Sony STR-ZA3100ES 7.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver (Black)
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- 7.2 Ch. A/V Receiver (110W @ 8ohms, 1KHz, 0.9%, 2CH)
- Supports Dolby ATMOS and DTS-X decoding up to 9.1ch (using 2 extra power amplifiers) plus two phantom rear surround channels.
- 4K HDR compatibility (excluding front HDMI input) 6-in/2-out1 HDMI flexibility with HDCP 2.2 support
- Optimized especially for custom in-home integration, and system configuration - Seamless IP Control integration with the leading control systems
- Music connect allows integrators to combine the power of an ES-grade multichannel sound system with the flexibility of today’s wireless multi-zone music systems.
- 8-port Giga-bit Ethernet switch with PoE (x2) support for flexible connectivity
- IMAX enhanced for immersive sound and clarity
- In the box: Calibration microphone, FM wire antenna, AM loop antenna, AC power cord, Remote control, R03 (size-AAA) batteries, Front cover
- Batteries : 2 AAA batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 60.96 x 50.8 x 7.62 cm; 10 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 5 April 2017
- Manufacturer : Sony
- ASIN : B06Y21QTGK
- Item Model Number : STRZA3100ES
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Sony STR-ZA3100ES 7.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver (Black) Input Output Terminals: Audio Input Opt (2)Audio Input Coax (1)Analog Audio Input (4)Pre Out Subwoofer (2)Component Video Input (2 Assignable)Composite Video Input (2)Composite Monitor Out (1)USB (1 Front)Ethernet Port (8 (2))
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One of the bigger factors to me, honestly, is the 8-port gigabit switch. My current residence is very light on Ethernet ports for being a newer home, so the one port that is available behind the entertainment center now feeds my Xbox, Apple TV 4K, and Oppo 203. Wireless is convenient, but isn't always the most reliable, so I like having everything wired...another reason I chose this receiver...it's not wireless itself. I don't currently have a need for pre-outs, but it's a nice bonus that all channels are available when/if I do.
The lack of streaming anything is a relief and was one of the tie breakers between this and the Aventage 2070. This is an AVR, that's all it is, that's all I need it to focus on. None of us need 18 different devices that can all stream Netflix. That's a reason I went with the Oppo 203 as well (before Oppo's announcement and the subsequent price gouging). It's a disc player...it has one job, and it does it very well.
The sound it produces, the looks, the nice Web UI that can be used for changing settings and control, that it can pass Dolby Vision, and now that they've recently added eARC support with firmware 1.051, it's hard to find a fault. All in all, I am extremely happy with the receiver.
This when configured with a Sony 800e and Martin Logan Plasma speakers is paradise.
The sound and image are spectacular.