Denon has just announced expansion and additions to its current lines of products, including Blu-Ray players, AV receivers and sound processing technologies. Sixteen new AV receivers, priced between $349 and $1,999 are going to start shipping soon, some of which feature HD radio and networking capabilities.
The T 747 and T 737 A/V receivers are being shipped from NAD. The T 747 features lossless decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, the ability to upscale standard definition to 1080p using Faroudja DCDi, four HDMI connections, 60 Watts of power into each of the seven channels, and support for an iPod dock.
TEAC has debuted its Reference 600 mini component system, which includes a stereo receiver, the AG-H600DNT, and a CD player, the PD-H600. The AG-H600DNT features audiophile-grade components and circuitry, 75 watts per channel, an FM/AM radio tuner as well as wi-fi and Ethernet capabilities, and a front USB port that can connect to an iPod dock or USB drive.
The Universal Port from Onkyo, a one-cable connection for accessories built into its TXSR507 and TX-SR607 A/V receivers, is going to be experiencing a whole host of new applications. An iPod/iPhone dock and an HD radio tuner are two of the newest accessories to be made available for the U-Port.
Onkyo has introduced three new receivers to its home theater line: The TX-SR607, TX-SR507, and TX-SR307. The TX-SR607 is their first 7.2-channel receiver to use Dolby Pro-Logic IIz. It also includes dual subwoofer line outputs, and the ability to upconvert analog to HDMI.