• Fully discrete power amplifiers for all 5 channels (165 w x 5 ch)
• 4 x HDMI in / 1 x HDMI out lets you connect your HDMI-equipped devices with a single cable.
• Graphic user interface
• 3D pass through technology; enjoy 3D video entertainment with dynamic surround sound
• Front panel HDMI input provides an easy connection for quick hookup and playback of your HDMI-equipped portable devices
Welcome to a review of the DENON AVR-E200 5.1 HOME THEATER RECIEVER. Per Denon, experience thrilling 5.1 channel surround sound along with easy setup and ease of use with the AVR-E200 A/V receiver. It is equipped with the latest Dolby and DTS high definition surround sound decoding that lets you enjoy the ultimate surround sound experience with your favorite DVD and Blu-ray movies and concerts. The on screen display combines clear text and easy to understand graphics, making setup a breeze and provides easy day-to-day operation. You will also receive an easy to use remote control, part number RC-1181, that will get you through the setup process with ease.
In comparison to an older Sony 60W A/V, the AVR-E200 has 165W max per channel and the power comes through so that you can really hear and feel the difference. When paired with a pair of 100W speakers and in a decent sized room, this receiver really fills the room with music.
The features are actually pretty standard for current receivers: 5.1, Dolby and DTS. Consumers like the ports or inputs. The AVR-E200 has 4 HDMI inputs for cable/SAT, Blu-ray, game and aux. Three are in the back and one in the front of the receiver. It also has a 3.5mm audio input in the front for any audio source you choose. The speaker connectors are fairly basic and there is a port for a sub-woofer pre-out.
All in all, it’s a very nice basic receiver and holds up to Denon’s reputation of producing great audio systems. Essentially this model is one of the better buys you will find in its price range presenting overall great value.
• Sound quality
• Easy to set up
• Basic features
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