Questions & Answers
- Answer It's located above the review stars. Please reference the attached photo.
- Answer Yes. Bottom left in the back.
QuestionHow many Watts is this unit??
- Answer Rated Output Power (1kHz, 1ch driven) 115 W (8 ohms, 0.9% THD) Rated Output Power (20Hz-20kHz, 2ch driven) 80 W (8 ohms, 0.09% THD) Maximum Effective Output Power (1kHz, 1ch driven) (JEITA) 145 W (6 ohms, 10% THD) Dynamic Power / Ch (Front L/R, 8/6/4/2 ohms) 120 / 140 / 170 / 190 W
- Answer This unit has a built-in ALexa.
QuestionIf this receiver has no hdmi connections as specks say why does picture show hdmi inputs.can dialog be raised so its easier to hear
- Answer this receiver does have HDMI outputs. You will need it to officially set up the receiver at the beginning. You have to connect HDMI to TV to go through the set up. After that you can disconnect HDMI if you are just using it for audio.
QuestionWhat is bluethooth campatible mean. There seems to be so many typs of bluethooth ,enabled compatatible..what is just plain bluethooth that allows best sound that can used o n cd player, tv , dvd . player
- Answer Using Bluetooth I can transmit a song from my cell phone to the receiver so I can hear it thru the speakers connected to the receiver. I can also transmit a song to my JBL link 500 by way of bluetooth. My phone has a sd card in it, and I can transmit to the receiver from the music stored on the card in my phone. P.S. The yahama receiver you mentioned is very nice. I enjoy using it all the time. Very Nice, exceptionally good sounding, lots of useable features.
QuestionIs it possible to run a coaxial antenna through the system. We have a digital antenna for local TV that we would like to run through the system
- Answer Hook the attena up to the TV, then use a digital cable from the TV to the receiver. My older Panasonic has fiber optical outputs on it to connect to the receiver for the sound, works nice.