The modern home receiver is a remarkably versatile and powerful piece of equipment.
A high quality home receiver can integrate all your music and video devices and
deliver an immersive home entertainment experience beyond anything that was possible
just a few short years ago. In the best home receiver systems, such as those made
by Denon, you can expect valuable advanced features like:
- Comprehensive device connectivity, including multiple HDMI connectors.
- Video upscaling from standard to high definition.
- State-of-art surround
Bring it All Together with a Denon Home Receiver
With many of today's digital media devices converging around HDMI as the preferred
means of high definition video and audio connectivity, it's important to choose
an audio video
receiver with generous HDMI support. For example, the Denon AVR-1913 7.1
channel home receiver provides six different HDMI input connectors, and one HDMI
output; and the Denon AVR-3313CI 7.2 channel home receiver supports seven HDMI inputs
and three separate HDMI outputs. Both of these premium home receiver systems also
support a wide variety of other connection types, including coaxial analog and digital
audio, optical digital audio, composite video, and component video (the AVR-3313CI
also supports S-video).
Compared to some 7.1 and
7.2 receivers, these Denon home receiver models also offer more versatile
networking features, including Ethernet connectivity and support for internet radio
services like Pandora, as well as Apple AirPlay for wireless streaming of your iTunes
library from a mobile device or personal computer. A front-side USB port is also
standard on both these home receiver models.
Standard Video In, High Def Video Out
Both the Denon AVR-1913 home receiver and the Denon AVR-3313CI home receiver support
video upscaling, to convert standard definition analog video into high definition
signals. The AVR-1913 converts standard audio inputs to high-def 1080p. The AVR-3313CI
upscales all video to 4K, the latest and greatest high definition standard (with
four times the definition of the already high-def 1080p standard). The AVR-33013CI
home receiver exploits the full potential of leading edge 4K TVs while still being
entirely compatible with conventional high-def TVs.
A Home Receiver to Power Your Surround Sound
The AVR-1913 7.1 channel
audio receiver delivers seven 90-watt surround sound channels, each powered
by its own discrete circuit for optimal sound reproduction. The AVR-3313CI 7.2 receiver
drives a full 125 watts through each of its seven channels, and also offers dual
sub-woofer outputs. Both of these premium
sound systems feature built-in Audyssey technologies that dynamically optimize
surround sound performance in response to the acoustics of your room and the capabilities
of your speakers.
Learn more about the Denon AVR-1913 7.1 channel home receiver.
Learn more about the Denon AVR-3313CI IN-Command 7.2 channel home receiver.
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you can purchase a Denon home receiver.