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Unlike the budget stereo receivers now flooding the entry-level price points at dealers across the country, the Sherwood RX-4109 is designed and built in-house with the same quality and attention to detail Sherwood has been bringing to audio gear for the last 50 years.
With 105 Watts RMS per channel, phono section, binding posts, a versatile remote control and switching for two pairs of loudspeakers, the only thing that bespeaks the word "budget" about the RX-4109 is its modest cost.
The RX-4109 features totally discrete amplifiers for all channels to deliver clean, reliable power for your surround sound applications. The heavy-duty binding posts ensure a reliable connection for your output devices.
The AM/FM radio built into the Sherwood RX-4109 features 30 presets for saving your favorite stations. The large flourescent display shows station information and allows you to program a sleep timer for self-shutdown when not in use.
These buttons allow you to select various combinations of speakers for different applications. Choose between two sets of speakers (A and B sets), or both using the buttons on the front of the receiver. When using headphones for private listening, press these buttons in order to switch off the speaker A and B ("SPK OFF" is displayed).
Control the action with the included 43-key remote control. Access volume and station functions, adjust your settings, switch between five input sources, and more.
way too quiet, I wasn't expecting much but I had to crank it for any affectPublished 3 days ago by Jacob J. Prickett
Found to be a little difficult to figure out how the gadgets. Excellent reception and quality of sound.Published 6 days ago by Robert J. Dixon
I like a digital control knob instead of my old stereo rheostat knob, which ultimately got replaced by this new model. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Daniel A. Anthony
Great temporary receiver! Lasted nearly two whole years before it quit working. No abuse or heavy use, just general use in a two person home without large parties. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Cruisin' through cookbooks
Good product, good price...works extremely well with my satellite kit.Published 9 days ago by W. A. Hinton, Jr.
Poor AM/FM reception. The quality of the few stations that I am able to receive is good. CD sound reproduction is also goodPublished 11 days ago by Bob White
I have it for last 3 years and was using with SONY SSF 7000. Thought it was a good receiver till I bought my new home theater for $280 with 5+1 speakers last month. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Swapan Nandi
A week ago, I would have given this five stars, but after using it for 18 months, at least two things have gone wrong at once. First, the auxiliary channel went silent. Read morePublished 14 days ago by B. Marold