Product Comparison: Pioneer SX-S30DAB vs Onkyo TX-8270
- A versatile little performer. Nice look, 100% worth to buy.
- This is the dream of audiophiles and home theatre buffs. Highly recommend.
- I was looking for a slim a-v receiver which provided good HDMI connectivity plus if possible DAB and FM radio tuners. The Pioneer SX-S30DAB fulfils this spec perfectly.
- The power rating first — no amount of versatility is of value if the output is weedy.
- High distortion of 1% THD is allowed, it's like a pretty big number for the output power this receiver got.
- This receiver handle 4K HDMI, analogue and digital. Good sound quality.
- It haves a bucnh of good features. As for me, the most highlight is Fireconnect streaming and multiroom.
- Using a 4K TV we had no problems at all. No any problems her, amazing image.
- There was no any problems with MCACC Auto Room Tuning. Very easy setup.
- Remote app is very useful thing. It's really nice to use phone for all operations with receiver.
- All of the hdmi inputs are 4K-compatible and HDCP2.2-enabled. So no any reconections allowed.
- Good wireless capabilities. Chromecast and FireConnect streaming — a huge array of wireless versatility which delivers network replay (including high-res PCM and DSD).
- Those HDMI inputs are usefully versatile — you can plug them up any which way then use the on-screen menu to allocate to the buttons on the remote.
- HDMI connectivity giving it particularly strong TV audio gifts among this group.
- It's only one subwoofer output and no ‘tape out’ or pre-out sockets here.