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Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver

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Sherwood Receiver good value
 
Have had it for a monthDoes all that I need and has two zones. The 2nd zone I have wired to outdoor speakers on the back patio. The only feature that I would like for the 2nd zone is a simpler method to choose volume level and source for that zone, but all in all it can be changed using the remote fairly easily.

Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver review by TheBinag can be read at Walmart
 
TheBinag
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/08/2009
User Location: Beaumont, TX
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I bought this since it has 3 HDMI inputs. I can then output to my TV via the 1 HDMI output.It has inputs galore. No shortage of devices can be plugged in.Instructions and remote are the "stereo"typical stereo instructions. Very technical.Sound is fine. I have it hooked up to surround sound. I have a Apple TV (hdmi), cable box (hdmi), LG Blu-ray/netflix player (hdmi and optical) hooked up to it. It allows for only 3 video inputs.The only issue I had was with the LG Blu-Ray/neflix player. Netflix ...

Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver review by J. Parent can be read at Amazon.Com
 
J. Parent
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 06/23/2010
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This thing is chock-full-of-features, perhaps to the negative because it makes it all very complicated for someone who just wants to plug it in and rock the house. But if you take your time, you will appreciate the fact that these extra options allow for more flexibility when it comes to working in a heterogeneous electronic home environment. I have a mixed bag of blueray, X-Box, Wii, Dish Network, etc. components - so it took a while to set it up correctly. The easiest way to get all these w...

Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver review by Scott Andrews can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Scott Andrews
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/07/2011
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rated as 100 watts per channel. Running 5.1 polk 50 watt speakers. Music high volume no distortion, adjustable treb - bass(I mean high volume). Surround works great but you are going to have to find which one of the preset levels works best.Mentioned in other reviews but Receiver to TV OPTICAL FIBER connection ($25 radio shack) run components to receiver HDMI. Running TV, Blue Ray, XBOX, Wii, DVR, cable.

Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver review by Clay Massi can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Clay Massi
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/09/2011
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i got this Sherwood, which is clearly out of its league, for example w/ Sony, Denon & Onkyo, primarily for the price, and the fact it has the appropriate analog cable inputs for an DVD-A/SACD players w/, multi-channel audio. VERY FEW receivers these days do, unless you want to mortgage your house to get one. but it has clear disadvantages: the fact is if you use the HDMI-Audio output from a DVD-A/SACD player, at least from my Pioneer Dv610av - which has become defective in a few other areas - it...

Sherwood RD-7503 100-Watt 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver review by Matthew K. Smith can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Matthew K. Smith
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/11/2014
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