By >Akihabara News Team
Denon announced new 3D-friendly A/V receivers for every budget
Denon introduced new models in total for its 2010 lineup. All feature HDMI v1.4a Repeater Inputs with 3D, Audio Return Channel, CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) support as well as (except the $249 entry-model), analog-to-HDMI conversion and HD Audio decoding from Dolby and dts.
Among them Denon offer five affordable models the five-channel AVR-391 ($249, July) and AVR-591 ($349, May) along with the AVR-791 ($499, May), AVR-891 ($799, May)and AVR-991 ($999, July), two advanced 7-channel models the AVR-1611 ($399, June) and the AVR-1911 ($599, June). The AVR-1911, for example, boasts built-in HD Radio tuner, as well as iPod Direct Connectivity via USB and Anchor Bay Technologies video deinterlacing and upscaling chipset for converting SD sources to HD.
The other 3 models are “CI-class” receivers, the AVR-2311CI ($899, June),the AVR-3311CI ($1,199, June), and the AVR-4311CI ($1,999, Sept.).