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Sony STR-DN1060 - Open Box 7.2 Channel Hi-Res WiFi Network AV Receiver

Item# SPM8749925002 | Model# STRDN1060-BA | Added on November 9, 2016 |
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Sony STR-DN1060 - Open Box 7.2 Channel Hi-Res WiFi Network AV Receiver
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7.2 Ch. Of Power

Packing 165W per channel, this powerhouse envelopes you in a new level of sound performance (165W x 7 @ 6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD). Added amplifier functionality allows for configuration flexibility including: speakers A or B, speakers A and B, in addition to Bi–Amp.

Built For Superb Sound

Employing construction and circuitry design cues from our ES line, it all begins with a rigid chassis based on the legendary frame and beam concept. To this structure, we then mount the various components: a high capacity power transformer, custom heat sink, and other specially designed and selected audio-grade components that add up to class–leading sound quality.

Easily Connect To Your Devices With 8 High Definition Inputs

Flexible HD connectivity with 8 assignable inputs (6 HDMI®, 2 component). HDCP 2.2 compliant (1 in/1 out), this receiver also supports simple connectivity and full–playback of '4K Premium Content' with maximum visual and multi–channel sound quality. Eliminate unnecessary cables. With ARC, TV audio signal can be sent back to your receiver through the same HDMI® cable already being used to send audio and video to your TV.

Access Your Music Library

Wirelessly connect to your home network and access music stored on your computer, network storage device, smartphone, or built–in music services such as AirPlay® and Spotify Connect. Also AirPlay® compatible, you can easily

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