Sep 10, 2010 · Review Price: £249.00 5 channels, with 130W each 3D-ready 3 HDMI inputs Dolby TrueHD and HTD HD support The VSX-520 is one of three 5.1-channel receivers at the lower end of Pioneer’s current
Pioneer VSX-520-K. To get ready for the impending arrival of 3D playback in the home, Pioneer has launched several mid-priced AV receivers that are fully ready to take on this new technology.
We really think Pioneer has cut the right corners with the Pioneer VSX-520-K. You can add surround back/height channels, Bluetooth control, and with HDMI 1.4 it is ready for 3D all for $229.
Oct 06, 2010 · Pioneer has already impressed us with its VSX-920 and VSX-LX53 surround sound amps over recent months. Now it’s time to get to grips with the ultra-affordable, five-channel VSX-520. As you’d expect from a budget amp, the feature count isn’t especially high, but …
Apr 24, 2017 · Verdict / The Pioneer VSX-S520 is a good fit if you plan on using smaller speakers to build a 5.1 system. Most AV receivers are bigger and heavier than a cinder block, which means they take up a significant part of your entertainment center’s shelf space.
Pioneer hasn’t slowed down with the new 2010 model, the VSX-1020-K, upping the HDMI connectivity to six inputs while keeping the same excellent sound quality we loved on last year’s model.
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Pioneer VSX-530-K 5.1 Channel Review. On the surface, the Pioneer VSX-530 looks the same as last year’s 524. However, once you dig beyond its aluminum facade you’ll see that the 530 is more equipped for the onslaught of 4K video than its predecessor.
Pioneer VSX-820-K. In anticipation of the arrival of 3D video playback Pioneer has launched five mid-priced receivers in the VSX line for 2010 that are fully 3D ready.
Pioneer VSX-520-K Receiver: The Latest HDMI ® and High-Definition Audio at a Surprising Value. There’s only one way to get closer to an artist’s true intent–and that’s to get as close as possible to exactly what the artist created.