Originally Posted by legierk
4) No true .3 output (!). I believe I read someone saying this is a deal breaker for them. As low freqs are non-directional, I personally don't see any benefit to a .3 over a .1 setup. I run 8 x 18"...
Originally Posted by DreamCatcher
Another difference between the 4810 and the 5007...
the 5007 is available in Silver finish.
How many of you would like Denon to offer the silver finish again?
I was looking forward to...
Originally Posted by Brian-HD
How will 4810 compare to 4310? I have have the the 4810 on pre order.
I suppose the 3 things that stand out as different is the processing, power amps and multizone options:
I think (although I...
Originally Posted by AVRat
Agree Mark, I was hoping this would be the unit to replace my 5800.
Crikey - I had one of those - the AVC-A1SE over here in the UK. That is an old unit (circa 2001)!
Yes it is a shame because it...
Originally Posted by biliam1982
So since this can do 11 speakers at once (w/ an external amp), does that mean it has 11 DAC's?
Or does Audyssey share the DAC and send the exact signal to say both FH's.
But then how would...
Originally Posted by Spizz
No it is 11.3 as confirmed in the instruction booklet. Good news for you Mark
Unfortunately, I am afraid that the unit is .1 (as shown on page 14 of the manual) and not .3 - the same signal goes to...