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RCA RT2911 1000W HDMI Home Theater AV Receiver System

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RCA RT2911 1000W HDMI Home Theater AV Receiver System
Experience the thrill of stunning Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound while listening to music or watching movies with the RCA 1000W Home Theater AV Receiver. Play HDMI audio while passing HDMI video through your TV thanks to full HDMI switching capability. This home theater is ideal for HDTVs and Blu-ray players.
  • Home theater AV receiver
  • 4 Satellite speakers
  • Center speaker
  • Subwoofer
  • 1000W power usage
  • Built-in 5.1 channel Dolby Digital surround sound
  • 1 Front-panel and 2 rear-panel AUX audio inputs
  • Optical and coaxial digital audio inputs
  • 3 HDMI inputs
  • 1 HDMI output
  • Full HDMI switching
  • 6.5mm Headphone output
  • Front-panel Line in jack
  • AM/FM digital tuner with station presets
  • Remote control (battery included)
  • Made in China
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1 Year Warranty

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RCA RT2911 1000W HDMI Home Theater AV Receiver System
 
4.0

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4.0

Awesome for the money!

By Dusty Mac

from SE Michigan

About Me Gamer, Movie Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Bass
  • Clear Sound
  • Good Remote
  • Impressive
  • Loud
  • Thundering Bass

Cons

  • Audio Delay After Pause
  • Difficult To Set Up
  • Poor Interface
  • Sometimes Boots Up Loudly

Best Uses

  • Living Room
  • Movies
  • Surround Sound Solution
  • Television Shows

Comments about RCA RT2911 1000W HDMI Home Theater AV Receiver System:

If you pause a movie and then resume, about 5 seconds will go by before the audio will kick back in. Probably a design flaw, but I work around that by pressing play and then pause, you'll hear the box whirr to life and then press play.

Sometimes when you first start it it will be really loud like its reading a disc, which is odd because there is no disc drive. It makes me nervous, but nothing bad has happened.

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