It has plenty of inputs to hook all of your components up and even easy to get to inputs for a game controller or ...
James Barrett, Amazon
18 January 2015
Summary: I bought this to complete my home theater system and to replace an aging Sony unit. It has plenty of inputs to hook all of your components up and even easy to get to inputs for a game controller or Ipod right on the front. It is easy to set up the surround field with the supplied microphone.
Summary: I bought this receiver to replace a 10 year old Sony Amp that finally went dead. For the money you can't beat the features and sound quality. Set-up is a breeze with the on screen GUI option. I immediatly programmed my Harmony One remote to work with this receiver.
Summary: The receiver came right away and worked good. Took a while to mess with the imputs to get all of my components integrated. If your components put out 1080i through HDMI do not use the HDMI input on the receiver because the HDMI signal will only pass through and not be up-converted.
Summary: For the price the Sony STRDG920 is one of the best middle of the line A/V receivers on the market today. It meets most peoples needs and with its on screen display, installation and set up has never been easier.
Summary: My setup: I use my STR-DG920 with a custom built HTPC (home theater PC), Sony Bravia KDL-52W4100, xBox, Wii. My TV is wall mounted and my 5.1 speakers are all in-wall/in-ceiling. All A/V equipment is in a cabinet. I also use a Logitech Harmony 880 universal remote.
Summary: My last receiver was a Sony and it lasted 9 years before it started to fail. I'd say that's pretty good by electronic standards so I decided to give them another shot. The setup would have been cake were it not for the limited space behind my entertainment center and I was too lazy to move...
Summary: Nice unit, IF the dang surround choice menu worked out of the box! Tried everything including talking with tech support. It's just simply dead and locked into enhanced surround. Serious hassle swapping one of these out.
Summary: The receiver works ok overall, but it does have one problem that worries me. When I pause my DVR for more than a few minutes, the tv picture becomes blurry - the problem only goes away by restarting the A/V receiver. I just bought this a couple weeks ago - is this an omen of bad things to come?