An Audio-Video, or AV receiver serves many roles in the home theater environment. Not only does it provide amplified “speaker signals” to all of the connected speakers but it routes the specific audio for each channel in a surround sound setup. An AV receiver also has the responsibility of routing the AV signal from the source equipment that the user selects. Today’s AV Receivers also host a variety of features for optimizing sound and interfacing with digital and online sources.
- 7.2 Channels at 125 Watts per channel, 8 HDMI inputs (7 rear, 1 Front) and 2 Outputs, Front Panel USB Port for attaching flash Drives, Multiple Inputs for Component Video, Composite Video, Digital Audio
- Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Line out for powering a pair of speakers in another room or Area.
- Built-In Wireless Networking & Bluetooth allowing you to stream audio from a multitude of different devices. Built in Support for popular internet streaming services such as Pandora.
- High Quality Amplifiers and Highly Configurable Sound and Video Options.