Onkyo has announced three new compact music systems for music lovers. The products are including the CS-N775D multi-room receiver system, the CS-N575D multi-room hi-fi CD system, and the CS-375D CD receiver system.
All three Onkyo music systems are complete with their acoustic speakers. The Onkyo CS-N775D is a complete system: it integrates amplifier functions, multi-room music, CD player and FM radio and DAB+ radios. Users can leverage Chromecast features (integrated into the product), AirPlay, Bluetooth, FireConnet, and DTS Play-Fi. There are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 LE, an Ethernet port, a USB port, 3.5mm input, coaxial, optical digital audio inputs and output to connect a subwoofer. The CS-N775D can handle hi-res files with a quality up to 192kHz / 24bit.
Next is the Onkyo CS-N575D. The differences compared to CS-N775D is the absence of AirPlay and the ability to play audio files with a quality up to 96kHz/24-bit. The system comes with slightly smaller speakers and a less powerful amplifier than the top model. It closes the 375D triptych, a simpler system from the point of view of connectivity. In fact, there is no coaxial input, an output for the subwoofer, and Wi-Fi (only Bluetooth is available) and high-definition audio files are not supported.
At last, the Onkyo CS-375D, basically it is a mini-system has coaxial and line-level inputs to connect to a television or media player, as well as FM and DAB+ stations, a CD player and Bluetooth. All three Onkyo music systems will be available from September, and pricing starting from £470, £400, and £270, respectively.