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Tone Winner AT-300 16 channel home theatre AV processor 

Main features:
  • 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.


Software Updates

Software Update September 18 -2022 

  • Dolby 5.1 signal input for configuration 7.x.x for no sound output  ( Direct, Pure & multi channel - Resolved
  • Audio dropouts - Resolved
  • Hdmi Connection for video and audio - resolved


( Please note!  do not Download any Updates from ToneWinner Website )

Manual ----- Download English Manual 



Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews

Aamir is top notch! He is dedicated and always willing to provide excellent customer service! Example; I was having an issue with my subwoofer, we texted back and fourth a few times on a Saturday ended with a call at 8:30PM that night to resolve the issue. That's customer service at it's best! Now on to the AT-300. I have been into Home Theater for several years using Denon receivers. My recent setup prior to the AT-300 was a Denon AVR-3600 and recently added an Outlwaw 7000x external amp. The AT-300 blows my Denon receiver out of the water. I can hear channel separations, more clarity/details, bigger sound stage and deeper bass! Movies never sounded better and music sounds just as good. I was ready to pull the trigger on the Marantz 7706 and glad I did not spend the money (double the price) on the Marantz. Money well spent and saved on the AT-300. If asked if I would buy this processor again, the answer would be yes! Thanks Aamir Summit HiFi

Software update/fix

I wrote a comment on latest software causing audio drops. Aamir responded to me almost immediately while on international travel, emailing me software to correct the issue. Again Aamir was very courteous and helpful in support of the product(s).

Larry A

First i will say Aamir was very helpful and shipping was very fast . The AT 300 is working good in my setup. I have not fully set it up yet a bit of a learning curb, but so far i like what i am hearing . Had a Marantz av7706 but this sounds better to me so for now i am happy thanks Aamir Summit Hi Fi

Dino Miranda

Excellent product. No problem with the setup and configuration.

Tone Winner AT-300

Let me start by saying I have been a home theater enthusiast for some time and previously only purchased Receivers. I owned receivers by Onkyo, Denon (AVR-4400), Pioneer, and Yamaha. My most recent setup was a Onkyo TX-RZ1100 Receiver with a Onkyo M-5010 Amp to power my Surround backs. My set up was a 7.2.4.
This was the first time I’ve ventured into separates but always wanted to. Price and budget were a factor and I thought, would the improvement justify the difference in price from a well-rounded receiver.
I saw a review on the AT-300 via YT which caught my attention. I decided to purchase the AT-300, a Emotiva BasX A3 and two Emotiva BasX A4 amplifiers (sorry Summit Hi-Fi went the cheaper route with the amps).

Ok regarding the sound quality, the Onkyo Receiver in my setup produced decent surround sound which can be a pleasing /satisfying sound. But after hooking up the AT-300 with the Emotiva amps, what a difference. The improved clarity, detail, definition, separation, volume, and bass response were a significant jump up in quality. I can honestly say I can hear things I haven’t heard before and the sound is more enveloping. This processor extracts more detail than my prior system.

I’m talking in all sound formats, Blu-Rays encoded with Dolby Digital, DTS, etc., improved in sound quality also with increased separation and clarity. Dolby Atmos went from being mediocre (my past system setup) to placing a smile on my face with yeah this is how it is supposed to sound. You really must hear it to understand what I mean. There is a distinct sound quality difference between my prior system and the new one. You don’t know what you are missing until you hear something different.

The Tone Winner At-300 has great sound but there are software issues which need to be addressed to include the amount of time it takes to display a source via HDMI. When selecting an HDMI source, it will take multi tries before it will display on my monitor and produce sound. Similar fashion with my projector, sometimes I must turn on the monitor to get it to display a picture on the projector, then turn the monitor off. This can take minutes, not seconds which can be frustrating. It is quicker to connect /display a source on my monitor than my projector. Both are connected to the HDMI outputs. Aamir responded via email within the hour and called me several times (including on a Sunday!) to try and resolve the issue. He is a class act. You can rest assure support is there if needed. This is a major difference between the Onkyo (which displays the source instantaneously) & the AT-300 outside of the sound quality. Hopefully these issues will be resolved with a firmware update soon. The AT-300 also supports 3-D. I have a small collection of 3-D movies I enjoy watching on my Epson 5050.

Receivers squeeze in all perceivable options to make it more appealing to a variety of consumers. The AT-300 might not have all the bells and whistles of the top receivers and a couple of software issues, but it has it where it counts and that is in sound quality. I am very impressed and glad I made the plunge. If I had to make this purchase again, would I? Yes, with no hesitation, well worth the investment.