Best for coordinating multiple JVC units, with great sound.
6 May 2011
Summary: This is a great receiver, released in the Fall of 2005. Most won't really know what to do with the feature set, although there are even more available today. I'm having trouble getting the center voice sounds balanced correctly but I'm certain this has more to do with my own setup, and not the receiver itself. These things are always a challenge.
Summary: 150 watts per channel...great sound quality. Wireless is nice, although I use my XBox 360 as a media receiver anyway. Not too many HDMI and Component inputs. Manual is dense...setting up the receiver properly takes some guesswork.
Summary: I always thought of JVC as a Fake JBL, it was, but no more. I bought one when it first came out,I am still impressed. I use it with a pannasonic 65 in. HD tv and two Cerwin Vega Dual 15 speakers in front, two ceerwin vega 8 in 2 channel for side surond, and two sanyo 15 three way for rear surond. I am not sure how high the volum counter goes, but I can not turn it above 29 and that volum will move you out of the room.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Clean Sound, Durable, Good Power, LOW priceHigh power