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Sony STR-DN1000 7.1-Channel Audio Video Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 7.1-channel A/V receiver
  • Blu-ray disc player matching design
  • HD upscaling/upconverting technology
  • Simple operation with on-screen GUI
  • 7 HD inputs (4 active HDMI and 3 component inputs)

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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony
Output Wattage110 watts
Color NameBlack
Specification MetSwitching
Special Features24p True Cinema technology, Decodes uncompressed audio, Speaking of an enhanced experience

Technical Details

  • 24p True Cinema technology
  • Decodes uncompressed audio
  • Speaking of an enhanced experience

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 16.8 x 10.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001TP4RRC
  • Item model number: STR-DN1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,270 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 18, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

The STR-DN1000 7.1 Channel A/V Receiver delivers the Full HD 1080 experience to a home theater system. It features 7 HD inputs including 4 HDMI inputs with "Active Intelligence". In addition, the STR-DH700 is compatible with 24p True Cinema technology video signals and decodes uncompressed audio (LPCM via HDMI) making it compatible with Blu-ray Disc Player, the PlayStation 3 technology and other HD sources. Speaking of an enhanced experience, how about listening to music in a different room? Now share your favorite songs wirelessly throughout your home with ease. Simply plug in the optional S-Air transmitter and turn on the AirStation client (sold separately).

Review from Home Theater Magazine

Review from HomeTheaterMag.com: Sony STR-DA5400ES

Home Theater Magazine ReviewsLike the old canine joke punch-line, "Because he can," electronics designers seem to be adding greater functionality and features to their A/V receivers more because they can rather than because consumers need them, want them, or are likely to use them.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The unit was remarkably easy to set up and the sound quality is great.
Douglas L. Singletary
What's great about this receiver is that you don't need to use an additional composite cable to view the GUI, it ran through the only HDMI connector I set up so far.
Wishing for a Bigger Budget!
With this receiver I can transfer all HD programing from TiVo, DVD, Blu-Ray DVD into my HD television and control the sound from the TV as well as the receiver.
P. Cleu

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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I bought the STR-DN1000 as an upgrade to my old Yamaha receiver that didn't have audio decoding through HDMI which I really needed since I've recently added a couple additional HDMI components to my set-up and needed HDMI switching. I bought it based on reviews of sound quality (anyone saying this amp has anything less than great sound doesn't know what they're talking about or doesn't have their amp set up correctly!), price, and features (4X HDMI being the most important). I am relatively pleased with my new receiver. Sound and video processing are both excellent, and aside from a few issues, this is a great receiver. Before I go into more detail, here is my home theater set-up:

1) 5.1 surround sound consisting of: Polk Audio TSi200 L + R speakers, a Polk CS20 Center Channel Speaker, and a Yamaha subwoofer and two Yamahah back channel L & R speakers.
4) A Sony DVP-NS700H/B DVD player
5) Toshiba 42" Regaza LCD
6) Comcast Digital Cable box
7) WD TV Live HD Media Player

All devices connected using Version 1.3 Category 2 HDMI Cables.

Setting things up:

Set-up is a breeze.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By L. Ross on October 9, 2009
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I have had this receiver since Aug. 1, 2009, and am very happy with it. It is missing some features like S-VHS inputs but none that I care about. I purchased it to use with HDMI devices in a 5.1 setup in one room. It works great for me and I highly recommend it.

PLUSES:

* Excellent audio.
* Good GUI that is easy to use, but you must read the manual first and consult it as you go (at least I had to).
* Good readable front and on-screen display with options for what is displayed while unit is operating (device, sound field, etc) and nameable inputs.
* Four HDMI inputs.
* Attractive design.
* Exceptional Auto Format Decoding that produces very good sound from 2-channel sources with clear centered dialogue and some LFE output. I use this setting exclusively for all devices and it unfailingly detects the proper format.
* Very easy and very accurate auto speaker setup using included microphone. It set my front speakers to large instead of small but other than that I didn't have to change any of the settings.

MINUSES

* Poor manual. Too small in size, not well-written. This seems like a common problem with electronics these days, but maybe it is just because devices are more complicated.
* You must purchase a separate device to use with iPod/iPhone.
* No S-VHS inputs (not at all important to me, but might be to some users).
* Somewhat confusing speaker input placement on back of receiver. (I would have put the front speaker inputs above the surround back inputs and next to the center channel input.)

I use the receiver with a Sony LCD TV, Samsung Blu-ray player, Cox Cable DVR, Tivo HD, Energy Classic speakers and Infinity subwoofer. No compatibility problems encountered.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Michael Trevino on October 1, 2009
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For what it is, a mid-range priced receiver, it's really good. Are there better receivers? Sure. Am I an audio-phile (or whatever)? No. Can I tell the difference between loud-and-distorted and loud-and-clear? Yes. Am I going to drop more than a grand for a receiver? No. Am I going to spend the least amount possible for the basics in a receiver? No. Am I happy with this receiver and it's performance? Yes; very much so.

The context-
I have a medium to small size living room, 14 x 19 feet, hardwood floors, carpet with some natural shades (helps with reducing reverb and echo), a pre-wired system, hooked up to a PS3 with HDMI cables; and to the cable box with HDMI. More importantly I have this receiver hooked up to the Mirage Nanostat 5.1 speaker system (with the sold-separately center channel). And it sounds flippin' great! The receiver has enough power to fill our living room with sound loud enough to wake the neighbors, but we don't ever need to have it that loud. More importantly, it's clear and sharp... no muddled noise. The first movie we watched with this receiver was Braveheart... a good test in music, chaotic battle scenes, and discerning heavy Scottish accents. It passed with flying colors, the girlfriend and I smiled at the quality of the sound; it really is nice having a theater experience at home.

The rating-
I haven't explored all the features yet, and since I only have two components connected... probably won't anytime soon. But I think the up-conversion will be nice when I steal back the Wii from my parents.

I rated the "Ease of Use" around the half-way point.
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