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|AM Frequency Range||530 to 1710 kHz|
|FM/AM Preset Memory||40 stations|
|FM Frequency Range||87.5 to 107.9 MHz|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.5 x 14.0 x 9.0"|
|Package Weight||18.7 lb|
|Weight||15 lb (6.8 kg)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17.1 x 5.9 x 12.9" (435 x 149 x 328 mm)|
|Power Consumption||Active: Not specified by manufacturerNo Sound: 20 WStandby: 0.4 W|
|Power Requirements||120 VAC, 60 Hz|
|Bluetooth||Version 4.1 (A2DP/AVRCP)|
|Inputs||4 x stereo RCA (1 phono)1 x digital coaxial1 x optical TOSLINK|
|Outputs||1 x stereo RCA1 x RCA subwoofer pre-out1 x 1/4" (6.35 mm) headphone (front)|
|Other Interfaces||1 x AM antenna1 x FM antenna|
|Speaker Connectors||4 x binding post pairs (L/R, A/B)|
|Power Output||45 W per channel @ 8 Ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.08% THD, 2 channels driven, FTC100 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.1% THD, 2 channels driven, FTC|
|Impedance||A or B: 4 to 16 OhmsA & B: 8 to 16 Ohms|
|Phono Overload||40 mV (MM, 1 kHz, 0.5%)|
|Frequency Response||10 Hz to 100 kHz / +1, -3 dB (Direct Mode)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||100 dB (IHF-A, line-in, speaker-out)93 dB (IHF-A, phono-in, speaker-out)|
|THD & Noise||0.08% (20 Hz to 20 kHz, half power)|
|Dynamic Power per Channel||80 W (8 Ohms, front)120 W (4 Ohms, front)140 W (3 Ohms, front)|
Bought this as part of a simple, economical setup (Polk bookshelf speakers plus an old Mirage sub) in our guest room/reading room. The phono input, TV optical input, CD digital coax input and bluetooth capabilities provide a variety of listening options. Am very pleased with performance.
None so far.
My wife and I replaced our old stereo system and we are very pleased with our choice. It's ideally what we wanted in a stereo because we didn't want or need a mega-bells-and-whistles home theater surround sound receiver.
I put this in my shop 1200 sq ft shop and have been impressed with it. Strong blue tooth signal and plenty of power.
Using this receiver to help replace a Sonos Play:5 (Gen 1) in my home office that Sonos was ending updates for. Connected a new Sonos Connect:Port (replacing Play:5) and driving an older Polk satellite/sub system I had laying around.
Ability to assign digital inputs (optical or coax) to any other input source. In my case, I assigned the coax digital input to the "line" source for the Connect:Port. The "line" input was analog by default.
Can't rename the inputs on the display. Would like to rename "line" to "Sonos", but that's not configurable.
I had an old Onkyo analog receiver, so I knew the brand was of high quality, and this new one is just what I wanted. I converted my CDs to a computer, and I still had Bose analogue speakers, and the system works great.
It’s great and I like the fact that it has Bluetooth.
I am very impressed with the bright, clear sound produced by this receiver. For the money, an absolute winner. I have highly rated bookshelf speakers and they seem to just rejoice in the signal coming from the receiver.
Sound, sound, sound. Easy setup. Adequate power. Ability to connect to your existing music inventory - inputs for: phono, CD player, tape player, and more, plus has Bluetooth.
I would like to have wi-fi, for internet radio and music.
Nice receiver; however, none of the controls on the front of the receiver are backlit making it near impossible to control speaker selection and other adjustments without a flashlight (ours is in a stereo stand).
Great receiver could use more power It’s great to have the Wi-Fi
Great sound quality. Power provide by the unit easily fills the living /great room.I wish that the remote provided a button to switch between speakers (A or B or A/B). Button on the face of the unit for the speakers is small and hard to see and use.Overall, I am very happy with my purchase!
Sound quality. Power to speakers is very adequate to fill a living / great room, study or any other middle size room.
Button for changing the speakers is lacking on the remote.