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Sony A/V Receiver is The Best to be Used at Home

Technology has been advancing and changing very quickly and fast. Every tech company is working to enhance its products and give the users best experience of using their products. Be it a small pocket gadget or a large machine to be used in the house, they are being enhanced and people also want to get the latest product for their home or office. For home items, the mostly used are the home theater systems or music systems. Sony is one of those companies who has been producing the best sound products of all times and is still in the lead.

Those who are fond of movies and home theater systems know the importance of a good A/V receiver. Purchasing an excellent one at one time and then sticking to using it for a long time is only possible if you have invested in a receiver which is advanced enough to work with most of your systems including latest televisions. Sony STR Dn1070 is the best product from Sony in that regard. It’s a 7.2 channel Home Theater AV receiver and has a power output of 145W per channel. It looks like a typical black box receiver but comes with amazing features like Hi-Res Audio, HDR, and built-in Chromecast. The receiver provides an enhanced home theater environment for your 4K television and provides excellent quality of sound and music.

Sony AV receiver has nearly all the ports which are required for a regular setup. It has HDMI Video In/Out, HDCP2.2 In/Out, Composite Monitor Out, HDMI Input for Audio, Audio Input Coax, Analog Audio Input, Headphone Output, and Pre out Subwoofer, USB and Ethernet Port. Setting up this system is not as easy as with some other brands. There is a digital cinema auto calibration with microphone for setting up the speaker however there is no wizard which can hookup the hardware and the software. There are some on-screen graphical user interface which is easy to be used.

If you have upgraded to a 4K television recently, you will notice a lot of difference with this receiver. It can support 6-in/2-out HDMI connectivity with 4K/60p pass-through. The system can also support HDCP 2.2. The image formats which it can support easily include 4K/60p/4:4:4/24bit, 4K/60p/4:2:0/30bit and 4K/60p/4:2:2/36bit. There is also a High Dynamic Range (HDR) signal pass-through in the system. If your television has HDR you will see a clear enhanced look in the image contrast and brightness of the image. Along with the support of high resolution video, the system also supports High-Resolution Audio which can handle digital processes and formats allowed for the encoding and playback of music using higher sampling rates than the standards used in CDs.

There is no single standard for High-Resolution Audio. The most commonly used specs for audio are 24 bit/ 96kHz and 24 bit/192 kHz. The Sony receiver handles the Bluetooth connectivity pretty well. It also has NFC one-touch system in it which can be used by smartphone or tablet easily. The system has nearly all the requirements which a person can use at their home with their television.

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