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The Teac DR-H338i is a midgrade, micro A/V receiver featuring an integrated DVD/CD player that supports MP3 and WMA formats.

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Pros

directly interfaces with iPods - no adapter required

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small footprint - great for those with limited space

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looks good - features a black finish on an busy but functional front panel

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lots of power for the size - 50w per channel

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Cons

poor included antenna - doesn't pick up radio stations very well

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poor UI - the interface makes it difficult to traverse through folders

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only capable of virtual surround sound over 2 speakers

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MP3 filenames are only displayed on a connected TV - not the front panel

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only a single HDMI out

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The Teac DR-H338i is a midgrade, micro A/V receiver featuring an integrated DVD/CD player that supports MP3 and WMA formats. Designed primarily to receive and then transmit virtual 5.1-channel surround sound, the receiver supports AM/FM audio, CD/DVD audio, USB flash drive audio, and iPod audio via the included iPod dock interface. Also included are analog, digital, and subwoofer outputs for attaching it to an at-home speaker system. The thing about this receiver is that it also supports video content. In particular, it can transmit 1080p video via HDMI, and standard-definition video via composite and component outputs.

Features
  • Micro A/V Receiver
  • Integrated DVD/CD Player
  • Dolby Digital 5.1-Channel Surround Sound
  • 1080p HDMI Video
  • AM/FM Stereo Tuner
  • HDMI Out v1.2 (x1)
  • Component Video Out
  • Composite Video Out
  • Analog Audio In
  • Digital Audio Out (Optical, Coaxial)
  • Subwoofer Pre-Out
  • iPod Dock Interface
  • USB Port (MP3/WMA)
  • 1/8" Headphone Jack
  • Binding-Post Speaker Terminals
  • 20-20kHz Frequency Response
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