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Denon AVR-S700W& Envaya Bluetooth Speaker Reviews  Print E-mail
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Written by Andre Marc   
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
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Denon AVR-S700W& Envaya Bluetooth Speaker Reviews 
AVR-S700W
Envaya Speaker
Conclusion
 

I have to say, I pretty much fell in love with the Envaya and found it a fun product to use. Ergonomically, it is well thought out, and a quick glance at the set up guide is all you will ever need. At $199, I think it is very fairly priced, offering higher fidelity than many other Bluetooth speakers I have encountered, and if feels like a high-class product.

Conclusion

The Denon AVR-S700W home theater/entertainment hub is an amazing bargain. The S700W covers just about every base, looks great, sounds terrific, and offers excellent video quality. At $450, they are practically giving it away when you look at the feature set, build, and execution.

Envaya


The Envaya Bluetooth speaker is a delight to use and pairs perfectly with Laptops, iPads, iPhones, and just about any mobile device. At $199, it is a great gift, and has is very versatile. Lots of fun to use as well.

Look for more Denon product reviews here this year.

 

Specifications



Denon AVR-S700W Home Theater Receiver: $450

Envaya Bluetooth Speaker: $199

http://usa.denon.com/us/home


Review System 1


CD Transport: Musical Fidelity M1 CDT
DAC/Server:  Simaudio Neo 308D
Tape Deck: Revox A77
Headphone Amp: Pro-Ject Head Box II
Headphones: Grado SR60
Preamp: Channel Islands Audio PLC-1 MkII, Tisbury Audio Mini Passive
Amplifier: Audio Research VS 55. Bob Carver Black Magic
Speaker: Thiel CS2.4
Cables:  Stager Silver Solids, Darwin The Truth (IC), Transparent  MM2 Super (IC), Transparent Plus (Speaker) Acoustic Zen Tsunami II (AC),Transparent (AC).Shunyata Venom (AC) Element Cable Red Storm (Digital AC), DH Labs TosLink, DH Labs AES/EBU, Audioquest, Forest, WireWorld Ultraviolet, DH Labs USB(USB) DH Labs (USB)
Accessories: Symposium Rollerblocks and Svelte Shelves, Shakti Stone, Audience Adept Response aR6 power conditioner, Salamander rack

Review System 2


Multi Channel Preamp & Processor:AV-7005
Multi Channel Amplifier:MM-7055
Speakers: Paradigm Monitor 5 series in 5.1 configuration
Cables: Kimber, NuForce, QED, Audioquest
BluRay Player: Opp BDP-103
Cable: Western Digital DVR






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