Sony STRDH130 2 Channel Stereo Receiver

Model Number: STRDH130
Web Code: 10198850

Overview

If you're looking to get bigger, bolder sound without having to deal with a complicated system, look no further than this Sony 260-watt 2-channel stereo receiver. It delivers clean stereo sound with impressive bass execution in your music.
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  • Delivers 260 watts of crystal-clear stereo sound (135W x 2 at 8ohm, 1kHz. THD 0.05%; 100W+100W at 8phm, 1kHz, THD 1% )
  • 5 analog audio inputs and 2 analog audio outputs offer enough analog audio connectivity options to enhance the sound from your home theater products
  • Auto Standby is an energy saving features that puts the receiver in standby when not in use for more than 30 minutes
  • Stereo mini-plug lets you listen to audio stored on your smartphone or personal media player
  • Includes remote

Receiver Features

High Current
No
Works with Google Assistant
No
Works with Amazon Alexa
No
On-Screen Display
Yes
Remote Control Type
Single

Inputs/Outputs

Number of Audio Inputs
5
Phono Inputs
No
Digital Inputs
No
Digital Outputs
No
Headphone Jack
1

Dimensions

Width
43 cm
Height
13.3 cm
Depth
27.9 cm
Weight
6.4 kg
Width (Inches)
16.9 in
Height (Inches)
5.2 in
Depth (Inches)
11 in
Weight (lbs)
14.1 lb
  • Operating Instructions
  • Quick Set-up Guide
  • AM Loppo Antenna
  • FM Wire Antenna
  • Remote Control
  • Batteries

  • Cheap basic reciever, 200 watt PEAK not continuous
    by Head banger

    on 7 juillet 2019

    Bought the item in a consignment shop in superb condition. First thing I noticed was the wattage of course. 200 watts I thought! Which should break down to 100 watts to 2 channels and 50 watts to A&B channels. Well let it be known the 200 watts are suppose to be PEAK watts not continious! So your basically getting a little above 50 watts per channel continious front and when using A & B the wattage lessons . This isn't the stereo we had in the early years by far. I had a Sansui that the left side went out on and stupid me sold it CHEAP. It was 80 watts per channel and it pput out a FULL 80 watts on every channel , no peaks PURE power. It blew away all these recievers of today. I also have a Harman Kardon which is 5.1 EXPENSIVE and suppose to be 85 watts per channel and that thing sucks! Over heats when turned up. Maybe getting 35 to 40 top watts per channel. If you can find old school recievers (rebuilt or better) go that direction for full power and durability ! The Sony will be ok till I find something better

    Review originally posted on sony.com


  • Is exactly what I needed. Got my music back.
    by Malkin

    on 6 septembre 2018

    This receiver is exactly what I needed to get my music back. My old receiver gave up after about 15 years of great service. Happy camper here.

    Review originally posted on sony.com


  • sounds great
    by ca mike

    on 23 juillet 2018

    Had to replace an old unit, the dh130 fit into the space and sounds great also has more connections for accessories, remote control works great and is convient.

    Review originally posted on sony.com


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