Sony STRDA 7100ES 7.1 Home Theater Receiver Review

Filed Under: Audio, Home Theater Reviews

Sony STRDA 7100es Receiver
Ecoustics ran this Sony 7100ES through its paces, and found it a bit lacking in the setup department, as well as being light on the audio side.

But still, it seems a decent entry in the sub 2 grand category.

“The Sony STRDA7100ES has, at its core, all the right moves: seven channels of raw power, all of the latest surround sound decoding options and HDMI capability wrapped in a shiny silver casing worthy of boutique style electronics. Add to that equation its sub-two-thousand-dollar price tag and you’ve got a receiver with a lot going for it. But in all the areas it succeeds, it falters where others have shone.

Its sound with both music and movies comes off a little lifeless and unsure of itself and its own up-conversion claims come with a barrage of fine print. Top it all off with a user interface that is anything but user-friendly and a remote that simply isn’t worth the plastic it’s made of and you’ve got a receiver that comes up short. I am confident that the architecture of this receiver is a solid foundation for success and would consider reviewing a future revision of this product as the art of digital amps gets more advanced and HDMI switching becomes more developed.”


Sony STRDA7100ES 7.1 Home Theater Receiver Review – eCoustics.com

One Response to “Sony STRDA 7100ES 7.1 Home Theater Receiver Review”
  1. Audio-Pro Says:

    I have no trouble with sony STR-DA7100ES receiver. These are not uncommon issues for other receivers, even including the minimal FM tuner and output power limitations, and often, these issues are accompanied by far worse problems…