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Denon AVR-3311, Sony STR-DA5500ES receiver, Pioneer VSX-LX52 home theatre receiver, Harman Kardon... See newest reviews

Denon AVR-3311

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Almost a year after the introduction of Apple’s AirPlay technology – which is an easy way to stream audio, video and photos from a Mac or iOS device over a local network – we’re finally being able to buy non-Apple products which support it.
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Sony STR-DA5500ES receiver

Good Gear Guide
  • Summary: If you've got a large shared music library or love Internet radio, Sony's STR-DA5500ES is an excellent choice for an A/V receiver. It will perform its best when paired with a high quality 7.1 set of home theatre speakers, a good television and a range of digital video devices.
  • Pros: Internet radio integration, plenty of HDMI inputs and outputs
  • Cons: Media sharing only works with a small range of formats (and no HD streaming), very expensive
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Pioneer VSX-LX52 home theatre receiver

Good Gear Guide
  • Summary: Pioneer's VSX-LX52 is a very well kitted out home theatre receiver. It's very well made from high quality components and offers a very versatile choice of setup options for a huge range of speaker configurations.
  • Pros: High quality design and construction, precise adjustment options, iPod/iPhone compatibility, great SD video upscaling
  • Cons: Expensive, more powerful options available for a similar price
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Harman Kardon HK 3490

Good Gear Guide
  • Summary: If you need a powerful stereo audio receiver, then look no further than the HK 3490. Teamed up with some capable floor-standing speakers it’s able to reproduce high-quality audio with no flaws whatsoever.
  • Pros: Powerful, clean amplification, great looks
  • Cons: No universal remote
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