Denon announced a new generation of 8K audio/video receivers. They all have HEOS, with which music can be played in multiple rooms. There is support for a range of formats, including Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround, DTS:X, IMAX Enhanced, and Auro 3D. The top model is AVC-A1HWhich supports 9.4.6 channels with a power of 210 watts per channel. This model weighs 32 kilograms and costs 7,000 euros.
Here are three models in the X series, which are AVC-X4800HAnd the X3800H The X2800H. The first two have 9.4 channels, and, like the Model A, you’ll receive a future software update that provides Dirac Live support. The difference between these two models mainly lies in the power per channel, which is 200 and 180 watts respectively. The X4800H costs 2,600 euros, and the X3800H sells for 1,700 euros.
The X2800H It has 7.2 channels of 95W, just like AVR-S970H, which, however, provides an additional 50 watts per channel. The price is 970 euros for both. The X2800H DAB It also has a built-in digital radio, which costs an additional 30 euros.
Denon AVC-X2800H and X2800H DAB.
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