Sony STRDN1080 7.2 Channel Atmos Network AV Receiver

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Model Number: STRDN1080
Web Code: 10661741


Enjoy spectacular cinematic surround sound optimized for your home environment with this Sony STR-DN1080 7.2-channel receiver. Designed with a sophisticated speaker solution that works around with your physical space restrictions, the STR-DN1080 boasts Dolby Atmos 3D and DTS:X technology to provide breathtaking audio wherever you set up.

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    • 7 channels deliver 165 watts each to drive today's quality loudspeakers and give you spectacular audio quality
    • Enhanced by Dolby Atmos 3D and DTS:X audio to provide dynamic, object-based surround sound
    • HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports simple connectivity and full-playback of 4K Premium Content with maximum visual and multi-channel sound quality
    • Allows full, native 4K video content pass-through to 4K-capable televisions and projectors
    • High Dynamic Range (HDR) signal pass-through greatly enhances contrast and brightness and brings colours to life
    • NFC and Bluetooth connectivity enable one touch streaming from enabled devices
    • Integrated dual-band Wi-Fi with Airplay, DLNA, Chromecast, and Spotify Connect3 means you can stream playlists wirelessly from PCs, smartphones, and other devices
    • 6 HDMI inputs and 2 outputs, a front USB port, optical digital and analogue AV connections provide connectivity to HDTVs, Blu-ray disc players, and other devices
    • Expand your listening and control with multi-room and Google Home compatibility
    • Digital Cinema Auto Calibration EX combined with virtual speaker relocation technology automatically optimises speaker frequencies, phases and delays, delivering a sound field perfectly suited to your room
    • Phantom Surround Back speaker setting replicates the effect of physical surround back speakers so you can enjoy the full 360-degree 7-channel experience with just a 5-channel setup
    • S-Force PRO front surround delivers a virtual surround acoustic field using only 2 speakers
    • Experience amazing sound with Hi-Res Audio up to DSD 5.6

    Audio Formats

    Dolby Atmos

    Standby Features

    HDMI Pass-Through Enabled
    HDMI Pass-Through Power Consumption
    .04 W
    4K Pass-Through Enabled
    8K Pass-Through Enabled
    3D Pass-Through Enabled


    Width (Inches)
    16.9 in
    Height (Inches)
    6.1 in
    Depth (Inches)
    13 in
    42.93 cm
    15.49 cm
    33.02 cm
    9.7 kg

    Receiver Features

    Number Of Channels
    High Current
    Illuminated Front-Panel Display
    Graphical User Interface
    Wireless Multi-Room Capability
    Number Of Zones
    Remote Type
    Automatic Speaker Setting Calibration
    Total Harmonic Distortion (at max rated power 20Hz-20kHz)
    20 Hz - 20 kHz
    Radio Tuner
    FM Radio
    Satellite Radio Ready
    Bluetooth Connectivity
    Works with Apple AirPlay
    Chromecast built-in
    Works with Google Assistant
    Works with Amazon Alexa
    TuneIn Radio
    DTS Play-Fi
    Other Compatible Apps
    100+ Apps With Chromecast Built-In
    Wi-Fi Connectivity
    Network Ready
    Network Functions Supported
    Audio; Picture Sharing
    DLNA Certified

    Video Options

    Upconverting Capability
    4K 60P
    Audio Return Channel
    HDMI Version
    HDMI 2.0
    HDCP Version
    HDCP 2.2


    HDMI Inputs
    HDMI Outputs
    Component Video Inputs
    Component Video Outputs
    S-Video Inputs
    S-Video Outputs
    Composite Audio/Video Inputs
    Composite Audio/Video Outputs
    Co-axial (S/PDIF) Digital Audio Inputs
    Co-axial (S/PDIF) Digital Audio Outputs
    Optical (Toslink) Inputs
    Optical (Toslink) Outputs
    Headphone Jack
    USB Media Input - Audio
    (MP3).mp3; (AAC/HE-AAC).m4a; .aac; (WMA9 Standard).wma; (LPCM).wav; (FLAC).flac; .fla; (DSF).dsf; (DSDIFF).dff; (AIFF).aiff; .aif; (ALAC).m4a

    • Sony quality is now a thing of the past!

      from Ontario on May 7, 2019

      Beware of Sony Receivers being Bricked when trying to update firmware!! I purchased a STRDN860 a few years ago and recently when I tried to update it’s firmware which was done according to Sony’s own instructions, my receiver was bricked. In other words it is now a peice of junk not worth fixing. In trying to update the firmware the “clearing” mode came on and never reached the “cleared” status. Sony’s own service centre spent a week looking at the receiver and finally told me that it needed a new main board and as a result was not worth fixing. Since my receiver was now 6 months past the warranty period, I was stuck with the loss of this receiver. The bricking of my receiver has nothing to do with a normal malfunction of the receiver and it is absolutely as a result of poor engineering and manufacturing by Sony and it should be Sony’s responsibility to either fix the defective product or replace it. Warranty has absolutely nothing to do with this issue. I am not the only customer that has encountered this problem with a defective Sony receiver, have a look at the information provided by another customer that experienced the destruction of his STRDN1080 when he also tried to update his receiver’s firmware:

    • Sony quality is now a thing of the past!

      from Ontario on May 6, 2019

      I purchased a STRDN860 a few years ago and it is now bricked and not worth repairing due to a manufacturing built in defect. The unit was 6 months past the warranty period and Sony had the unit checked out by their own service department in Ontario. After checking the unit out they said that the main board needed replacing and the cost of that was not worth fixing it. Replacing the main board simply means that Sony has no idea as to what is causing this problem which means that they are manufacturing very poor quality products and leaving unsuspecting customers with the loss when one of their units is bricked when trying to update it's firmware. This is not a warranty issue, it is a clear case of a malfunction caused by very poor Sony electronics engineering and Sony should not expect the customer to pay for the cost of repairing this problem. 1. The unit stopped communicating with my TV. Sony service advised me to perform a soft reset by disconnecting the unit for a few minutes and then re-plugging it which fixed the problem. Since I had been having other problems with the unit, I knew that it was time to update the firmware and software but could not do so due to the fact that I could not access the system functions, they were greyed out which meant that I now had to perform a hard reset of the receiver. To perform the hard reset, Sony told me to shut the power off and then to push the power button on and leave it pushed on for 5 seconds or so at which time the message "clearing" was to start flashing which it did at which time I stopped pushing the power button. The "clearing" message was supposed to change to "cleared" within 30 seconds or so but in my case the "cleared" message never come on and the "clearing" message stayed on non stop. You can unplug the receiver for as long as you want and as soon as you plug it back on, it automatically goes into the "clearing mode without touching anything else on the receiver. The unit is now bricked and rendered totally useless due to poor engineering by Sony but Sony is sticking to the fact that the unit is now no longer covered by the warranty. I am not the only one that has experienced this problem, have a look at this other customer that had the same problem with his STRDN1080.

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      from Thunder Bay on March 31, 2019

      Bluetooth has to be paired each time it's used. Have to turn off Bluetooth on iphone in order for Sony wireless headphones to connect to receiver. Not able to connect iPhone to receiver to listen to music using Bluetooth. Other features are great.

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