A stereo amplifier is a home entertainment component that acts as a glorified volume control. It is the hub that everything else plugs into. Sometimes the following components are built in: FM receiver, AM receiver, digital satellite radio and/or DVD (Digital Video Disc) player. It should have connectors on the front or back for the following components:
|3-7 Speakers||out||bare wire|
|Home Theatre Speaker system||out||HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), Wireless, Ethernet, S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format) (coaxial), TOSLINK (optical)|
|Headphone||out||0.64 cm (¼ in)|
|Computer||in||HDMI, Wireless, Ethernet, S/PDIF (coaxial), TOSLINK (optical)|
|CD||in||RCA (Radio Corporation of America)|
If you buy a new stereo receiver, make sure it has the connectors you need for your current components. In Norway, FM has been discontinued in favour of digital. You might want to be prepared.$129.95
|recommend electronic⇒Yamaha Natural Sound Stereo Receiver (R-S201BL)|
|The Natural Sound series have fewer buttons that usual. Most of the time, you forget what the buttons do, somebody plays with then you get less than optimal sound. Comes with a remote. Has FM but not digital radio. No phono. Supports only two speakers.|
|Greyed out stores probably do not have the item in stock|
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