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    Bought this on 6-20 and it was delivered on 6-22. I was looking for an inexpensive receiver for my bedroom ever since my 4 year old Onkyo 707 died. I had saw this a week earlier and wasn't too impressed due to the $249 price. I almost bought a...

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    Pioneer's SBX-N700 is, despite the fairly low price, the company's top of the line model in this field. It takes the wise course of providing both soundbar and subwoofer, which of course connect wirelessly (indeed, they are pre-paired). There's also a surprisingly well endowed remote control. The soundbar has four speaker drivers: a pair of 66mm midrange tweeters firing forwards and two 77mm midrange woofers firing downwards. Or do they? We'll see about that later. As it comes you can install the unit on a wall using the keyhole slots at the back, or just mount it in front of your TV on the entertainment unit. The subwoofer has a 165mm driver with a surprising 150 watts to drive it. Now here's where things get interesting. The unit has a HDMI output, but no HDMI inputs. It has two optical digital audio inputs at the back, and an analogue stereo 3.5mm input and USB socket on the front. Between these is an alphanumeric display. There are two other connections at the back: Ethernet and an output for an infrared remote control repeater, which is included with the unit. Actually, there are two IR repeaters built into the back as well, so if the unit is blocking your TV's IR receiver, then these will probably do the trick. But you can use the plug-in one if that doesn't work. Or feed it to a Blu-ray player hidden away in the entertainment unit. The Ethernet socket may not be required in your home because it also supports WiFi. And WiFi direct in case you want to feed something from your WiFi device but lack the necessary network. And Miracast, so that many modern Android phones can feed HD video and audio to the unit. Did I miss anything? Oh, of course, the unit also supports Bluetooth. Only one device at a time, but that device need not be a music source — it can also be Bluetooth speakers or headphones. The latter would be useful for nighttime listening. The purpose of the HDMI output is two-fold. First, because it is Audio Return Channel enabled, it also acts as an input for sound from the TV. Second, it allows your TV to show the unit's full-function, nicely-styled on screen display. Note, you will need a TV with two HDMI inputs if you want to use a Blu-ray player or some such, three if you want to add a games console, and so on. Without a HDMI input on this unit, it can't pass through video from a different source. In Use My goodness, sometimes it's hard not to be dazzled by a proliferation of functions into inappropriate judgements. This unit is loaded with functions, just about all of them being things that I think are both valuable and quite astonishing in a AU$600 system. We will get to the basic function of this unit — as a decent reproducer of sound for your TV — shortly. But first let us check out those features. First, what audio formats do the optical inputs support from your TV or disc spinner? Dolby Digital 5.1, it turns out, plus DTS 5.1, plus two channel PCM all the way up to 96kHz sampling and 24 bits of resolution. Most inexpensive soundbars choke somewhere in there. As for digital media files served up from the network (yes, there's very effective DLNA support, including page skipping for navigating quickly through long media lists), the only test files that the unit would not play were the very high-end Direct Stream Digital, and MPO 3D still photos. For music it worked with MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, and FLAC. With the last that included 192kHz, 24 bits, and 5.1 channel 96kHz, 24 bits. Few devices support that last one. It showed photos, it ran video from my server and, as mentioned, it supports Miracast — although I prefer to feed video and audio via DLNA where possible. With this soundbar that was indeed possible, and it showed up as a playback device on my Android devices, and happily accepted the HD video I sent it. What's all this stuff doing in a soundbar? It's a bit shocking. The...

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