Turn up the volume and treat your family and friends to high-quality Sony audio. It's truly like a concert in your living room as 270 watts of pristine audio dazzle your eardrums. Versatile connectivity for your TV, Blu-ray Disc or DVD player, gaming system and more (up to 5 audio sources supported) completes the package.
- Stereo receiver with 270 watts of total power - Powerful Hi-Fi performance (135W x 2 @ 8ohm, 1kHz. THD 0.05%; 100W+100W @ 8phm, 1kHz, THD 1% )
- Auto Standby - This energy saving features enables the receiver to set to automatically switch to standby mode if it is not in use or no audio signal is sent to it for 30 min.
- 5 Audio inputs/2 audio outputs - Enough analog audio inputs to enhance the sound from your home theater products.
- FM/AM Tuner - Program your favorite local stations with 30 presets available for both FM and AM stations.
- Connection for smartphone or portable music players - A stereo mini-plug supports all smartphones and portable music players, enabling you to connect and listen to all your portable music and devices right in your living room.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there an A B speaker switch?
Yes. There are connections on the back for 2 pairs of speakers and a button on the front that lets you play A speakers, B speakers, A+B speakers or no speakers.
How do you connect the STRDH130 to a TV and the speakers?
Look for audio Left and Right channel outputs (red and white) on the back of the TV, if it has them. Some TVs only have inputs like this (not outputs - out will be clearly labelled if you have them), which won't help. If your TV has these outputs, you can connect them to any input on the back of your Sony receiver. However, even then it may not provide sound for sources connected to the TV (Sat, Cable, Disc) which are connected to your TV using HDMI cables. You could try using a headphone output on the TV plugged into the 3.5mm mini-jack on the back of the Sony, which would work with all sources connected to the TV. To try this just order a stereo connection cable with male 3.5mm plugs on each end. You'd have to turn the volume up some on both the TV and Sony receiver until you find the volume setting that gives you enough range to then control with the Sony remote. Another way would be to use RCA out jacks from the Source device itself, whether that is a cable/sat box or disc player. Then you have to switch audio separately from video on the TV, which can be confusing for some. The underlying issue here is that stereo receivers lack HDMI connections, which combine sound and picture with one cable.
Does this product have a phono jack?
No, nothing for a turntable. But yes for headphones.
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- Power Output (8 Ω, 1 KHZ, THD 1%) 100 W + 100 W
- Preset Channel TTL60
- Remote Commander U-RM
- Analog Audio In (Inc TV CEC)/Out (Excl. Tuner)/TV (CEC) 5/2/-
- Number of channels 2