Onkyo TX-RZ720 review & specs

Onkyo TX-RZ720 review – Full Set of Features to Enjoy

Onkyo TX-RZ720

The Onkyo TX-RZ720 review deals with the mid-range 7-channel receiver with clear sound reproduction, including basses, and 110W of power per channel. It provides the smooth and powerful reproduction of all frequencies in the 5Hz – 100kHz band. It has all the advanced features and techs to gift the high-quality listening experience. Its THX Certified Select enables the home theatre sound to be no worse than the commercial theater one.

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Design

It’s a little bit heavy but very stylish, especially in silver. There is one front panel input for the fast and convenient connection the laptop or other gadgets. The USB port is on the rare panel. The aluminum faceplate looks great, but the volume button seems flimsy and does not fit such a fashionable design.

Characteristics

Onkyo TX-RZ720 specs were developed to meet the average customer’s needs of having the credible unit for everyday comfortable use.

  • AccuEQ Room Calibration is the Onkyo’s brand tech that removes standing waves to provide the accurate sound balance.
  • Built-in Chromecast gives access to the numerous musical apps.
  • Built-in Bluetooth provides audio content streaming from any smartphone or tablet.
  • FlareConnect allows sharing music with compatible speakers. It works with the stable wireless protocol Blackfire.
  • Onkyo Controller with a very simple user interface to browse the music libraries on media servers and mobile apps.
  • AccuReflex arranges the right sound reflection between the ceiling and the other speakers.
  • The unit works great for the home theatre system in its THX Cinema mode.

Performance

The AV decodes the object-oriented formats Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. Besides, it can up-mix the old soundtracks. This device works flawlessly without heating due to the aluminum radiators with the cooling fan. The AV has the new massive transformer, capacitors, discrete amplifier provide the great AV’s work at any volume.

Sound Quality

The sound is dynamic and detailed with merely a zero distortion even at low volumes. 4K upscaling of the HD video content allows connecting Blu-Ray and enjoying the new level of sound reproduction. The DTS Neural: X retrieves the spatial signals from the standard multi-channel formats and reproduces 3D merely identical to DTS:X. The phase-matching bass enhancement is able to make the low frequencies powerful and to leave all the dialogues clear. The VLSC tech reduces noise at high frequencies.

Connectivity

There is a phono input to connect the turntable for vinyl listening. The LAN input for connecting the Internet. Its 7 HDMI inputs support Dolby Vision, HFR10, Hybrid Log-Gamma, BT.2020, and 4K /60p/4:4:4/24-bit video that provides the appropriate sound for 4K TVs of the latest models.

Setup

The device is very easy to set time. It takes just 5 minutes due to AccuEQ. However, to get HDMI ARC sound to go through it is necessary to turn on the Blu-ray player, and then to switch over to the TV and the AV doesn’t have 2.1 stereo setting. Its dual-zone capability allows listening to, for example, Spotify, outback on zone 2 while others can watch movies inside. The tech is available via free mobile apps for either iOS or Android devices. The Onkyo’s GUI offers a wide range of Tidal, Tuneln or Deezer’s music programs.

Conclusion

Onkyo TX-RZ720 is made of the reliable high-quality components for everyday use with the maximum performance in 5.2.2-channel object-oriented environment. It is focused on the common home integration providing the accurate and powerful sound. It is irreplaceable for those who have events and parties with many people for giving the possibility to listen and watch the high-quality content in different rooms.

Common features

Product

Onkyo TX-RZ720

Model

TX-RZ720

Brand

Onkyo

Rating

3.9 of 5

Reviews

30

Functions

Digital player

Internet radio

Network audio player

Amplifier class

Audio formats

AAC

AIFF

Apple lossless

DSD

FLAC

MP3

WAV

WMA

Built-in decoders

DTS neural:X

DTS-HD master audio

DTS:X

Dolby atmos

Dolby digital plus

Dolby surround

Dolby true HD

Power device

Operational power consumption

600 W

Standby power consumption

0.1 W

Built-in display

Type

fluorescent

Colour

black

Amplifier

Total output power

770 W

Output power per channel

110 W

Output impedance per channel

4 Ohm

Frequency response

20 Hz-20 kHz

Total harmonic distortion

0.08 %

Number of channels

7

Signal-to-noise ratio

100 dB

Connectivity interfaces

Bluetooth

Wi-Fi

IEEE 802.3

IEEE 802.3u

Signal processing

HDMI pass-through

Video conversion/scaling

3D pass-through

Upscaling via HDMI

Connector type

AV inputs

2

Optical digital inputs

2

Coaxial digital inputs

1

HDMI inputs

7

HDMI outputs

2

Optical digital outputs

has not

Coaxial digital outputs

has not

Subwoofer outputs

2

USB

1

Phones

1

Media content source

Bluetooth

Network

USB-host

Radio

Tuner type

digital

Tuner bands

AM/FM

Preset station qty

40

Additional features

A-B speaker switch

AIR Studios monitor certification

Three-zone capability

X.v.Color

Advanced sound retriever (ASR) technology

Apple air-play support

Audio return channel (ARC)

Bi-amplifying

Deep color

MCACC Pro

Auto power off

Pure direct mode

Dual-zone capability

Smartphone remote control

Sound features

Sound output mode

Surround Sound

Audio D/A converter

24bit / 192kHz

Surround sound effects

Front Stage Surround Advance

Surround system class

7.2 channel

Digital sound processor (DSP)

DSP preset qty

30

Digital content protection

HDCP 2.2

Clock

Built-in clock

Sleep timer

Dimensions

Shipping size

14.8 x 17.1 x 6.9 inches

Product weight

23 pounds

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