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Pioneer Elite SC-63 Receiver
“We’re not seeing requests for just a TV or just a receiver,” says Melinda J. Foster, marketing director for Century Stereo in San Jose, California. “We’re seeing that they’re buying complete systems and as it pertains to the Super Bowl. The important thing is just to get it done for them in time to watch the game.”
Foster says that the company has seen recent customers looking to pair screens up to 70 inches with the Pioneer Elite SC-63 receiver. This 7.1-channel component has Class D3 amplification that can crank 140 watts of power to each available channel, as well as web streaming and Advanced MCACC auto-calibration. It also has support for Apple’s AirPlay, DLNA 1.5, Bluetooth, Windows 7, and Pioneer’s iOS apps. Another nifty perk is the new Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) input, for adding in a smartphone or other portable. Other features include Marvell Qdeo processing, Advanced Video Adjust, and Stream Smoother technology.
For More Information: Pioneer Electronics
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