For consumers who crave power and performance of movie and music sound systems in a convenient, integrated speaker and subwoofer combination, THX customized standards and benchmarks specific to delivering a solution to this growing need in the market.
Indy Audio Labs is an AV equipment manufacturer based in Indianapolis which sells products under the Aragon and Acurus brands. The first Indy Audio Labs product to receive THX certification was the Acurus A2002 amplifier in August 2011.
THX certification is the only performance benchmark recognized by professionals and consumers alike, and is reserved for best-in-class home theater projectors. THX Certified projectors deliver exquisite, natural textures and film-like movie experiences.
THX Certified Displays endure up to 600 laboratory tests to ensure they deliver movie experiences with the stunning clarity and detail found in the studio. As the only performance benchmark for TVs, THX certification is reserved for TVs with best-in-class picture quality.
THX has collaborated with AVR manufacturers to provide home theater fans numerous groundbreaking THX Certified products. With THX certification, AVRs promise to recreate high impact cinema sound and fidelity in home theaters and media rooms.
Engineered to be best-in-class and designed to deliver audio exactly as created by filmmakers and musicians, THX Certified Loudspeakers deliver the ultimate audio performance to any room.
Over the past 30 years, THX has certified thousands of movie theaters, post-production facilities, sound mixing rooms, consumer electronic devices, DVD/Blu-ray titles and games. It is this level of involvement within the content community and commitment to genuine reproduction that makes THX an expert in translating artistic intent to audiences worldwide.
Today, Pioneer offers multiple THX Certified Audio/Video Receivers (AVR) 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.
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