Onkyo USA announced its new DS-A5 iPod/iPhone/iPad docking station, which adds AirPlay wireless streaming capabilities to Onkyo A/V receivers and other audio equipment.
Onkyo and Sonic Emotion announced the companies have worked together to create the iLunar music system, which produces a 3D sound field from stereo sources.
Onkyo USA announced that it has added streaming capabilities to the remote control apps for its 2012 line of AV receivers, as well as introduced a USB Bluetooth adaptor that provides similar capabilities through a hardware gateway.
Dolby Laboratories announced that e-onkyo music will be the first online music distribution service to feature Dolby TrueHD 5.1-channel surround sound.
Onkyo Corporation announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with TEAC Corporation.
Onkyo USA announced that its 2012-model network-capable A/V receivers will allow users to play personal music collections stored on the MP3tunes service.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) announced that it will investigate a complaint filed by Walker Digital alleging that Blu-ray Disc (BD) players manufactured by Panasonic, Samsung, LG, Sony, Pioneer and others infringe a patent owned by the private research and development lab.
Gibson Guitar announced that it will acquire a majority stake in Onkyo USA and become the second largest shareholder in Onkyo Corporation.
ICAP Patent Brokerage announced that it will offer a Covenant Not to Sue (CNS) from VoxPath RS, LLC (covering patents related to Blu-ray and other optical disc players) at its upcoming CNS Auction, which will be held September 27, 2011 in Los Angeles.
Onkyo USA announced its new TX-NR5009 ($2,899) and TX-NR3009 ($2,199) 9.2-channel THX Ultra2 Plus-certified network A/V receivers.
Onkyo USA announced that it has added support for the AUPEO! Personal Radio service and expanded support for Last.fm in the company’s network-capable A/V receivers.