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Onkyo TX-RZ920

9.2 Channel Network AV Receiver TX-RZ920

  • Up to 135W per Channel at 8 Ohms
  • AccuEQ Sound Optimization
  • 4K Ultra HD Pass-Through
  • 8 x HDMI-In | 2 x HDMI-Out



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Denon AVR-X4400H

9.2 Channel AV Receiver with HEOS and Amazon Alexa AVR-X4400H

  • Up to 125W per Channel at 8 Ohms
  • 4K Ultra HD Upscaling and Pass-Through
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • 8 x HDMI-In | 3 x HDMI-Out



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Sony STR-DA5500ES

7.1 Channel Digital Home Theater Receiver STR-DA5500ES

  • 120 W x 7
  • Blu-ray Disc™ Audio Decoding
  • 9 HD Inputs (4 Active HDMI and 3 Component Video Inputs)



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Onkyo TX-RZ820

Rz Series 7.2 Ch A/V Home Theater Receiver TX-RZ820

  • Wi-Fi® / Bluetooth® / Dolby Atmos® / DTS:X™
  • 130 watts per channel into 8 ohms
  • Chromecast built-in / 3-zone/3-source output
  • Dimensions (WHD): 17.1 x 15.6 x 7.9"


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Onkyo Receivers, Audio Video Receiver, Surround Sound Receiver, AV Receiver

Home stereo receivers interpret the audio signal and power all of your speakers. 2-channel receivers are stereo receivers generally used for listening to music, and they often lack the HDMI and other inputs that an A/V receiver would include. 5.1 and 7.1-channel receivers are audio video receivers meant for surround sound systems. They will have multiple HDMI and audio inputs for switching between sources such as a cable box, streaming device, Blu-ray player, etc. Higher end receivers will have better digital audio converters for higher fidelity sound, and will have more robust power supplies to power larger speakers.