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Denon A/V Separates

by December 04, 2006
Filed under: Receivers/Processors

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AVP Processor

The AVP Processor sports virtually all of the features currently found on the AVR-5805CI with some added bonuses including:

  • HDMI 1.3
  • Analog to HDMI Conversion and upscaling to 1080p
  • Realta HQV Processing
  • Dolby TruHD and DTS HD decoding
  • Multi Channel Zone 2 Output for dual surround zones
  • Zone 4 Digital Audio
  • Simply HD Certified silicon image approves connectivity and operability
  • Remote maintenance program
  • Wireless audio streaming with WMA support
  • Balanced outputs

10 Channel Multi Channel Amplifier

  • Full 10 channel amplifier design
  • Full channel assignment configurability
  • Specified Power: 150wpc x 10 or 300 x 5 (bridgeable)
  • In Bridge mode, the amp is fully stable down to 4 ohm loads
  • Balanced inputs
  • VU Front Panel Power Meters
  • Handles on back, 20 amp
  • 10CH
  • UL Certified
  • 140lbs

Based on our experience past Denon flagship receiver models, especially the AVR-5805, Denon's new A/V Separates solution has the potential to re-define the market based on performance and feature firsts to the marketplace.

Pricing has not officially been announced but we'd expect it to be less than a small import car.

For More information, visit: http://www.usa.denon.com

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