Summary: They were selling these for under $400 back in December. It's a great HT system for that price. The controls do not have the high end feel of the older ES products but it works great and has a lot of features to help get your system up and running quickly.
Summary: I recieved my Sony 2400 ES and got it all connected and finally got the gui setup to work. It was a bear! I got it all working and configured the speakers for the optimum seating area. Next day I went to turn it on and it would not power up. I even unplugged it from the surge protector and connected it directly to the wall socket. I still would not turn on. I called Sony and I was told to disconnect everything that I had connected the night before and try it again. YUCK!
Summary: I bought my Sony STR-DA2400ES in November 2008. The Sony STR-DA2400ES offers relatively good value for money for a 100w per channel, entry-level, high performance, home amplifier system. The user interface is relatively easy to navigate, but does not incorporating the XROSS interface that is now included in later models. Additional HDMI inputs may be needed depending on the amount of HDMI components you intend to have in your home theater.
Summary: What a precise, elegant and powerfull sound experience this Sony receiver provides. Delighted with my investment. Any audiophile may check the specs on this versatile, modern and advance receiver and see is top on his class.
Summary: Desde que adquirimos el Recibidor de Sony strda2400es podemos indicarle que el producto cumple con todo que indica el fabricante en sus especificaciones, su sistema de calibracion de las bocinas(speakers) es unica ya que uno puede dirijir el sonido a la posicion donde uno este sentado. Tremendo equipo, ademas su tecnologia es lo ultimo en el mercado. La guia facil de entender facil de operar los de cable HdMI etc.
Summary: have recieve the str da2400es 7.1 reciever and was very satisfied with this product.and the reason that i bought this product it goes with my sony tv.and the both of them work perfectly together.
Summary: Is it just me or are all home theater receivers just too feature-packed? I'm relatively tech savy, but this thing is humbling. More ways to set this thing up than any non-professional would ever need. The result is that it is too complicated for my wife and 6 year old daughter to use without the Logitech universal remote which I have pre-programmed by activity. While it hurts my ego to admit it, I think I'm probably using less than 50% of its true capabilities as well.