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  • Specifications
    Watts Per Channel RMS
    145 watts
    Number Of Audio Zones
    Number of Audio Zone Source Outputs
    Video Pass-through
    2160 (4K), HDR
    Maximum Video Resolution
    2160p (4K)
    Bluetooth Enabled

Sony - STRDH590 - 725W 5.2-Ch. Hi-Res 4K Ultra HD HDR A/V Home Theater Receiver - Black

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 3574 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The Mother of Very Groovy Sound!

    Purchased the 590 5 years ago in early 2018 (After it was released in late 2017)... Plugged it in and enjoyed it without any complaints... A few months ago in October (Now December of 2023) I thought that I would look for a 5.1 Receiver with bells and whistles Atmos. Not wanting any more speakers I found the brand new off the press Onkyo 5.2 receiver with Atmos for a 5.2 system like mine. I put my 590 in the Onkyo box (was going to put it in the guest house or storage), Plugged in the Onkyo with ATMOS and the sound was... Horribly tinny and thin. I played with the settings and the manual for 2 days on the 2023 Onkyo without the least success for improved sound on the Onkyo. I realized I had been spoiled by the 590 for the last 5 years! When I realized that, I took the 590 out of the box, disconnected the NEW Onkyo, returned it, and reinstalled the 5 year old 590 after reinitializing it. Went through the initial set up on the 590 in 5 minutes, and started listening to it's AWESOME, RICH Sound processed from Apple TV streamed movies and music. (Connect The Apple TV to the TV and let the ARC bring the movie and music sound tract to the 590 for processing and delivering to the speakers... Gives better video than passing through the 590). Only when SONY upgrades the 590 will I even try to replace this dulcet Mother of Very Groovy Sound 590!

    Posted by GregoryB

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Good quality product for less

    Sony has always done well in electronics . No different in this case . Good connectivity , delivering good quality sound and bass with total750w each channel with an out put of 145 w. No issues with blue tooth connection like i had with Denon . I returned denon in store , and bought this with a better offer from best buy Totally happy with it . Sony is always a reliable and trusted companyin electronics like toyota in auto -but still I dont know why media promoting Denon I would recommend sony.

    Posted by SatheeshM

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Sleek and simple

    This is a really nice receiver for the price. On my last theater receiver I had to manually power off the unit after use. This unit, if you used HDMI cables from all your input components (highly recommend) and to the tv. It will automatically turn the receiver On/Off with the TV. The audio menu is a little clunky to get through but easier through the remote control. The sound quality is really good. I use it to boost the sound of my TV in a large room, but it does so much more. A single button on the remote switches different inputs including Bluetooth sync to your tablet or phone. Still much to learn but happy with it so far.

    Posted by TrentB