Pioneer Electronics was the first manufacturer to introduce a THX Certified Blu-Ray player (BDP-09FD) back in 2008. Its design philosophy was simple – to be the best DVD, CD and Blu-Ray player available for purchase. Today, Pioneer offers multiple THX Certified Audio/Video Receivers (AVRs) which represent top performance in their class. Regardless of room size and connection needs, Pioneer is certain to make a THX Certified AVR that will impress even the most discerning audiophile.
THX Ultra2 Plus Certified Pioneer Elite SC-68 AVR
Product Spotlight: Pioneer Elite SC-68
The Elite SC-68 is the flagship of Pioneer’s AVR lineup. It offers THX Ultra2 Plus certification reserved for the most capable AVRs. The SC-68 has advanced networking options which combined with industry leading connectivity, make this unit a serious contender for any high fidelity home theater system.
THX Ultra2 Plus Certified – recreates the cinematic experience with dynamic reference level sound in large home theaters up to 3,000 cubic feet in size and a viewing distance of at least 12 feet
THX Loudness Plus – automatically increases the level of ambient sound to deliver a more accurate listening experience at volumes below reference level
Audiophile grade low leakage flux power transformer
Four zone capabilities including HDMI output for zone 4
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THX Select2 Plus Certified Pioneer SC-1522 AVR
The Pioneer SC-1522 is a THX Select2 Plus Certified AVR that offers superb performance and a host of connectivity and networking features. The SC-1522 is the only Pioneer THX Certified AVR that is not a part of Pioneer’s Elite line. It does however employ many of the technologies found in the Elite line, such as Pioneers class D3 amplifier technology and 32-bit audio processing, making it a competitive candidate amongst high quality AVRs.
THX Select2 Plus Certified – recreates the cinematic experience with dynamic reference level sound in home theaters up to 2,000 cubic feet in size and a viewing distance of approximately 10-12 feet