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Sony STRDH520 7.1 Channel 3D AV Receiver (Black)

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Cinematic Sound Get blown away by the sounds of your favorite movies and hear them the way they were meant to be heard. As you know audio Return Channel, a built-in feature of the Sony STR-DH520 7. 1 Channel A/V Receiver, ensures that you enjoy surround sound even when you watch television delivered straight to your connected HDTV. Four HDMI inputs with 3D pass-through allow you to connect a 3D Blu-ray Disc player, PS3 system, cable box or other device to enjoy 3D movies, video games and TV shows as you probably think. This feature allows audio to be sent from your compatible TV to your receiver through the same HDMI cable already being used to send audio and video to your TV. Additional shipping charges will not apply. Product Dimensions: 21 x 14.3 x 9.4 inches ; 20.4 pounds. Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. Shipping Weight: 21 pounds (View shipping rates and policies).



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Allison: Now the audio is fantastic and extremely effective (100w per channel) with a awesome amount handle which I like because it is a very constant one. Wonderful item for the cash and this can be very important for us. Many options for surround sound etc. I luv this receiver, it has every feature available except one, no S-Air slot for wireless speaker capability. I am finally able to take advantage of my Sony bravia Hdtv, Sony 3d HD receiver and Sony blu ray, i have always wanted to hear dts-hd and dolby truehd audio formats, the receiver will decode ANY audio format available, I also like that you can change up the speakerpattern from7.1, 7.0, 6.1, 6.0, 5.1, 5.0, 4.1, 4.0, 3.1, 3.0 and 2.1 and 2.0. Awesome, very fast to switch between one another. I am very happy with this receiver and had no problems with set up.We were really impressed and as I am on it has been on most times over last 6 several weeks enjoying either radio,tv,freeview/freesat/Sky,vhs,( yes we still use vhs ) or dvd. For the price and the features, this thing seemed like almost too good to be true.

Lakisha: I have this DH-520 and a Sony S-480 blu-ray player. First, is by switching a little handle in the top part and each operate will display on the display, whereas the old moving or force option was much better to position when seeking immediately one or other operate on. We always said that if you pay attention to more songs than DVD’s give this a go, for the cash you can’t go incorrect. It may lack some of the higher end bells and whistles (S-AIR, AirPlay, etc) but for a solid 7.1 system for a living room, it’s awesome.It is a big, extremely effective device and probably appropriate for someone with a huge position to be a musician in or to connect in their home theatre encompass program. I went ahead and upgraded to a Sony BX37 Blue Ray player as well. Whenplaying a dvd with the 1080p dvd player using dts-es with the 6.1 receiver, sounds the same maybe even better than dts-hd blu ray 5.1 or dolby truehd 5.1, at least dts-es is 6.1 and extremely loud since i have a 15 powered sub and all my speakers(front l/r, center, surround l/r, surround back, surround back l/r, and front height l/r are all used with nice 3-way speakers on every channel, except floor-standing 4-ways for the front l/r)Definetely recommended as it has the capablity to do everything you need and is available all the way up to 7.1 dts-HD Master Audio and 3D with 4 HDMI inputs and extra component and digital audio inputs/outputs coax and optical.:). I have used many amplifiers since the 60s and have had two encompass techniques in the last 10 decades. Excellent strong stereo program audio just like it used to be in the best old times, this has everything that you could want such as public of energy and an excellent device to start.

Latonya: In magazines you will find that I was grateful to come returning to the primary sterio audio. All in all, it’s an excellent product for an excellent price here on Amazon. It has results for two places of speakers and you can have one or the other couple enjoying or both at the same time. A good idea is the audio is very obvious if you keep the bass sounds alone. A really good idea is suggested RAY. The receiver seems to be very durable and strong and I feel that we can rely on it for several years to come. It drives a set of Sony 7.1 speakers very well and offers very clear, dynamic sound. From my research the amp allows you to management 2 places of speakers and has develop manages too.

Laurie: It was easy to find this receiver. As everybody can say I desired to keep run 2nd couple of speakers in the cooking position and soon found that what used to be a typical ability is now unusual. I had a box of old optical, analog and component video connectors left. From our research have cast off my encompass device and have gone returning to analog, and oh boy what a change. This may not be the best choice if you have a huge living room, but I barely tap its power before it gets more than loud enough for my condo. I bought this receiver after the great reviews. Thanks to bravia sync, my 40 HDTV, my HD 3D receiver and my blu-ray player can all be controlled with one remote, any remote from the 3 units.Also this receiver has a nice selection of sound fields available, from HD-D.C.S, to PL, PLII, PLIIx, PLIIz, and neo:6 BUT.I dont notice much difference wit this and my old setup: a 1080p upscaling dvd player and a 6.1 sony reeiver. Obtained this these days {4th May 2012} and I must say that this is probably the best value amp in the marketplace , as someone can say.

Allison: So far, I am pleased with my receiver. Fortunately, it’s a solid product. It does sound painful but this amp is very fit for objective. Is not a secret that my listening to is unhealthy now but I have few problems while enjoying this Panasonic Tuner/amp.I especially like the fact that the TV still gets picture and sound even with the receiver in Standby, and that the receiver and blu ray player can be operated from the same remote. So I am just scratching the surface. Very nice value for the money:) I was originally looking at Pioneer and Denon before this Sony caught my eye. There are some elements it should have had this day and age: DAB device, somewhere to connect an mp3 gamer in the top part and, if you also have a Panasonic CD gamer like I do, why doesn’t the distant modify the paths on the CD gamer - then I wouldn’t have to have two distant manages as you probably know.I went from cord all over the place to 3 HDMI cords: (FIOS to TIVO), TIVO to receiver, Receiver to TV, Blue Ray player to receiver. On the gloomy, it has several information for the various areas of a high-fi to be connected in at the returning and the way to modify from CD gamer to Cassette gamer or Stations, etc and this is very important.My system is fairly simple but it replaced a Pioneer receiver with no HDMI inputs, so it is nice to be up with the times.

Carrie: I gave this 4 stars of 5 based on the price of the receiver compared to the qual.

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stuffhipstershate:

GUEST POST: Decorating for the Holidays

Christmas is a ridiculous time where the big, cheesy, goofy kid in all of us comes out.  We’re normal people for the majority of the year, but when December rolls around, we all turn into that lady from QVC’s Quacker Factory. 

Christmas lights!  Tree-shaped sugar cookies!  Santa!  Hot Chocolate!  Rudolph!  We’re excited for it ALL. 

But those goddamned hipsters just can’t get on board.  I get it: it’s hard for them to express any sort of holiday cheer when they’re trying to appear sullen and joyless all of the time.  While people across the globe are joining hands and singing “Joy to the World,” all they want to do is sit in front of their computer and take unsmiling sepia-toned photos of themselves. 

It all seems pretty ridiculous—the idea that they can’t embrace the time of year when even the biggest assholes try to act sort of nice.  But, let’s be fair: we’re looking at it from one side.  Maybe there’s a point to all of this eye-rolling about Christmas that they’re doing.  And so, I give you an internal monologue of a Hipster who refuses to decorate for the holidays:

Yes, I see you people.  You and your rosy cheeks and scarves, carting home pointsettas and Christmas lights and bags of fake snow.  Let me tell you this: I’m not giving in to your commercialism.  I am not decorating for Christmas.

I’m well aware that my decision to not decorate for Christmas turns me into a caricature of the Grinch.  Someone who can’t embrace things such as cookie baking, tree decorating, or wasting an entire Saturday afternoon assembling a snowman in my front yard.

I’m not trying to be an asshole, I have several reasons why I won’t decorate for Christmas:

1. I know you think that my tall, skinny frame and my weird, gangly arms would make me the best possible candidate for stringing Christmas lights, but I assure you that I can’t stand up for more than 10 minutes at a time.  Why?  Because all I ate today was a spoonful of hummus and 45 cups of black coffee. 

2. While I can appreciate the irony of an “Ugly Holiday Sweater” party, you will never see me goofing around in a Santa hat.  Santa Claus was created to instill greed in children as soon as they’re old enough to start articulating a wish list.  I know this because I Wikipedia’d the history of “Saint Nicolas” on my iPad that my parents bought for me last Christmas. 

3. People with big Christmas displays make me sad.  I mean, why are you trying so hard?  WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO PROVE?  There’s nothing more pathetic than trying at life.  I’d rather sit here with my mulled cider and look out the window wistfully.  I am so mad.  SO MAD AT THE SNOW.

4. I’m going home to my parents’ mansion in Connecticut and they decorate it really beautifully.  I can’t wait to see it!  Uh, I mean: I’M NOT GOING HOME.  I’M AN ORPHAN.  MY NAME IS OLIVER.  OLIVER TWIZT.  Hey, that would be a great DJ name. I don’t even care anymore. Whatever, bye.

Amanda Waas is a regular contributor to F’d in Park Slope.  She is also the creator of the douchey gift blog You’re Welcome.  Follow her on Twitter for more vaguely amusing commentary.

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mashable:

This gem, plus 13 more Nigel Thornberry GIFs of Disney princesses and other characters.

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-Tammy

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REAL RIDERS DON’T GIVE TWO SHITS ABOUT A BIT OF SURFACE WATER. EAT MY SPRAY, FUCKTARDS.

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cartophile:

Sort of TomTom, early tripmaster: rolling key map. The map passes the screen in a tempo that depends on the speed of the car. [1932]”

Fascinating.

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