New Denon AV Amps

New Denon AV Amps

Denon aims to redefine the high end of the integrated AV amplifier market with the launch of the new top of the line AVC-A1H and AVC-X4800H. amps.

Engineered and constructed at Denon facilities in Japan, the reference grade AVC-A1H (pictured above) is the latest in a line of venerable A1 products, following on from the AVP-A1 (in 1996) or the AVC-A1HD (launched in 2007).

The Denon AVC-A1H sports a huge 11.5kg power transformer and dual main capacitors of 33.000µF, able to deliver 15 channels of amplification, for a 9.4.6 Dolby Atmos speaker configuration, at 210 Watts per channel.

The stablemate Denon AVC-X4800H is a 9-channel amplifier, offering 200-watts per channel via high-current monolithic amplifiers.

Room correction software Audyssey MultEQ XT32 is built-in into both models, and there’s the option of Dirac Live calibration. Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro 3D support is standard, and both models are certified IMAX Enhanced. HEOS multiroom streaming is built-in.

Looking forward to playing with these new Denon flagship AV amps.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, Japan has been synonymous with cutting-edge electronics. Indeed, the Japanese seem to have an inherent ability to not only visualize the future but also create it. Denon quickly established itself as the world’s most innovative audio brand, regularly first to deliver new technology. Since then, it has drawn on its rich history to inform countless new developments. After all, it was the brand’s Hi-Fi expertise that lead Denon to create the first AV Receivers.

Source: Inside CI

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