers that feature support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X along with built-in Chromecast.

Offering 130 watts of power per channel, both the 5.1-channel VSX-832 and the 7.2-channel VSX-932 also support a wide range of technologies and services.

These include DTS Play-Fi and FireConnect multi-room audio, 192kHz/24-bit audio playback, dual-band Wi-Fi streaming of Spotify, TIDAL, Deezer and TuneIn, and Pioneer’s Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration technology for automatic sound adjustment.

Support for 4K/60p video pass-through of Dolby Vision, HDR10 and BT.2020 is also enabled via HDCP 2.2-compliant HDMI, and both receivers also feature Bluetooth and an 384kHz/32-bit DAC from AKM.

Pioneer says the VSX-832 is the first of its receivers to support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based audio reproduction over 5.1 channels that, when combined with Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers, offers a multi-dimensional sound field without the need for in-ceiling speakers.

Meanwhile, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X playback on the VSX-932 is through a 5.2.2-channel layout, which also supports 7.2-channel surround sound with Zone 2 line output for distributed audio.

Pioneer’s VSX-832 will be available for RRP $999, while the VSX-932 will retail for RRP $1199. More information about both can be found on the Pioneer website.

You may also like
Apple TV App On LG Gains Native Dolby Atmos
Aldi Bauhn 65″ 4K TV Vs TVSN Blaupunkt 4K TV Which One Is Best Value?
Harman Cranks Up JBL BAR Soundbar Range New Detachable Speakers
Sonos, First They Nobble Customers Now They Nobble Retailers For Discounting
Why Panasonic TVs Failed To Sell