Posted Tue Feb 22, 2011 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
The upgrade is slated to hit in October, and will include 3D pass-through capabilities.
When you buy a cheap receiver, chances are there won't be any sympathy when it goes out of date. You'll just have to buy a new one. When you get high-end gear though, the companies tend to be a lot more interested in keeping you on as a customer.
Denon is no exception, and will be offering a hardware and firmware upgrade to owners of their high-end AVR-5308CI and AVP-A1HDCI receivers this October.
"Early adopters who purchased the flagship AVR-5308CI A/V receiver and AVP-A1HDCI Preamplifier nearly 4 years ago bought them with the confidence that they would experience the very best home entertainment for years to come," says Denon's Jeff Talmadge.
If you want to get more details on the upgrade, you can sign up to be alerted by email from Denon.
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