JVC RX-7030V A/V Receivers

RX-7030V

  • 110 watts x 2 into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.08% THD (stereo) — or 110 x 6 (surround)
  • Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24 and Pro Logic II decoding
  • DTS Neo:6 modes
  • 5-band digital EQ with source-specific memory presets
  • analog direct mode
  • component video switching: 2 in, 1 out (35MHz)
  • digital inputs: 3 optical, 1 coaxial
  • optical digital output
  • 2 audio and 3 A/V inputs (including 3 S-video and one 5.1-channel)
  • preamp-level subwoofer output
  • multibrand remote control
  • AV CompuLink
  • 30 FM/15 AM presets
  • no phono input
  • 2 sets of main speaker outputs
  • 17-1/16"W x 6-3/16"H x 17-5/16"D

User Reviews (1)

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Coldwater   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 17, 2004]
Strength:

110 w min per channel, EX/ES capable, virtual Surround back.

Weakness:

needs to be placed with ventilation in mind, runs hot. Heavy.

This is one reciever that will not disappoint. 110 min into 8 channels (2 fronts, 1 center, 2 side surrounds and 1 or 2 back speakers). Most speaker terminals are banana plug, the front 2 terinals are normal type. The video inputs are as follows: 2 vcr (1 in, 1 out), Cd, dvd, dvd multi, tv/dbs and tape/cdr. It's also got plenty of digital inputs, 3 optical, 1 coax, plus 1 optical out. I have my DPL2, Neo6 and DSPs so I'm happy with my purchase. There's also other features like built in radio, speaker level control, sub out, digial EQ, and quick speaker setup.

Similar Products Used: panasonic stuff.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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