Onkyo releases Onkyo LS-7200 3D Soundbar System

Onkyo delivers impressive sound with minimal interior impactOnkyo, which is distributed in Australia by Amber Technology and in NZ by Avalon Audio, has released the new Onkyo LS-7200 3D Soundbar System.

Featuring a slim-line five-channel network receiver, low-profile soundbar for unobstructed vision and wirelessly powered subwoofer, the LS-7200 creates a multidimensional sound experience when watching TV, movies or gaming.

The LS-7200 has a multi-driver array fed by a slim external network receiver connected via a single cable, allowing Dolby Atmos and DTS:X soundtracks to be reproduced authentically. Digital amplifiers create 85W x 85W of clean power to revitalise television sound and enrich app-based audio played over AirPlay, Spotify and Chromecast Built-in (formerly Google Cast).  Music streamed wirelessly with DTS Play-Fi, AirPlay or Wi-Fi will also be delivered with clarity and depth, while vinyl fans can connect a turntable to either system.

Ideal for apartment living, the LS-7200 has listening enhancement modes including Pure Direct, Late Night and Loudness Management, and control of multi-room audio through the use of the Onkyo Controller app.

Compact two-way speakers allow for flexibility of positioning that won’t obscure the screen, including wall mount brackets, and TV connections are reduced to a single HDMI. The wireless subwoofer has also been designed for flexible positioning, featuring sculpted feet to create a resemblance to furniture.

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