Receivers & Amplifiers
“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
“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. ...” --cindyj3730
For the ultimate home theater experience, Denon presents the ultimate A/V surround sound and video processor - the AVP-A1HDCI. With features and capabilities simply not found on any other controller, the AVP-A1HDCI sets the standard for both audio and video processing ability, along with state-of-the-art next-generation digital media connectivity with built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)...
“I purchased the x4000 to replace my onkyo 809, merely for the fact of gaining the highest Audyssey XT32 (as compared to the multeQ XT). What a difference the XT32 makes...My FR was MUCH flatter..and the sub EQ was phenominal. Sounds were much more crisp and not muddied by virtue of the XT32 present in the Denon....also it was able to reduce many ringing due to reflections in my untreated room...” --Brian Fineberg
“My Denon avr-4520ci review LOVE IT. I have had this receiver for 1 year now and all I can say is WOW. This thing s a beast of a machine it has just about everything you could ask for and more. It is a 11.2 channel receiver with 9 internal amps that can be confederate and any way you would like, but goes up to 11 channels with a 2 ch amplifier added. It has all the known sound modes you could...” --dusty123
“first let me say that this is in fact the very first DENON product I've ever owned. I've always been a fan of Yamaha. my reason for switching to Denon on my new receiver was because of the size of this receiver. my entire A/V system is wall mounted and I needed a receiver that would fit on my wall mounted audio rack. Yamaha simply didn't offer a unit that would match the capability of this...” --excusemaker
6.1 Channel Surround / 75 Watts per channel / Dimensions (W x H x D) - 17-1/8 x 5-7/8 x 16-15/16 inches / Remote Control Virtual Surround (for use with 2 speakers) Speaker A/B (front) selector Subwoofer Pre-out, with Variable Hi/Low Pass Cross-over points(80/100/120/150Hz) Front Panel A/V inputs, including Optical Digital input 6 Channel External Input (for DVD-Audio & SACD ) with...
“ Denon AVR-2312CI Networked A/V Receiver Review Five Star Rating -- Excellent Purchased the Denon AVR-2312CI receiver April 2012. It has performed above my expectations. The Denon is the core of my home theatre system and was chosen for several reasons. It replaces an older Denon unit which has been perfectly reliable; the new unit has internet connection, ARC and 3D capability,...” --wgb04
Transforming any ordinary home theater into an extraordinary one, the Denon AVR-1912 7.1 Home Theater Receiver offers a 3D experience with exceptional picture and dynamic sound quality. Equipped with the latest inputs and network functions, this robust receiver brings out the best in your Blu-ray/DVD players, game consoles, and other entertainment devices. The AVR-1912 boasts an equal amp power...
“OK, this will be short and sweet: My Denon receiver is the AVR-1312 and was purchased for under $200. Some might think that's pretty much asking for trouble, but let me tell you, it wasn't. Its features include: Fully Discrete, identical quality and power for all 5 channels (110 W x 5ch) HDMI 1.4a with 3D, Deep Color and x.v.Color function 4-HDMI inputs and 1 output High definition audio...” --Wolfie