Denon Announces a New 3D Ready HTiB 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010

Not all home theater in-a-box setups are created equal, and when they're coming from a company like Denon, you can be sure they're a step or two up over what you'd find on the shelves at the typical brick and morter. 

The DHT-1311XP is a 5.1 channel home theater system complete with a surprisingly nice receiver.  The AVR-1311 takes from Denon's higher end receivers, even going so far as to include the same power amp.  It also uses discrete circuits, rather than cheaper and lower quality integrated circuits.

Denon's AVR-1311 is 3D ready, and offers four HDMI 1.4 inputs that integrate pass-through technology and compatibility with Deep Color and x.v.Color.  It can handle the regular assortment of HD audio formats and it even decompresses MP3 files to give a higher quality sound.

The receiver comes with two front speakers, one center speaker and two surrounds, all of which sport three inch drivers, one inch tweeters and wooden cabinets.  Also included is a 100 watt subwoofer.

A US release date is unknown at the moment, but the DHT-1311XP is hitting the UK this September at a price of right around $700.







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