Another device developed in the bowelsJapanese company Denon, will provide the user with the ability to view high-quality content in 8K resolution. New series Denon X-series AV receivers support 8K format and bring home television to a qualitatively higher level.
8K image format provideswatching videos in higher quality than 4K. Video quality improves 4 times and the user can observe a highly detailed picture containing over 33 million pixels. 8K content can already be found on the YouTube service, and some states are already conducting test launches of television broadcasts in 8K format.
The range of receivers from Denon presentedfour models: 7.2-channel AVR-X2700H AV receiver with 150 W power per channel, 9.2-channel AVC-X3700H AV amplifiers, AVC-X4700H 180 W and 200 W channel per channel, respectively, and the flagship 11.2-channel AVC AV amplifier -X6700H with a power of 205 watts per channel. The devices used the HDMI interface, implemented the function of the extended channel return audio eARC and implemented support for all existing formats of 3D-audio. The flagship model supports Dolby Atmos, DTS: X, IMAX Enhanced, Auro-3D and DTS: X Pro.
New receivers will allow not only to broadcast8K and to scale lower-resolution video, the devices will provide gamers with the ability to work with 4K video at a frequency of 120 frames per second. This mode will be available in the expected consoles from Sony PlayStation 5. Players who prefer the Xbox One will be able to connect to compatible TVs with automatic low-latency ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode). Support for the HDR10 + and Dynamic HDR formats is also being introduced.
The devices use multiroom technologyHEOS, which allows you to work with streaming music services, Internet radio. Also available is the setting using a mobile application of special listening areas, providing sound both throughout the house and in individual rooms.
New generation receivers are capable of receivingcontent using Bluetooth and through Apple AirPlay 2, play audio in MP3 or lossless formats from a connected USB drive. Roon Tested allows you to integrate audio from various sources.
X-series devices have voiceManagement using Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri. There are four buttons on the receiver body and the remote control to select preset modes. Also, users will be able to save two versions of Audyssey presets.