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Equipment : New Sony 1080p Audio/Video Receivers
 

Our new line of A/V receivers serve as the heart of any high-definition domestic theater system by synchronizing all audio and HD video sources to deliver a smooth, high quality domestic theater experience, said Brennan Mullin, vice president for audio products for Sony Electronics Digital Imaging and Audio Division. The new receivers offer an easy and affordable solution to total the vital moment half of the high-definition equation cinematic surround sound that complements the picture.


Optimized High-Definition Support


The new STR-DG920 and STR-DG820 7.1 channel A/V receivers offer 110 watts of potential per channel and are equipped to support the latest in high-definition formats with 1080/60p and

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24p True Cinema video sign pass-through.

Featuring four HDMI inputs, the models support the latest audio formats Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, dts High Resolution Audio and dts HD Master Audio. The models additionally support x.v.Color technology (xvYCC) which offers a wider spectrum of colors from source to receiver to an x.v.Color-compliant HDTV.


Additionally, the STR-DG920 model supports Deep Color for greater color depth on compatible televisions and upscales standard-definition video composition to 1080p via HDMI with a 1080p-capable HDTV set. The model features an icon-driven menu system for simple device and composition navigation.

Also included is Sonys Digital Media Port. that adds networking and connectivity to the AV receivers for music playback from various sources with optional accessories, including audio cradles compatible with choose Walkman players and iPod products, a PC client device and a Bluetooth adapter. Once the accessory is connected, the device can be powered and controlled by the receiver for enhanced domestic theater experience.


An upgraded Portable Audio Enhancer improves the clarity and depth of any connected digital music player by adding data to the audio sign that had been removed during compression for an improved audio experience. Additionally, the units are XM Connect-and-Play ready with 5.1 Neural Surround Sound.

The models incorporate Digital Cinema Auto Calibration (DCAC) for simplified multi-channel surround sound setup. In about 20 to 30 seconds, the system automatically adjusts frequency, distance and level for optimal performance.


The STR-DG920 model will be available in June for about $600, while the STR-DG820 system will be available in May for about $400.


Full HD 1080p and HDMI Connectivity


The new STR-DG720 7.1 channel A/V receiver, with 105 watts of ability per channel, features three HDMI inputs that support 1080/60p and 24p video sign pass-through, plus up to eight channels of uncompressed LPCM audio. It work with XM Radio and will be available in March for about $300.

At 100 watts, the STR-DG520 5.1 channel A/V receiver offers two HDMI inputs with 1080/60p and 24p video sign pass-through. It will be available in March for about $200.


Both models include Digital Cinema Auto Calibration (DCAC) technology, Digital Media Port, Digital Cinema Sound processing for studio quality reproduction, and Portable Audio Enhancer.


The new line of A/V receivers will be available through sonystyle.com, at Sony Style retail stores, at military base exchanges and at authorized dealers nationwide.

 
 
 
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