Released May, 2006
The Pros:Priced low enough for consumers on a tight budget. Menu system is well rendered and logically laid out. Provides a good range of crossover options.
The Cons:A bit of a hiss when there's no signal. Remote is cheap and seems easily breakable. HDMI is for video only, will need an optical connection for the audio.
The Sherwood RD-7502 is a high-performance 7.1-channel receiver designed for delivering a true at-home theater experience. It features 700W of power, support for Dolby audio compression (Dolby Digital Ex, Pro Logic Iix, DTS-ES, Dolby Virtual Speaker), and HDMI switching.
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Plus, the RD-7502 boasts universal video upconversion to component, XM Radio ‘Connect & Play’, and automatic speaker set-up and Room EQ. Additional features of the Sherwood RD-7502 receiver include an AM/FM tuner with 30 presets, Cinema EQ, and a plethora of inputs & outputs, including analog, composite, digital, IR, AV, and HDMI. The Sherwood RD-7502 retails for $399.95 and comes with a 3 year limited warranty.
- 7.1-Channel, 700W
- Dolby Audio Compression
- HDMI Switching
- Video Upconversion
- XM Radio
- Auto Speaker Set-Up
- Room EQ
- AM/FM Tuner
- Cinema EQ
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
- A/V Input x3
- A/V Output x2
- Component Input x2
- Component Output x1
- HDMI Input x2
- HDMI Output x1
- Analog Input x3
- Analog Output x1
- Composite Input x3
- Composite Output x2
- Digital Input x4 (2 Coax, 2 Optical)
- Optical Digital Output x1
User Reviews (2)
priced low enough for consumers on a tight budget
menu system is well rendered and logically laid out
provides a good range of crossover options
enough power output for a typical living room environment
heavy construction with durable components
plenty of inputs for multiple sources
a bit of a hiss when there's no signal
remote is cheap and seems easily breakable
HDMI is for video only, will need an optical connection for the audio
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