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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Onkyo HT-S6500 5.1 Home Theater System


Putting together a whole home theater system can be an expensive, frustrating task. However, it doesn't have to be. A lot of manufacturers have created package systems to take some of the confusion out of building a home theater setup from scratch.

Today, Amazon is also taking some of the sting out of the package price. The retailer is making today's Gold Box Deal of the Day Onkyo's HT-S6500 5.1-Channel Network A/V Receiver/Speaker Package.

This is a full Onkyo setup, so you know it's not cheap. However, you wouldn't know that by the price tag! For one day only, Amazon is slashing 46 percent off the price of this setup, making your final purchase price just $429.99. That also includes free shipping. Find out more about this deal on Amazon's Gold Box Deal page:


The HT-S6500 includes plenty of 3D-ready inputs with Audio Channel Return, networking features, and a Marvel Qdeo video processor for upscaling low-res video to 1080p. It also promises 4K support for when you decide to take the leap to UHD TV. For now, however, it has TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, front-panel USB ports, and Silicon Image's InstaPrevue feature for a picture-in-picture display of connected HDMI devices.

This 5.1-channel system comes with a complete, compact set of speakers, a 120-watt subwoofer, six HDMI inputs, and a suite of Audyssey technologies. Other notable features include 80-watts-per-channel receiver with WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology), TI Burr-Brown 192 kHz/24-bit DACs on all channels, a 32-bit DSP processing chip, and a discrete amplifier design. Find out more about this system on Amazon's product page:

Remember that this is Amazon's Gold Box Deal of the Day, which is actually being sold through Woot. Make sure that you have the proper retailer (and price) before placing your order. At last peek, Amazon was offering free shipping on this purchase. However, the discounted price is only good through today (Thursday, March 14, 2013) or whenever the retailer runs out of stock.

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