Denon, a world leading provider of top class audio solutions, have this week announced the availability of two new AV receivers. Named the Denon AVR-X3500H and the Denon AVR-X4500H, the two new AV receivers were first announced last month but their availability has now been publicised via Denon’s official blog.
According to the company’s announcement, both new receivers feature the very latest in audio decoding, voice control and streaming technology, whilst each also delivering their own individual features.
The Denon AVR-X4500H is a premium 9.2-channel receiver, delivering outstanding audio quality through nine 200W channels of amplification, made crystal-clear by Advanced AL32 Multichannel processing, according to Denon. The AVR-X3500H, meanwhile, is slated as a ‘fantastically versatile’ 7.2-channel AV receiver, which pumps out 180W per channel.
The cutting edge technology packed into each new AV receiver, what’s more, includes support for three-dimensional sound formats Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, DTS Virtual:X and Auro-3D, Advanced Video Processing with analogue-to-HDMI conversion and built in HEOS and Amazon Alexa support.
Support for the aforementioned 3D sound formats allows for incredible home theatre immersion and the Advanced Video processing ensures the best possible picture, no matter what the source. HEOS and Amazon Alexa support, meanwhile, allow users to utilise their AV receiver as part of a multi-room setup and to control it through spoken commands, rather than using an app or remote.