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Sony STRDN1080 7.2 CH 4K UHD AV Receiver $712.07 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon UK via AU


Even cheaper than the previous deal

If you ordered using the previous deal, cancel and re-order!

Note regarding delivery: Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months

Description from Amazon:

• Supporting the latest audio and video format: Dolby ATMOS and DTS:X support, High-Resolution Audio compatible
• Built for sound: Improved auto-calibration with stereo microphone, speaker relocation for the optimum sound reproduction
• Phantom surround back to simulate 2 extra rear channels thus providing a 7.1.2ch set-up ; Sound Field: 2ch Stereo , Direct , Multi Ch Stereo , Dolby Surround , Neural: X , Front Surround , Audio Enhancer , Headphone 2ch
• Versatile solution: Playback your content from a wide range of sources thanks to HDMI in/out (6/2), USB, Bluetooth/NFC, Chromecast Built-in, Spotify Connect, Multi-room
• Maintain 4K quality from source to screen - the 4K pass-through feature allows data to pass through the receiver without compromising image quality, and is HDCP 2.2 compatible
• Play DSD through DLNA network connected devices, or connected to USB with support for up to 24 bit/192 kHz High-Resolution Audio playback
• Network Connectivity: Bluetooth Receiver, Bluetooth Transmitter, NFC, Wi-Fi, Airplay, Mobile Control Application, Wireless Multi Room
• Interface HDMI supporting HDCP2.2 In/Out: 6 / 2
• Power Output: 165W 6ohms, 1kHz, 1ch driven THD 0.9 percent; Power Requirement: 230V 50 / 60Hz
• Dimensions (W x H x D mm): 430 x 156 x 331 & Weight (kg): 9.7

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closed Comments

  • does it support eARC?

  • Has any one actually got this ? Whats with all the neg reviews on Amazon.Sounds perfect spec wise.

    • its old

      its doesnt have earc

      its 2018 age so for most people spending $700+ on that old a tech when there's new stuff around the corner

      GRANTED, the new stuff will be $1k+ but…

      • Two years isn’t that old for a receiver ;). Most people don’t upgrade their receivers every few years. I certainly don’t. I have a 2010 Onkyo 5.1 which is still rocking.

        Agreed that there are newer receivers with better technology but prices are double this. As Mortis suggested below, read a few online reviews and make up your own mind.

        I have ordered one because it represents good value for money and a bit of an upgrade. But, yes, this will not suit everyone.

  • Have seen n heard this believe me this is better than the new Denon an most gimmickry units out now.
    There's a reason it was voted 2018 winner in class n 2019 runner up.
    Yes it's old in hifi terms but still worth very much consideration.
    Read the hifi n tech reviews ….reviews from lol is crap at best.

  • I purchased this back in 2018 from Amazon UK for $711 delivered.
    Still using it to this day. Sounds great , works well, I have had no real big complaints about its sound other than a minor gripe with the On Screen Menu.
    The user interface menu that it displays on the screen is really slow and laggy and is a known issue, but you don't have to use it all the time.
    It supports 4K60 , wont do 4K120 if you are using on any of the new gen TVs or consoles (aka PS5 \ XSeX etc).
    Not sure if there are newer av receivers that do 4K120 though..

  • Can you have the AVR off and still have media box pass through…?
    This one of the few AVR with phono input which is important to me.

    • Yes, you can turn on pass through mode. Though need to check what inputs have it.

      The functionality is called "Standby Through"

      In the manual it states to use Phono input, you need a phono equalizer.