Denon Debuts the AVR-1912 Network Receiver

Posted Fri May 27, 2011 at 09:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

At $529, it's the cheapest 3D capable 7.1 channel receiver from Denon yet.

The AVR-1912 does just about everything you'd expect a mid-range receiver to do. It boasts six HDMI inputs, all of which are 3D capable. It decodes the latest audio formats including Dolby Pro Logic IIz. It even packs Audyssey Dynamic EQ and MultiEQ XT for simple setup.

In fact, a simple setup is one of the things that Denon has been focusing on for this new receiver. In addition to the Audyssey feature, Denon has included an onscreen setup wizard that takes you through speaker connection, calibration, suggested settings, and plenty more.

Denon's AVR-1912 is network capable and can stream both audios and photos from your PC. It also handles internet radio and can play music directly from your iPod or iPhone via a USB connection or with AirPlay, which is built right in.

The AVR-1912 is available now at a price of $529.

Source: Denon

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