Denon Releases a 9.3 Channel A/V Receiver 
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Thursday, 17 September 2009

Settling for the 9.2 channels in Onkyo’s Double-0 series would just be silly, so Denon has launched their new 9.3 channel AVR-4810CI.  The second AVR to feature Audyssey DSX post processing technology, the 4810CI is packed with features. In addition to being DNLA compliant, the new receiver sports Pro Logic IIz, adding a vertical component to sound.

Also included is streaming capability from both networked PCs and internet services such as Rhapsody and Napster via a Wi-Fi connection.  If that isn’t enough, there is also a pair of AM/FM tuners, one of which supports HD Radio. Picture and sound quality are helped along by a trio of 32-bit floating point processors, and a variety of included technologies such as Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ.  The AVR boasts 140W of power over 9 channels, which are can be sent out digitally or through the eight channel stereo analog outputs.

The Denon AVR-4810CI features Anchor Bay upscaling which takes standard definition analog signals and converts them into 1080/24p HDMI signals to be sent out.  Denon’s AVR-4810CI ships in October and will sell for $2,999.

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