Pioneer Adds Two Elite Receivers to 2013 Lineup (1 Viewer)

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gadgtfreek

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LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 10, 2013) – Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. today introduced two new Elite® home theater AV receivers, the Elite VSX-43 7.1-channel receiver and VSX-70 7.2-channel receiver, designed for expanded entertainment and control throughout the home. Following in the tradition of the Elite brand, the new receivers are built to engineering and manufacturing standards designed to handle studio quality audio and visual content and the multi-channel demands of home theater enthusiasts. The VSX-43 and VSX-70 receivers incorporate high-resolution file format playback, expanded multi-zone and multi-source management and functionality, custom installation features, and 4K Ultra HD compatibility as well as easy and convenient receiver control via Pioneer’s proprietary ControlApp and iControlAV2013 App.

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Pioneer Adds Entry-Level Home Theater Receivers to Elite Line

Pioneer has added two models to its Elite series of A/V receivers: the SC-71 ($1,100) and SC-72 ($1,400). The 7.2-channel receivers will be available this month and offer multi-zone and multi-source capability, 4K Ultra HD upscaling, high-resolution audio playback, wireless control via Pioneer’s free iControlAV2013 app (for Apple and Android device), and the company’s Class D3 amplification, which is designed to minimize distortion at high output levels. The SC-71 is rated to deliver 7 x 170 watts and the SC-72 7x170 watts, both into 6 ohms; the SC-72 features an aluminum front panel and insulated dual chassis.

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jhferry

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I normally go with Pioneer however my last experience was not a good one. These seem to match up well with the Denon X series although you get Audyssey MultEQ XT32 and 9.2 pre outs for expansion for around the same price. Looks like you get more juice though with the Pioneer. Worth checking out. I always like Pioneer's warm sound.
 

gadgtfreek

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I tend to look less at the given power, and how they do in tests like HTM, which tests 2 channel output, 5 and 7. Its surprising how far some models amps fall off. Im pretty happy with the 3313's amp, and its done well in tests. Plus im power super efficient speakers :)
 
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