Onkyo this week announced the arrival of three new receivers, including two new reference grade A/V receivers and one new Network Stereo Receiver.
Audio and television are the founding fathers of Consumer Electronics, and they first found their home in NYC, in the era of hi-fi and pioneering live broadcasts. Despite all the new categories that are proliferating in CE these days, the audio/video sensory duo are back at CE Week, the industry's mid-year meeting, June 23-25 in NYC, making eye (and ear) grabbing announcements and offering next-generation demonstrations.
Onkyo has announced the debut of several new products meant to compete affordably. These include a trio of new A/V receivers, a new home theater system and a Dolby Atmos-compatible 5.1.2 channel speaker set.
Onkyo Music announced an exclusive hi-res audio deal, bringing in the entire catalog of rock icons Iron Maiden. The deal includes hi-res version of all 19 Iron Maiden albums- 15 studio, two best-of and two live.
Following its announcement last year of the MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) technology, Meridian announced ahead of CES that the technology has "rising industry support."
Pioneer and Onkyo have announced the latest update to their corporate tie-up, which was first announced in June and revised in September. The two companies will "maximize the business synergy while maintaining their respective brands and will continue introducing new ways to enjoy music and launching new products into the market that would further enhance…