Post Thumbnail

If you're wondering just when you can envelop yourself in Dolby Atmos sound at home, Denon is more than happy to tell you. The home theater firm says it will launch two Atmos-equipped AV receivers, the X4100W and X5200W, in the US this October. Neither will be cheap, as the bleeding-edge tech impl

5 months ago 0 Comments
July 23, 2014 at 5:35PM
Post Thumbnail

We knew that Denon and Marantz receivers components would be the first to get upgraded to support AirPlay, but we didn't think it would take quite this long. The patch to add AirPlay support to nine network-enabled receivers and other devices. It was also supposed to be free until November 7th. Wel

3 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

This probably isn't going to get you on or off of the Denon bandwagon by itself, but the company has just announced several of its networked receivers are officially compatible with Windows 7. We fell in love with the ease of Play To during our initial review, and the AVR-4310CI, AVR-3310 CI, A

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Denon released the AVC-1610 receiver to its Japanese customers, and we can only assume it will make its way to other markets soon as the replacement for, of course, the AVR-1609 model. The specs we teased out of the machine translation look pretty good -- the same 75-Watt (130-Watt maximum into 6-O

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Denon isn't typically known for throwing out any futuristic pieces of AV luxury, rather, it tends to side with the more traditional, classy look. Of course, there's always a first time for everything, and while we're highly doubtful that this supposed Denon rendering will actually come to fruition,

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It really isn't too often we find ourselves covering home theater receivers, but then again it isn't really often a company like Denon launches such a grandiose receiver that it might sets you back £4,800 (about $8,850 US). It might please you to know that for that somewhat sizable chunk of c

8 years ago 0 Comments