Announcing its latest flagship home theater product, the global AV equipment manufacturer Denon has introduced its AVR-A1H AV Receiver.
The newly announced 15.4-channel AV receiver incorporates a large power transformer to augment the unit’s 15-channels of amplification, which is capable of producing power levels up to 150-watts per channel. Denon emphasizes the AVR-A1H AV Receiver enables integrators to configure immersive audio systems up to 9.4.6, and the unit also supports whole-house audio through its integrated HEOS technologies.
On the video side of the home AV equation, Denon points out the AVR-A1H AV Receiver provides 8K pass-through, as well as 8K upscaling of 4K content and a wealth of other state-of-the-art video technologies that are all part of the modern home entertainment landscape.
Internally, the latest Denon home theater receiver utilizes dual-core, 1GHz digital signal processing (DSPs) to power the latest room correction technologies, including Dirac Live and Audyssey Laboratories MultEQ, and the receiver also employs audiophile-quality DACs (digital-to-analog converters) on all 19 channels.
In addition, Denon stresses that through the inclusion of its HEOS platform, the AVR-A1H AV receiver enables integrators to setup multiple zones of wireless audio through the use of other HEOS-enabled products such as Denon Home speakers.
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