Denon launches Five new AV Receivers and Amplifiers

Denon has introduced several new models of AV receivers and amplifiers to its offer. They have been designed to provide home theater lovers with the highest possible sound quality. The new Denon AV receiver models have been tuned by the Denon Sound Master team and feature Denon craftsmanship and a unique and refined sound.

Denon AV Receiver AVC-A1H

The new Denon AV receiver line components support popular 3D formats such as Dolby Atmos, DTS: X, IMAX Enhanced, and Auro 3D, along with Dolby Surround and DTS: X. Most Denon AVR receiver models feature HEOS Built-In technology for multi-room setup, allowing users to stream their favorite music, podcasts or sports events to HEOS family devices such as Denon Home wireless speakers. Getting started is easy and simple thanks to the new HD GUI and Denon’s award-winning setup assistant.

Denon A-Series

Denon AVC-A1H: This is the latest in Denon’s class-leading series of AV amplifiers, designed with the ultimate home theater experience in mind. With 15 channels of amplification, the most powerful Denon transformer, carefully selected components, and a massive, rigid structure, the flagship AVC-A1H enables you to get a professional cinema experience at home. It is the perfect choice for cinema-goers of the highest caliber to fill the largest of rooms with 3D surround sound. With a future software update, A1H will gain Dirac Live functionality.

Denon AVC-A1H home theater receiver has been priced at $6,499, and it can be pre-ordered via the Bhphotovideo.com website.

Denon X-Series

Denon AVC-X4800H: This 9.4 channel AV amplifier with 200 watts per channel provides a breathtaking 3D sound that perfectly matches the high-definition 8K picture. With nine channels of amplification and up to four independent subwoofers, Dolby Atmos and DTS: X formats as well as IMAX Enhanced and Auro 3D, this amplifier will fill large rooms with cinema-quality sound. The X4800 will support Dirac Live functionality with a future software update.

Denon AV Receiver AVC-X4800H

Denon AVC-X4800H has been priced at $2,499, and it can be pre-ordered via the Bhphotovideo.com website.

Denon AVC-X3800H: Offering 180 watts per channel, the 9.4-channel 8K AV Amplifier provides an immersive 3D audio experience combined with incredible picture quality to satisfy the most discerning home theater enthusiast. The X3800 will support Dirac Live functionality with a future software update.

Denon AV Receiver AVC-X3800H

Denon AVC-X3800H has been priced at $1,699, and it can be pre-ordered via the Bhphotovideo.com website.

Denon AVR-X2800H: Fill mid-sized rooms with refined sound with this 7.2 channel AV Receiver with 95 watts per channel. It boasts extensive HDMI 2.1 connectivity with three 8K inputs, which translates into higher video resolution and refresh rate support. The DAB model is additionally equipped with digital radio.

Denon AV Receiver AVC-X2800H

Denon AVC-X2800H has been priced at $1,199, and it can be pre-ordered via the Bhphotovideo.com website.

Denon S-Series

Denon AVR-S970H: Offering 145 watts per channel, the 7.2-channel AV Receiver offers three 8K inputs for better HDMI 2.1 connectivity and higher video resolution and refresh rate.

Denon AVR-S970H

Denon AVR-S970H has been priced at $899, and it can be pre-ordered via the Bhphotovideo.com website.

Denon recently introduced the DHT-S217 budget soundbar for less than $250, which still supports Dolby Atmos. You have to do without an external subwoofer, but there are integrated bass speakers.

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