Onkyo has just announced that they will be replacing their two current home theater receivers – the HT-RC270 and HT-RC260 with two new models: the HT-RC370 and HT-RC360. The new home theater receivers will be among the first AV receivers equipped with the new Marvell Qdeo 4K video upscaling processor. This allows users to upscale video to 1080p and beyond to as much as 4k of horizontal resolution, regardless of the source resolution. With 4K video display technology not yet on the market, you can be sure that you’ll stay future-proofed with one of these babies.
A front-panel USB port reads audio files from USB devices or iPods and iPhones – it’ll play all your music when you’re not watching movies and since the receivers are both network-capable, they support PC audio and Internet radio from services like Pandora, Napster and SiriusXM Internet Radio as well. Other features include 7.2-channel surround sound, lossless HD surround sound via Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio codecs, advanced HDMI interface Onkyo’s latest GUI, and more. The receivers will both be available this month, with the HT-RC370 costing $849 and HT-RC360 $549. Head here for more details about the receivers.