Tone Winner AT-300 16 channel home theatre AV processor
Supports Dolby Atmos, DolbyTrue HD & all the previous Dolby audio formats.
Supports DTS:X, DTS-Master & all the previous HD audio formats.
Support HDMI2.0 & HDCP2.2.
Supports 4K/60Hz,RGB 4:4:4, 18GHz full bandwidth video signal
Supports DolbyVision and HDR 10 video signal.
Supports stacked OSD menu operation display.
Supports 9.3.4 or 7.3.6 in total 16 channels Dolby Atmos decoding lineout output.
Built-in auto room correction by Tone Winner
Built-in Bluetooth audio receiver function.
Built-in audio player function, support files playing from TF card & USB disk,
Supports several lossless & compressed audio format files playing, such as FLAC,APE, WAV, MP3 & etc; support multi-layer folder management.
Supports smart phone App control to be added in the future.
Supports over 12 variations of speaker configuration from 2.0 channel to 7.3.6
6 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs, 2 coaxial inputs, 2 optical inputs & 3 analogue audio inputs.
RS232 integrated controller, IR inputs and Trigger outputs.
Supports HDMI ARC, eARC and CEC.
Up to 1 second lip sync adjustment.
Each channel has 7 to 11 band EQ adjustment.
- Latest ADI new dual core DSP.
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I am thankful I waited this long to get in to separated prepro and amp. That this AT300 is available just recently and offers what it does for the price it is sold it is nothing less than spectacular. Is it as "high end" as Marantz, Emotiva, Monolith, etc.. nah.. but does it need to be? Nope. At this price.. you are getting a very good 13 channel surround sound/atmos processor, with 3 impressive sub outputs too.. for 1/2 to 1/4 the price of similar prepros.
My speakers have come alive.. I hear sounds I haven't heard before in the past 12 years with multiple $400 to $700 AVRs from Sony, Onkyo, and Denon.
The subs.. OMG.. I have had an SVS SB1000 for 11 years.. and I always could hear it.. but this AT300 woke it up. For the first time I can actually feel the bass. It's not as much as I want.. but it's still pretty good and something no other AVR has done for my sub.
The mic that comes with the unit is darn impressive. Solid construction, good desktop stand too.
If you are itching to get in to more than 5 or 7 speakers.. and do so with higher quality sound.. as well as move in to separate amps and away from all in one AVR units with fine print of (2 channels driven at 10%THD)... this unit has you covered.
I will add that Amir.. and the ToneWinner team is on top of anything that seems amiss. I had an OSD issue show up that was annoying. ToneWinner and Amir got back to me within hours.. and had me doing a Log setup on the unit.. within a day they had an updated firmware to try with a fix. I have NEVER seen that level of support on something like this before. That was insane that they resolved it in a day!
I wouldn't hold off on this. Unless you are looking for 15 speaker setup (e.g. 9.2.6).. this will cover your needs for a 7.3.6 or 9.3.4 setup. I LOVE that it has 3 sub outputs.. though a lot of folks would likely only use 1 or 2.. I have seen a lot of setups where 2 subs up front uses a 3rd one in the back..and this processor has that covered for you if you need that.
I love it. The only feature I wish the pre pro had was WIFI BUT, regardless, I love it. For the price and features, it cannot be beat. With Amiir by my side, he answered all my questions. What great customer service. See my other review which included both this prepro and their 300 watt amp which is also built like a tank!!
I never had separates before. I have had AVRs from Denon, Onkyo, Pioneer, Marantz, Sony, and Anthem. I needed an amp to drive my speakers anyway. AVR's with pre-out cost as much or more than this.
After I set it up both me and my wife noticed a huge difference in audio. There is also a clear channel seperation that you don't get from an AVR.
Some of the higher-end processors are having firmware issues. This company seems to stand behind what they make frequent firmware updates that work.
Aamir is also very responsive and helpfull.
I would recommend that anyone on the fence buy it.
If you have a home theater and just want to improve I would recommend this also.
I am coming from from a Marantz 7703 that was setup as a 7.2.4 system. This is my 2nd Marantz, I had the 7702mkII prior to the 7703. I have really enjoyed the Marantz and how it has been rock solid. I have had other brands in the past and got frustrated with HDMI board failures and with processors not locking on to signals and having glitches. I was relieved to experience the rock solid performance of the Marantz. I really wanted to have 9.2.4 or 7.2.6 hoping to see how much of an improvement it might add to my theater room. I was reluctant to try a different brand because of past experiences but decided to try the TW. There are other processors that could do this but the costs of those units were 3 to 4 times the cost of the TW. I am so happy I gave it a try! It truly has moved my theater experience! In my room I discovered the 7.2.6 sound field worked best in my room! I feel like I completely enclosed the sound field in my room. I didn’t realize what I was missing! Amir was truly a pleasure to work with. It took some time to get my unit shipped but it was so worth the wait. I highly recommend the AT-300.
The sound stage separation is sensational. I went from a 5.2.2 ATMOS setup to 9.2.4. The Tonewinner AT-300 has all of the features you would find on a pre-pro costing 3-4 times as much. EQ, Trim, auto-tuning, Dolby ATMOS, DTS:X, and the best part is actual 13.3 channel support (technically I would not call this a true 16 channel pre-pro, as 3 channels are actually subwoofer outputs). My only real complaint is that the subwoofer outs run a little hot. I had to turn them way down to compensate appropriately. Do yourself a favor and buy this unit. Don't spend thousands more on one of the other 13+ channel pre-pros out there, take the money you saved and get some nice amplifiers and some speaker upgrades.