Pioneer 5.1ch AV Receiver – 4K, Bluetooth, 140W per channel
5.1-channel receiver with 5×130 Watt, 4 HDMI ports, HDCP 2.2, MCACC automatic calibration, Advanced Sound Retriever, Bluetooth and USB. Already the entry-price range of the VSX-531 combines home theatre expertise and modern connectivity. Its HDMI ports are compatible with Ultra HD image signals and the sophisticated MCACC automatic calibration ensures that the multi-channel film sound is produced to its best effect in every living room. The modern, high-resolution dts ES and Dolby TrueHD surround formats are decoded, while the Advanced Sound Retriever breathes new acoustic life into data-reduced digital music files. So you can throw any audiovisual content at it that you want, the VSX-531 always turns it into an impressive experience.
- BLUETOOTH WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY
- BLUETOOTH BUILT-IN
- 4K WITH HDR
- HIGHRES AUDIO
- ENJOY UNCOMPRESSED HD AUDIO
- EASY USB ACCESS
- ENERGY EFFICIENT SETTINGS
Impressive value already at entry level In addition to digital TV and Blu-ray, one nowadays usually has other HD video sources ? such as a game console, a streaming box or a streaming stick. It is reassuring to know that even the affordable VSX-531 has four HDMI ports that can even transmit UltraHD footage to the TV or projector. Of course, via HDMI the sound can also be in high resolution. The HD multichannel formats from Dolby and dts are also decoded by the VSX-531 and precisely adapted to your individual room acoustics, loudspeaker equipment and setup using Pioneer’s proprietary MCACC automatic calibration. If you prefer to enjoy music instead of a movie, you can also use your smart phone or tablet instead of the usual analogue or digital connectable players. Simply start your favourite music app and connect your device wirelessly to the integrated Bluetooth input of the VSX-531. A USB port on the front panel provides the mobile device with current as needed and you can also optionally play MP3, WMA and AAC music files directly from a memory stick. And do not be surprised when even older, heavily data-reduced files suddenly sound amazingly fresh and natural. Pioneer has gained decades of experience in the reconstruction of lost signal components, which has flowed into the ?Advanced Sound Retriever? playback program.