Denon AVR-S710W 7.2 Channel Full 4K Ultra HD A/V Receiver with Bluetooth and WIFI

7.2 Network AV Receiver with Bluetooth and built-in Wi-Fi. 6 x HDMI inputs and single output. Dolby Atmos and dots UHD capability. 4K full-rate pass-through, 4:4:4 pure color and HDCP2.2 support. Audyssey MultEQ setup room calibration. Front panel USB input. Internet radio and access to music streaming services. Air Play. iOS connection sharing. ECOSale Price:$479.00Read ...

VIZIO SB3820-C6 38-Inch 2.0 Channel Sound Bar (2015 Model)

VIZIO's 38" 2.0 Sound Bar with Integrated Deep Bass offers amazing audio with a sophisticated new design, a great fit for 42"+ class TVs. The combination of stereo full-range drivers, deep bass modules, and integrated Dolby and DTS audio technologies delivers a room-filling audio experience with added bass-without the need for an extra subwoofer. The ...

Yamaha RX-A840BL 7.2-Channel Wi-Fi Network AVENTAGE Home Theater Receiver

7.2-channel Wi-Fi built in AVENTAGE network AV receiver focused on superior audio and video quality and featuring the latest HDMI version with 4K Ultra HD 50/60p support. AirPlay, YPAO Volume, CINEMA DSP 3D, and Anti-Resonance Technology Wedge included. A unique approach to enhanced performance is seen through some of the smallest of details. Look closely ...

Sony STRDN1060 7.2 Channel Hi-Res Wifi Network AV Receiver (Black)

Enjoy superior sound while easily steaming music with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & Air Play. With 7.2 channels & 165 watts of power, driven by the largest capacitors and transformer in its class, its legendary Sony sound that really connects. Featuring 4K resolution pass-through and upscaling, high-res audio compatibility, 10 HD inputs and support for 2 ...

Onkyo TX-NR838 7.2-Ch Network A/V Receiver w/ HDMI 2.0

Onkyo TX-NR838: Spellbinding entertainment with Dolby AtmosView larger Onkyo sound is 'Emotion. Delivered.' now with Dolby Atmos. Drivers don’t judge sports cars on top speed alone. Acceleration, cornering, and braking are equally important. It’s the same with A/V receivers- wattage is an indication of loudness, not sound quality. The real test is current. ...