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Yamaha HTR-6040B 5.1 Channel Digital Home Theater Receiver 500 W

Yamaha HTR-6040B 5.1 Channel Digital Home Theater Receiver 500 W
$198.00  $68.88
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Description:
Yamaha's HTR-6040 5.1 Channel Digital Home Theater Receiver is the heart of your new Home-theater system. Take your Audio and Video performance to a higher level new all the latest new features.

The new SCENE buttons let you access every piece of your home theater system with a button. Get more powerful audio from Music and movies with Dolby Pro Logic II & DTS Digital Surround.

It's also XM Ready - get 150 Channels of satellite radio (subscription and antenna required) through your 5.1 system. An Optional dock lets you play your iPod through this receiver.

A front mini jack lets you play MP3 players or other portable audio devices through this Sound system. CINEMA DSP Digital lets you feel every sound effect; SILENT CINEMA and Virtual CINEMA DSP lets you hear large-scale surround sound through ordinary headphones.

Richer, more detailed audio is finally here. It's a perfect partner for your new widescreen HDTV to deliver theater sound to your home.

  • 4 SCENE buttons for easier operation
  • Front panel mini jack for portable media player
  • 5-channel, 500W surround sound (100W x 5 channels)
  • 9 selectable Subwoofer crossover frequencies; Subwoofer phase select
  • Wide-range video bandwidth (60MHz -3 dB, Component video)
  • Dolby Digital, DTS and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding
  • Audio Delay for adjusting lip-sync
  • Compressed Music Enhancer
  • Neural Surround
  • XM ready; XM HD Surround compatible
  • 192 kHz/24-bit D/A conversion
  • Virtual CINEMA DSP
  • Analog mixdown
  • Sleep Timer
  • 40 station auto preset tuning
  • 8 Surround Sound programs
  • Speaker A, B or A+B selection
  • Selectable subwoofer crossover
  • 6-Channel decoder
  • Includes Learning Remote
  • Color: Black

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  • Model: AC_2804
  • Shipping Weight: 29g
  • 49 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 05 November, 2008.