JVC RX-8010V Multi-Channel Dolby Digital AV Receiver for Sale. Great for playing records. Used, but in good working order. C/w owner's manual. The manufacture's description is below...
The JVC RX-8010V features premium performance with its high current power supply capable of handling 4 ohm loads, and a new high performance Motorola DSP. The new 24 bit DSP is capable of executing 150 million instructions per second (MIPS). This DSP power enables the RX-8010V to provide the highest level of accuracy in decoding Dolby Digital and DTS movies. It also makes possible All Channel Stereo, and the JVC exclusive DAP soundfield. The RX-8010V also allows you to play your MP3 files directly from your PC through a front USB input. This new flexibility allows you to play music recorded on your computer with the greatest fidelity.
* 120 watts x 2 min. RMS, both channels driven into 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20kHz with no more than 0.08% THD
* 100 watts x 5 min. RMS, into 8 ohms, 1kHz, 0.8% THD
* DVD Multichannel Audio Compatible (5.1 channel analog input and 5 separate amps) for connection to existing and future multichannel sources such as DVD Audio
* LCD Multi-Brand A/V Remote Control (VCR/TV/CATV/DBS)
* Dolby Digital and DTS decoders built-in for theater quality surround from digital sources
* Dolby Pro Logic in Full Digital Processing
* Fully Discrete Outputs to ensure greater fidelity and longer life
* Digital Acoustics Processor (DAP) with 7 preset sound fields
* AV COMPU LINK provides simple one touch operation between your JVC audio and video components. For example, pop a pre-recorded VHS tape into the VCR and it will automatically power up your receiver and your television and then turn them each to the proper inputs.
* On Screen Display simplifies control by allowing you to choose options from your television screen to operate your receiver
* Dot Matrix Fluorescent Display
* Line level Sub Out
* 5-band Digital S.E.A. equalization with separate presets for each source to give you flexible tone control and minimize sound degradation