Japanese audio company Denon has launched five new home theatre receivers, ranging from the top-end premium market to a more affordable sub-$2000 model.
The first flagship product, the AVC-A110, celebrates Denon’s 110th anniversary in a unique limited edition colour scheme.
The AVC-A110 is a 13.2Ch 8K AV amplifier with 3D audio, HEOS Built-In and voice control.
Priced at $11.390, the AVC-A110 combines Dolby Atmos, DTS:X Pro, IMAX Enhanced and Aura-3D for sharp and vivid colour.
The AVC-A110 also works with newly introduced Denon Home Speakers to let users enjoy a whole-home audio experience.
Next is the $6,199 model, the AVC-X6700H, which also boasts 3D Audio, HEOS Built-in and Voice Control.
The AVC-X6700H features a monolithic power amplifier design with Denon custom-made transistors and identical circuit topology on all 11 channels, each rated at 205W.
It also delivers the ultimate home theatre experience with 8K/60Hz pass-through and upscaling, 4K/120Hz pass-through for gaming, and support for the latest HDMI specifications.
Denon has also released three more affordable home theatre AV receivers.
The AVC-X4700H for $3499, the AVC-X3700H for $2699 and the AVR-X2700H for $1999.
The AVC-X4700H is a 9.2 channel 8K amplifier with 200W per channel, the X3700H is also 9.2 with 180W per channel while the AVR-X2700H is 7.2ch with 150W per channel.
All five products work with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple AirPlay.
The home theatre AV receivers are available now through Denon.com.