Sony camera I bought 4 years ago went bad after 13 months
Jason Kemp, Amazon
13 October 2014
Summary: In the 1980s and 1990s, I used to buy everything Sony. Started to sour with the Sony computers in the early 2000s. Sony camera I bought 4 years ago went bad after 13 months. This receiver lasted a little more than 4 years, before dying, which is why it got 2 stars instead of 1.
Summary: Exactly what I was looking for- an AV switch that simplifies all the inputs at the lake house. Sound is great. The only caution- be careful about the back speaker terminals... on the first one that I bought, when pushing the receiver back into the cabinet, it put too much pressure on one of the...
Summary: Great features, pretty good sound at a reasonable price. I'm not a super audiophile but I do know the difference between entry level to very high-end audio equipment. I'd say this receiver is probably in the upper mid-range of quality which is good enough for me.
Summary: This A/V unit is OK, and does the job. I had it paired with a Sony TV and had no problems. Recently I've paired it with a Samsung Smart TV, a Samsung BluRay player and a Direct TV Satellite receiver. The Sony receiver works with each of the other units but switching back and forth is complicated.
Summary: I just use mine for surround sound, I needed the HD ports and seeing that it is 3D compatible was nice too since I have a 3D tv and blu ray. Sound is good, easy to hook up as far as receivers go.
Summary: When my old tuner/Amp fried on me I was at a loss, however while this has less options for manual controls - it relys heavily on the remote control, it does offer the same ease of use, setup, functions and options my prior Sony Tuner/Amp did with all the upgrades of today's technology!