Denon announces its new 8K AVR-X6800H audio/video receiver


Denon, a world-renowned leader in high-quality audio equipment, has announced the launch of the AVR-X6800H audio/video receiver (AVR). Designed and manufactured to the highest standards in Japan, the AVR-X6800H uses the full suite of audio and video technologies to serve as the foundation for the ultimate home theater.

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  • AVR-X6800H features 11.4 channels of amplification, 3D audio, 8K video and 140 watts per channel of legendary Denon power to ensure a dynamic, highly detailed entertainment experience. Additionally, the AVR-X6800H has added flexibility in preamplifier mode, with up to 13.4 channel processing.
  • Envelops listeners with Dolby Atmos®, DTS:X®, IMAX Enhanced and Auro 3D. Dolby Surround, DTS Neural:X and Auro-Matic upmixer optimize legacy content.
  • 8K video is supported on all 7 HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs. With HLG, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and Dynamic HDR pass-through, users can expect unmatched performance.
  • Equipped with HEOS®, enabling users to access streaming music services and share with HEOS-enabled speakers in other rooms.
  • Offers many setup and configuration options to accommodate any space. Audyssey room correction is included, and optional Dirac Live upgradability is available (fee required).

The AVR-X6800H AVR will be available for purchase at the beginning of 2024. Be sure to check out the Denon website for more on this product and many more.

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