All In Denon
Sound United has released new Denon and Marantz firmware updates for the brands’ A/V Receivers (AVRs). With this update home theater users will enjoy DTX:Pro for 13 channels of decoding of DTS:X/IMAX DTS:X content, and the company says DTS Neural:X capabilities have been expanded up to 13-channels. The update also enables the Denon AVR-X8500H and Marantz […]
Robert Archer · November 11, 2020
Partner in The Audio Store in Newington, Conn., since 1988, Misteri led the retail store’s custom electronics business for decades.
CE Pro Editors · August 21, 2020
Here’s a look at the latest receivers from some of consumer electronics’ most popular manufacturers.
Robert Archer · July 28, 2020
ClareOne wireless control panel fills middle ground between limited-use alarm systems and full-blown smart home systems with a single-panel solution.
Jason Knott · July 09, 2020
Denon’s new $649 AVR-S960H is a 7.2-channel receiver that offers immersive audio, 8K and HDR10+ compatibility.
Robert Archer · June 30, 2020
Denon has introduced a new generation of X Series receivers that are designed to be 8K ready.
Robert Archer · June 04, 2020
The Sound United, HTSA alliance gives the buying group’s members access to brands such as Denon, Marantz, Classe, and Definitive Technology.
Robert Archer · May 19, 2020
Providing homeowners with the latest whole-house audio technologies, the new High-Res Wireless 150, 250 and 350 Series of products utilize the company’s HEOS platform. Denon says that its new High-Res Wireless speakers can be used by professional integrators to assemble a range of multiroom audio systems via HEOS. The products incorporate capacity-touch controls with options […]
Robert Archer · December 11, 2019
A pocket slider door tucked behind the projection screen allows this home theater to open up to reveal the Las Vegas skyline at the touch of a button.
CE Pro Editors · December 03, 2019
Denon’s new DCD-600NE CD player and PMA-600NE Integrated Amplifier are reasonably priced products that are designed to help users get started as audio enthusiasts.
Robert Archer · August 26, 2019