AV Receiver

AV Receivers - Rapallo

The primary function of the AV Receiver is to receive, interpret, and process the audio/video signals and transmit them over some output devices. This is usually done as part of a home theatre setup in a home.

A AV Receivers components include:

  • AV input/output (S/PDIF, HDMI, USB, RCA)
  • Preamplifier
  • Surround-sound decoders (Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos)
  • Power amplifiers (one per channel)
  • Visual Output devices (TV, speaker, monitor) via HDMI

The processing of audio and video signals is simple in these devices.

The source devices send the audio and video signals to the receiver device. The user chooses which input component needs to be fed to the output device and then the preamplifier selects that signal and amplifies it wherever needed.

Next, the AVR sends the video signals to the output device (TV, monitor, etc.) and audio signals to the decoders. The decoder sorts out different sounds from the video and sends the info to the amplifiers to find their respective channel output. Finally, the sounds are sent to the appropriate speakers.

Most today are or can be controlled via a smartphone app. Providing streaming of music as well as visual content.

Come into Rapallo and see the many AVR brands we have on demo in our experience rooms.

We sell  a range of leading AV Receiver brands, so our team are only too happy to help out with any questions you may have. Please contact us via +6492744515 or sales@rapalloav.co.nz.

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