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The Sony STR-DG910 is a mid-level 7.1 A/V receiver released in April 2007 with 100 Watts / channel, retailing for $500.

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Pros

Transcodes analog video sources to HDMI

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Good value receiver with plenty of features at a good price

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HDMI inputs pass-through 1080p video

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Supports LPCM over HDMI, but not DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD

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Cons

Unintuitive setup

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No second zone audio

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Doesn't decode TrueHD or DTS-MA digital audio

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Cumbersome OSD

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The Sony STR-DG910 is a mid-level 7.1 A/V receiver released in April 2007 with 100 Watts / channel, retailing for $500. It's most notable feature is it's support for 1080p video pass-through using it's 3 x HDMI inputs. The STR-DG910 also supports transcoding of analog video sources (composite, S-Video, and component) to the HDMI output. Regardless of what it says below, this receiver does support LPCM over HDMI, but does not decode DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD. It was originally released in April 2007 along with several other entry level models. The Sony STR-DG920 supercedes this receiver and adds Dolby TrueHD / dts HD-MA audio decoding, a fourth HDMI input, and second-zone audio for $600.

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