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RX-4105 2-Channel Remote-Controlled Stereo Receiver

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  • 100-watt stereo receiver with low distortion
  • Inputs for four audio sources; independently select up to two sets of loudspeakers
  • Frequency response of 20-20,000Hz ensures a broad range of sound
  • AM/FM tuner features 30 station presets and auto station setup
  • Measures 17.4 x 14 x 5.3 inches (WxDxH)
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSherwood
Color NameBlack
Speaker SizeINCH
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers100 watts
Peak Power Handling - Amplifiers210
Output Channels2

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This item: RX-4105 2-Channel Remote-Controlled Stereo Receiver
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Price $ 109.98 $ 129.95 $ 76.99 $ 125.49
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Connectivity Technology Information not Provided Wired Parallel Port Wired
Color Black - Black Black
Special Features Sleep Timer Incredible Sounding Audio inputs with A/B speaker outputs Sleep Timer
Warranty Description TWO YEARS 2 years warranty 30 Days After Receipt TWO YEAR PARTS & LABOR
Product Site Launch Date Wed Jul 07 00:01:00 UTC 2004 Fri Sep 27 07:00:01 UTC 2013 Mon Jan 25 00:00:01 UTC 2010 Tue Sep 14 00:01:00 UTC 2004
Item Weight 19.7 pounds 14.8 pounds 12.13 pounds 19.5 pounds
Dimensions 9.8 inches x 21.4 inches x 18.1 inches 5.5 inches x 12.63 inches x 17.13 inches 6.93 inches x 6.93 inches x 18.9 inches 5 inches x 13 inches x 17.4 inches
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Product Description

Sherwood's incredibly affordable RX-4105 offers integrated preamplification and amplification, inputs for numerous audio source components, and advanced radio tuning and station access. The receiver delivers 100 watts RMS per channel x 2 for strong, clear sound across the audible spectrum-even at low listening levels. The company has lowered the amplifier's distortion relative to the previous model (the RX-4105), to less than 0.08 percent, while also giving the receiver a new layout borrowed from its higher-end components. The RX-4105 uses totally discrete amplifiers for all channels (TDAS) to maintain its high power and low distortion. Use the receiver's A and B clip-type speaker outputs to power 2 different rooms, or to biwire a pair of speakers for more efficient amplification (with A outputs driving the woofers, for instance, and the B outputs driving the tweeters-make sure your speakers are compatible if this is a key feature for you). The receiver also offers a handy 25-key remote control and switching for 2 pair of loudspeakers. Audio inputs switch between and amplify up to 4 additional components, including 2 requiring both inputs and outputs (such as a cassette deck and a VCR). The built-in AM/FM tuner features 30 station presets and auto station setup. Other features include bass and treble tone controls, a dimmable fluorescent display, and a .25-inch headphone jack for private listening. What's in the Box - Sherwood RX-4105 receiver, remote control, AC power supply cord, FM indoor antenna, AM loop antenna set, and owner's manual.

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Sherwood's incredibly affordable RX-4105 offers integrated preamplification and amplification, inputs for numerous audio source components, and advanced radio tuning and station access. The receiver delivers 100 watts RMS per channel x 2 for strong, clear sound across the audible spectrum--even at low listening levels. The company has lowered the amplifier's distortion relative to the previous model (the RX-4105), to less than 0.08 percent, while also giving the receiver a new layout borrowed from its higher-end components.

The RX-4105 uses totally discrete amplifiers for all channels (TDAS) to maintain its high power and low distortion. Use the receiver's A and B clip-type speaker outputs to power 2 different rooms, or to biwire a pair of speakers for more efficient amplification (with A outputs driving the woofers, for instance, and the B outputs driving the tweeters--make sure your speakers are compatible if this is a key feature for you).

The receiver also offers a handy 25-key remote control and switching for 2 pair of loudspeakers. Audio inputs switch between and amplify up to 4 additional components, including 2 requiring both inputs and outputs (such as a cassette deck and a VCR). The built-in AM/FM tuner features 30 station presets and auto station setup.

Other features include bass and treble tone controls, a dimmable fluorescent display, and a .25-inch headphone jack for private listening.

What's in the Box
Sherwood RX-4105 receiver, remote control, AC power supply cord, FM indoor antenna, AM loop antenna set, and owner's manual.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.4 x 18.1 x 9.8 inches ; 19.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002EPWC0
  • Item model number: RX-4105
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (320 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

215 of 218 people found the following review helpful By L. Allis on February 4, 2005
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This Sherwood (noted brand years ago, now mysterious) might be a decent bargain for twice the money. It's stripped down by present standards -- two channels only, no phonograph input. It's dead quiet and extremely clean sounding. I can't hear any emphases or dead spots in the frequencies. The tuner is exceptionally good; I am surprised at the success I'm having with it in a poor reception area, with only the antennas that are supplied. Appearance and quality are fine: nice black steel case, solid buttons, one big old volume knob. It was all I needed, so I'm very pleased. Going to get another for a computer amp.
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142 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 4, 2005
Sherwood was a manufacture of mid quality, tube type audio devices during my childhood- a long time ago. A typical two channel, tube type AM/FM stereo receiver made 30 RMS watts per channel and cost around $200. By those standards, today's Sherwood RX- 4103 making more than three times the power at half the cost is an outstanding value.

This is an attractive, cool running, although quite large and heavy, receiver. The display is functional and easy to read. The controls are well marked and easy to understand and use. The remote control buttons are readable by my ancient eyes and offer a number of desirable functions. My only complaint with the packaging of this unit is the size and weight. For some reason, Sherwood used a massive power supply transformer which requires a large enclosure and makes the unit heavy. Why didn't they employ a switching power supply and cut the size and weight by 2/3?

I purchased this receiver because I needed an amplifier for my bedroom, and I was unable to find a discrete amplifier at a reasonable price. The amplifier section in this receiver is excellent. The first thing that struck me was that it is quiet. With the volume at mid-high level, silence reigns between CD tracks. Further, the output is clean even at high levels. I have two amplifier related complaints. The bass tone control curve is not well designed. Increasing the bass causes the middle frequencies to become muddy. The speaker wire connectors are too small to accommodate #16 wire. This is a powerful amplifier, and it should have been given binding posts capable of accepting wire large enough to deliver the power to the speakers.

The tuner sections lack sensitivity, and the AM tuner has poor noise rejection in my experience.
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91 of 98 people found the following review helpful By T. Wang on July 3, 2005
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If you want a straight forward stereo receiver costing the least amount of dollars, then Sherwood Rx-4105 receiver fits the bill pretty well.

It has AM/FM, and 30 station presets. External connection wise it supports Tape, VCR, CD, and TV. (no phono support)

Its construction is sturdy and heavy. Sound quality appears very clean sounding. FM reception is average. Weak stations need the use of a good antenna to pull in the signal.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By B. Dunning on March 8, 2010
I've been through 2 of these since early December - each has quit working without notice. I returned the first, believing that it was just that particular receiver, but after the 2nd I will never buy another one. Back to the store this one goes...
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Doe on February 18, 2009
I am a test engineer and I did extensive research before selecting this unit. My ratings are as follows:
Audio quality = GREAT!
Ease of Use = Simple!
Best price and best value in a mid-range audio price but a high end audio result.
The electrical ratings and specifications are excellent and the real test - the audio quality really shines on this unit.

I paired this unit with a Sherwood 5 carousel CD player and Boston Acoustics stereo speakers - The music quality surpasses my old and broken down Sony high end gold series system.

This unit is not designed for and does not do surround sound but with the right speakers and CD player you will feel like the performer is in the room. This is a stereo system and a fantastic one at that.
This is a great buy and a great value.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Electron Cleanslate on October 6, 2006
A good buy for the price. I live in a very rural area so the unit required an external self-powered FM antenna and a wire AM antenna, both of which I already had installed. Any radio used here requires external antennas. Reception by this unit is very good. Sound quality is excellent for attached CD and tape players. Simultaneously drives two big old Bic Studio Monitor speakers, and two utility speakers in another room, with fine quality distorion free sound. No problems.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Roger Sadowsky on September 20, 2005
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I'm very pleased with this receiver except for one thing. You cannot see any of the buttons or knobs in low light. The print is very faint and there are no LEDs or any other lights to help you find anything except on the power button. But the receiver sounds great and is a great value.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By New Mexico Glo on April 23, 2011
Just want to save anyone else the headaches that I've been through with this unit. I purchased my unit in early 2009 and it was defective out of the box. It would come on for a few seconds, then shut itself off and no amount of tinkering helped. I called customer service but they were not able to help me so I packed it up and sent it back. They sent me a replacement about 10 days later and it worked great for a while, but just AFTER the warranty expired, the replacement is also shutting itself off, just as the first one did. I believe there is a flaw in the power supply that causes this but what ever the reason, it should not do this so wanted to warn anyone considering this item about this defect. If it had been only one, I would just think it was a defective unit, but when 2 of them do the exact same thing, it seems that it is a design flaw.

I recommend that you purchase a different stereo unless you like replacing them frequently. Happy shopping!
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