Onkyo have outed a range of new home A/V equipment that offers HDMI v1.4 connectivity and 3D video support. The new line-up includes a pair of full-sized receivers, the TX-SA578 and the TX-SA608, a pair of mini-systems, the BASE-V30HDX and BASE-V20HDX, and a 2.1-channel sub/speaker system, the HTX-22HDX.
The TX-SA608 and TX-SA578 support seven channels of 190W and 160W respectively, along with Audyssey 2EQ, Audyssey Dynamic Volume and - on the SA608 only - Audyssey DSX support. They'll go on sale by the end of March, priced at 84,000 and 71,400 yen respectively ($950 and $808 respectively).
The mini-systems, the BASE-V30HDX and BASE-V20HDX, come with two stereo speakers and a sub, but offer five channels of regular 30W output (and a 60W sub output) if you want to hook up the full surround set. Even without there's virtual surround support, along with Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. They'll go on sale in Japan on March 24th, priced at 74,800 and 64,800 yen respectively ($846 and $733 respectively).
As for the HTX-22HDX, that has three HDMI inputs (and one output), together with various analog and digital inputs. As standard it offers two front stereo speakers and a sub, but there are outputs for a further center and rear speakers and in fact Onkyo have matching models to go with the set. Each regular speaker channel gets 50W, while the subwoofer gets 60W, and the system supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.