January 09, 2010 by EH Staff
Great audio can come in a small package, like the NetBoxx™ A/V Streaming Receiver. It continues our 50 year standard of audio excellence. The Netboxx, with a new form factor, new green amplifier technology and the unprecedented ability to play physical, Internet and streaming media, is an audio receiver that can truly be called 21st-century-ready.
Although 3D TV and Net-Connected TV seemed to be getting all the attention at CES 2010, there was a lot more to see. One example is the increasing incorporation of Net-Connected features into home theater receivers. One such receiver on display was Sherwood’s Netboxx, which is a full-featured multi-channel home theater receiver that also includes direct access to a variety of Web content from providers such as Hulu, Vunow, YouTube, and a full array of internet radio and TV offerings. For more details, the user manual is now available for download.
Some key features of the NetBoxx include
- HD Audio Decoding for Blu-Ray
- DTS-HD(Master Audio / High Resolution Audio)
- Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus
- Legacy Audio Decoding
- DTS-ES(Discrete / Matrix)
- DTS-96/26, DTS Neo:6 (Cinema/Music)
- Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital-EX, Dolby Digital Prologic Ilx
- Dual Advanced 32-bit processing DSP chip
- Dolby Volume
- Multi channel PCM Decoding
Sherwood Electronic Labs was founded in Chicago in 1953 to manufacture an amplifier designed by legendary audio engineer Ed Miller. Determined to design high performance audio gear and to manufacture it themselves, Miller and his partner John Snow created a company that has long set the standard for audio excellence and efficient manufacturing.
Sherwood America 13101 Moore Street Cerritos, CA 90703 U.S.A.
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(562) 741-0960 (Ext. 103)
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