Receivers & Amplifiers
“I upgraded to the Denon AVR-2113CI from a Denon AVR-1910. I was very happy with the AVR-1910. It sounded good, and most of all it was reliable. Coming from an Onkyo TX-SR606, I went for AVR-1910 because of the overwhelming complaints of issues with Onkyo. When it was time to upgrade from the AVR-1910, I started looking at Onkyo again. It's difficult to ignore all the features they pack in...” --smeg36
“The 1913 is a great receiver for the money. I was able to snag this receiver from Fry's for $288 from a black Friday sale. Setup - This was super easy. Very straight forward on screen setup was a huge plus. I used the Audyssey calibration to have it auto config my speaker volumes. This was very straight forward and sounded great once complete. There is only a Quick Start Guide and no...” --Craer
“I am no expert but bought it because it fitted the hole in the furniture (I had deept problems) and yes i know. I am in no way having the recuired space around the AVR 1713. It is only used for stereo with my System audio speakers (Danish Brand) and we mainly use it for TV audio and Airplay. The kids (5 and 3) can by them self use the music on the ipad and stream audio. I was impressed comming...” --anders1979
The AVR-1513 5.1-channel AV receiver uses discrete circuitry in its amplifier section, allowing you to thoroughly enjoy the powerful surround sound of all the
“I've been an A/V enthusiast for many years, but May 2012 was the first time in my life that I've had the means to buy anything nice. I did some research and found that AVS seemed to be the best community of experts and enthusiasts to help me make my decision. So, I joined, started reading, and started asking questions. I had two main motivations: 1. I wanted an HDMI receiver. All of my...” --JakeRobb
“I upgraded to the Denon 4311ci from a Denon 4802 (a great AVR!). The 4311ci is a huge improvement in sound quality, with the added features of room EQ and 9.2 channels. This thing rocks! Highly recommend” --schmidtwi
“This AVR is relatively easy to setup using the on screen GUI for the Audyssey MultEQ XT32 auto EQ program which can EQ up to 11 speakers (playing up to 9 at a time with an external 2CH amp) and 2 or more subwoofers. With dual processors (as opposed to only 1 on the lower Denon models), I can run an entire 7.2 setup Audyssey EQ in about 12 minutes from start to finish. As the majority of...” --jdsmoothie
The AVR-X1000 A/V surround receiver provides network functions that let you enjoy Spotify, Pandora, and SiriusXM Internet Radio, as well as AirPlay for enjoying content from your iTunes library stored in an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or a PC or Mac. It also supports the Denon Remote App that lets you operate the basic functions of the AVR-X1000 from your iPhone or Android device. With the...
“Home theater upgrades are often an adult "Christmas", usually ending up in a lot of time peering over manuals, tweaking settings, and ignoring "eye-rolls" from your spouse wondering what the big deal is. Few upgrades mean as much to videophiles quite like a receiver upgrade since they affect so much of the total system's performance. But like many of us, receiver upgrades are rare due to...” --Sevenfeet
The AVR-X3000 A/V receiver lets you enjoy 3D and 4K Ultra HD video along with immersive surround sound. It is equipped with 7-channels of powerful amplification which deliver rich, enveloping surround sound via Audyssey DSX or DTS Neo:X for front height or wide channel playback. The AVR-X3000 is feature packed with the latest in home entertainment technologies, including AirPlay for streaming...