Question: What is an AV receiver used for?

An audio/video receiver (AVR) is a consumer electronics component used in a home theater. Its purpose is to receive audio and video signals from a number of sources, and to process them and provide power amplifiers to drive loudspeakers and route the video to displays such as a television, monitor or video projector.

Why do I need an AV receiver?

A/V receivers act as the nerve center of your home theater system. They perform a host of essential functions, including decoding your DVDs surround sound formats, driving your loudspeakers, and switching between audio and video components. If you want high-quality surround sound, you need a high-quality A/V receiver.

What is the difference between a receiver and an amplifier?

An amplifier is the device that turns the low voltage signals from your source equipment into a signal with enough gain to be used to power a pair of speakers. A receiver is an amplifier that has a radio section built in.

What is the most reliable AV receiver?

The Onkyo TX-NR696 is the best AV home theater receiver for those looking for a budget-ish option. This receiver was released in 2019 with a wealth of connectivity that supports multiple audio formats and gives a big, bold sound.

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