Sony STRDH190 2-ch Home Stereo Receiver with Phono Inputs & Bluetooth Black Electronics

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About this item Amplify and enjoy your home audio experience in the comfort of your home.Frequency band : 2,400 MHz – 2,483.5 MHz, Maximum output power : ≤ 5.0 dBm..Connector Type: ‎Bluetooth 100 watts x 2 (8 ohms, 1 Kilo Hertz). Speaker impedance – 6–16 ohms Phono input, 4 stereo RCA audio inputs, 3.5 millimeter input, stereo RCA output Built in Bluetooth lets you wirelessly stream your favorite music service, podcasts, and more from other Bluetooth devices. Connect up to 4 speakers; A/B switching to play all at once, or in separate zones Low profile design (5 ¼ Inch tall) fits easily into conventional AV cabinet FM Radio with 30 station presets; Full size (1/4 inch) headphone jack
Enjoy the subtlest nuances of studio-quality sound in higher than CD quality with High-Resolution Audio. Passion for music unites every component from signal to speaker so it feels like the artist is performing right in front of you. In the box: Remote (RMT-AA400U), batteries, FM antenna Large capacity power transformer built for clarity : Care and attention to the highest quality audio starts with the power transformer. Show more

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Brand Name ‎Sony Item Weight ‎17.1 pounds Product Dimensions ‎11 x 17 x 5.2 inches Country of Origin ‎Malaysia Item model number ‎STRDH190 Batteries ‎2 AA batteries required. (included) Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‎No Output Wattage ‎100 Watts Color Name ‎Black Special Features ‎Bluetooth for easy connection with mobile devices, A and B speaker function for flexible installation, Engineered for superior sound quality, Phono input for connection to turntable

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ASIN B078WFDR8D Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #880 in Electronics ()

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Date First Available February 25, 2018

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Brand Name ‎Sony

Item Weight ‎17.1 pounds

Product Dimensions ‎11 x 17 x 5.2 inches

Country of Origin ‎Malaysia

Item model number ‎STRDH190

Batteries ‎2 AA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‎No

Output Wattage ‎100 Watts

Color Name ‎Black

Special Features ‎Bluetooth for easy connection with mobile devices, A and B speaker function for flexible installation, Engineered for superior sound quality, Phono input for connection to turntable

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Best Sellers Rank #880 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1 in Audio Component Receivers

Date First Available February 25, 2018

Brand Sony

Connectivity Technology Bluetooth

Controller Type Push Button

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Compatible Devices Smartphone, Speaker

Connector Type Phono Input, Analog Audio Input

Audio Output Mode Stereo

Surround Sound Channel Configuration 2 channel

Color Black

Product Dimensions 11″D x 17″W x 5.2″H

About this item Amplify and enjoy your home audio experience in the comfort of your home.Frequency band : 2,400 MHz – 2,483.5 MHz, Maximum output power : ≤ 5.0 dBm..Connector Type: ‎Bluetooth 100 watts x 2 (8 ohms, 1 Kilo Hertz). Speaker impedance – 6–16 ohms Phono input, 4 stereo RCA audio inputs, 3.5 millimeter input, stereo RCA output Built in Bluetooth lets you wirelessly stream your favorite music service, podcasts, and more from other Bluetooth devices. Connect up to 4 speakers; A/B switching to play all at once, or in separate zones Low profile design (5 ¼ Inch tall) fits easily into conventional AV cabinet FM Radio with 30 station presets; Full size (1/4 inch) headphone jack Enjoy the subtlest nuances of studio-quality sound in higher than CD quality with High-Resolution Audio. Passion for music unites every component from signal to speaker so it feels like the artist is performing right in front of you. In the box: Remote (RMT-AA400U), batteries, FM antenna Large capacity power transformer built for clarity : Care and attention to the highest quality audio starts with the power transformer. Show more

Enjoy the sweet sound of vinyl, or streaming from your digital music collection. The perfect match for music lovers seeking a stereo system with classic sound from all your music sources. And with the low-profile design, it’s sure to fit into conventional AV cabinets. Power Requirement – AC 120 V 60 Hz.

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Brand Name

‎Sony

Item Weight

‎17.1 pounds

Product Dimensions

11"D x 17"W x 5.2"H

Country of Origin

‎Malaysia

Item model number

‎STRDH190

Batteries

‎2 AA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Output Wattage

‎100 Watts

Color Name

‎Black

Special Features

‎Bluetooth for easy connection with mobile devices, A and B speaker function for flexible installation, Engineered for superior sound quality, Phono input for connection to turntable

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B078WFDR8D

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4.5 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#880 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1 in Audio Component Receivers

Date First Available

February 25, 2018

Brand

Sony

Connectivity Technology

Bluetooth

Controller Type

Push Button

Special Feature

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Compatible Devices

Smartphone, Speaker

Connector Type

Phono Input, Analog Audio Input

Audio Output Mode

Stereo

Surround Sound Channel Configuration

2 channel

Color

Black

60 reviews for Sony STRDH190 2-ch Home Stereo Receiver with Phono Inputs & Bluetooth Black Electronics

  1. Melissa Woods

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    awesome

    im doing a 2 year review and i love this receiver.It gets used daily and still sounds amazing highly recommend

  2. Scott d

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product for price

    I have this for my basement with (2) 240 watt speakers, it drives them fine. I recommend an equalizer to really get the most out of this unit.

  3. Big Steve

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value, tough to beat for the price.

    Very easy to use remote, we use it with a pair of good quality Polk Audio speakers to listen to vinyl and cd’s in the family room. This really isn’t suitable for a home theater since it’s only 2 channel. Overall, we love it.

  4. Neil Skillman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great!

    I love this receiver/amplifier. I got a new turntable and my older Sony did not have input jacks for a turntable. This one does plus the receiver picks up stations that my older one did not. It’s great!

  5. James K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked as advertised and simple install

    It would plugged in right where my old unit was. Fast delivery and no issues

  6. Supaflybribri

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Controls

    I would of liked separate controls for bass and treble can only adjust with remote

    One person found this helpful

  7. Alan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    LA CALIDAD DE SIEMPRE DE SONY.. EXCELENTE

    EXCELENTE RELACION PRESTACIONES-PRECIO.. LA CALIDAD DE SIEMRE DE SONY..LO TENGO CON EL COMBO TORNAMESA SONY PS AX310BT (CONECTADO CABLE RCA PHONO) Y UN PAR DE BOCINAS SONY SS-CS5..SONIDAZO ¡¡

  8. East Ski Bum

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Full Featured Stereo Receiver

    I use this stereo receiver to receive FM radio, Bluetooth audio, playback of CD’s, vinyl records, cassettes and harmonica. The unit has enough input jacks to be permanently setup for recording purposes. Love the quality and sound (wired to 4 ohm Sony speakers).

  9. Fernando Montilla

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Receiver

    Quality build, easy to set up plug and play basically. Fantastic sound. Ease of use.The remote has all the features you want and sounds crystal clear. Driving Klipsch 1.2, RP 600m and 5.2’s. Also drives AVID 103’s.

  10. DAVID

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    amazons price

    great buy

  11. KEITH F LUSCHERKEITH F LUSCHER

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    LOVE IT – Great Performance and Great Price

    Speaking as a self-described “audiophile” (but a true audiophile with deep pockets would likely laugh), this was one of the best gifts I’ve given to myself in recent years (as I have a fairly large music library of nearly 600 albums of 1/3 vinyl, 2/3 CDs and some cassettes).Bought mine back in March–used to be $200, but when I saw it for $150 any hesitation went out the window and I grabbed it. I have been in love with it ever since. Fabulous sound and power (do you really need more than 100 watts per channel?), great remote control (not used to that, believe it or not), and it lives up to Sony quality. Powers my vintage components perfectly:> MCS Series 6202 Belt-Driven Turntable (had it since early 80s)> Nacamichi BX-300 Cassette Deck> Sony DVP-NS725P Disc Player (DVD but used mainly for CDs – audio-only connection)> LG TV connected via optical-to-analog adapter> KEF Reference Series 103/3 Stereo SpeakersInteresting observation about the way the ports are labeled on the back: what would traditionally be identified as a tape deck port (with IN/OUT) is just “Input 4,” and while it’s connected to my tape deck for playback, the REC-OUT is connected to a USB audio adapter to digitally record anything (mostly vinyl of course) to my laptop for mastering and iPod/digital library access.The Bluetooth connectivity is awesome as well with powerful range – great for playing music from mobile devices (phone and iPod Classic with BT adapter). The front line-in 3.5 port, identified as a “Portable” is also a great feature.At first, I was surprised that there was no input for optical, however since digital-to analog adapters are inexpensive and readily available, I think it’s best to leave it that way. Would rather have the option, rather than an optical-only port that would otherwise go unused unless one had a component that required it.HOWEVER, if I were to make any improvements, it would be to add a USB Out port (preferably on the front), for digital recording on a PC. However again, since adapters are inexpensive and accessible, and for the price I paid for this device, I ain’t gonna complain. Front level analog balance, bass and treble controls would also be nice, but you have access to all that through the menu.If you feel due for a simple, powerful and awesome stereo receiver/amplifier upgrade without breaking your monthly budget, this is a winner.

    28 people found this helpful

  12. Eric K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome receiver

    I bought this for two reasons…the size fit perfectly in my cabinet and it connects to my phone via Blutooth for streaming music. It is absolutely perfect. I am most definitely NOT a ‘tech guy’ and this couldn’t be easier to use, with ‘old school’ knobs and buttons rather than digital menus. Sounds great. Super easy to hook up and operate. Quality brand. Good price. What’s not to love?

    2 people found this helpful

  13. racar45

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly good quality for the price. Has everything I need. 2 year warranty from Sony.

    I was pleasantly surprised with what you get, for such a low price. FM tuner, Bluetooth, Phono input with ground, 4 inputs for other components, with one of those having an output jack as well, remote control, and a 2 year parts/labor warranty from Sony. I have a JVC turntable connected to the phono input, my television connected to input 1, a Teac cassette deck (for playback only) connected to input 2, a Sony single disc CD player connected to input 3, a Tascam CD player/recorder connected to input 4, (using the 1 and only output jack offered there) to have recording capability, and a vintage pair of Boston Acoustics 8 ohm floor speakers. I agree with others that the speaker connection terminals have a very small opening, and not really designed for heavier gauge speaker wire. A google search provided this info: “Thick wire (12 or 14 gauge) is recommended for long wire runs, high power applications, and low-impedance speakers (4 or 6 ohms). For relatively short runs (less than 50 feet) to 8 ohm speakers, 16 gauge wire will usually do just fine.” For my setup, my speakers are 8 ohm, and located much less than 50 ft. from the receiver & each other, so 16 gauge wire worked out fine, and fit in the terminals easily. Freshly spliced 14 gauge wire should fit, if inserted carefully. 12 gauge wire would be too thick to use, and may likely break the speaker terminals. It has it’s own proprietary FM wire antenna included, and you cannot use any other type of antenna (there are no other FM antenna connections). I picked up over 30 channels, but I’m likely within 15 miles of most of them. If you live far from your FM broadcast stations, the small wire antenna could be insufficient. There is a power button, volume control knob, and input selector knob on the front of the receiver, along with a few other settings. Most adjustments however, are made from the remote. The inputs are labeled Phono, FM, Input 1, 2, 3, & 4 on the display & the remote, but you can customize them to display whatever you like, from the amp menu, accessed from the remote. I changed mine to TV, Tape, CD Play, & CD REC, quite easily. You can adjust the balance and other settings, from the same amp menu, from the remote, including increasing the output volume of the phono jack, if so desired. You can adjust the volume, bass & treble, store 30 FM preset channels, access Bluetooth, and numerous other features from the remote. The instruction manual is clear & concise, explaining all of the many features, without being overwhelming. Keeping in mind that this is a 2 channel “home stereo receiver”, it more than meets my audio needs. It produces a clear, nice quality sound, that you will likely not find in another $128 “new” receiver. If you’re looking to vibrate the walls, or need to feel the bass instead of just hearing it, then you probably need to spend more, and look elsewhere. Otherwise, it really is quite nice. I’m pleased so far, and hope it will prove to be durable. It looks great, and appears to be a quality made item.

    36 people found this helpful

  14. Steampunk

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not bad, but not what I expect from Sony

    Like others have said, bass response could be better. And a lack of Loundess Contour (raising lows and highs at low volume) is a real falling point.My only real complaints. The sound is good, considering the limitations of the bass. It is clean.Speakers: at first I hooked it up to a pair of Pinnacle bookshelf speakers. They are tuned to higher basss frequencies, with mellow mids and highs. It sounded good from the FM tuner, nice and clean.Then I hooked it up to my Optimus (yeah, I have oldies but goodies) 3-way speakers (Sansui or Pioneer) with 8″ woofers. Much better, but still no real punchy bass.I run SXM from my Samsung Galaxy to a small FM transmitter for the whole house. Using Dolby ATMOS and the equalizer from the Samsung I got it to accetable levels of sound. Not as good as the Aiwa SA-A60 amp that this is replacing while it’s being repaired, but enjoyable. It also took a minute to find the balance setting under “Amp Menu”.I’m also running the sound from a matching Aiwa FM tuner, which has a warmer sound than the built-in FM.That’s what it took to get the audio close to what the Aiwa system takes as granted.My recommendation: use this where you need an audio source where you either have good speakers of full-spectrum stereo isn’t as important. It would be OK for a garage, reception area, background music in the lounge, etc. I woukld not recommend it for serious listening to rock, hip-hop, etc where bass is important. It does better with lighter music. It took a lot of adjustment to get it to sound decent. At least it’s a clean sounding amp.I got a reconditioned unit for $100. It’s worth the hundred. If I really wanted a better sounding receiver I’d go $100 more. Like I said, it gets removed and repurposed when the Aiwa gets repaired.Edit: Bluetooth. I paired it with 2 Samsung Galxies. Pairing was simple. Sound was amazing. So much better than FM. Since this is an edit, I can’t add 5 stars for pairing, but it was easy and the sound quality is above par.

    7 people found this helpful

  15. UnderTheRadar

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow! Where to start

    I didn’t have any great expectations for this Sony receiver, I guess I’m a bit skeptical of things at first.But, wow was I surprised, and I was not disappointed in any aspect or functionality of this receiver.(1) I tried the FM tuner while listening through the headphone jack: outstanding. Easily volume control through the Sony remote.(2) I tried my iPhone pairing still through my headphones: excellent. Immediately paired with the Bluetooth of my iPhone to the Sony. Great sound. Easy to adjust sound volume and to use forward and backward either using the iPhone or the remote. The two times I paired it with my iPhone I simply pushed the “Bluetooth” button on the Sony remote, went to my iPhone Bluetooth settings, saw the Sony receiver was ready to connect and selected “connect” on my iPhone. I did not use the “pairing” button on my Sony receiver.(3) I finally connected a pair of JBL speakers. First I turned off the receiver (not sure if I needed to, but..I tried the FM first, then I paired my iPhone again. Both are Awesome!I don’t have a turntable, so I can’t report on it. Haven’t hooked up my Yamaha CD disc changer, because it’s old and the remote doesn’t work anymore. If I can get a replacement remote for it, then I’ll give it a try.In conclusion, the sound is superb with all of the above connections that I tried. And everything was simple to setup. I think the best sound was when I connected my bookshelf speakers. I’m sitting here right now streaming my Apple playlists and I’m blown away by the quality of the sound.I have an old 2011 Yamaha receiver, though it hasn’t worked for about 4-5 years, so I’m close to ecstatic to have an excellent new receiver that also has Bluetooth.Edit 4/8/23I have just hooked up my Yamaha 5-CD changer and it works and sounds superb.The reason I have no trouble with the FM reception is probably because I am within 10 miles of the radio towers of the stations I listen to. So, the fact that this Sony comes with a proprietary FM antenna is not a problem.I only use the remote to adjust the receiver, so I can’t respond to reviews that state that the dials seem cheap.If you have had problems with your speakers, I highly recommend reading the instructions thoroughly to verify the impedance of your speakers and hook them up as described in the manual.I did have one speaker that did not work when I first hooked up my two speakers, but I quickly found that one of the speaker wires was not connected properly, but it took me about 30 seconds to rectify.

    34 people found this helpful

  16. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent replacement amp!

    Excellent replacement for my old JVC amp! Everything worked perfectly. Sound quality was great, even thru Bluetooth. Old phonograph never sounded this good before! None of the negative reviews proved true for me. Speaker wires fit right in. I liked the function that allowed me to name Inputs Displayed, even radio stations programed in memory.Amp features “Pure Direct”, which sounds flat to me. Got much higher quality sound by leaving this off.

    One person found this helpful

  17. hootowldude

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great, easy to set up, and versatile

    If you read my review of this great product, please also read the edit at the end about Amazon’s disappointing customer service.My old Kenwood receiver started crapping out, so I orders this as a replacement. Only had it a day, but am quite pleased so far. I am not sure whether you have to use the remote to access eq controls (i.e bass and treble) but it looks that way. I don’t mind that, but the construction of the remote is notably flimsy compared to the receiver itself. Anyway, for a nice receiver just south of two bills, I really like this unit. It has a sleek design too and sounds great through my mid-grade Kenwood floor speakers. I listen to a lot of music, and also route my TV’s audio through the receiver, so having a decent receiver is a must for me. This one should do great for years. I also like the Bluetooth capability, and that is a fine trade off for no AM radio access. I recommend this product, though I wouldn’t have much minded paying a little more for a more robust remote control.EDIT: Two days after I received this unit, the Amazon price dropped by $30. I called to see if I could be refunded the difference, as a long-time Amazon Prime member buying an Amazon directly sold item. It was a perfectly reasonable request, but it was denied. It find that disappointing. I suggest if you find this item for nearly the same price at Best Buy or elsewhere, you buy it there. Other than having to return wrongly delivered items, this is the first request I have asked of Amazon regarding an item. They suggested I return the item and buy the same item again. A dunderheaded, time-consuming, wasteful proposition. What is the difference between that and refunding $30 for a price change on the exact same item? Ridiculous. I know I sound like an old man, but the next time I need an item north of $100 or so, Amazon will now be my very last option rather than my first. I seriously feel slighted and disrespected as a customer.

    73 people found this helpful

  18. James

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Value for Bluetooth flexibility

    Sony quality for $150, what more needs to be said. Its a pretty standard 4 channel receiver that has plenty of power to drive any speakers. To give context to why this is great for my application, its in my living room connected to my Polk Audio speakers (12in powered sub and 4-full range satellite speakers. My primary reason for the purchase was the Bluetooth features. I have my iPhone paired to stream music. The connectivity was effortless and the range is unending. I don’t lose connection when I’m upstairs, in our loft or upstairs bedroom. The best part is the receiver’s Bluetooth standby. The receiver is completely off and the moment a select “connect” on my IPhone, it turns on and music is playing. You also control the volume from your iPhone. That alone is worth the purchase in my opinion. My wife equally loves the simplicity to connect.

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  19. Lou Saucier

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Old School Receiver meets the 21st Century

    What an awesome electronic component this is! 1 RCA jack for a phonograph, with additional jacks (inputs) for two more components. If you have a component that has the ability to record, an old school cassette deck (or, in my case, a CD player that can record as well as play disks), then input 4 has two RCA jacks – In and Out – that’ll allow you to do just that. Having the ability to rename input one through four is a handy feature (Input 4 now reads CD on the display). The receiver is also enhanced with Bluetooth, and the bonding process is follow-your-nose-easy to do. The playlists on my phone are now blasting through the speakers in my shop … there’s also a jack for you iTunes dweebs, too (no offense) and a headphone jack. There are more bells and whistles built into this, but I can only wax poetic about the functions that are noteworthy to my needs and requirements. Either way, this is an awesome piece of equipment. Sony’s done good.

  20. Edward Luczak

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good receiver with minor flaws but worth it

    I gave up on the combination bookshelf units. They are all horrible in regard to build , sound and features. I finally decided to go the component route. Unfortunately prices here can easily soar into the thousands for each component. I picked this because it is a Sony. Normally good quality and it appeared to have the features I needed. I have only had this a few days so I am still learning how to fine tune or tweak settings. I hooked up a turntable and a CD player to this. Both work seamlessly with the receiver. The stock antenna is a single short wire and offers nearly no clean or strong signal. The second is the Bluetooth. I was hoping to connect to some wireless speakers I have but it seems to only accept a smart device like a phone that has a display to connect. My turntable connect to the speakers with very little effort. The display is simple and clean, so don’t lose the remote. Many features and setup parameters can only be achieved with the remote. But for the money, it is sold, sounds great, plenty of power and looks good. Get past the quirks and you will be very happy.

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  21. nb

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well, easy set up

    I love the Bluetooth functionality! And the remote is very good. I kept hoping my old Panasonic receiver would crater so I could replace it. This Sony is plain jane but does the job well, so my only complaint is the same as reported by others. The speaker wire connectors are pretty wimpy. 16 gauge is the largest wire you will be able to use and it will only take about 1/4 inch of bare wire. Frankly it’s a minor caveat at best. If it lasts even half of the 20 years the Panasonic worked, I will be thrilled! Recommended.

  22. Gerald Smith

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s analog with a lot of power.

    It doesn’t have any optical outputs.

  23. Kara Michelle

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Receiver

    Loud, fair price, easy set up. Great company and products

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  24. Matt K. Chicago

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great receiver

    Had to replace my old 15+plus year old Sony receiver with this model and it works great. Has everything I needed / wanted plus it is blue tooth capable.

  25. Jorge

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Llego en buen estado

    Está bueno pero no sonaba como esperé y lo devolví porque soy un poco quisquilloso con la mucica pero no tengo mala reseña de él

  26. JoJo

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Thanks Scot Heinze for the in-depth review. Here is my additional notes:

    Scot wrote an informative review. I am taking a different approach and I hope for them to build on each other.Background, My first component system was a Dynaco amp & FM tuner (both kits) and about 40 years ago replaced it with a receiver from Radio Shack (STA 2290) – Yes, I can already sense what you are thinking. Rounding out the system was a Sony TD-352D 7″ open reel tape deck, BSR EQ 3000 frequency analyzer, Aiwa AD-F7800 cassette deck, Hitachi DA-500 CD player and a Dual 1219 turntable. (the turntable, reel-to-reel deck and speakers date back to my college days in the early 1970’s).The receiver, after going unused for about 3 decades ran very hot maybe 30 years of being married to a 4 pack a day smoker contributed, plus a household of cats), so I started the project to get the system back up. That search led me to this Sony receiver.Pros:1. The Sony is sleek, minimalist all black unit (versus the brushed aluminum finish on the STA-2290, with all the buttons and AF-FM tuner).2. Bluetooth input.Cons:1. Inputs are pretty generically labeled, so one has to guess at the input levels (I wanted to connect an Amazon Dot, and originally used the AUX input on the front).2. Physical speaker connection is the worst I have seen (I even broke off one “connector” trying to get a better bite on the wire. Adding screw terminals and/or some plug would have been better.3. While on the topic of speakers, I had added some powered JBL 305P Mkii speakers, but I found no place to connect them.4. No provision for wireless speakers (bluetooth or otherwise). Thru the help of others, I see that there is an “output” clustered under the label for “input 4”. Old school may have labeled it “line out” and put it by the speaker connections.5. Switched power. There are a lot of devices that one might want power added to, once the unit was “turned on” yes, with a remote, the power to this is always on, but activating an “switched” power outlet makes it easier (and more energy friendly) to shut everything else off at once.6. No digital media port USB-A at a minimum) for a thumb drive with MP3 files on it or a memory card.

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  27. Horse Farmer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy Set-up

    Stable Bluetooth connection. Ample power for my speaker system ) subwoofer and satellite speakers)

  28. RGM

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Very Powerful

    Wanted to replace an older big Sony STR-DE825 which got fried by a freak power surge in the neighborhood.I have (4) 12″ 3-Way floor speakers and mostly listen to classic rock. Loud.Ordered this receiver on Friday afternoon and it was delivered at 0513 Saturday morning. Amazon must have sensed my rock withdrawals. Great service!Connected this unit to my system and tossed on Cheap Trick at Budokan.Normally my wife’s nic-nacs move around on the coffee table during the Bun E. Carlos drum intro to Ain’t That A Shame with Tom Petersson on bass. Rick Nielsen’s guitar riffs are right in my face and my hair is blowing, and 15000 screaming Japanese kids make me feel I’m on the concert floor with them and not standing in my living room with an air guitar.Alas, not this time. Volume maxed out at 74 out of 74?? Could still have had a conversation with it running wide open,.. if I talked to people..2 speakers or 4 speakers didn’t matter.I didn’t bother to finish the install and program it. I boxed it up and returned it within hours of unpacking it. Nothing wrong with this receiver. It’s just not for me.

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  29. Johnny Rust

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very inexpensive for my needs. Great quality.

    I bought the Sony for my remote office. Great Sony product. Easy set up and the Bluetooth feature works great!

  30. deareal

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    One in a million

    I have had an older stereo in my workshop and haven’t been able to use it in months. My old reciever went out and I had not been able to find one that works. Have searched online and actually purchased 2 products previously that failed to work as needed. Now music is in the air again and I couldn’t be happier!

  31. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It works

    i’m no audiophile, but the sound is good for me, easy bluetooth hookup to the linux computer I use it with, now I have all my audio channeled through it both for inside and outside the house. Very happy with it. Only had it around 6 months so I can’t speak to longevity but if it goes foul I’ll amend this.

  32. Lds1911

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    First rate features

    Banging stereo for my bedroom. Ripped out old wired up system years ago. New Bluetooth hook ups is the way to go. My music just plays like on the big living room 5.1 surround system I can stream any music thru it effortlessly. It’s like magic. Hooked up thirty year old bookshelf Boston acoustic speakers and paired the Sony to YouTube music and it was blasting away. Great technology. Very easy. Sound is very good for the price and use.

  33. Dennis

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Some differences in the back panel.

    When I took this item out of the box and looked at the back panel i missed seeing the connectors for CD,DVD Tape. But there was a plug in for a phonograph/turn table. Easily identifiable. However, not to be outdone by a rookie 2-channel and just because I am a little old doesn’t mean you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.I plug my moms CD player in input 3 and the dual cassette deck into input 4 output and input in slots. Processing the speaker wire, no problem.Turned the receiver on, oh by the way, has a cheap FM antenna plug in. Turn the selector know to input 3, and the cd played. Turned the selector knob to input 4, the cd played and the FM Turner and eventually found a FM station.Ok, when you turn the set off and you were playing the CD player as I have it plugged in to Input 3 on the back panel, when you turn the receiver back on, it will show input 3 on the display. The setting.Learning to preset turner and nothing about bluetooth or any other special connections. My mother 89, years old doesn’t need any special connections or fancy stuff.

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  34. Solitude

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    When connected to a decent turntable and speakers this receiver rocks!

    I paired this receiver with the Sony SSCS5 3-Way 3-Driver Bookshelf Speakers and the Sony SACS9 10-Inch Active Subwoofer and the sound is amazing. I have been experimenting with different connections like 3.5mm to stereo audio RCA cable from the computer to the receiver input. After ripping a song in .wav from a CD, I played back this lossless file through this receiver and I think it is the best quality you can get. I also have a turntable connected through an original phono input on the receiver and I honestly think the sound quality is better than the lossless .wav file. I have good ears, and I am always in search of the best sounding music available. You can spend thousands of dollars on a quality setup but in my price range, this receiver and speakers are great. I would definitely buy this again and would recommend to a friend.

  35. D Decker

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just what I needed

    I recently realized how much I missed my old-school component stereo system. I had a great setup back then and wish I still had it. I needed an amp to connect with my recent multi-CD player purchase, and this Sony was perfect. It is easy to use and set-up, tunes in the FM stations clearly, and sounds great. I am looking forward to many years of enjoyment with it. I have not tried using the Bluetooth feature. I have always had good results with Sony products, and I’m sure this one will not disappoint.

  36. Scot Heinze

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    This is THE review you need to read about this receiver.

    I did a lot of research and read a LOT of reviews on this receiver before ordering it. I didn’t realize at first that there is no AM tuner on it. Not a huge deal but some people might want that for listening to games or talk shows. To answer a few questions that some people have asked. It does have a balance control but you have to go to the menu to access it which isn’t a big deal because most people don’t adjust that daily. The antenna connection and wire are very cheap but works just fine. As many have mentioned, the speaker terminals are cheap and will only accept up to 18 gauge wire easily without modifying the wire. If your speakers are within 10-15 feet on each side of the receiver that is really all you need anyway. If you already have 16 gauge just cut off a few strands of wire and it will still fit. If you have 14 gauge or bigger wire, you probably don’t want this receiver anyway! The Bluetooth connected and worked just fine. No complaints there. FM radio worked fine. Didn’t program any stations though. Didn’t hook up a turntable so I can’t comment on the phono section. The volume knob is a little stiff but I didn’t think that was an issue. I would mainly be using the remote anyway. Bought this to put in my shop to have Bluetooth capability. The power output is not 100 watts per channel. It is rated at 100 WPC at 1 kHz. If you are listening to music you need to know what the RMS power is because you are not listening to anything at just 1 Khz! The RMS continuous power between 20 and 20,000 Khz is 90 watts per channel which is still plenty for most people but I don’t believe you are even getting that. The biggest problem with most cheaper receivers is you have to use 8 ohm speakers with them. This one will allow you to use 1 set of 6 ohm speakers. If you want to run 4 of them at the same time then they have to be 12 ohm speakers. The similar Yamaha model is only 8 or 16 ohm speakers if you run 4. I have been an audiophile of sorts for nearly 40 years and I have NEVER seen a 12 or 16 ohm home speaker! Now this is if you plan to turn the volume up quite a bit. If you are listening at low volume you can probably get by with running 4 – 8 ohm speakers with this or any other cheap receiver. So the one set of cheaper Seismic Audio 12″ 2-way p.a. speakers I was going to use with this is 8 ohms so that wasn’t an issue. When I hooked it up I couldn’t believe how bad the sound was. As many have mentioned there isn’t a lot of low end output from this thing. The bass control allows you to boost it up to 10 decibels which is more than you can do with some receivers. This does help but you shouldn’t have to boost it 7 or 8 decibels for most rock music. So to make sure it wasn’t the receiver I connected my older Sherwood receiver to the speakers and the sound did improve. The speakers are not as good as I had thought they were. So one more test, I connected the Sony receiver to my trusty Cerwin Vega speakers that I have had for about 30 years and the sound was still thin. I can’t really explain it because none of my other receivers have sounded like this. And I have used a LOT of receivers and amplifiers over the years. It’s not a completely horrible sounding receiver but it isn’t that good either. If this is your first receiver and you have nothing to compare it to or you are using it for back ground music either with FM radio or streaming music it will probably be fine for you. If this is your main receiver and you plan to listen closely and at louder volumes I think you will be disappointed. Especially if you plan to play CDs or higher quality MP3s or lossless digital music.So in conclusion, I would give this receiver a 4 for features and functionality with the biggest issue being the speaker terminals, which again isn’t a big deal if you use 18 or even 16 gauge wire. I give it a 2 for sound quality and just having a wimpy amplifier. I think Sony could have done a lot better with this. Especially since it is now a $198 receiver. I paid $148 and it isn’t worth that to me so it is going back after 1 day. Keep in mind that you probably won’t find a better amplifier without spending $300 or more. I am just going to stick with my old Sherwood that has been cranking out loud music on my 4 ohm EPI speakers that I bought in 1986 and going to give one of those Esinkin bluetooth audio adapters a try.

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  37. AJP

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Sounding Receiver

    This was a Black Friday special and a great deal for that price. It’s also a good deal at it’s normal price. Bluetooth works well, no problems with linking or losing a connection when playing videos or music. Bluetooth fidelity is very good as well. I’m not a big fan of the numerical input selector setup but it’s understandable given the variety of devices that could be run through this receiver. Also inconvenient is the proprietary plug in for the FM antenna. If you want to use an amplified or other high gain antenna it will take some work.

  38. Jana

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent receiver at a decent price

    Very nice sound across the frequencies, although some folks might find this receiver lacking some extra bass. But as a stereo 2-channel receiver it is decent if not a great sounding considering so called audiophile quality receivers. I paired it with Infinity p162s and they sound great, not too heavy. For this setup I do not recommend a subwoofer. Overall a very decent package. Amazon sells many ‘Used like New’ units at almost half the price- so that’s a huge deal!

  39. Daniel G.Daniel G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Muy buen amplificador.

    Recomendado. Tiene muy buena potencia. Lo utilizo con unos SONY SS-d205 y dos bafles armados con bajos de 20’, 5 Twitter y 3 cornetas. Suena de maravilla.Único problema con el retorno del tornamesa pero supongo que es mi torna en particular (me falta el cable de retorno).Limitante que no tenga ecualizador.

  40. salmaur

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Needed Something for Patio Speakers….

    My Situation: I had a (good) 35 year old Sony receiver running my outdoor patio speakers – decent outdoor speakers installed with the house when it was built about 10 years ago.My annoyance was connecting an iPhone or iPad to the old stereo which I did with lightning to 3.5 mm wired connection. This of course meant someone’s phone or an iPad had to be sitting inside by the stereo – which was a pain, especially when batteries were running low. The old stereo also had lots of buttons and plenty of confusion when anybody but me was using it. It was a pain and generally a sorry setup.My first thought was to just replace my outdoor speakers with wireless, Bluetooth speakers. First, there is VERY little choice here and I settled on the Pyle 5.25 Inch outdoor speakers. Speaker replacement was going to take a little more work getting power run but I figured the Bluetooth functionality would be worth it. Got the speakers, tested them before installing and the sound quality pretty much sucked, even compared to my existing speakers that had been outside for 10 years. Bluetooth wasn’t great either. Returned.Next, I had the bright idea to just get a Bluetooth amp. This would allow me to replace the stereo mess in my cabinet with a very compact amp and I could just connect my existing speaker wires into and then connect an iPhone or iPad via Bluetooth. Again, very few options available. After reading (too many) reviews and (too much) searching, I settled on the Fosi Audio BT20A. I REALLY wanted this to work because the idea of replacing all my old stereo equipment with one tiny device was very appealing. Despite upgrading to 100 watts (I think the old Sony was 65), the sound quality was again a noticeable downgrade. PLUS, the Bluetooth connection was ridiculous. I could barely get outside with my phone before the sound started crackling. Returned.After another round of (too many) reviews and research, I decided to just replace with entire old Sony receiver (and equalizer) with the Sony STRDH190. I didn’t want another big, clunky receiver, I was a little annoyed that Sony doesn’t have a good app to run the receiver, and I didn’t like that I couldn’t turn the receiver on/off remotely from my phone. However, the STRDH190 works great. The sound is much stronger than I was getting before and the Bluetooth works GREAT – super easy to connect and I can walk around out by the pool and the connection stays strong. And that’s what I wanted – good sound and good Bluetooth. The unit looks nice, although that doesn’t matter so much because it’s still sitting in a closed cabinet. Overall, the solution isn’t perfect but Sony is quality stuff and I’m happy with the 2 big issues I needed covered – good sound and good Bluetooth connectivity.

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  41. pops 1

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    quality receiver for price

    good receiver for the price

  42. Hal Barrett

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Reciever

    Works very well with my phonograph produces good sound

  43. JC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sounds Great with speakers!!!

    We were looking for a receiver for our 4 outdoor speakers. This unit was a perfect match for the speakers. It is simple and easy to use, Bluetooth works great, the sound is what you would expect for this type of receiver. it does run a bit hot has I am using it for 4 speakers so far no issued at all. I was able to get all the FM station in my area. The family is now happy to have music in the back yard and now they fight over who controls the Bluetooth not my fight LOL. This will also work as a stereo receiver for a small location I do have and Mini home theater and other Audio equipment.

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  44. ted mccreless

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pleased with purchase

    This Sony Stereo Receiver does the job for me. Easy set up and good clean sound. I’ve been putting off making this purchase for awhile, but I’m glad I finally did.

  45. nodrog

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great quality

    Excellent quality, easy to set up, love the remote control.

  46. ray chui

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    good stereq

    works as intended

  47. AKAdonBrewer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Satisfied with products

    I had one like it but about 20 to 30 years old and it lasted through all kind of environment and conditions in my music room. I still have it because it just quit working one day. Anyway I’ve had to replace the one I bought from you twice. The first time I don’t know what happened the second time I’m not sure. But in the past year I’ve had to really be careful with dust and install new service protectors and a dehumidifier and maintaining temperature around 75 to 78° f. My dehumidifier came unplugged inadvertently the other day and the next day I noticed the safe mode was on. But I turned the dehumidifier back on and waited a couple of hours and plug the unit back in and it works fine. I do unplug my electronics in the music room if I’m not in there or if a thunderstorm comes up. So anyway my phone is you have to be much more careful with the newer electronic equipment receivers Etc they seem to be much more sensitive to the environment. Overall it’s great beside a good sound. I love the way it maximizes the volume because I use headphones while recording music my music. Sometimes I don’t realize the volume is so loud. The headphones are a good tool but the stereo receiver has that great safety device and built in to keep the volume under certain decibel

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  48. Chad Young

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Lots of nice features for a smaller price

    I purchased this receiver to be used as an amplifier for a computer and TV in a bedroom. I was attracted to the price of less than $200 dollars because while I wanted to upgrade the sound from my computer and TV, I wasn’t looking to build a full surround system in the bedroom.This receiver had all of the features I wanted and more for the price I was looking at paying.The Basics -200 watt peak amplifier with the ability to run A, B, or A and B speaker channelsYou can push either two channels at 100 watts peak or 4 channels at 50 watts peak6 Different audio inputsAM/FM Stereo receptionSource out via RCA to another amplifier1/4 inch headphone jackRemote control includedPros -The receiver features 4 audio inputs, a dedicated phono input, bluetooth, FM and AM tuner, and an auxiliary cord input. That’s a lot of devices that can be plugged into this receiver.The ability to setup A/B speakers and an external source.Ability to change the input display nameCons-Anything besides basic setup must be performed using the remote. This includes tone, changing input display names, setting speaker impedance, etc. Basically do not lose the remoteSpring clips for attaching speakers. I had some 12 ga wire left over from my surround sound setup in the home theater it was just a little too much for the spring clips. Ended up having to purchase a roll of 16gaTone settings are just bass and treble. Would’ve been nice to have the ability to level out the mids a littleFor less than $200 there is a lot to like about this receiver. I can even overlook most of the items on my Cons list based on the price point.Once I realized that there was an RCA source output I even started thinking that I may buy another of these this summer for my garage to power my outdoor speakers, while connecting an older amp that I have via that source output and installing an outdoor sub to the deck area. Having the additional B channel would mean I could install speakers in the garage for when I am out there working on projects.

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  49. Rick hill

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    cant beat sony

    sounds great good bluetooth connectivity hooked up to 2 dayton tower speakers very happy

  50. Victor

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I am good

    I am very happy

  51. Bruce KretlowBruce Kretlow

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sony Amp

    It works like it should because it’s a Sony. I’ve never had any problems with this brand.

  52. Anouk

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product.

    I’m very satisfied. Came as described, easy setup and songs great to my satisfaction. Will add tge other speakers as I expand t he system. Good buy

  53. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect!

    We needed a receiver for our stereo system and this has everything. Connected easily to our Sony turntable, great sound output. Connected easily to our analog speakers and blueray/CD player. Connected easily to our cell phones through bluetooth as well. The buttons are tiny and the font is hard to read but you don’t really need to use them if you stick with the remote control that was included. Very, very happy with this purchase so far.

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  54. Lornos

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Can connect a portable boombox , turntable and four speakers

    No connections for equalizer for perfect for laying records or even as a soundbar

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  55. KENRI

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice little unit

    The Bluetooth is excellent

  56. the gregory

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    outstanding

    great receiver for the price and it is a Sony

  57. plokent

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazon Warehouse buyer beware.

    I received this in the mail in the original box, half the packing materials were missing, no remote or batteries. eBay to the rescue, a week later and a used OEM remote and fresh batteries in hand and I have a perfectly functioning Sony stereo receiver!!!

  58. Tristan H.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Budget Stereo Receiver!

    Sound Quality: Awesome. Esthetically: Modern. Receiver arrived intact, and included the remote, along with batteries for the remote. I paired this receiver with a Monoprice Premium Select 8-inch powered subwoofer, and a pair of Polk TSi300 tower speakers. The towers are connected through the “A” terminal, while the subwoofer is connected through the “B” terminal. The receiver has the option of using the “A”, or “B” terminals independently, or both A & B terminals at the same time. This gives me the option of listening to my tower speakers independent of the subwoofer, adding the subwoofer when necessary. This unit gets pretty loud, and I have only ventured halfway on the volume dial. Overall, I’m happy with this purchase. FINGERS CROSSED!

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  59. Kurt G.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect

    A great audio receiver with high 2 channel wattage, great sound, and reasonable price. Easy to operate. Only bad thing is the phono pre amp was defective. It played plenty loud enough through other audio input so I did not return it.

  60. RDE in TX

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just the features I needed

    My Technics receiver failed after 28 years. I needed a replacement to drive my central house-wide stereo speakers. This Sony has all the features I needed—FM, four inputs, Phono, Bluetooth, and a remote. This model doesn’t have AM, but I infrequently use it.

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