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[Costco] Sony STRDH130/CA 2-channel Hi-Fi Receiver 99.87$ plus eco fee

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[Costco] Sony STRDH130/CA 2-channel Hi-Fi Receiver 99.87$ plus eco fee

Hi,

I was looking for a basic receiver to match my new Elac B6 and stumbled on this deal at Coscto.

Not sure how good it is however for $100 I think it fits my basic needs!

There is a newer model however at this precise model is sold $194.38 at Amazon and $200 at Best Buy.
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Apr 17, 2003
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I have yet to get into home entertainment purchases...so don't know much about them.

Why are they soooo big?
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Jan 23, 2018
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no sub out :-(
but good deal in my eyes

think a PM at Worstbuy would work? if so even cheaper around $90

Edited....
looks tobe OOS at worstbuy
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Mar 8, 2018
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bubbasingh1 wrote:
Apr 20th, 2018 4:05 pm
no sub out :-(
but good deal in my eyes

think a PM at Worstbuy would work? if so even cheaper around $90

Edited....
looks tobe OOS at worstbuy
You can still connect a sub. You run the wiring out of the speakers, into the sub, then out of the sub into the receiver. I have a JVC receiver from 1991 hooked up this way for 2.1 listening and it blows away most any modern receiver(have klipsch rf82 towers). Of course your sub has to have that connectivity ability, I have the bic f12.
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May 3, 2015
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Solid product. Bought many of these in past few years for work. Great deal
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bought this at the source below $50. I use it for music not for movies
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Jan 22, 2006
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For a 2 channel stereo you would expect PHONO input, but no luck with this one. Otherwise a good find
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bubbasingh1 wrote:
Apr 20th, 2018 4:05 pm
no sub out :-(
but good deal in my eyes
As izzyboots mentioned, you can still hook up a subwoofer IF your sub has high level inputs.

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This is a good buy and should drive the ELAC's just fine.

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Jan 23, 2018
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izzyboots wrote:
Apr 20th, 2018 4:12 pm
You can still connect a sub. You run the wiring out of the speakers, into the sub, then out of the sub into the receiver. I have a JVC receiver from 1991 hooked up this way for 2.1 listening and it blows away most any modern receiver(have klipsch rf82 towers). Of course your sub has to have that connectivity ability, I have the bic f12.
NO CARRIER wrote:
Apr 20th, 2018 8:02 pm
As izzyboots mentioned, you can still hook up a subwoofer IF your sub has high level inputs.

Image

This is a good buy and should drive the ELAC's just fine.

+++ath0
NO CARRIER

Mind blown !!!!
thanks guys!

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