Receivers & Amplifiers
“I've had this receiver for a few years now and I can say I've been pleased with it. It replaced a Adcom GTP-740 and Kenwood KMZ1. Still using the Kenwood LS-X1F LCR's and LS-X1S plus SW-X1 for my speaker setup. I don't have speakers for side surround which won't allow for auto setup. That's not a big deal since I have a pretty good knowledge of time-delay and the like from my car-audio...” --allnpt0
The STR-DN840 network A/V receiver features 7.2 channels and 150 watts of power. Additional features include 4K resolution pass-through, 6 HDMI inputs and a graphical interface with easy setup guide. This receiver is the ultimate high resolution sound stage for your music, Blu-ray movies, games and more.
“I was very excited to upgrade to the new Sony STR-DN1040. My primary consideration was that I wanted to have on-demand DLNA streaming. My previously used the Sony SMP-N200 streaming box and it was very reliable -- but it wasn't built-in to the receiver so I had to manually power-on and select inputs first. So the 1040 receiver seemed the perfect solution. Unfortunately, my experience was...” --sdsalsero
Enjoy 7.1 channels of incredible surround sound, connect up to seven HD sources6 and listen to music from your iPod5 with Sony’s STR-DH820 receiver. Improve the quality of connected video sources to near HD quality3 or experience incredible sound quality while you watch 3D sports, movies and games from connected 3D devices1. This great receiver also features an easy-to-use menu for simple...
Sony 6.1 Channel 110watts A/V Receiver
The new STR-DE897/B Audio/Video Receiver features a 32-bit Dolby® Digital, Dolby Pro® Logic and dts® Decoder, a Digital Cinema Sound¿ System, 30 Station Presets and a 32-bit DSP with 13 Acoustic Environments. Keep your components connected with the STR-DE897/B.
“I feel that I should be embarrassed to post a review about a Sony receiver, especially one that I only paid a couple hundred bucks for after seeing all those fancy $1000+ receiver reviews! I had a 7.1 Sony receiver for many years that I only ever used in 5.1 and it was only a pass-through and I was not able to get audio through the HDMI inputs (it only had 2 of those). I wanted an upgrade that...” --goslin23
Optimized for Blu-ray Disc and other HD Sources / 120 Watts x 7 Amplifier Power (8 ohms, 1Khz, 0.7% THD) / 1080p signal through HDMI / XM Capable Paper Tray Capacity up to 250 sheets Caller ID 2 Compatible (service required) Quick Scan Broadcasting of fax up to 20 Locations Distinctive Ring Detection capable (service required) Extension Line Transfer ...