Friday, December 09, 2005

Denon AVR-4306 Released in Europe

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Ok folks, highly anticipated AVR4306 is released in Europe as Denon's UK sites indicates. It was first announced this summer and to refresh your memory, it is a 130Watt ( 8 Ohms ) x 7 channel receiver with native iPod support, similar to S301 and S101, USB ports for connectivity with memory sticks, external hard drives, or portable audio players. In addition it has an Ethernet port that can be used to configure and control the device as well as stream audio from the PC and YES, from Internet. This device features Audyssey MultEQ XT room correction that was reviewed by AVRev just recently with very positive feedback. AVR-4306 also integrates Faroudja FLI-2310 chip for video upconversion to 1080i on the HDMI input.
Denon AVR-4306 is truly an amazing device packed with features that one would get in multiple components. The price is also as wonderful as the device - $2000. That is cheap for what you get.

Product page: Denon UK
Source: Engadget

Posted by Mike at 11:24 AM

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