Monday, August 15, 2005

Denon AVR-1906 7.1 AV Receiver is Now Available

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Denon AVR1906 A/V Receiver is a follow up to its predecessor AVR-1905 with several additions and "upgrades".
The AVR-1906's processing brain is the latest Analog Devices HammerHead SHARC 32-bit DSP. All output are Analog Devices 24/192Khz DACs. Supported audio formats are Dolby Digital Surround EX, Pro Logic IIx decoding with Cinema, Music and Game Modes, DTS ES Discrete 6.1 and Matrix 6.1 decoding • DTS Neo:6 Stereo to Surround decoding, DTS ES 96/24 5.1 decoding for DVD Video.
The new receiver is now capable of switching HDTV-ready component inputs. AVR-1906 does not have any HDMI and DVI inputs as expected for its price range but it does have full range of audio inputs including 2 optical and 1 coax. Signal is amplified to 85 Watts (compared to 80 Watts on 1905) on all 8 channels at 8 Ohm. Denon went generous with this model and included Auto-Setup Calibration feature for Speaker Size, Phase, Channel Level and Delay and packaged with DM-S205 microphone.
To top this, I must acknowledge that adjustable high and low pass crossover is very impressive to have in this price range. Here is the frequency break up: 40/60/80/100/120/150/200/250Hz. AVR1906 In addition, there is front left and right channel bass and treble control.

Very worthy product packed with lots and lots of features and for now it is offered only at $549 at Amazon.com


Source: Denon

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Posted by Mike at 9:07 PM
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