UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ, January 4, 2016 – As it heads into CES 2016, Onkyo USA today unveiled additional details for the products being highlighted at the leading consumer electronics show. On display in the Bassano #2602 meeting room at the Venetian Hotel, Onkyo’s lineup includes the DP-X1, the company’s highly anticipated digital audio player (DAP), as well as its new network stereo receiver, the TX-8140.
DP-X1 Digital Audio Player
With a well-earned reputation as a leader in hi-res audio, Onkyo’s continues that tradition with its DP-X1 Digital Audio Player. Backed by dual ESS Technology Sabre ES9018K2M DACs and two SABRE9601K amps with balanced headphone output, the DP-X1 is the only DAP with such an advanced configuration, the result of which is unprecedented power and control.
The DP-X1 also has two types of balanced drives: ACG and BTL, for greater stability and clean, crystal clear sound. The unit is also among the first to support the MQA format, an anticipated new standard that captures and preserves the original studio recording, and delivers it in a package small enough to stream.
From a storage standpoint, the DP-X1 can expand to 432GBs, thanks to dual micro-SDXC card slots and can supply up to 16 hours of playback.
The DP-X1 will be available in April for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $899.99.
TX-8140 Network Stereo Receiver
Delivering 80 W/Ch of high-current power from a fully discrete low-impedance amplification system, the TX-8140 plays all your audio sources with pure dynamic energy. Connectivity is outstanding: you can route TV sound via coaxial/optical inputs; play internet radio or stream music over Wi-Fi® (with built-in support for Spotify Connect, Pandora® and more); play MP3s from a flash drive via USB, or pair and stream audio from almost any application using Bluetooth technology.
Four BGM Presets can store your favorite FM/AM and internet radio stations—just push a button on the front panel to power up the receiver and start listening right away. Vinyl collectors will appreciate the phono equalizer input that joins six analog audio inputs for CD players and cassette decks. With rigid oval chassis and custom high-spec audio parts used throughout—along with proper input, balance, tone, and volume controls—the TX-8140 looks and feels every bit as good as it sounds.
The TX-8140 will be available in early February for an MSRP of $399.99.
For more information on Onkyo’s complete line of products, please visit www.onkyousa.com.
Since 1946, Onkyo has been passionately committed to developing audio products that deliver uncommon performance, quality, and value. Bundling proprietary technologies and innovations with other sound-enhancing exclusives, Onkyo continues to create award-winning products that are lauded by industry-leading publications. The company’s philosophy is to deliver products that are superbly designed and built to a consistently outstanding standard of excellence. The results can be seen in the obvious quality of any Onkyo-manufactured product, even before it’s turned on.
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