Pioneer VSX-832 Reviews

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Pioneer VSX-832 A/V Receiver Review

Verdict: Everybody knows what to expect from a flagship or cruiser-class A/V receiver: top-bracket power of 120 watts per channel or more, with nine, 11, or even 13 channels ready for latest-generation surround technologies like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, as well as hightech auto-setup routines and DSP on board.
Pros: Satisfying power for both two-channel and multi-channel modes, 3.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos/DTS:X setup option with phantom surrounds, Surprisingly responsive home-network streaming, Basic auto-setup/EQ on board
Cons: Five-channel power requires choice between height or rear channels, No analog multiroom capability, No audio outputs other than HDMI
2 years ago

Great Receiver

Verdict: I have now had this receiver for a month - replaced a 10 year old Onkyo receiver. This receiver has all the bells & whistles a 7.2 would have, just not a 7.2. I did several comparisons side by side with other brands, Denon, Onkyo, Sony etc......
2 years ago

This limitation should be better explained.

Verdict: It claimed to support google cast, but it only supports audio. When I go to cast Netflix it get an screen that says chromecast with a progress bar and only hear the show. This limitation should be better explained.
1 year ago

Pioneer VSX-832

Verdict: A nice piece of kit.Basic setup instructions included are indeed basic. Go to pioneer eu website and download support for a comprehensive help pdf file of 79 pages. First firmware update after you connect it to the internet will add a few new features including Dolby Atmos.
1 year ago
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