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Sony STR-DN1040 7.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver (Built-in Wi-fi & Bluetooth)
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- Delivering 7.2 channels of powerful sound (165W x 7 @ 8ohms 1kHz 0.9% THD with 1 ch. driven), the STR-DN1040 sports a truly modern user interface with crisp, high-definition graphics and sound quality
- Includes built-in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and AirPlay support to wirelessly stream audio from smartphones and tablets
- Built-in Wi-fi enables integrated networking features without a wired Ethernet connection, including DLNA, firmware updates, and streaming services such as Pandora, Slacker, Sony Music Unlimited, and Internet radio
- 8 HDMI inputs (up to 4K capable) on the back panel and a front-panel input that's MHL compatible; 2 component inputs (1080/60i capable) provide added HD-capable connectivity and versatility
- On-screen wizard for easy step-by-step set-up guide; Control the A/V receiver with a redesigned intuitive on-screen display user-interface - change inputs, adjust settings and confirm volume levels on-screen
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|Item Dimensions||15.67 x 19.6 x 10.51 in||13 x 17 x 6.3 in||17.12 x 14.88 x 6.75 in||17.31 x 11.81 x 4.75 in||10.9 x 16.9 x 5.2 in|
|Item Weight||22 lbs||16 lbs||22.1 lbs||10 lbs||14 lbs|
|Output Wattage||165 watts||200 watts||145 watts||85 watts||270 watts|
|Additional Features||Built-in WiFi, Built-in AirPlay, On-screen wizard, 3D Pass-through, Firmware update||Sleep Timer;3D Compatiblity||—||Integrated Green Edge technology, Bluetooth technology and DLNA 1.5 compliance, Built-in vTuner (Internet radio) streaming, Front-panel USB port, EzSet/EQ III auto-calibration||2 Channel, 5 analog audio inputs, AM/FM tuner, Auto standby|
|Warranty Description||—||—||2-years||2 years warranty on parts and labor||2 year coverage for parts, 2 year coverage for labor|
Stream crisp, powerful audio with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Airplay. With 7.2 channels and 150 watts8 of power, it’s legendary Sony sound that really connects. Featuring 4K resolution pass-through, 6 HD inputs and a graphical interface, this receiver brings out the best in your music, Blu-ray movies, games and more.
From the Manufacturer
Enjoy superior sound while easily steaming music with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and AirPlay. With 7.2 channels and 165 watts8 of power, driven by the largest capacitors and transformer in its class, its legendary Sony sound that really connects. Featuring 4K resolution pass-through and upscaling, 10 HD inputs and a redesigned menu system with easy setup wizard, this receiver is the ultimate high resolution sound stage for your music, Blu-ray movies, games and more.
New Advanced on-screen display user interface
Control with your iPhone or Android devices with free Apps
Audio Return Channel
1. Requires 3D content, 3D HDTV, 3D glasses and HDMI cable (at least 10.2 Gbps).
2. Requires HDMI cable and LPCM capable receiver.
3. Requires HDTV with equivalent display and HDMI cable sold separately.
4. Syncs with BRAVIA Sync or Theatre Sync products.
5. iPod support is limited to the following players: iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod nano 1st, 2nd & 3rd generation, iPod 4th& 5th generation & iPod mini and iPhone 3G, 3Gs and 4G models.
6. Requires HDMI cable sold separately.
7. Requires HDTV and HDMI cable sold separately.
8. 1050 Watts Total System power (150W x 7 @ 6 ohms 1kHz 0.9% THD 1ch. driven)
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Absolutely TERRIBLE that Sony advertises this receiver as having Airplay and Bluetooth features when they simply do not work.
Some random notes:
The good news is that I am hearing music differently with this receiver. Nuances that I've never noticed before. And when the HDMI works it works well.
Airplay is awesome.
Using the DN1040 to remote my iPod has some issues.
Auto-on is a very nice feature, I turn my Directv on and the receiver comes to life. Turn the Directv off and receiver goes into standby mode, nice.
Issues with way too much bass being sent to my Klipsch subwoofer remains a problem, only with certain sources.
My Harman Kardon has an AUTO setting for surround which selects the best setting automatically, the DN1040 only has AUTO select for two channel,
I really don't understand this. I don't want to listen to the news or CNN as if I where in a theatre and I do not wish to change the setting for each source.
The remote is fine and not as confusing as I thought it would be, would be nice if it were totally back lit.
Having the extra HDMI inputs and most importantly a USB input was worth the upgrade alone, plus I got it for 400.00 which to me was a deal. (thank you Amazon)
Hi-Fi will not work, I gave up and used an ethernet cable.
Video pass-through works well.
And those are my thoughts and things I have noticed.
So, would I recommend this receiver? Yes, I would. ~and thank you for reading...
The design of the unit is clean and not overly cluttered as some receivers. My receiver was replacing my old Yamaha. I will admit that its taking me awhile to get used to the minimal display on the DN1040. While the Yamaha looked like the classic over complicated receiver, its wide and bright display gave a wealth of information just by looking at it. With the DN1040, you really need to get close to see what indicators are lit.
The sound is excellent and the graphic interface is very nice and is easy to navigate. There are a number of sound fields and effects you can select. However the manual and the on screen prompts don't always do the best job explaining what the effects are supposed to do. I'm still playing around with them to see what I like best.
The unit comes with an auto speaker calibration mode. While it seemed like it did a good job, I followed the recommendations of the c/net review and changed all my speaker settings to small and adjusted the crossover. The sound now seems much larger and fuller than the original calibration settings.
The unit has 8 hdmi inputs, way more than I currently need, but seems a good way to future proof a receiver in case I add more components to the system. It is definitely an improvement from the only 2 inputs I had with my old Yamaha receiver.
The receiver is wireless capable which i am using. Set up is straight forward. It is also Airplay compatible with iPhone, iPad, or Mac. It is a simple matter of setting your receiver up for your wireless network and selecting the appropriate Airplay setting on your apple device. No further set up is needed. I did try to stream video using Airplay and the receiver. Didn't work as well. While the audio played through the receiver, the video stayed on the iPhone. I have not yet tried pairing my Apple TV with it yet so I don't know if it is compatible.
Only issue noted so far is that I do have occasional difficulty switching inputs from my cable box to and back from my blu-ray input. This was noticed early on when I was testing all the connections and settings. It seemed to only occur when if I paused my cable box, switched to the blu-ray, and then back again to the cable box. The issue would resolve once i unpaused cable box playback, and switched back and forth from blu-ray back to cable. I don't think this should be an issue since I doubt most people would be constantly switching back and forth from video sources.