I bought this receiver to replace my old analog equipment (Mclintosh separates) to get me up to speed with digital equipment. Stereo Music 2 channel sound was most important to me. The amps in...
Audyssey,great amps, very good featurtes features, good remotes
a little complicated to set every thing up, but worth the results
I bought this receiver to replace my old analog equipment (Mclintosh separates) to get me up to speed with digital equipment. Stereo Music 2 channel sound was most important to me. The amps in this receiver are excellent and once you get Audyssey set up correctly and use the built- in DAT, Restorer HQ, your speakers will come alive. I still use and love my ADS 980 speakers for my mains. They have never sounded better. I was surprised at how good the surround was compared to my other surround systems. Learning how to get the most out of Audysssy and make minor adjustments as to your taste in sound for your room, I think this is the receiver for you. I love Internet Radio. You can get great sound quality from stations all over the world. This receiver has so many options for you to create all most any configuration of system you might want. The remotes are much improved (ease of use) from earlier Denon's .
Then the price. This is one of the best featured receivers on the market for the price. Lab test have shown the amps are putting out way more then the rating of 140 watts. Most test showed 190 + watts. That is times 9. As you can see, I have had mine for almost 2 years and not a problem. I use it every day. There are some great forums for this receiver and with Audyssey set ups. Worth the read..