Sony STR-DB830 Audio Video Receiver


Sony STR-DB830 Audio Video Receiver

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Sony STR-DB830 Audio Video Receiver

Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Surround output: 100W (front), 100W (center), 100W (rear)
Frequency response: 10Hz to 50kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.05%
Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 86dB (MM), 96dB (line)
Output: 150mV (line)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω
Digital inputs: coaxial, optical Video
Connections: composite, SVHS
Dimensions: 430 x 405 x 160.5mm
Weight: 13kg
The only amplifier on the offer has no remote control.
Good cosmetic condition and good working order.
Easy to customize and use. There's a sound field for all tastes. Take your time and follow the manual and it's a breeze. Any equipment, regardless of manufacturer, can be difficult at first to set up, but once you find your parameters, all you do is turn the receiver on and off anyway. There's plenty of power for my needs. In-home theatre mode, the sound never ceases to blow me away. It leaves me wanting a little in the music mode, but that is a weakness of my speakers. Coupled with great quality speakers, however, this receiver delivers great sound. Most sub/sat combos are sufficient at delivering outstanding home theatre performances, however, they are lacking for music enthusiasts. If you are using your receiver for music as well as home theatre, get some decent front speakers and sub and stop complaining that your receiver is not "musical" enough.

Sony, in its infinite wisdom, has assigned digital audio inputs. Coaxial input is only available for DVD/LD and not TV/SAT (optical only). Digital audio inputs of any type are not available for VIDEO 1,2, or 3. There are also no S-video inputs for TV/SAT or VIDEO 2. This whole combination has made for creative and aggravating hookups. My original satellite box wasn't as much of an issue, but now my cable box has only coaxial digital audio output and has to be plugged into the DVD/LD slot. That relegates the DVD player to the TV/SAT inputs with no S-video. Can't use VIDEO 1, because of assigned digital audio that doesn't include it. I use my receiver as the component switcher for my home theatre, so the workaround was frustrating. I ended up having to use composite video instead of S-video and suffered from lower-quality video for a while. Not a big issue with a smaller tv.

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