Pioneer Pioneer Elite VSX-94 TXH A/V Receivers

Pioneer Pioneer Elite VSX-94 TXH A/V Receivers 


Amplifier Design Direct Energy
Surround Power 140 Watts x 7 (20Hz - 20 kHz, 8 ohms, .09% THD)
Stereo Power 140 Watts x 2 (20Hz - 20 kHz, 8 ohms, .09% THD)
Symmetrical Power Train Design
Audio Processing
Digital Engine 3rd Gen. SHARC + 48-Bit Freescale DSP
Air Studiosâ„¢ Tuning
Room Calibration Advanced MCACC 9-band EQ
Phase Control Full-Band
Standing Wave Control
Sound Retriever
Front Stage Surround Advanced
Advanced Surround Modes (15+1) Modes
THX Select2
Dolby True HD
Dolby Digital Plus
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
DTS Express
Dolby® Digital EX
Dolby® Digital 5.1
DTS 96/24
DTS® 5.1
Dolby Pro-Logic IIx
iPod® Digital
Neural-THX Surround Decoder
Neural Surround for XM-HD
WMA-9 Pro Decoder
HDMI® SACD Transfer
HDMI DVD-Audio Transfer
X-Curve Compensation
Digital Noise Reduction
Virtual Surround Back
Headphone Surround
Dialog Enhancement
Midnight Listening
Auto Signal Select
Stream Direct
Analog to Digital Conversion 96 Khz / 24-Bit
Digital Analog Conversion (DAC) 192 kHz / 24-Bit
Video Processing
HDMI® Video Up-Scaling To 1080p (Faroudja DCDi)
Digital Video Converter - HDMI
Video Converter - Component
Video Parameter Adjustment
HDMI 1080P Video Transfer
iPod® Photo and Video
On-Screen Display Yes
FL Dimmer
Function Rename
Remote LCD Glow-Key Learning
Multi-Zone 3 Zone
Sleep Timer
Multi Operation
Advanced MCACC Graphic PC Output
Amplifier Assign
HDMI Inputs 4
HDMI Output 1
Component Video Input 3
Component Video Outputs 1
S-Video Input 6
S-Video Outputs 2
Composite A/V Input 7
Composite A/V Output 2
USB Memory Input
Ethernet Input Yes
XM® Satellite Ready
SIRIUS® Satellite Ready
Analog Audio Inputs 3
Analog Audio Outputs 2
Phono Input
Digital Inputs 7
Digital Outputs 2
Multi-Channel Input 7.1
Audio Pre-Output 7.1
Headphone Output
Multi-Room and Source Output 3 Zones
12 Volt Trigger (Device Assignable) 2
Front A/V Inputs
IR In/Out
Front Panel Aluminum / Urushi
Transformer Stabilizer
3-D Space Frame Design
Direct Construction
Heavy Duty Speaker Terminals
Warranty Elite 2 Year Warranty
Dimensions (inches) 16 9/16 x 7 3/8 x 18 1/16 inches (WxHxD)
Weight 41.14 lbs.


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[Jul 25, 2009]

Paid $1250.00

Very nice unit. Would have to say like most reviews of this unit that the remote really sucks! But the performance of the receiver does rock! When I bought this unit I had my old speaker line up was Sound Dynamics 300ti for mains, then SD centre and rears and SD 12in sub. Since then have upgraded to Energy
Ref Con Rc 70 7.1 set up. Then there was a great improvment with sound quality.
So I think pairing up this receiver with higher quality speakers really makes this unit shine. The vsx 94 txh is pretty much future proof, at least for a couple of years. lol. Set up is fairly easy if your abilities are good. Sound quality is 5 out 5, build is 5 out 5, up convert to 1080 is 4 out 5, remote is 3 out 5,
So in conclusion , would say if paired up with good to great speakers this unit really performed.

Toshiba 52 in DLP
Pioneer Elite vsx94txh
Pioneer Elite DV45
Energy Ref Con RC 70 towers
Energy Ref Con RCR center
Energy Ref Con bi pole di pole rears (four)
Monsterpower 3600k
Monster cable throughout
Rogers Hi Def PVR
Sony PS3

[Mar 07, 2009]

I purchased this receiver 5 months ago, the initial set up was easy, the receiver does it automatically, but if you want to do it manually you need a TV and patience, I did not like the idea of such complication for the manual setup. The remote control is very unfriendly and full of buttons you will burly use, and fur functions such as CD you have to us both hands to pres to buttons, ridiculous. The sound quality is good, and the power more than what I need. A month ago the USB reader port and satellite set up are not longer available in the remote control. I have to send the heavy receiver to US to be repair because the warranty only applies there. So the repair is free but to send it back and for cost a lot. Very unreliable receiver, I guess because of so much sophistication. I don’t think the listening setups should make you determine what is the best way to listens to music.

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