Denon Adds Mid-Priced AVR-X4200W, AVR-X3200W Receivers
In addition to the inclusion of features such as Dolby Atmos decoding, HDMI 2.0a, Wi-Fi connectivity and Audyssey MultEQ XT, Denon's AVR-X4200W and AVR-X3200W receivers also incorporate RS-232 for control system integration, Apple AirPlay and DLNA to facilitate digital file streaming, and ISF certification.
It’s fair to say that for at least a generation of consumers, the large electronics company Denon has been known for its line of A/V receivers. Helping to maintain and grow followers, Denon is introducing two receivers that offer everything a new generation of consumers want from a modern A/V receiver.
Denon’s AVR-X4200W and AVR-X3200W receivers are competitively priced and offer a complete selection of features highlighted by the inclusion of Dolby’s state-of-the-art, object-based surround sound format Atmos, as well as multiple HDMI 2.0a inputs that support full 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range) video.
The receivers, which will be available shortly from the company, offer features such as DTS:X (DTS’ object-based surround sound format) through firmware updates that will be available later this year, eight HDMI inputs that include HDCP 2.2, Advanced Video processing to upscale up to 1080p and 4K levels, front-panel USB inputs, support for FLAC, AIFF and DSD high-resolution audio files, Apple AirPlay and DLNA network technologies, Audyssey MultEQ XT with Audyssey Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ, 7.2-channel pre-outs, and options to support the company’s Denon AVR Remote App for iOS and Android.
In addition, the AVR-X4200W also offers Auro-3D (paid download upgrade); Dolby Atmos up to 5.1.4 or 7.1.2 (with additional amplifier); Audyssey MultEQ XT32, Sub EQ HT and LFC; moving magnet phono input; 13.2-channel pre-out; three multiroom zones; clock jitter reducer for digital content.
The AVR-X3200W ($999 MSRP) is rated to deliver 105 watts to each of its seven channels, while the AVR-X4200W ($1,499 MSRP) delivers 125 watts to each of its seven channels.
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