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Equipment : Sony STR-DA5400ES - reciever for HD multichannel sound
 

Sony STR-DA5400ES - reciever for HD multichannel soundSTR-DA5400ES: A flagship AV receiver designed for todays HD entertainment and the future


The STR-DA5400ES AV receiver sits at the top of the new ES receiver range, and is designed to form the heart of a total entertainment system. Compatible with all the latest high-definition audio and video formats, it can handle the most complex systems, thanks to no fewer than six HDMI inputs and two outputs, enabling owners to connect to both a BRAVIA LCD TV for everyday use and a home cinema projector for those big movie events, and switch between them at the push of a button.


As well as having built-in decoders for Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD Master Audio, the STR-DA5400ES can accept eight-channel Linear PCM over HDMI, and even the DSD format native to Super Audio CD, enabling it to give excellent results with video and music discs alike. The H.A.T.S. for HDMI transfer system, used when DSD data is passed to this receiver from the new SCD-XA5400ES player, ensures the very best sound quality from Super Audio CD music.


And the STR-DA5400ES has the power to entertain, too, with 7x130W output, while Sonys Digital Cinema Auto-Calibration ensures perfect set-up at the push of a button, and BRAVIA Sync allows total control of a complete set of Sonys components from a single handset. It can also form the heart of a whole-house entertainment system, able to deliver audio and video into a second zone, and audio into a third.


It supports the latest high-definition video formats 1080/24p, Deep Colour and x.v.Colour and can upconvert and upscale video from standard definition sources up to 1080p.


A new Graphical User Interface designs make the AV receiver simple to use, with a Picture in Picture option making it possible to make adjustments while still watching a programme.


Whats more, the STR-DA5400ES is designed to work with portable and computer-stored music: it has two Digital Media Ports, into which modules can be plugged to interface with iPods, Walkman players, wi-fi networks and Bluetooth music devices.


Two further models complete the new ES AV receiver range. The STR-DA3400ES and STR-DA2400ES both offer 7x110W output, compatibility with the latest audio formats and eight-channel Linear PCM, video upconversion and upscaling to 1080P, plus 1080/24p, Deep Colour and x.v.Colour pass-through. Each also has Sonys Digital Media Port, Digital Cinema Auto-Calibration and BRAVIA Sync.


For use in custom installations, the BDP-S5000ES and STR-DA5400ES also feature infrared and RS232C remote control connections, and the STR-DA5400ES offers three 12V trigger sockets.

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