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Technical Pro RX38UR

Professional Stereo Receiver

  • 1000 Watts Peak Power
  • Digital Fluorescent Output Display Meter
  • Dual mic inputs with volume, echo, and tone controls
  • 128 kbps / 32 KHz sampling rate on .wav file recordings



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Technical Pro XO3

3-Way Crossover with Subwoofer Output

  • Balanced XLR and 1/4” Inputs
  • Sub: 50-250 Hz
  • Lo/High: 70-1,000 Hz
  • Mid/Hi: 480-7000 Hz



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Mr. Dj DEQ-500

Dual Band Stereo Equalizer w/ 10 Band EQ DEQ-500

  • Dual Vu Meters Level Monitor
  • Dual 10 Bands EQ with Blue Leds
  • 2 RCA line Input
  • 2 RCA Line Output for REC



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Sherwood RX4208

200W AM/FM Stereo Receiver, Black

  • 100W + 100W (40Hz~20kHz/8Ω/1%)
  • 3Audio Input & 2 Output
  • Digital Encoder Volume Control
  • Speaker A/B Selector



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Sherwood RX4508

200W AM/FM Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, Black

  • 200 Watts Peak Power
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming
  • Preset Scan for Quick Search
  • 3Audio Input & 2 Output



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Sherwood RX-4105

Stereo Audio Receiver RX-4105

  • 100W x 2
  • 25-Key Unified Remote Control
  • 5 Audio Inputs including Tuner



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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.