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Give your home entertainment a powerful boost with the STR-DH510 5.1-channel high-definition A/V receiver. Outfitted with 5 HD inputs (3 HDMI, 2 component), it's easy to integrate your HD home components such as a Blu-ray Disc player or PlayStation 3 system. You'll also experience audio closer to the way it was recorded with built-in Blu-ray Disc audio decoding (LPCM only). Additional features include Audio Return Channel which eliminates the need for extra cables connected to your TV, and standby pass-through which lets you access all of your HDMI connected devices without having to power on the receiver.
Get versatile HD connection options with five HD inputs. Three HDMI inputs (up to 1080/24p capable) let you connect a Sony PlayStation 3 entertainment system, Blu-ray Disc player, or any other HDMI-capable devices, for high definition video and audio. Two component inputs (1080/60i capable) provide added HD-capable connectivity and versatility.
Audio Return Channel eliminates the need for extra cables connected to your TV. This feature allows audio to be sent from your compatible TV to your receiver through the same HDMI cable already being used to send audio and video to your TV.
Watch movies at their native frame rate 24p format (24 frames per second) when paired with a 24p playback device like a Blu-ray Disc Player or PlayStation 3 gaming console.
Connect multiple devices via HDMI to your surround sound system, easily switch between them, and then connect everything to your HDTV with just one HDMI cable. Standby pass-through of audio and video conveniently access all your HDMI connected devices without having to power on the receiver.
With Linear PCM support, when you connect via HDMI a Blu-ray Disc player that can decode the latest high definition audio formats, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio5 you can experience sound closer to the way it was captured.
The demand for digital audio and video content continues to be strong. Sony's DIGITAL MEDIA PORT (DMP) interface is a proprietary interface that adds networking and connectivity options to your home theater system. Just connect optional accessories (sold separately) which provide the ability to control and power devices while making set up easy and operation simple to use. The DMP will be compatible with various accessories which will include a PC Client ready device, Bluetooth adapter and Audio Docking stations compatible with select Network Walkman and iPod products. Regardless of where you store your music.
Conveniently operate and control other BRAVIA Sync compatible devices--including BRAVIA HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc Players, surround sound systems, Handycam camcorders and Cyber-shot digital still cameras, all with one remote control.
Great buy for the price. Perfect for my needs. Using it with a couple of polk R50s and sound is great. Bluetooth works perfectly and is very convenient wireless option. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sam Adams
it didn't give me the sound i wanted , and was hard to set up. i sent it back with an Ipod dock and mistekenly didn't get a return reciept , never got my my money back, service... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert Chadwick
Integrates seamlessly with my Sony TV and DVD player eliminating over half the wiring through the use of 2-way HDMI cables.Published 10 months ago by David L Schroeder
Good basic home theater receiver. I like the fact that it will switch between my TV speakers and the home theater speakers when it is turned on. Good assortment of room settings. Read morePublished 10 months ago by William Garrett
Purchased this receiver in 2011. After 2 years the center speaker feature died and now the entire unit is dead. Doesn't say much for Sony quality.Published 12 months ago by JB
This is a good unit for the price. Does not have some features I would like to have, but it does what it was intended to do well. Satisfied with unit so far.Published 14 months ago by JamesR
I really love the sound, but you do get what you pay for. The HDMI slots after a year or so seem to get a little rough with the connections and sometimes doesn't register... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Anthony D. Green
Suitable for older component systems, odd menu structure take some getting used to. Note digital out only comes from digital in, you can not go from analog inputs to digital... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Duhhhmmm
very complicated to set up, the directions for the various settings are almost incomprehensible. I expect there are capabilities I would use if the manual was written in a way that... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mike Whelchel