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The Best Home Theater Receivers of 2018

Today’s top AV receivers (aka Audio/Video or home theater receivers) represent the most technical / feature-rich / hard-to-understand components in our stores, so it’s no surprise that 4 out of every 5 questions we get are typically about AV receivers. Like “what is 4K switching and do I really need it?” Or “can an AV Receiver operate two TVs at once while playing different music in every room?” To the more challenging “what the heck is DTS:X and HDCP 2.2 support, and do I really need to know?”

For easy-to-understand answers (starting with “what are AV Receivers and what do they do?) we recommend hitting our easy-to-read “AV Receivers Buying Guide.” But if you’re in a hurry and just want to know which of the newest AV receivers are best, you’re already on the right page. Below, our experts list the best of the best by category, so you can get the best for you, your situation, and your budget.

One last note going in: Though we list and compare key features for each receiver, all contain the bare essentials: support for 4K, HDR, and current HDMI standards. We also don’t cover all features (some have over 100!). That way, we can keep everything bite-size. But if you’re an audiophile and want the complete story, we do link to each receiver’s full spec sheet.

Ready? Let’s do this.

1. The most feature-rich, budget-friendly receiver.

Onkyo TX-NR585 7.2 channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $499
  • 7.2 channels / 85 watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, DTS Play-Fi
  • 6 HDMI inputs / 1 HDMI output 
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

At only $499 (we have it on sale at the moment), the TX-NR585 from Onkyo gives you the most features at the lowest price. (Which is different than “best receiver for the money,” which we cover next.)

Our case:

The TX-NR585’s 7 independent channels can easily accommodate 5 speakers (left, right, center and 2 rear), plus 2 subwoofers, and 2 Dolby Atmos speakers. Or, you can swap the Dolby Atmos speakers for sides, and use a traditional 7.2 setup. Either way, it’s a great choice for serious theater surround sound, and as for music, the TX-NR585 can play, stream, and/or send your music from any source in up to 2 rooms via Wi-Fi, AirPlay, or Bluetooth. Seriously, it would take a lot less time to list what the TX-NR585 CAN’T do.

What else?

• Multi-room music by way of Google Assistant, DTS Play-Fi technology, or FlareConnect.

• With DTS Neural:X and Dolby Surround technologies, the TX-NR585 can upmix, and essentially upgrade, any legacy soundtrack… putting every speaker in your system to good use.

• A dedicated phono input makes the TX-NR585 ideal for playing vinyl records.

• Built-in Wi-Fi (5 GHz/2.4 GHz) lets you stream anything, anywhere, and Bluetooth lets you connect mobile devices and laptops.

• Comes with dedicated component/RCA connections, which can be used for legacy game consoles.

• AccuEQ Room Calibration – a way to make sure the TX-NR585 is perfectly calibrated for whatever room you put it in, by calculating the distance between listening positions and speakers, and adjusting sound pressure levels (and crossover positions) for optimal performance. Further, AccuReflex technology optimizes performance of any Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers in your setup. (Meaning it can place a diving pterodactyl in the air, exactly where it should be.)

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Reg price: $579

2. The best AV receiver for the money.

Sony STR-ZA1100ES 7.2 channel AV receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $998
  • 7 channels / 100 watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
  • 5 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 6Ω

Why it won:

The STR-ZA1100 ES is smart, solid, extremely versatile, and sounds great. (In other words: pure Sony.) And at just under $1K, you’d think there would be a catch, but apparently not. Great stuff.

Our case:

Sony gets it right with the STR-ZA1100ES – a very serious, very talented 7-channel, 100 watt, 4K AV receiver that’s often used in custom installations and, in our opinion, could easily sell for twice as much. Start with a conventional 5.1 setup, add Dolby Atmos or DTS:X speakers when you’re ready, create additional zones around the house… the STR-ZA1100ES does it all with power to spare. Five HDMI inputs, supports all the newest sound formats, and may be the best value of all Sony’s line of ES (Elevated Standard) receivers. And you can set it all up without a TV monitor, which is kind of amazing.

What else?

• 7.1.2-channel surround immersion.

• 4K pass-through feature allows data to pass through the receiver without compromising image quality.

• Music Connect allows Z-series AV receivers to slave to the HAP-Z1ES Hi-Res Audio player and other networked music players.

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Reg price: $998

3. The best wireless streaming AV receiver.

Denon HEOS AVR-X1500H 7.2 channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $649
  • 7 channels / 80 watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • WiFi-, Bluetooth, HEOS
  • 6 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum impedance: 6Ω

Why it won:

The AVR-X1500H is a full-featured AV receiver with HEOS inside – and between the easy-to-use HEOS app + Amazon Alexa voice control +  support for AirPlay, as well as today’s popular streaming services (Spotify, Pandora, TuneIn, etc.), streaming music sounds great and doesn’t get much easier.

Our case:

Denon, established in 1910, is one of the oldest audio companies in the world. “HEOS” is what Denon calls their own wireless multi-room audio platform, which includes a number of speakers and sound bars, as well as receivers. Though World Wide Stereo currently stocks a variety of Denon HEOS models, in all price ranges, our pick represents one of six new Denon AV Receivers recently released.

More highlights:

• The AVR-X1500H can also stream hi-res music files.

• Denon makes set-up easy, the AVR-X1500H automatically calibrates ideal settings for whatever room you put it in with its built-in Audyssey MultEQ XT room acoustic measurement system.

• With HEOS + Amazon Alexa voice control, you can play any song in any room, change channels, skip tracks, raise or lower the volume, and so on – all by simply asking.

• An ideal AV receiver for a whole-house wireless, multi-room, sound network – and as future-proofed as any receiver we’ve seen.

• Enjoy 5.1 home theater sound in one room, while streaming music in another.

• Continue to build your system into the future with Denon’s complete line of HEOS products.

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Reg price: $649

4. The best 7-channel AV receiver.

Yamaha RX-A1080 AVENTAGE 7.2 channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $1299
  • 7.2 channels / 110 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • Wi-Fi, MusicCast, Bluetooth, AirPlay
  • 7 HDMI inputs, 3 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

All things being equal, Yamaha’s RX-A1080 would seem, on paper, built more for movies than music. (Yamaha’s MusicCast Surround + Dolby Atmos is a pretty spectacular combination.)  But this is Yamaha, and Yamaha’s mission has been – and always will be – great-sounding music. We love it.

Our case:

The specs on Yamaha’s RX-A1080 are almost identical to Denon’s AVR-X1500H (our “best wireless" pick above), with two exceptions: the RXA1080 throws in a bit more power, and it comes with something totally new for 2018: MusicCast Surround. In 2016, Yamaha introduced their own wireless platform, “MusicCast,” Yamaha’s equivalent to HEOS. In 2018, Yamaha announced MusicCast Surround to bring wireless convenience to home theater surround sound. It also comes with a new feature called Surround: AI.

Surround: AI is an artificially-intelligent feature that does something entirely new… it adjusts audio levels, channel by channel, according to the scene on screen. In its memory, Surround: AI contains hundreds of movie scenes to draw on, so it knows the difference between a big "Mission Impossible" chase scene and two star-crossed lovers on a beach. The end result is awesome: Suddenly, dialog in loud environments (two bad guys in a noisy diner) is much easier to hear. And, overall, everything just sounds bigger and more satisfying.

What else?

• The RX-A1080 can also stream several hi-res music formats from a thumb drive or via your computer over Wi-Fi.

• Seems Alexa is everywhere, and Yamaha’s got her, too. Voice control makes streaming wireless music throughout the house as easy as it gets.

• Inputs include component and composite video ports, optical and coaxial digital audio inputs, analog stereo inputs, plus a phono input just for turntables.

• YPAO Sound Optimization is Yamaha’s process for easy setting-up. Like most other receivers on our list, the RX-A1080 will analyze your room and adjust itself accordingly for optimal sound… whether you live in a phone booth or the Taj Mahal.

• We didn’t include a “best-looking” category on our list, but had we, the RX-A1080 is a definite contender.

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Reg price: $1299

5. The best budget 7-channel AV receiver. 

Pioneer Elite VSX-LX103 7.2 channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $599
  • 7.2 channels / 80 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Chromecast, DTS Play-Fi, FlareConnect
  • 6 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 6Ω

Why it won:

5.2.2 channel sound with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. A zone 2 capability so you can send music to another room. Ultra HD pass-through, HDCP 2.2, 4K / 60 Hz, Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), and Ultra HD upscaling (1080p to 4K). In all, it’s hard to argue: the VSXLX103 comes armed to the teeth for great home theater and music – at a crazy low price. (Don’t forget: wireless connectivity, too, including Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, Bluetooth, DTS Play-Fi, Wi-Fi, and FlareConnect.)

Our case:

Full disclosure: there’s some controversy surrounding the VSX-LX103 receiver from Pioneer Elite. The company claims “170 watts of pure raw power.” The fine print, however, shows the power for 2 channels is more like 80 watts. (6 Ohm - at 1 kHz - THD 10% - 1 channels.) But controversy or not, this receiver makes our list for “best budget” because even at 80 watts per channel, you’re getting a LOT of receiver for the money. And, truth is, 80 watts per channel still gets the job done – nicely.

What else?

• If you can, go for the Dolby Atmos speakers. Sound above and around – moving from place to place – makes all the difference in the world.

• Onboard phase control removes the delay that sometimes happens between your subwoofer and your other speakers, particularly in big scenes.

• Pioneer’s “FlareConnect” lets you mirror pretty much any audio source on compatible speakers in other rooms.

• Pioneer’s mobile app puts you in control. Play from any number of DTS Play-Fi audio sources, stream music or radio from one device to another, even in other rooms.

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Reg price: $599

6. The smartest 9-channel AV receiver.

Yamaha RX-A3080 AVENTAGE 9.2-channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $2199
  • 9.2 channels / 150 watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • Wi-Fi, MusicCast, Bluetooth
  • 7 HDMI inputs, 3 HDMI outputs, Phono Input
  • Minimum Impedance: 8Ω

Why it won:

A few reasons: It won because it does pretty much everything an AV receiver can do, plus it’s really easy to set up and run, plus it comes with two high-performance DACs with their own dedicated power supplies (required for hi-resolution music files). The RX-A3080 also includes Surround:AI, just like our choice for “best 7-channel receiver,” and it is a Yamaha, so it sounds great, looks cool, and it’s smart – Yamaha even re-thought the feet, adding one in the middle to resist speaker vibration. What’s not to like?

Our case:

It’s often hard to hear the difference between different receivers at similar price points. More often than not, it’s what’s under the hood with respect to features that distinguishes one over another. But that’s not the case with receivers costing $2K and up. At this price point, clear audible differences emerge. A long way of saying: Yamaha’s flagship AV receiver, the RX-A3080 sounds awesome and is worth every dime… and by awesome, we mean massive, full-bodied sound.

What else?

• With 3 HDMI outputs, you can transmit (and watch) two video sources at the same time, or transmit the same video source (to different rooms) through each output.

• Two ESS SABRE™ DACs (one ES9007S and one ES9026PRO) help keep everything real, literally. (Real as in analog.) Hear music performances and movies like they were meant to be heard, without any sense of digital processing.

• To Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, Yamaha adds a third high performance processor: “Cinema DSP HD3.” The net effect: total immersion.

• Wireless multi-room audio – easy to operate with Amazon’s Alexa voice control and/or Yamaha’s MusicCast app.

• Streaming services built-in. (Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM, Napster, Tidal, Deezer, etc.)

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Reg price: $2199

7. The best 9-channel AV receiver.

Sony STR-ZA5000ES 9.2-channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $2799
  • 9.2 channels / 130 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • 6 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

With all 9 channels in play (7.2.2 or 9.2) and a good movie onboard, the STR-ZA5000ES sounds like a top-of-the-line IMAX theater. And music – classical, jazz, rock, hip-hop – has a big, kick-ass, “I’m on stage” realism to it. Bottom line: Sony brings it, big time… and if you don’t mind the wireless workaround (you won’t, or you can leave that to your installer), you really can’t do better. Save for maybe the Yamaha above, hence the tie.

Our case:

In the land of 9 channel receivers, Yamaha’s RX-A3080 and Sony’s STR-ZA5000ES = Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer. To wit: two very similar products with almost identical resumes and qualifications, both at the top of their game, save for one very major difference: the Sony STR-ZA5000ES is not wireless. Meaning, no Wi-Fi, no Bluetooth, no AirPlay, no Amazon Alexa. So why did it make our list?

The STR-ZA5000ES makes our list because it’s Sony’s flagship receiver, and in every other respect, it’s a beast. (A 38-pound beast.) And Sony does provide a workaround for the wireless issue: an 8-port ethernet hub – with 2 power-over Ethernet ports – that can connect with any and all wireless devices on the network. According to Sony, the STR-ZA5000ES was conceived and built for “the specific needs of custom integrators and their most demanding applications and installations.” Translated: this is a serious AV receiver purposely made for serious home theaters, that’s still capable of wireless connectivity via access to your home network –  minus any potential wireless headaches.

What else?

• Can be easily integrated into expanded home automation, including multi-zone audio, lighting and shades, security, appliances, and almost anything else you can imagine. Control4® Certified and featuring Crestron Connected™, AMX Beacon, Savant, URC and RTI support.

• In-ceiling speaker mode. Great idea here: the STR-ZA5000ES can relocate front and center dialog so it comes from the screen (to better coincide with the picture). So actor dialog on screen doesn’t come from above or behind.

• USB port and Ihiji cloud connectivity, which allows you to monitor your system (and make sure the kids aren't watching anything they shouldn't).

• Gold plated speaker outputs.

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Reg price: $2799

8. The best 11-channel AV receiver for custom integration.

Integra DRX-R1.1 11.2-channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $3300
  • 9.2 channels / 140 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • DTS Play-Fi, AirPlay, Works with Sonos
  • 8 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

With 140 watts per channel and 11 channels onboard, the DRX-R1.1 is a powerful, multi-tasking marvel of a receiver that captures every subtle moment, beautifully – including, when it comes to music, stuff you’ve never heard before in songs you love. As for movies, with all 9 channels in play including Dolby Atmos above, the DRX-R1.1 makes big blockbuster scenes way more blockbustier. Plus, the DRX-R1.1 makes it possible to watch video and listen to music at the same time — watch the big game in the family room and have the latest hits playing in the kitchen. For truly great home theater and gorgeous music, it’s hard to do better. 

Our case:

We started with good, we moved on to great, and now – with 11-channels – we’re in holy mackerel territory. And Integra’s flagship DRX-R1.1 receiver represents just how holy mackerel home home audio can be these days – with one major caveat: Just like the 9-channel Sony STR-ZA5000ES above, the DRX-R1.1 is not wireless. So, no Bluetooth, no Wi-Fi, no Amazon Alexa. On the other hand, it is AirPlay compatible, and as long as you have  a hard-wired internet connection, you can still stream Pandora, Spotify, Deezer, TuneIn, and Tidal. Plus, the DRX-R1.1 is certified under the recently announced "Works with Sonos" program, which is given to products that have been approved to seamlessly connect to Sonos products. You can also group a number of Sonos devices on your network, or use each one independently.

Integra is Onkyo’s highest-end audio brand, and the DRX-R1.1 is Integra’s very best 11-channel AV receiver. And with 11 channels, you can configure the DRX-R1.1 for any size room, though clearly this is not a small bedroom AV receiver. One awesome 11-channel setup example: 1 center speaker, 1 forward left speaker and 1 forward right speaker, 2 rear speakers, 4 Dolby Atmos speakers above, 2 side speakers, and 2 woofers.

What else?

• With high-resolution digital-to-analog DACs for interpreting high-res music files, the DRX-R1.1 qualifies as an audiophile-worthy AV receiver.

• THX Select Certification means the R1.1 meets the strict sonic standards set by the company that started the surround revolution in movie houses.

• Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) – Integra’s exclusive VLSC technology compares the input signal to the outgoing signal and filters out pulse noise. Thus allowing the original signal to reflect the audio signal captured on the recording faithfully and accurately.

• DTS Play-Fi / multi-room audio puts you in complete control of your music and allows you to effortlessly stream from your smartphone, tablet, or PC to DTS Play-Fi speakers and devices throughout the home.

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Reg price: $3300

9. The best 11-channel AV receiver for a single room.

Marantz SR8012 11.2 channel receiver.

Key features:

  • Reg price: $2999
  • 9.2 channels / 140 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Capable
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HEOS, AirPlay
  • 7 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

It won because it sounds great. Big movie effects are outrageous, thanks to the SR8012’s explosive power. Live concerts are indistinguishable from the actual live performance – with respect to sonic integrity and dB levels. Conversely, the SR8012 handles delicate music passages with absolute precision. Good stuff.

Our case:

If receivers were movie stars, the Marantz SR8012 might be Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson: big, powerful, multi-talented, great performer, does everything – never quits. The SR8012 is the brainchild of over 300 highly talented audio engineers from some very high-falutin audio companies (Marantz, Denon, Polk, Definitive Technology, and Boston Acoustics) who, after merging, now work together under the banner “Sound United” – the parent company.

Suffice it to say, the Marantz SR8012 does it all, and combines Amazon Alexa voice control with Denon’s HEOS for oh-so-easy wireless connectivity. And though you can do almost anything with 11 channels, we recommend two things: 1) a 7.2.4 setup, meaning 7 speakers (1 center, 1 left forward and 1 right forward, 2 rear and 2 sides) + 2 subwoofers and 4 Dolby Atmos overhead, and 2) get good speakers. Anything less, and the SR8012 might tear them to shreds.

What else?

• Amazon Alexa voice control + Denon HEOS multi-room and streaming technology.

• Extra-rigid, copper coated chassis reduces unwanted vibrations to maintain sound purity.

• Gold-plated RCA terminals.

• High-resolution audio playback.

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Reg price: $2999

10. The best receiver for fully immersive surround sound.

Denon AVR-X8500H 13.2 receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $3999
  • 9.2 channels / 150 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos, DTS HD Master/DTS:X, DTS Neural:X, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos / Dolby Surround
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, HEOS
  • 8 HDMI inputs, 4 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 4Ω

Why it won:

We have a house rule at World Wide Stereo – we only use the word “breathtaking” once, if at all, in any one article, so here goes: If you want a truly breathtaking home theater experience, the Denon AVR-X8500H with all 13 channels (and two subwoofers) firing gets it done. (Can we get a big “amen?”)

Our case:

Say what? You can do more than 11 channels? Oh yeah. And why would you want to? Any number of reasons… like maybe you’re Wes Anderson and you want an bonafide, A-list, killer home theater in your den. Or maybe you’re a grandparent and you want to see the kids more often. (This will do it.)  But really, who needs a reason, beyond “13 channels = an out-of-body experience and more fun than a barrel of monkeys?” But we digress.

Above: Denon’s best – a 13.2 channel monster AV receiver (39 pounds, by the way) that does everything short of popping the popcorn. Inside, processors for handling every new video codec on the planet (including four independent SHARC DSP processors for exceptional quality across multiple channels), an advanced dual antenna transceiver system for robust streaming via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, plus AirPlay, HEOS, Amazon Alexa voice control, and a ton of raw power. Please note: the AVR-X8500H can handle six height channels, and if you’re going to do it right, we highly recommend using all of them.

What else?

• Advanced DSP audio processing system: four high-performance SHARC DSP processors with continuous processing capability of 10 GFLOPS for exceptional surround sound acoustics across multi-channels.

• Streaming Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Prime Music, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM, and others is easy with the HEOS wireless music streaming technology. Play the same music in every room, or play different music in different rooms.    

• HDMI to HDMI scaling: Up to 4K 60/50.

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Reg price: $3999

11. The best receiver for surround sound with Sonos.

Integra DRX-3.2 9.2 channel receiver

Key features:

  • Reg price: $1000
  • 9.2 channels / 50 Watts per channel
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X formats up to 5.2.4 or 7.2.2 channel
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Works with Sonos
  • 7 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs
  • Minimum Impedance: 8Ω

Why it won:

9.2 channels (9 speakers and 2 subwoofers) + THX certification for rooms up to 2000 cubic feet = a very versatile AV receiver. (Sonos or no Sonos.) Wireless streaming via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, onboard Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround processing, HDCP 2.2-compliance, it’s all here. Add the Integra name, and the amazing price – and you’re looking at a worthy contender in several categories.

Our case:

Maybe you already have Sonos in the house, and you’re now looking to expand your system to include a real home theater and, possibly, more music in more rooms, with a Sonos-friendly AV receiver. Boom: that’s exactly what Integra’s DRX-3.2 is all about with its three dedicated Sonos-compatible channel modes. Receivers with the “Works with Sonos” badge have been officially certified to seamlessly connect with Sonos products. And even if you don’t have Sonos, and/or no plans to get Sonos, the DRX-3.2 is still a great choice. This is a competent, fully featured AV receiver with a boatload of capability – for a lot less money than other receivers in its class.

One small catch: Sonos integration into your existing system requires a simple firmware update. Once integrated, you can control the DRX-3.2 with your Sonos app. The DRX-3.2 will even wake up when your Sonos network is activated.

What else?

• Ability to watch video and listen to music at the same time.

• Integra Control Pro app for iOS and Android Devices enables easy initial setup, multi-room management, and system control.

• Amazon Music, Spotify, TIDAL, TuneIn, Pandora, and Deezer on-demand services.

• Bi-directional Ethernet with IP control for home automation.

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Reg price: $1000

Still not sure? We got this.

We’re not going to sugarcoat this: choosing the best possible home theater receiver for the best possible home theater or multi-room music solution is not easy. Above, we’re just scratching the surface on features and capabilities – we could write 5000 words on any ONE receiver above, and still not cover everything.

The good news? Once everything is set up, most AV receivers really are simple to operate. (Not the case 10 years ago.) And though most include a remote control with more buttons than Granny’s sewing box, most also include an intuitive, easy-to-use smart phone app that simplifies everything – right down to the very basics. (Most of our customers prefer the app.)

As always, we invite you to call or write, anytime, with any questions at all. Tell us what you’re looking for, what your budget is, a little about your room, what kind of movies and music you like, and we’ll explain your options patiently, honestly, and without pressure or ”selling.” Our one and only goal: helping you get it right while saving you some money. Our one and only motive: doing such a great job, you tell your friends, neighbors (even your cousin Ricky) about us.

One more thing:

A last word of advice: if not us, buy your new AV receiver from a trusted dealer. And the more experience and longer the track record, the better. A good dealer will take care of you in the event anything happens.

Speaking of trusted dealers...

World Wide Stereo is home to some 90+ industry-leading audio/video professionals who love what they do and talking about it, too. We opened our doors in 1979, gained a small yet die-hard following, won a slew of national awards for everything from killer car audio installations to customer service, grew the business online… and today we enjoy a faithful following of like-minded TV-watching, music-listening, gear-loving defenders of fun for the whole family. Our only rule: no one leaves unhappy. Learn more about World Wide Stereo here.

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