Here comes another major deal on a Denon AVR. Yes, it’s a clearance price because the new models are arriving. But also, yes this AVR has everything you need for running (up to) a 5.2.4 system, and is in no way obsolete. For the next two days, it’s being sold on Newegg.com for $849, an absolute bargain for such a capable device.
The Denon AVR-X4500H has eARC capability and is IMAX Enhanced certified. It offers support for 3D immersive audio formats such as Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D. On the video side, it handles Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG HDR, For the most vivid 4K imagery. 8 HDMI inputs and 3 outputs ensure plenty of AV connectivity, including eARC support. Built in streaming through Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, Airplay2, and Denon’s own HEOS. Moreover, this AVR can be operated with Amazon Alexa voice control. And crucially, this AVR offers Audyssey MultEQ XT32 room correction, including compatibility with the MultEQ Editor app. This is the key to really dialing in your system and getting it sounding just right in your own home.
Anyhow, this is a scorching deal that is running for two more days. This is the best time of the year for AVR bargain hunters.
When this deal ends, or if it sells out, I have a backup plan at 999 bucks. But for now, this is the best price online that I could find.
A comment from a former member noted that Newegg, and also the seller on Newegg (gameliquidations) that are offering the price, are not on the official authorized retailer list on Denon’s website.
Fortunately, I have an alternative:
World Wide Stereo is an authorized retailer and it has refurbished copies of the AVR-X4500H for $999 when the code “AVSFORUM” is applied at checkout. Still less than “web price” on Amazon etc., with warranty, free shipping.
Click here to check out the deal. Remember… AVSFORUM needs to be applied at checkout for the $999 price.
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