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The Sherwood R-772 is an audio and video high definition receiver.

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Allows you to switch amps on the fly--supports Zone 2 speaker setups with minimal hassle or additional cost.

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Outputs a very clean, unaffected signal.

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On Screen Display (available from all video outputs)

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Lockable Installer Memory allows you to customize default hard reset settings.

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Classy, basic aesthetic that stands out from the typical black design.

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Remote is IR and RF--functions from a good distance, allows you to hide the receiver.

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Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Pro Logic decoders provide lush soundscape.

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Newcastle is a custom installer brand that is normally only sold in specialty stores.

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Lacks many standard features for this price point (DVD upconversion, multichannel pre-outs).

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Only includes two HDMI ports.

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The Sherwood R-772 is an audio and video high definition receiver. This is similar to the Sherwood R-771, but uses HDMI inputs and outputs as well as having built-in XM radio and AM/FM radio support. DTS and Dolby standards are used to create high definition audio output, which can be output digitally. Video input can be converted from Composite and S-Video to Component, and 7.1 audio can be converted to 5.1 audio if needed. A second zone can be used with an independent remote, and both RF and IR remotes are supported. In addition to 100 watts per channel surround sound on 7 channels, a separate pre-amp output is available for a subwoofer.

  • 100 Watts per Channel x 7 in Surround Mode
  • 2 in 1 out HDMI 1.3 switching
  • Decodes DTS Master Audio HD and Dolby Tru HD PCM via HDMI
  • DTS-ES Discrete and Matrix, DTS-96/24, DTS NEO-6 Cinema and Music
  • Dolby Digital EX, Adjustable Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Headphone Layers 1, 2, 3, Dolby Virtual Speaker
  • Digitally Re-Masters PCM input to 96 kHz/ 24-bit
  • 192 kHz 24-bit DAC's for all channels
  • Pure Audio Mode
  • Crossover frequency 40 to 250 Hz
  • A/V Synch delay by input
  • SNAP 12-band parametric EQ per channel
  • Composite and S-Video conversion to Component Video
  • 2 Optical and 2 Co-ax Digital Inputs
  • Digital Output
  • RF + IR Learning remote
  • Crystal 32-Bit DSP processor
  • 8 DSP Modes
  • 7.1 channel direct input
  • Subwoofer Pre-Amp Output
  • Room 2 A/V Output w/ fixed/variable audio level, composite
  • Automatic 7.1 to 5.1 + Stereo
  • Rear Panel Room-2 IR control with 1 input and 1 output
  • Dedicated Room 2 Remote
  • 30 XM Presets
  • 30 AM/FM Station Presets
Post Review
09/04/2011 03:50

I have a new R772 hooked up to a new Epson 8700U projector. Can't get any HDMI signal from either Charter Hi-Def box or a new Samsung BD-D5300 Blue-Ray. Only get 30 second blips of pictures. It worked fine all day last Saturday.

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