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Digital Encoder Volume Control. 4-Gang FM Front end. Dolby Virtual Speaker. Sleep Timer. Large Fluorescent Display. Power Output: 100 W RMS (20 Hz to 20 kHz 0.1% THD). Decoder: Virtual Surround. FM/AM Tuner: 30 - AM/FM. Headphone Jack: Yes. Bluetooth: Bluetooth Audio Receiver Input (Compatible with Sherwood BT-R7). On Screen Display: Large Fluorescent Display. Dimensions: 17.37" H x 13" W x 5" D.
sounds ok as long as you use a sub with it
This review is from: Sherwood RX4503 100 Watt RMS Dolby Virtual Surround Sound Receiver - Black
Pros: has a optional blue tooth in, you can purchase the optional blue tooth receiver from sherwood, it plugs in the front panel, never used it so dont know how good it works; all features and controls can be operated from the remote. only pros i can think of, looks better than some of the other shewood receivers.
Cons: the unit is basically a 2.1 channel receiver, has connections for speakers 2 left and 2 right and a sub output for a powered sub, to connect 4 speakers all your speakers have to be 16ohm or greater, like some of the other sherwood units i have seen, who has 16 ohm speakers these days? well one of the worsed things about this thing is the sound, it send all the deep bass to the sub outout and the l and r speakers must have a cutoff frequency of 75 to 100 hz, so to get full range sound you must hook a sub to it. theres no way to turn of the sub channel and redirect the low to the left and right speakers or change the cutoff frequency. the specs for the unit says 100watts/channel from 20hz to 20khz which isnt true because the amps in the unit never receives any audio signals below 75hz.
Other Thoughts: so the question is what is it a bad stereo receiver or a bad 2.1 channel home theater receiver?
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