Receivers & Amplifiers
A home theater receiver is a type of audio-visual component that is designed to provide a central hub for a home theater system. It typically includes an amplifier, which is used to boost the audio signal from the source device (such as a Blu-ray player or streaming device) to a level that is suitable for driving the speakers in the home theater system. The receiver also typically includes a variety of input and output connectors, allowing it to connect to a wide range of audio and video sources and displays.
In addition to amplifying the audio signal, a home theater receiver also typically includes a number of additional features, such as support for surround sound formats like Dolby Digital and DTS, and the ability to decode and play back high-resolution audio formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. Some receivers also include built-in streaming services or internet connectivity, allowing users to access a wide range of audio and video content over the internet.
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