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Pioneer VSX922K 3D Ready Home Cinema Receiver

by Pioneer

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  • Product Dimensions: 43.5 x 36.2 x 16.8 cm ; 10 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 11 Kg
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  • Item model number: VSX-922-K
  • ASIN: B007YDOY8A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,216 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

The Pioneer VSX922K is a 7.1 channel home cinema receiver with 7 x 150 watts amplification, HDMI v1.4 connectivity with 3D and 1080p video pass-through, networking and internet radio and FM/AM tuner with RDS and Radiotext.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Oliver_OBrien on 7 Jan. 2013
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I love this. I had a previous AV Receiver, however I wanted an update due to getting surround sound speakers for Christmas.

Why?
- Up to 7.2
- Plenty of HDMI ports
- Price
- Airplay
- iPod Plug-in
- iPad/iPhone app

Outcome?
- Amazing sound - especially with films and sports
- Plenty of sound options
- Easy setup for surround sound, as it auto syncs/sets each individual speaker
- iPad/I/Phone app

Challenges?
- HDMI out has been difficult to setup. I've spent a long time trying to get my PS3 working (and it does), however I have spent ages on forums and have resorted to going directly into the TV and will plug it into he receiver if it's ever needed.
- Sky sounds great, however I went for an optical out

Overall, more than happy!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Miss cobley on 1 Feb. 2013
Great little amp. Has a wealth of connections, six hdmi in, which really cuts down the amount of leads required, ie sound and audio in one. My last amp had optical and phono only .Connected my sky,ps3,Xbox,bluray player and laptop and renamed the inputs easily. Also my iPhone connected to the media player input wirelessly straight out of the box using airplay. Then downloaded the App to control the amp which opens up other sound controls, making it very easy to use . Then settled down to watch Avengers assemble 3dbluray and the 7.2 truhd sound was delivered brilliantly , separating each channel clearly. Very happy with this amp, has everything you need for a decent cinema set up, For a very affordable price. Get one now you won't be disappointed . Oh and one note, this amp is powerful my neighbour enjoyed avengers too .....
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Old Codger on 12 Jan. 2013
I'm quite technical but I had some trouble setting this up with the numerous devices I use until I stopped trying to use the configuration utility that comes on a CD with the receiver! You do need to install the CD to a PC but unless you are experienced with receivers such as this one, or are making a pretty basic setup, for example just a TV and Blu-Ray player I would suggest opening the "interactive manual" program and then choosing the link on the start page to the standard PDF manual. Once I did this and read the PDF it was all more straightforward (for me anyway! :-) ).
I wanted to set up some HDMI enabled devices, but also a CD player with optical coaxial output, a DVD player with only Scart RGB output, a legacy Bluetooth audio receiver with analog output, a cheap Freesat box with composite video out - an so on. In the end I have got everything working, and once set-up I was very pleased with this fantastic bit of kit, although I have required lots of cable tidies round the back.
The key to it all is that some of the inputs are configurable between HDMI or component video and HDMI, coaxial/optical digital or analog line-in audio. Not all the inputs permit the same combinations and you have to select which input and which combination you want for each device. You will need to make a list of your input devices and the output media format on each device you wish to use, then match up each device to an input on the receiver that will support the required combination of formats that device needs. I found my way in to understanding what was going on was on the remote. Once the receiver is powered, press the white boxed and lettered "Receiver" button at the top right of the remote, then press the "Home Menu" button on the bottom left of the circular scoll button.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Jun. 2013
My old Cambridge Audio surround amp is not up to the task anymore so it was time for a new one.

As nice as bells and whistles are I'm primarily interested in the sound quality that blu ray has to offer and want the best sound v VFM I could find. The Pioneer appears to be good value with it's price cut and seems to offer what I need.

First off if you're most interested in airplay, wifi etc then there are plenty of reviews here to help. If however your interest lies primarily in sound quality then I may be able to shed a little light.
Let me start by saying that if you are an exponent of all things flat response and are looking for something to work with your high end £5K + collection of separates then I'm afraid you're going to need to shell out more than the price of this.
If you're looking for a very reasonably priced and sufficiently powered item to deliver your surround sound jollies then you may just have hit the right item.
Straight out of the box this does not really stand up well to my old Cambridge. Milled aluminium has been replaced by plastic and this weighs somewhat less too. One thing is the same though, a poorly designed remote, so that's comforting!
Set up is a doodle. I use a 7.1 set up & all the cables were already labelled, ( saddo I know), and had plugs fitted. The manual supplied is basic to say the least but it shows you where everything goes 'round the back and how to set up the supplied mic.
The set-up on the first attempt reckoned a speaker had reversed polarity but a second stab sorted that. The auto set-up takes around 10 minutes and doesn't require your help. You can do this manually or fiddle about with parameters later if you feel that's necessary.
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