Summary: I bout this used in good condition and now it is having all sorts of issues. Yesterday it was fine and today it is not outputting my sub or center. Cheap feeling to it and very little control over the sound output. Definitely get something else. Wish I had never paid the $60 for it.
Summary: I purchased this to replace a Pioneer unit that stopped working. I'm very pleased with the performance of the unit. It rocks the speakers and the quality is excellent. I just wish it had speaker "A" and "B" selector or at least outputs.
Summary: Just a quick review. The DTS and Dolby digital (no need for a decoder with this unit as it does it internally) sound great. For the price, (I paid 99.99) this is a great unit even thought it was first made in 2003 I think. Keep in mind I use this unit for movies and not music.
Summary: I've had this receiver since 2001 and it is good (not great, not terrible). The sound produced is fine, the power is fine, the fact that it has a lot of inputs (including 1 (or 2?) digital) is convenient and it is easy to set up.
Summary: Has ample power and features. The bad part is that is has no bass, treble, or equalizer settings that can be changed. If you like to fine tune and play with different settings, this is not the receiver. If you want a receiver that has Dolby Digital, DTS, Surround etc this will do the job for you.
Summary: Good power, specially in movies. In music is a little flat. For the price is not bad, but what you save in this piece, you will spend it in speakers to achieve good musical sound. Dont even try to listen to music in the 5.1 (dolby prologic)mode. It will sound like if it was comming out of a can.
Summary: I know I'm hopelessly out-of-date, but would it kill these guys to put bass, treble, and balance knobs on the front panel? Actually, in general, my complaint is that this receiver, like many other digital audio products, severely limits one's ability to make these basic adjustments.