Receivers & Amplifiers
“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
“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
“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
“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
“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
Denon AVR4310CI 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity
The new AVR-4310CI is a technological tour de force, designed for consumers wanting to network their AV system. Ethernet connectivity opens up your AV system to host of exciting capabilities like audio and jpeg photo streaming and Internet radio. Additionally, subscription music services like Rhapsody and Napster are supported. The AVR4310CI packs a punch with 7-channels of onboard...
“I don't need much in an AVR. I need it to route AV signals from my components to my TV over HDMI. I need it to connect to my home LAN so that I can control it over IP using the Roomie iPhone App. I need it to make good-sounding noise come out of my 7.1 speakers. And I need it to not bug me. By these standards, and considering the blockbuster price I paid for it, I'm thrilled. There's one thing...” --spblat
“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
“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 AVR-1613 allows you to enjoy not only the dynamic surround sound of the latest 3D videos in a 5.1-channel home theater but offers a variety of advanced network capabilities as well. These functions let you listen to thousands of free Internet radio stations or play music files stored on a shared hard disk (NAS) or PC. Since the AVR-1613 also supports AirPlay, you can listen to music content...