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Sony STRDH550 5.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver


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  • 5.2 Ch, 725W A/V Receiver (145 W x 7 at 6 ohms).Input and output terminals HDMI Video In/Out (4/1);Composite Video Input (2);Composite Monitor Out (1);Opt Audio Input (2);Coax. Audio Input (1);Analogue Audio Input (4);Headphone Output;USB (1 Front:iPhone/WM);MHL (1 Rear)
  • Enhanced use via On Screen Display and streamlined remote. Immersive, ambient audio with HD Digital Cinema Sound
  • Supports high-res file playback via USB
  • Flexible HDMI connectivity with 4 inputs and 1 output
  • Supports 4K pass-through,HDMI Audio Return Channel for playback of TV audio5

Specification: Sony STRDH550 5.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver

Product Dimensions 19.5 x 15.69 x 9.25 inches
Item Weight 19.25 pounds
Manufacturer Sony
Item model number STRDH550
Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
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Best Sellers Rank 47,741 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) 22 in Audio/Video Receivers Amplifiers
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available March 18, 2014

10 reviews for Sony STRDH550 5.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver

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  1. Cliente de Amazon

    Tengo poco mas de medio año con este receptor, originalmente le conecte dos bocinas de mi anterior equipo de sonido Sony MHC DX30 por medio de cables analógicos al reproducir música y películas la mejora se noto muy poco, pero al día siguiente conecte por medio del puerto óptico y la mejora fue increíble los agudos ya no se distorsionaban, una vez comprobada su calidad y potencia conecte un juego de bocinas Yamaha NS-P51 y un Subwoofer dinámico de la misma marca modelo YST-SW015 (Un modelo ya un poco antiguo pero de muy buena calidad). El resultado es espectacular, realice pruebas con la película del Hobbit la desolación de Smaug y de forma particular la voz de dragón alcanzo una profundidad increíble y en ningún momento las bocinas emitieron alguna deformación, mismo resultado con el Juego de Ender cuyos bajos eh comprobado no lo soportan varios aparatos de sonido.

    Respecto a la música recomiendo utilizar la opción A.F.D Auto, la cual utilizara dos bocinas y el Subwoofer disminuyendo el consumo de energía y la disminución de potencia se reduce muy poco.

    El amplificador tiene una buena potencia sin llegar a ser demoledora pero con una excelente calidad, considero es ideal para espacios pequeños y medianos

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  2. Fuzz

    Good power. Good sound. It makes my 4Ω home brewed speakers sing. The USB/mp3 player is nice, the shuffle function can be set for folder or all. Except I cannot find any way to change folders making that moot.
    Be aware that you will have to connect it to a TV screen to perform many setup functions, like setting speaker levels or tuning in ANY radio stations. There are virtually NO instructions in the included manual. Also be informed that it draws over 20 watts while turned off (Sony calls it standby) With TV, sub and cable box it totaled 62 watts 24/7. I have the entire system on a remote controlled outlet. Startup time is about a minute now. Still faster than the old tube days.

    UPDATE 9-17
    The wife complained of recent poor TV sound. After extensive troubleshooting I found out (unbelievably) that one of the channels, only on the TV input (both digital AND analog), had phase inverted itself. (This is the tech enabling noise cancelling headphones.)
    Luckily it had enough inputs to allow me reconfigure my system.
    TV, BluRay, DVD changer – digital.
    BlueTooth, house feed – analog.
    Pretty shabby for under 2 years old. If it happens again I’m out. Your mileage may vary.

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  3. Jon K.

    Biggest issue I encountered with this receiver is that all the settings are only available when connected to an HDMI device like a TV. I wasn’t planning on using this receiver for A/V, just music like Sirius and Alexa etc. I ran into trouble trying to get my active subwoofer to work. All connections were good. I eventually was able to plug the receiver into my hdmi projector to see the setup screen. Went through ever setup option that Sony had listed in their online user manual for this unit. Eventually found the answer buried in their eSupport site: In the Settings, choose Speaker, Speaker Pattern and you need to make sure that the Speaker Pattern ends in either a .1 or .2

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  4. Chris Thompson

    I have seen that other people have posted with the same problem but I feel like I should let everyone know that it is absolutely true. When this says it’s 4K compatible it truly will not be for most people out there. Maybe when it first came out and there was no hdcp 2.2 security it would have worked but now modern 4K players and satellite boxes use that security feature to keep people from copying video. Long story short most products today that put out 4K signal will not work with this. I believe the people who are selling these are well aware. I say this because when I contacted them about it and requested a refund they cladly said yes to a refund. But what you don’t realize is they will not pay for the refund shipping. It was going to cost me $180 to return the item that I was basically lied to about. So I kept my unit gave it to a kid and we’ll just make sure never to buy anything from these sellers again. If you want something truly 4K compatible make sure that your inputs in your outputs or hdcp 2.2 compatible.

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  5. Sea Eagle

    Skimpy printed instructions supplied with the product. It took me all day to set it up, after downloading and reading the full manual on my computer. Sony should simplify this product and provide simpler printed instructions with the shipment to allow for a quicker set up by old fogies like me.
    Also the CATV setting resulted in delayed start of the HDTV programming. Direct HDMI connection to Cable Receiver is faster.
    Once set up, the result was the high quality reproduction I expect from Sony products

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  6. Brandon

    For those with OSD issues – aka – anyone who bought this product. I found a work around for my particular setup, as I too was rather frustrated after purchasing this product.

    On the receiver, if you go to options > settings > then select and turn on “control from HDMI.”
    Depending on the remote you are using, configure the remote to issue volume up commands to the TV. Upon doing so, as long as you are using a separate remote than the one provided with the receiver while controlling the volume, the OSD menu does not appear and the volume commands work without interrupting the 4k video.

    More specifically in my scenario.. I have my Xbox hooked up to my receiver. And the Xbox wired to my DVR. On my xbox, under sound output, I opted not to define my receiver as an audio source, as doing so will configure your xbox remote to send commands directly to receiver, thus causing the OSD menu to re-appear. Keep the audio option not configured, and just configure the TV. The volume up commands sent from xbox to the TV will actually increase the volume on the receiver!

    If a firmware update was available to make this device and its OSD menu 4k compatible, id give 5 out of 5 stars. Although some work arounds are possible, was just a pain to figure it out..

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  7. Jeff Deptola

    Not fully 4K compatible. While it does pass 4k through the HDMI in and out ports, whenever the on screen display (OSD) is accessed, (which includes every time the volume is changed) the display reverts to 480p, causing the screen to black out temporarily. The OSD function is incompatible with 4k, and there is currently no way to turn off this function. Multiple forums confirm this issue as well, with no remedy.

    The only way to continue to watch your programming uninterrupted while enjoying 4k content (or while having your TV set to 4k) is to bypass the HDMI throughput and utilize a separate audio source, such as an optical cable. This limits the inputs available for the receiver to one, and forces you to use a second HDMI cable to you TV and change your tv input whenever you need to access the on screen menu of the receiver.

    Understanding 4k content is currently limited, even while watching 720 or 1080 content, having the 4k option enabled still causes this issue to occur.
    While other SONY receiver models face this same issue, they are able to to disable the OSD feature. Sadly, there is no option with this, and I see no option to update firmware, most likely meaning SONY has given up on customer support on this device. If anyone has a remedy for this that I have overlooked, please let me know and I’ll upgrade this review.

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  8. Patrick R. Dool

    Very good. Easy to use AM FM DVD CD Sat/Cable Game TV VCR Android box video …any HDMI compatible and RCA jacks too.
    Plays music off USB flash drive Microphone jack for the singing or PA
    Good digital picture on 120″ screen.
    Get a good Am FM outdoor antenna for radio. The ones supplied suck in the house. short cord.
    Hooked it up to 1500w surround sound speakers system with home theater.
    I still need a 2nd woofer to complete the audio but it cranks! 6 sound settings HD stadium jazz and in concert
    Plenty loud in 20ft x 20ft room x 7.5ft ceiling.

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  9. Kevin Green

    This receiver has great power and sounds wonderful. It has wonderful surround sound. Two downsides for us old school people, you can’t connect a cassette deck to it. Also it doesn’t play well with others. Not very compatible with other components. I can’t even hook my Samsung Blueray player into the HDMI without all kinds of wild reaction. It was too irritating so I had to leave it connected to the TV. Also the cable box has issues connecting to the HDMI. I am not sure who is at fault with the compatibility but I expected Sony to do a better job. Still, I enjoy using it.

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  10. Amazon Customer

    I went to an actual audio shop, and told the salesman what speakers I had, he promptly advised that I needed a $900 receiver to power my 4 speakers…

    I came on Amazon and bought this for $279 and it works flawlessly!

    The sound is crisp, and the bass is deep!

    I suggest you purchase a 6foot Fiber optic audio cable for your TV audio (this goes from the TV audio optical to the receiver) I had to purchase this separately!

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