- HDMI® Support for 3D Video and Audio Return Channel
- Convenient Overlaid On-Screen Display via HDMI
- Audyssey Technologies to Optimize the Listening Experience
- Universal Port for Optional Onkyo Dock for iPod/iPhone or DAB+ Radio Tuner
- EX.Bass for Deeper, More Dynamic Bass
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5.1-Channel Home Cinema Receiver / Speaker Package
A Rock-Solid Foundation for Affordable Home Entertainment
Taking the hassle out of home cinema, Onkyo presents the HT-S3405 package: a full-featured A/V receiver coupled with a quality six-piece speaker set. To handle the latest Blu-ray, gaming, and cable/satellite devices, the receiver sports four new HDMI® inputs. HDMI opens the way to lossless, high-definition audio from Dolby and DTS, as well as immersive new 3D video content. It also supports a convenient Audio Return Channel from a compatible HDTV back to the receiver. Handy analog audio and video inputs on the receiver’s front panel make it easy to hook up your video camera or game console. And rounding out the connection highlights is a Universal Port that lets you connect peripherals such as an optional iPod/iPhone dock. Audyssey equalization filters work to optimize your audio experience, while an overlaid on-screen display allows seamless adjustment of the system’s settings during a session. A superbly balanced 5.1-channel speaker set completes the package.
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