|Number Of Items||1|
|Speaker Surround Sound Channel Configuration||7.2|
|Output Wattage||165 Watts|
|Battery Cell Composition||Alkaline|
|Connector Type||Yes, Ethernet|
|Memory Card Slot||MP3; AAC; WMA|
|Product Dimensions||33.1 x 43 x 15.6 cm; 9.1 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||9.1 kg|
|Item Model Number||STRDN1080.CEK|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||11 February 2020|
Sony STRDN1080.CEK 7.2 CH 4K UHD AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos and Multi-Room - Black
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Connector Type||Yes, Ethernet|
|Supported Internet Services||Chromecast^Spotify connect|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||33.1 x 43 x 15.6 centimetres|
About this item
- Supporting the latest audio and video format: Dolby ATMOS and DTS:X support, High-Resolution Audio compatible
- Built for sound: Improved auto-calibration with stereo microphone, speaker relocation for the optimum sound reproduction
- Phantom surround back to simulate 2 extra rear channels thus providing a 7.1.2ch set-up ; Sound Field: 2ch Stereo , Direct , Multi Ch Stereo , Dolby Surround , Neural: X , Front Surround , Audio Enhancer , Headphone 2ch
- Versatile solution: Playback your content from a wide range of sources thanks to HDMI in/out (6/2), USB, Bluetooth/NFC, Chromecast Built-in, Spotify Connect, Multi-room
- Maintain 4K quality from source to screen - the 4K pass-through feature allows data to pass through the receiver without compromising image quality, and is HDCP 2.2 compatible
- Play DSD through DLNA network connected devices, or connected to USB with support for up to 24 bit/192 kHz High-Resolution Audio playback
- Network Connectivity: Bluetooth Receiver, Bluetooth Transmitter, NFC, Wi-Fi, Airplay, Mobile Control Application, Wireless Multi Room
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Versatile. Sophisticated. Powerful. Featuring flexible speaker solutions, DTS:X and Dolby Atmos support, the STR-DN1080 delivers mighty, cinematic surround sound that perfectly adapts to you, and your environment. Your ideal home audio arrangement The STR-DN1080 has been designed with flexible speaker solutions that work around your environment, so that you get the best audio experience whatever your setup. Experience full cinematic quality Pioneering sound field technology combines advanced auto calibration with seamless speaker relocation, producing breath-taking cinematic sound unlike anything you've experienced at home. Easily access your music Enjoy easy access to a wealth of music and more, thanks to Chromecast built-in previously Google Cast1 and Spotify Connect. Stream with Chromecast built-in Stream music, podcasts and radio from 100 plus audio apps, including Google Play Music and more. Get connected For a truly dynamic home entertainment setup, there are six HDMI inputs and two outputs, a front USB port, optical digital and analogue AV connections. So you can connect your TV, Blu-ray Disc player, smartphone and more, quickly and easily. Stream music throughout the house with SongPal Link Listen to the same great song all around the house with multi-room listening, controlled via the SongPal app. Use SongPal Link to group compatible Sony sound systems, then stream music in multiple rooms.Sound Field has 2ch Stereo ,Direct ,Multi Ch Stereo ,Dolby Surround ,Neural: X ,Front Surround ,Audio Enhancer,Headphone 2ch
Sony STR-DN1080 7.2ch 4K UHD AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos and Multi-room
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I can add that Sony could learn a great deal from Amazon when it comes to customer service, it was chalk and cheese. It's a big well done, and thank you to Amazon (Wendy) for being sympathetic and acting to resolve my issue with alacrity.
UPDATE - - - Well the replacement arrived today, along with a Panasonic breadmaker I ordered. Regrettably the better sound came from the breadmaker. I'm possibly being too harsh on the Sony as this one did at least produce sound. However, at least with the breadmaker the functions did what they were supposed to do. I have spent the best part of 3 hours trying to get the receiver to accept the settings I wanted; everything from the initial setup, through to using the remote control. Surely it can't be that difficult to complete a setup and use a remote control I hear you say. Well it is. The initial setup kept changing my speaker setup, then didn't recognise my subwoofer, eventually it decided to accept my setup and after doing nothing to the subwoofer, it decided to accept it. That was only the start of the problems, you would think I could put the rubbish setup aside and see what it could do 'sound wise.' You would be wrong. The remote had a life if its own. Settings were changed randomly, settings for one device were ignored and instead switched to a different device (7 times), before eventually accepting it. Then for no apparent reason it set up a sleep timer to switch it off (I still haven't found where to do that, so it wasn't me). Then, there was the sound fields and optimizer, which, and don't ask me why, but managed to reduce the sound to a whisper. Some of the remote control buttons weren't even mapped to the correct function!! I won't dwell too much on the lack of any presets, all were preset to the same frequency of a non-existent station, a minor point you might think, but added to the other issues... So I set about putting in my own stations, if the presets weren't really presets but spaces for my own presets, it managed to find 3 stations, two with RDS, and some obscure station I had never heard of.
I could go on, but I would be ranting (as if I weren't already), but suffice to say I have never been more frustrated with a piece of tech. This feels like playing an alpha version of a computer game (not even a beta). I mean, how can you not map remote control buttons correctly??
Anyway, despite feeling really bad contacting Amazon, they have agreed to take this back - for which, thank you.
Do not buy this, do not even think of buying this, look at alternatives, look away, nothing good to see here.
can i start of by saying the sound on this machine is JUST AMAZING. it totally blows you away - quite literally. i have it set up with 7 speakers and 2 subwoofers. the sofa shakes! it is quite something to hear.
Playing music through the system from iPhone via airplay is also breathtaking.
what I am really dissapoined in is the her interface and the ease of use.
I have a 4K tv and a HD projector - and i just couldn't get it to work at all. you have to set each HDMI output as either 4k or standard - but the mix of different sources - just wooudn't work. i also hates the way the amp literally takes over control of everything, even if it is switched off. So if you have it on output B, the projector and switch if off as you've been watching a movie on the projector - the then switch the TV on, it won't work as you have to switch the amp back on the move it to output A. you would think the through bypass would just work that out - but it doesn't. I really dislike the whole way it works. it isn't simple and just a faff! i've ended up with the old set up - ie a blu ray player hooked up to the amp for the projector and a 4K blue ray player and sky hooked up to the TV.
but at least the amp doesn't control the tv and sky - like it did.
I love the sound - it's amazing - but it's just a real pain to use.
so - leaving it just with the projector and music - it works just grand.
disappointed the ease of use and interface wasn't better for £420
hence only giving it 3 stars. but like i say - the sound would be 10 stars!!
I can't comment on Dolby Atmos yet as my speaker setup is only 5.1, but nice to know the upgrade path is there.
The only reason it's dropped a star is due to issues with HDMI ARC and CEC with my Philips TV. Using HDMI ARC I was getting all kinds of audio sync issues and the receiver would spontaneously switch off mid TV show..... infuriating! Thankfully this all went away once I switched to Optical for TV audio, so no big deal.
I'm not sure if the TV or AV receiver is to blame, but my feeling is poor inter manufacturer compatibility. A bit of googling reveals many people are experiencing issues with HDMI ARC. All non ARC HDMI sources work flawlessly.
Overall this receiver does a great job where it matters most - audio quality - and I highly recommend it
The problems with this amplifier are numerous and are described below.
The remote is cheap garbage and does not allow you to select all of the inputs without Pressing the home button. This takes you to the slowest and laggiest menu you have ever seen and believe me, you will see this menu a lot because if you switched on an attached source the amp will switch the that input ( sometimes it doesn't) then it will go to the home menu. At this point you have to pick up the remote and choose watch/listen and select your input. This is a firmware fault that Sony has not fixed and all reviews don't seem to mention it. This is Despite a quick Google showing thousands of people with the same issue.
Soundwise it is ok ( once you switch off all the artificial equaliser settings) though not brilliant and no better than my 25 year old yamaha amp that it replaced or my 30 year old Cyrus one amp. It is also quite a low powered amp in that the volume needs to be very high to drive my 6ohm speakers.
I really wish I never got the thing. Sony have been producing garbage for quite a few years now and this product sums up present day sony perfectly.
My advice is to get a Denon or Yamaha.