Wireless Surround Sound System
Today you most often play your favorite music not from a stationary device like
a CD player but rather from your portable iOS devices – your iPod Touch®,
iPhone®, or iPad®. Wouldn't it be great if you could enjoy your iTunes collection
in surround sound, while still being free to roam around your home with your iOS
device in hand? That's exactly what you can do with a new Apple-friendly wireless
surround sound system from Denon.
Unleash Your iTunes with a Wireless Surround Sound System from Denon
Denon sound systems
are known for exceptional sound quality, cutting edge features, and ease of use.
So it's no surprise that our premium audio video receivers were the first to natively
support Apple AirPlay wireless streaming technology. With their built-in AirPlay,
Denon receivers can be paired with a high quality set of speakers (like Boston Acoustics)
to create a state-of-art wireless surround sound system. You can easily create a
wireless surround sound system with any of Denon's AirPlay-supporting receivers
- The AVR-1713 5.1 channel wireless surround sound receiver with 80 watts per channel
- The AVR-1913 7.1 channel wireless surround sound receiver with 90 watts per channel
- The AVR-3313CI 7.2 channel wireless surround sound receiver with 125 watts per channel
To set up a wireless surround sound system, you make an ethernet connection between
your Denon audio receiver
and your home network's wireless router. You'll then be able to wirelessly stream
your iTunes library to the receiver from any iOS device or from a Mac or PC with
What's Great About an AirPlay Wireless Surround Sound System
For users of Apple multimedia products, an AirPlay-based wireless surround sound
system from Denon is a smarter choice than a
Bluetooth audio receiver, for many reasons:
- AirPlay provides exceptional wireless sound quality. Because it leverages your home
WiFi network and has higher bandwidth than Bluetooth, AirPlay doesn't have to compress
audio data in transmission like Bluetooth does.
- AirPlay has wider wireless connectivity range than Bluetooth. With Bluetooth you
need to keep your iOS device close by the receiver; with AirPlay you can roam around
your home with your iOS device in hand, while music streams uninterrupted to your
- AirPlay doesn't require a "pairing" process like Bluetooth does, so it's
easier for your visiting friends with iOS devices to wirelessly stream those new
tracks they want to share with you.
- With iTunes on your Mac or PC, you can wirelessly stream music to multiple systems
in different rooms. For example, you can simultaneously stream the same music to
your Denon HDMI 5.1
receiver or 7.2 receiver
in your living and to your Denon
iPad dock in your bedroom.
Learn more about the Denon AVR-1713 5.1 channel wireless surround sound receiver.
Learn more about the Denon AVR-1913 7.1 channel wireless surround sound receiver.
Learn more about the Denon AVR-3313CI 7.2 channel wireless surround sound receiver.
Find out where
you can purchase a Denon wireless surround sound receiver.