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Receivers extend the basic amplifier features by adding image and video reception functionality from various sources. Choose a receiver depending on what device you are planning to connect and how many channels does your speaker system have.Continue
This Sony STR-DH550 AV receiver opens doors to state of the art audio-visual entertainment in fantastic quality.
Denon AVR-X520BT is a quality reciever and powerful, allowing you to create the right atmosphere and an excellent foundation for excellent...
The VSX-831 delivers home theatre enjoyment enhanced with powerful networking capabilities, so you can enjoy entertainment from multiple sources. Additionally, thanks to built-in dual band WiFi and Bluetooth the receiver affords easy connectivity.
The STR-DN1070 multi-channel receiver reproduces the subtlest nuances of studio-quality sound.
The VSX-1131 brings a high-quality home theatre experience with the new Dolby Atmos surround sound and DTS: X. Audio powering up to 7 surround speakers will fill the room with sound, affording an the exact location in space.
A good AV receiver (audio-video receiver) is the very foundation of every great home theater as it processes video and audio signals from many different sources and forwards them to both your TV (or projector) and speakers. As a source, you may use DVD, HDD or multimedia players, and what’s more, top end receivers can be connected to your home network, enabling you to play content directly from your computer. Receivers should therefore have a sufficient amount of analog and, more importantly, digital (audio and video) inputs and outputs, which would allow you to switch between the devices (sources) with ease. Last but not least, receivers can also convert the received signals into another type of signal (e.g. audio optical signal into an electrical one), or further process them (e.g. turning a composite video input into a component one or stereo sound into surround 5.1 or 7.1 sound).
It's important to take time to select the right AV receiver seeing as it’s the heart of your home theater. In addition to a sufficient amount of inputs and outputs, it should also be compatible with all common audio decoders such as Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic and DTS. It should also handle HDTV signals and support automatic calibration using a microphone, which will help set up the sound. Opt for high-performance amplifiers as they deliver more quality and undistorted sound at high volume. AV receivers also generally feature built-in FM tuners (radio receivers).
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