Summary: Great receiver for the value. Some of the older receivers today get over looked. This receiver has just about every hookup that you could want. Great hookups and the power to run any speakers that you hook to this receiver.
Summary: I am a former computer technician (mid-sized business systems), a person who can take his PC apart blind-folded, and I do my own electrical work (in my home), plumbing, carpentry, etc. I understand mechanical and electrical things.
Summary: I bought this item almost three years ago. It has steadily had one failure or another. SOund/Picture goes out periodically. I've owned all sony recievers throughout my life. I bought this 7.1 for the blue ray, but it started to fail around 9 months old.
Summary: I've had this for almost 2 years now and it works great. Hooked it up to a 5.1 Polk system, 52" Panasonic Plasma, Xbox 360, DVD/Bluray, and controlling with a Harmony 880 (all bought off of amazon). My only qualm came recently when I had the desire to add a wireless 7.1 headset to my system.
Summary: I purchased this receiver after good recomendations of friends in the internet forum. The good relation price/features took me to this peace of junk.First, if you don't have a dvd or blu ray from sony the HDMI cable don't send audio signals, second, the remote is terrible and I operate all my system...
Summary: I bought this receiver back in 2008, for the PS3 I had just bought since the PS3 did all the on-board decoding I did not have to worry about the receiver needing the latest DTS HD MA tracks and Dolby True HD because SOny had already confirmed they were going to do this with a firmware upgrade.
Summary: I like it I needed to upgrade a bit on the Home Theater, it sounds great does what I want for the system I'm looking for another for my shop. Couple a unit like this with plenty of good speakers and it really ROCKS.
Summary: I got the Sony STR-DG910 because of its low price and number of features, expecially the number of HDMI ports. The receiver works well, but it is a pain to set up. Don't even bother trying without enabling the on-screen-display (OSD) feature.
Summary: This Sony product was near the top of their consumer line of AV receivers when I bought my first one new a few years ago. It still has an impressive list of features (particularly the various audio processing modes) and only lacks HDMI switching to be reasonably up to date.