With the Denon Home 150, your favourite music is always at your fingertips. This small and stylish speaker delivers great, room-filling sound.
With the Denon Home 250, an enjoyable morning is always at your fingertips. Meet this stylish wireless speaker that offers great sound for the whole family.
Unleashing your inner chef with the perfect soundtrack is just a tap away with the Quick Select buttons of the Denon Home 350. Discover its ground-breaking sound and possibilities.
A New Anniversary Edition A/V Receiver, Integrated Amplifier, SACD Player, and Cartridge Offer Best-in-Class Audio Performance and Commemorative Design
You’ve been recently reading here about what HDMI 2.1 is and why you need it. You want to be on top of everything and get a more detailed insight into this hot topic for home theater enthusiasts like you? Let’s go deeper into the improvements HDMI 2.1 offer.
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the most important connection method between sources such as Blu-ray players, gaming consoles or media players, and displays like TVs or projectors.
A couple weeks ago, a review from Audio Science Review (ASR) was brought to the attention of Denon personnel. ASR completed various measurements of the newly announced Denon AVR-X4700H AV receiver, benchmarking it against the Denon AVR-X3600H released last year. In ASR‘s findings, the Denon AVR-X4700H performed worse than the preceding model in various tests.
When it comes to home entertainment, we've really never had it so good. From discs to streaming, TV shows to films, there’s a never-ending supply of great content that sounds and looks amazing to enjoy from the comfort of your armchair. And thanks to an abundance of premium AV products from manufacturers like Denon, it’s refreshingly simple to see and hear this great content in all its glory.
What’s the purpose of a decent AV Receiver and surround speaker setup? To bring real cinema feeling to your home, with all the room-shaking bass, stuff flying all around and the feeling you are pulled directly into the action. Here are three outstanding movie scenes to really test your home theater’s ability to suspend disbelief.
VISTA, Calif. (June 30, 2020)— Denon®, defining audio excellence since 1910, today announced its latest 8K-ready AV receiver, the AVR-S960H. The first 8K-ready AV receiver in Denon’s S-Series line, the AVR-S960H features Denon’s legendary sound quality, a suite of new AV technologies and simple setup features designed to produce best 4K home theater system today with 8K on tap to easily upgrade the family room in the future.
(June 27, 2020) A recent review was brought to the attention of Denon wherein the reviewer contrasted the performance of two Denon products—the Denon AVR-X3600H and the recently announced AVR-X4700H—against one another.
One of the many great achievements of today’s wireless speakers is the huge variety of music sources available, from thousands of Internet Radio stations to well-curated streaming playlists featuring rock, pop, classic, or any other of your favorite genres. The natural downside of this is that you rely on your smartphone to open the app to play your music.
At the beginning of 2020, Denon launched three new wireless speakers called Denon Home 150, Denon Home 250, and Denon Home 350, which all feature HEOS Built-in. These speakers bring music to any room in your home, with total ease-of-use, access to almost unlimited music sources, and impressive acoustic performance, based on the company’s 110 years of sound innovation.
Denon and Marantz Owners Will Enjoy the Benefits of Roon’s Graphically Rich Subscription-Based Music Management Capabilities When Connected to Certified Devices
Close your eyes. Replace the image in front of you with empty darkness. Now, imagine trying to fumble through the world without sight, just as Malorie must navigate an apocalyptic world with two nameless children in the Netflix blockbuster Bird Box.
Record Store Day 2019 is upon us and the idea of “Spring Cleaning” definitely applies to your turntable and vinyl collection to ensure you’re maximizing fidelity. It’ll take you a long way as you celebrate this musical day and the many others to follow.
Cutting-edge home theater is synonymous with Denon excellence, and typically why thousands of people choose to experience our products at tradeshows. At CEDIA 2018, for example, Denon products drove one of the industry’s first IMAX Enhanced demonstrations with the powerful, 13-channel AVR-X8500H, which proved itself the talk of the event. CES 2019 saw a shift toward its other strength — perfect music reproduction — with a focus on Hi-Fi gear, demonstrating its lasting legacy in fantastic-sounding two-channel listening products and reminding attendees why Denon has been at the forefront of the experience for more than a century.
Is this the end of cable as we know it? Thanks to the proliferation of video streaming services and platforms like YouTube TV, Apple TV and Sling, TV and movie fans have more viewing options than ever before. Best of all, they can pick and choose which subscriptions they want to pay for, rather than get locked into a cable package that may include channels they don't want and will never watch.
With the holiday season in full swing, now is the perfect time to gather the family and enjoy quality time together. Of course, any holiday family gathering needs a suitably festive soundtrack, and nothing fits the mood of the season better than the warm crackle of a vinyl record.
Shopping for your family members can be tough — keeping the conversation neutral during dinnertime tougher still. One of the best, universally adored presents for our baby boomer parents is something transportive, sentimental and a good time for all — music. Here’s our hand-picked list of albums that your parents will enjoy.
The most distinct attraction of a great video game is the ability to enter an escapist realm separate from our day-to-day reality. In the latest titles for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and other major consoles, you can be anyone or anything: an elite soldier, an NBA superstar, a man of the Old West brought back into a world of gunfighting and thievery — you name it, there's a game for it.
"Artisanal" speaks to the craftsmanship and quality of a product — factors that discerning buyers consider before making any purchase. Carefully designed and manufactured items that use only the highest-quality materials provide the best experience. It’s true of craft beer, hand-picked coffee beans or over-ear headphones. Regardless of the specific industry, connoisseurs gravitate toward meticulously crafted products that source only the best materials available.
The NFL season's in full swing, and it's already shaping up to be a year full of surprises, upsets and last-second wins. Offensively minded teams like the Chiefs, Rams and Eagles are reshaping the game to be more exciting than ever before.
Ask any record hound: Keeping up a solid vinyl collection is hard work. You have to worry about records warping, breaking or scratching, and be diligent in upkeep and care to maintain pristine sound quality.
The introduction of the first universal remote in promised a simpler, better way for consumers to control their entire home theater. From that day in 1985, TVs, VCRs, stereo systems and other media players could all be controlled through a single remote.
School is in session, sending undergrads back into the library to hit the books. Midterms will be here before you know it, and you don't want anything to get in the way of your cram sessions.
Next-gen video game consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One take full advantage of the latest high-definition television capabilities, supporting 4K video playback. The current gold standard in video resolution, 4K Ultra HD enables more detailed, crisp visuals than ever.
More gamers are flocking to mobile platforms to get their fix these days. With a massive built-in install base numbering in the hundreds of millions — according to the Pew Research Center, more than three-quarters of Americans own a smartphone — mobile gaming has a distinct advantage over traditional console or PC markets.
CEDIA 2018 expo was a knockout year for Denon. The Denon AVR-X8500H swept the awards, winning all five available titles. The 13.2 channel AVR helped power the latest in sound coding, IMAX Enhanced — a new three-dimensional sound format and color story from IMAX. Take a look at what happened behind the scenes.
The renewed interest in vinyl that's developed in recent years, particularly among young people, shows few signs of wearing offslowing down. Andlso, because of the revival, many of the hottest new albums are released onon vinyl — it's not the sole province format of relegated to classic rock andold rock bands and classic jazz. That said, one major benefitaspect of a building a proper record collection is that it helps you broadening your musical horizons. Here, we'll So, let’s take a look atexamine that aspect of the what it takes to start a vinyl collectionquest, plus other essential considerations as you begin your vinyl quest.
In an age of professional esports and hyper-competitive gaming overall, the margin for error is razor-thin. This applies as much to gaming software and hardware performance as it does to gameplay. A sound or music cue that lags behind in-game visuals can be just enough to disorient players, even momentarily, and lead to a mistake that costs them a prestigious and lucrative tournament.
There's nothing more frustrating than painstakingly piecing together a wireless speaker system, only to have sound quality that dips well below your expectations. Whether you're a film fan enamored with the idea of creating a high-quality home theater system or a music lover looking to capture every detail buried within a recording, subpar audio performance is unacceptable.
Many factors go into selecting the best home theater receiver — serious movie buffs can attest to this. One of the most important features cinephiles look for in an AV receiver are the number of speaker terminals. Are there enough speaker inputs to power your desired arrangement?
If you're in the market for a home theater receiver, you already know there are many options to consider. Which features do you prioritize, and what are your absolute must-haves? When vetting various AV receivers, don't overlook the importance of Bluetooth compatibility.
If you've done your homework, you know that an AV receiver is essential to capturing cinema-quality home theater. With so many options available, spanning a pretty wide range of price points, how can you be sure your home theater AV receiver meets your needs without breaking the bank?
We all have our favorite music genres, songs, albums and artists, but you can break music fans down into even broader categories. On one end of the spectrum, there are casual listeners who couldn't name all four Beatles if their lives depended on it. On the other end, you have hardcore audiophiles who try to only listen to original pressings of vinyl records and have piles of live recordings in their music collection.
Ongoing developments in high-definition video and high-resolution audio have paved the way for movie fans to bring the cinema experience into the comfort of their own homes. Ultra 4K HD video and 3D audio allow for crisper, richer visuals and deeper sound quality than ever before.
Thanks to the wide availability of audio streaming services, music lovers have nearly unlimited options to listen to their favorite songs and artists. Whether on the go or at home, music streaming platforms make it a breeze to play just about any album or track — right from your smartphone.
Movie lovers today have the opportunity to recreate the cinema experience in the comfort of their own home theaters. Televisions have gotten larger and increasingly capable of displaying more detailed images in ultra high-definition 4K video.
When the weather warms up, you know what that means: It's time for runners to break from the cold and hit the trails again. There's no denying running’s popularity, either. According to a Timex survey, running is the No. 1 form of exercise in the U.S. So what would a satisfying workout session be without some propulsive tunes to get that heart rate up and legs pumping?
A high-end AV receiver is an essential component in any home theater. Whether you want to enjoy the dynamic sounds of the latest action movies or immerse yourself in lush musical landscapes, you need the audio-visual muscle that only an expertly designed and crafted AV receiver can provide.
True music fans want to get the best sound quality possible when they're listening to their favorite albums and tracks — that's why they're so committed to only using the very best audio setup possible. High-fidelity audio goes beyond which speakers, sound bars and receivers you use, however. Media format matters, whether you prefer to stream music over the latest mobile apps or still rely on your trusty CD player.
Music can be a communal experience, but sometimes you just want to completely disappear into the audio soundscape without any distractions. There's nothing quite like putting on your favorite album and losing yourself in the music.
When it comes to the sound quality of their favorite music, audiophiles don't settle for "good enough." Whether their media of choice is vinyl, MP3 or a streaming platform, those who appreciate the intricacies of a musical soundscape and can pinpoint nuances that distinguish, say, an original 1966 pressing of "Revolver" from a recent repressing will always pursue high-fidelity recordings.
The Consumer Electronics Show is the global stage for the latest in technology and innovation. If there’s something new and noteworthy in tech, you’ll see it first at CES. And this year, Denon delivered with the unveiling of the AVR-X8500H, the world’s first 13.2 channel AV receiver. It’s already been well-received by the press and was awarded an AVS Forum Best of CES 2018 accolade during the show, and was selected for Residential Systems CES Picks recognition.
Denon has a legacy of firsts, and AVR-X8500H continues to champion that mission. From its foundation in 1910 as Japan’s first audio electronics manufacturer, to producing the world’s first commercial CDs, Denon has been on the forefront of cutting-edge technology in the world of audio and home theater. Now, its time for another first with the flagship AVR in the X-Series line — one set to usher in a new era of home theater.
The line between the big screen and home theater continues to blur as high-end AV receivers bring cinema-quality video and audio capabilities to your living room. With the right home theater receiver, you can create a movie-watching experience that rivals even the best multiplex — completely redefining everything you love to watch.
True audiophiles understand that to create a rich audio environment and capture a cinematic experience in the comfort of your own home, you need a high-quality AV receiver.
AV receivers can make or break home entertainment systems, either supporting crisp visuals and high-fidelity audio, or miring the entire setup in muddy visuals and lo-fi music. If you want your home entertainment experience to be more than just "good enough," you need to properly configure your AV receiver to get the best performance possible.
Serious audiophiles know that vinyl provides a depth of sound that's just not possible with other mediums. Getting high-quality audio out of your turntable isn't as simple as flipping a switch, though. You need to have just the right configurations to enjoy the best audio experience possible.
Bringing the full cinematic experience into the comfort of your home with an AV receiver is easier than you think. Thanks to the widespread availability of 4K televisions, Blu-ray players and surround sound systems, anyone can set one up to enjoy immersive sound for all of your home entertainment.
Setting the needle to a groove and enjoying the warmth of analog sound is a uniquely satisfying experience for music lovers. However, there are good reasons to use your turntable to take your tracks from analog to digital. By digitizing your collection, you can preserve the sounds of those beloved items, including any rare albums or singles, and take those tracks with you anywhere.