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7 Things you Need to Know Before Buying an AV Receiver

7 Things you Need to Know Before Buying an AV Receiver

7 Things you Need to Know Before Buying an AV Receiver

When you think of a home theater system, you’re probably thinking about an AV receiver. An AV receiver is responsible for converting digital signals into analog ones, which are then sent to your speakers.

Buying an AV receiver is not a decision you make in a day. Even if you are just planning to buy one, there are some things you need to know before you do that. 

This blog will give you a quick run-through of 7 things you should consider before buying an AV Receiver.

7 Factors To Consider Before Shopping For An AV Receiver

#1. What Is The Purpose Of Your AV Receiver?

If you’re buying an AV receiver for your home theater, it’s imperative to know what kind of system you have and where you plan to place it. This is before you purchase the unit.

For example: If you have a surround-sound system with speakers in the corners of your room, get a receiver that supports advanced audio technologies like Dolby Atmos.

#2. How Powerful Should Your Receiver Be?

The more power your speakers have, the louder they can go without distortion. 100-120 watts per channel is usually enough for a sound-controlled room for home theater design purposes.

The amount of power your speaker can handle will also depend on its impedance and the voltage coming into it. Make sure you have selected speakers whose impedance matches up with that of your power amplifier, so as not to damage them by using too much electricity.

#3. How Many Channels Do You Need? 

Before purchasing an AV receiver, you should decide what type of speaker layout you want to use for your home theater system.

You will need a receiver that can accommodate the number of speakers you plan to use. We recommend 9.2-channel receivers with Dolby Atmos capabilities for the best results when adding overhead sound to your system. 

#4. How Many Inputs Do You Need? 

Before purchasing your receiver, conceptualize your theater and decide what sources you want to connect. The more inputs a receiver has, the better it will be able to accommodate all of these sources.

 #5. Do You Have A Way To Stream Music?

To get the most out of a home theater setup, look for an AV receiver that allows you to stream content directly from online sources like Netflix and Amazon.

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#6. What Video Resolution Do You Need?

Because there is more content available in 4K Ultra HD and HDR formats, look for receivers that support these kinds of video signals. They need to include HDCP 2.2 compatibility so you can watch any Ultra HD material on them.

#7. Do You Have Multiple Screens In Your Home Theater?

Some AV receivers provide multiple HDMI outputs, so you can send video signals to more than one TV or projector. These are usually divided into zones that let you control which devices receive what signal.

For example, if you have one theater with multiple screens, then you’ll need more than one HDMI output. If you want to use the same AV receiver for your theater and media room—as many people do—then two zones are a smart idea so that you can broadcast different content from each zone into both rooms.

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Final Comment

The most immersive home theater audio experience starts with a powerful amplifier and receiver. Our experts can help you find the perfect home theater setup for your space and the ideal receiver to go with it.

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