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Achieve 4K Ultra HD pass-through with HDR and 3D support via HDMI with the Onkyo TX-SR353 5.1-Channel A/V Receiver. It produces up to 80W of power per discrete channel at 8 Ohms for room-filling sound. AccuEQ sound optimization will allow you to tailor the sound to your room's specific acoustics. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity lets you listen to music wirelessly from your favorite Bluetooth-capable devices. You can also attach a USB drive to the USB port on the front panel to play your stored multimedia files.
The TX-SR353 is equipped with four HDMI inputs and one HDMI output. The HDMI output supports ARC for the reproduction of TV-based audio, such as your TV's built-in Netflix or Hulu apps. It's rear-panel easy connection guide will help you connect your receiver easily and quickly.
Enjoy High-Definition Movie Soundtracks
The TX-SR353 can decode Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio – two lossless Blu-ray formats that deliver a soundtrack identical to the studio master, so you're hearing it exactly as it's meant to be heard.
HDMI 4 In / 1 Out for UltraHD
All HDMI terminals support HDCP 2.2 copy protection, HDR (High Dynamic Range), and 4:4:4 color space encoded in content from movie studios, broadcasters, and streaming services for UltraHD.
True Power from Discrete Amplifiers
Discrete amps deliver high instantaneous current to increase speaker control for accurate and dynamic audio reproduction.
Bluetooth Audio Streaming
Stream virtually any audio from your smartphone, tablet, or computer to your home theater for clear and powerful sound.
Easy Connection Guide on Back Panel
Connections to speakers and external devices are illustrated and labeled on the back panel.
AccuEQ Room Acoustic Calibration
AccuEQ measures speaker distances and corrects output levels, crossover frequencies, and frequency response from one listening position to help ensure clear and balanced surround sound.