Onkyo has more home theater receivers on the market than you can shake a stick at. The receivers range for the low price entry-level models up to some seriously expensive flagship receivers with all manner of cool features. Onkyo has added a couple new offerings that are in the middle of its range.
The RC270 adds some other nice features like THX-Select 2Plus certification and an Audyssey MultiEQ for superior room equalization. The receiver is also DLNA 1.5 and Windows 7 compatible and can stream Internet radio content from Pandora, Rhapsody, and others. The RC260 sells for $499 and the RC270 is $849 with both available now.
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