HDMI 5.1 Receiver
The right HDMI 5.1 receiver can provide a sturdy foundation for a dynamic, expandable
home media center. A high quality HDMI 5.1 receiver should offer ample support for
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) connectivity. HDMI has emerged as the
preferred connection type for a variety of digital audio-video devices including
cable and satellite set-top boxes, game consoles, DVD and Blu-ray players, camcorders,
tablets, and high-def TVs. By purchasing a multi-input HDMI 5.1 receiver, you ensure
support not only for the devices that you have now, but also for additional digital
devices that you may acquire down the road.
While serving as a "future-proof"
home receiver, an HDMI 5.1 receiver can also power surround sound for music,
movies, shows, and games. With its support for five separate full range audio channels
(left, right, center, left surround, and right surround) and one dedicated subwoofer
channel, a 5.1 receiver
lets you experience theater-like sound in the comfort of your living room.
Versatile HDMI Support with an HDMI 5.1 Receiver from Denon
Today there are all kinds of digital multimedia devices that you may want to run
through your audio video receiver. Tomorrow there may be even more. That's why Denon's
AVR-1713 HDMI 5.1 receiver lets you connect six different HDMI player devices simultaneously.
Since the AVR-1713 supports 3D pass-through, you can simultaneously connect a 3D
disk player along with a set-top box, CD player, game console, and more.
To make it a breeze to connect and disconnect a portable device like a camcorder
or tablet, the AVR-1713
5.1 channel receiver includes one HDMI input on the front panel. So if you
want an even more powerful audio experience than you'd get from a Denon
iPad® speaker dock, you can connect your iPad to the front panel of
the AVR-173 and enjoy movies, games, and music in five channel surround sound.
For Even More Options, Add the Denon HDMI 5.1 Receiver to Your Home Network
The AVR-1713 HDMI 5.1 receiver supports ethernet connectivity to your home network
to enable streaming services like SiriusXM Internet Radio, Pandora, and Flickr.
By integrating the AVR-1713 into your home network you can also play audio files
stored on your computer.
Because it features native support for Apple AirPlay, you can also use the AVR-1713
as the centerpiece of a
wireless surround sound system. With your AVR-1713 connected by ethernet
to your wireless router, you can wirelessly stream your iTunes library to the receiver
from any iOS device or from a PC or Mac. For wireless streaming of digital music,
the AVR-1713 HDMI 5.1 receiver with AirPlay offers greater wireless bandwidth than
audio receiver, and lets you be farther away from the receiver with your
iPad, iPhone®, or iPod Touch®.
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