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Step up your home entertainment experience with Sony's STR-DH520 receiver that delivers 7.1 powerful channels of sound and allows up to six HD connections.6 Plus, enjoy incredible sound quality while you watch 3D sports movies and games from connected 3D devices.1 Audio Return Channel ensures that you enjoy surround sound even when you watch television delivered straight to your connected HDTV.6
A total of six HD inputs guarantee utmost connectivity and versatility. Four HDMI inputs with 3D pass-through allow you to connect a 3D Blu-ray Disc player, PS3 system, cable box or other device to enjoy 3D movies, video games and TV shows. But wait, there's more: two component HD inputs ensure all your compatible devices can get in on the action.
Enter a new dimension in home entertainment. Featuring four HDMI inputs with 3D pass-through, you can connect your compatible 3D Blu-ray Disc player, PS3 system, cable box or satellite receiver to enjoy a spectrum of 3D entertainment.1 Don't yet have a 3D-compatible device? No problem; all HD inputs are also compatible with standard 2D devices.
Get blown away by the sounds of your favorite movies and hear them the way they were meant to be heard. Engineered around Sony's intimate knowledge of movie sound production, HD Digital Cinema Sound mode recreates the precise acoustics of the theater and delivers an immersive cinematic experience right to your own home.
Experience sound closer to the way it was captured with LPCM, Dolby trueHD, ProLogic IIz and dts-HD master audio codecs.2 Also, watch Blu-ray Disc movies in their native frame rate (24 frames per second) when paired with a 24p HDTV and playback device like a Blu-ray Disc Player or PlayStation3 gaming console via HDMI cable.
Connect to select Sony 2011 Televisions and experience an integrated user interface on-screen.5 Conveniently operate and control select Sony BRAVIA Sync devices with one remote including: Sony Blu-ray Disc Players, BRAVIA HDTVs, Sony home theater products, Handycam Camcorders and Cyber-shot Digital Cameras.4
Eliminate 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.6
Conveniently access all your HDMI connected devices without having to power on the receiver.
1Requires 3D content, 3D HDTV, 3D glasses, 3D emitter, and HDMI cable (at least 10.2 Gbps).
2Requires HDMI cable and LPCM capable receiver.
3Requires HDTV with equivalent display and HDMI cable sold sep.
4Syncs with BRAVIA Sync or Theatre Sync products.
5Can be used only when [sound bar, receiver, etc.] is connected to a Sony XBR-EX620, EX630, EX720, EX820, EX830, NX830, HX820, HX830, or HX930 series BRAVIA HDTV via HDMI cable sold sep.
6Requires HDMI cables sold sep.
|Watts/Channel: ||100 x 7 |
|Warranty: ||2 Years |
|3D Pass-through Ready?:||Yes |
|Remote Included: ||Yes, IR Wireless |
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|Dimensions/Weight:||17 x 6.25 x 12.75 Inches/16.8 lb |
We bought this to replace a 1980s vintage Sony AV receiver (which still works just fine, and was moved to our vacation place). Read morePublished 7 days ago by Dingo
Broke after two years of use. Receiver is very light because it's plastic. After two years i got a message on the receiver's screen saying "protect" and it kept turning... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
MINE DIDN`T WORK FROM THE BEGINNING. AUDIO DROP OUTS EVERY 30 SECONDS. RETURNED ITPublished 19 days ago by S.
I rarely write reviews and if I do it is not done immediately, for example this one is being done after owning this system for four years, so now I can put my name out there and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bb359
I really love this thing, but I had to do some serious research to figure out how to use optical S/PDIF sound with DVI video from my computer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Erich Clark