Released September, 2010
The Pros:Enough power output per channel to fill a medium to large sized room in the home. Easy setup, speaker terminals color coded, everything is obvious. Good channel separation, cross-talk is minimal to non-existent.
The Cons:Only a single HDMI output, limits your options when it comes to working with other higher end equipment. Midrange not as rich as higher end equipment, distinctly flat ranges. Bass range has a tendency to get "boomy" and lack detail.
The Sherwood RD-7405 is a low-cost A/V receiver. There are 60 watts of power per channel on the RD-7405, and each channel is equipped with a Totally Discrete Amplifier Stage (TDAS), which allows you to pinpoint the sound of each channel, and also cuts back on unwanted noise.
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Each channel is also equipped with a 192 kHz/24 bit digital to analog audio converter, so that you can be sure the quality of your audio in consistent no matter the source. The RD-7405 has adjustable A/V synch delay, in case you need to fine tune the interaction between audio and video. The RD-7405 is a step up from the lower cost RD-5405 model in that RD-7405 has 7.1 channels (as opposed to the RD-5405's 5.1 channels), two composite video inputs, one composite video output, Zone 2 audio preamp, Dolby Pro Logic IIx (as opposed to the RD-5405's Dolby Pro Logic II) and 3 digital inputs (as opposed to 2). There is a model variation available for the Sherwood RD-7405 7.1 channel A/V receiver.
- Model variation
- Dimensions: 17 1/8" x 5 1/2" x 15"
- 7.1 channels
- 60 watts per channel (40 Hz to 20 kHz w/ no more than 0.2% THD into 6 ohms)
- Quartz PLL Synthesized AM/FM tuning
- 30 AM/ FM tuner presets
- Color coded speaker terminals
- Multi-stage Dynamic Range Control
- Adjustable A/V synch delay
- 3 Digital Inputs (2 Coaxial and 1 Optical)
- 2 HDMI inputs
- 2 composite video inputs
- Zone 2 audio preamp
- 1 HDMI output
- Preamp level Subwoofer output
- 5 Audio Inputs (including Tuner) and 2 Audio outputs
- 192 kHz/24 bit Audio digital to analog converters for all channels
- 5 DSP Surround modes (Theater, Hall, Stadium, plus 2 more)
- Totally Discrete Amplifier Stage for all channels
- Dolby Pro Logic IIx
- Dolby Digital
- RD-7405HDR - $249.95, HD radio receiver
User Reviews (1)
enough power output per channel to fill a medium to large sized room in the home
easy setup, speaker terminals color coded, everything is obvious
good channel separation, cross-talk is minimal to non-existent
wide range of input types suitable for older and newer equipment
only a single HDMI output, limits your options when it comes to working with other higher end equipment
midrange not as rich as higher end equipment, distinctly flat ranges
bass range has a tendency to get "boomy" and lack detail
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