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|A/V Sync Delay||60 ms|
|HDMI Support||4K/60p, 1080p, 1080/24p Deep Color (up to 36-bit), Triluminous Color (xvYCC)|
|HDMI CEC||Yes (BRAVIA SYNC)|
|Deep Color / xvYCC Support||Yes|
|Package Weight||21.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||19.6 x 15.6 x 8.1"|
|Power Requirements||120 VAC, 60 Hz|
|Sleep Timer||Up to 2 hours|
|Graphical User Interface||Yes (English, German, Spanish, French)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17 x 6.25 x 13" (430 x 156 x 329.4 mm)|
|Weight||17.25 lb (7.8 kg)|
|Power Consumption||Active: 240 WStandby: 0.3 WNetwork Standby Mode: 0.5 W|
|Audio Return Channel (ARC)||Yes|
|iOS Device Compatibility||iPhone: 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6, 5s, 5c, 5iPod touch: 5th and 6th generation|
|Inputs||4 x HDMI2 x Composite video1 x USB 2.01 x Digital Coaxial1 x Digital Optical4 x Stereo RCA|
|Outputs||1 x HDMI1 x Composite video1 x Gold-plated headphone|
|Other Interfaces||1 x Calibration Microphone2 x Subwoofer pre-out1 x FM Antenna|
|Speaker Connectors||7 x Nickel-plated binding post pairs|
|Maximum Power Output||90 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.09% THD145 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD105 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD|
|Supported File Formats||MP3, AAC (.m4a), WMA9 (.wma),LPCM (.wav)|
|A/B Speaker Selection||A/B/A+B/Off|
|Speaker Impedance||6 to 16 Ohms|
|Sound Fields||Front Surround 2-channel Stereo Hall/Large Hall HD-D.C.S. 2-Channel Headphone Jazz Club Live Concert Multi Stereo (Multi-Channel Stereo) Neo:6 Cinema Neo:6 Music PLII Movie PLII Music PLIIx Movie PLIIx Music Sports Stadium|
|Audio Decoding||Dolby Digital EX Dolby DigitalDolby Dual MonoDolby Pro Logic, Pro Logic II, Pro Logic IIxDolby TrueHDDolby Digital PlusDSDDTSDTS-ES (Matrix 6.1 / Discrete 6.1)DTS 96/24DTS-HD Master AudioDTS-HD High-ResolutionLPCM (192 kHz/24-bit, up to 7.1 channels)|
Have been a fan of Sony audio and compromised replacing an extensive stereo system with integrating stereo and home theater. Matched this up with some Klipsch tower speakers along with Sony DVD, CD and turntable.
4K / Easy speaker calibration /
No shuffle on USB playback /
Sony receivers are known to be very reliable but my dh770 broke in three days. I purchased it on sale based on my home audition of the str dh550, and my sister's beast, the str-dh820. The dh550 sounds stronger, more detailed, and overall better than the dh770.
Sound is good, Known to be reliable and easy to use
Over priced for what you get, Yamaha or Denon gives you all the feature and sounds equally "excellent"
Bought this to replaced my 5yr old Yamaha RX-V571 as I wanted a 4K enabled receiver to go along with my Sony XBR-55X850D.Pros: sounds great, performs its primary duties quite well, especially at this price point.
I use this product as a replacement for a Denon 7.2 Receiver that was not 4k compatible and had no Bluetooth functionality, and I have to say that this receiver is stellar in both.
7.2 Setup, Easy to Set Up, Less than $200!, Light, but substantial
I replaced a Pioneer that was 20 years old. Just found the receipt and paid almost $400 for it back then. This new Sony does everything and more than the Pioneer did although it was great. Setting up the seven speakers was like shooting ducks in a row. Works great with my 55" Vizio.
For the price, sound and general performance is excellent!Why 3 stars, you may ask? Because instructions are nonexistent, set-up is extremely difficult, and the only way to calibrate the speakers and soundfield properly is through a phone app!
Good value for the price!
Instructions are nonexistent.Set-up is extremely difficult.The only way to calibrate the speakers and soundfield properly is through a phone app!Bluetooth does not work with headphones either, just with the phone app.
Very intuitive and easy setup. Used in a simple system and meets all my requirements. Nothing fancy but sounds great.
Works as expected.
Confusing Speaker Options
Sounds very good. Menu system is more confusing then some of the other brands I own ( Denon , Yamaha, and Onkyo). As others have said on screen menu system does not cover all the functions, you have to use the small screen on the unit itself.
For the price you get lots and lots for your money. If you're on a budget this is the ONLY way to go
Title says it all,
None at this price-point.