The Pioneer VSX-1131 can be really actually just a 7.2-channel receiver delivering as much as 170 watts/channel and features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio formats such as top-notch sound. According to Pioneer, by using object-based data instead of traditional channel-based statistics, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X deliver”a three dimensional sphere of sound from all directions — for example overhead — to produce a truly immersive experience.” Translation: its own sound is equally remarkable.
However what we really love about it is the simple fact that it has features galore: It has AirPlay, blue tooth Join, Dolby Atmos, Google Cast for Audio and service. It is going to analog video signal which means that you can get by with running a single cable. Along with its seven HDMI inputs, three service HDCP 2.2, which let you join ultra-hd devices. Pioneer's MCACC (multi channel Acoustic Calibration System) claims it may fine tune the sound into a specific room utilizing a personalized mic to equalize differences in speaker size, amount, and distance. So far as features go, there isn’t much the VSX-1131 will not deliver.