Denon's AVR-4311 CI is Now Available 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Tuesday, 24 August 2010

The latest receiver in Denon's line built specially for custom installers is available now.  Chosen as a finalist in this year's CEDIA awards, the AVR-4311features an incredibly robust feature set.

The Denon AVR-4311 is a 9.2 channel receiver that's got plenty to offer.  It includes Audyssey MultiEQ XT 32 Room Correction, and is one of the first receivers on the market to do so.  The AVR4311 also packs Audyssey's Sub EQ HT for optimized audio playback.

You'll get a total of seven HDMI inputs, including one front panel input for simple temporary hookups.  Whatever you hook up, regardless of original resolution, will be processed, scaled and converted to 1080p thanks to Anchor Bay VRS technologies.  

The AVR-4311 also includes a new feature known as "Pre Amp Mode."  When this mode is enabled, you can attach external amplifiers while turning off the receiver's unused internal amps saving on power, eliminating needless heat and negating any chance of added noise. You can pick up the AVR-4311 CI now at a price of $1,999.







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