Denon has announced three new HEOS AV receivers that extend its Denon HEOS range, currently consists of AVR-X540BT, AVR-X1400H, and AVR-X2400H. Three new Denon HEOS AV receivers include AVR-X3400H, AVR-X4400H and AVR-X6400H. All AV receivers support major audio formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.
Two high-end amplifiers also sport Auro-3D, which is the next generation three-dimensional audio standard. It provides a realistic life-like sound experience, thanks ‘Height’ channel configuration, recorded acoustic reflections are reproduced by these speakers and are heard naturally due to the fact that sounds originate from around as well as above the listener.
All three Denon AV receivers are compatible with HEOS multi-room technology, the platform developed by Denon to spread the sound throughout the house. Denon AVR-X6400H has a 5.1 bi-amping mode, new 32-bit digital-to-analogue converter and new high-performance volume IC. Its 11 channels each output 205 watts, with 13.2 processing and 13.2 pre-out. There are also eight HDMI sockets with 4K 60Hz pass-through (HDCP 2.2).
While the Denon AVR-X4400H drops to 9.2 channels, offers nine 200-watt channels with 11.2 processing, and eight HDMI sockets with 4K pass-through. Finally, Denon AVR-X3400H has seven 180-watt channels, the AVR-X2400H has 150 watts per channel. Full specifications will be released closer to its launch. Obviously, there will be a wide connectivity (including wireless), high-resolution audio support, streaming services and compatibility with HDR10, Dolby Vision and HLG.
Price and Availability
Denon AVR-X3400 will arrive in August with the price tag of £900. The two higher-end products will be available in September: AVR-X4400H will be offered at £1,300, while AVR-X6400H will cost £2,100.