this family of receivers are fantastic. It comes with a microphone on a 25' ...
Albert R- Rockville MD "NW2M", Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: Although discontinued, this family of receivers are fantastic. It comes with a microphone on a 25' cord- You position the microphone where you sit and tell the unit to calibrate to the acoustics of the room. It takes about 3 minutes to calibrate my theater consisting of 9 speakers.
Summary: From day one, the Pioneer VSX-1121 has exceeded my expectations. The price point was well below the Elite series, but the functionality is right up there with the big boys. Highly recommended.
Summary: Great home theater receiver with lots of features. Pioneer has always been my choice when it comes to affordable, quality audio equipment. I would recommend this receiver to anyone looking for a quality receiver.
Summary: The receiver works and sounds great with my 5.1 setup (Mission speakers). The sound quality of the receiver is good enough and plenty loud enough for me. There may be better quality receivers but probably not at the price of this one, especially with AirPlay built-in.
Summary: Couldn't ask for a better receiver. The number of ports and the airplay capabilities of this receiver will ensure it stays relevent for the next decade or more. Sound is awesome and does a great job of being the control center for my a/v setup. Would definitely recommend.
Summary: I upgraded from an Onkyo to the Pioneer VSX- 1121. It has four digital sound( toslink) hook ups that work great for my desktop and PS3. My desktop has a Creative Labs audio card that has the digital slot.
Summary: This receiver exceeded my expectations! Easy to hook everything up to and I immediately noticed a difference in TV picture quality and the sound output through my 7 Polk speakers. This item was selling for $350 MORE than what I paid on the Pioneer web site.
Summary: I have now owned the Pioneer VSX-1121-k for almost a year. I upgraded from another Pioneer Receiver about 4 years old. The VSX-1016-k I had still worked great, but the surround processing and lack of HDMI options made it a little dated.
Summary: I had a Harman Kardon higher end stereo that was four years old (the kind with the blue knob) which quit working recently. I was very happy with the quality and sound from that amp but a little bummed it didn't last longer and HK wanted to much to repair.