Sony STRDH550 5.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver

September 12, 2016 - Comment

Bring the excitement home with 5.2 channels, 725 watts8 and iPhone and iPod connectivity. It also handles all of your components with 4 HD inputs and 4K resolution pass-through. Now, all of your music and movies will get the multi-layered sound quality they deserve with HD Digital Cinema Sound and auto calibration for easy set-up.

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(as of December 15, 2017 4:44 am UTC - Details)

Bring the excitement home with 5.2 channels, 725 watts8 and iPhone and iPod connectivity. It also handles all of your components with 4 HD inputs and 4K resolution pass-through. Now, all of your music and movies will get the multi-layered sound quality they deserve with HD Digital Cinema Sound and auto calibration for easy set-up.

Product Features

  • 5.2 Ch, 725W A/V Receiver (145 W x 7 at 6 ohms)
  • Enhanced use via On Screen Display and streamlined remote
  • Supports high-res file playback via USB
  • Flexible HDMI connectivity with 4 inputs and 1 output
  • Supports 4K pass-through,HDMI Audio Return Channel for playback of TV audio5

Comments

Fuzz says:

Fine. Good power. Good sound. It makes my 4Ω home brewed speakers sing. The USB/mp3 player is nice, the shuffle function can be set for folder or all. Except I cannot seem to find any way to change folders making that moot.Be aware that you will have to connect it to a TV screen to perform many setup functions, like setting speaker levels, naming inputs or tuning in ANY radio stations. There are virtually NO instructions in the included manual. Also be informed that it draws over 20…

Nahuel Lofeudo says:

Great entry-level receiver

Chuck says:

Great low priced receiver I bought this receiver based on reviews for the previous model (STR-DH540). That model shows that it’s is discontinued and I wanted a receiver with the same features and maybe a little more. I figured the slight difference in the model and features would be ok. This is to replace an older Sony that I’ve had since 1999 or so and was finally pooping out. I also wanted to upgrade to all HDMI connections as my older Sony had only optical and analog connections. This is also in place of a Yamaha…

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