In 2017 Denon announced a new home cinema receiver: the AVR-S540BT. It is a 5.2 channel affair which, Denon says, is based on the design of its other X-series receivers. Read this Denon AVR-S540BT review to see all the Denon AVR-S540BT specs.
There are five channels of amplification, delivering a total of 650W (8 ohms), and support for two subwoofers so you can build a hefty sounding set-up. The 5.2-channel AVR-S540BT features Dolby Vision, HDR, HLG and 4K enhanced zoom for a stunning home theater experience. The AVR-S540BT supports HDR (High Dynamic Range) format. Support is also planned for HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), HLG is an analogue of HDR technology for streaming video. Dolby Vision technology allows you to view video with amazing brightness, contrast and color.
It is equipped with five amplifiers based on discrete elements, which allows to achieve maximum realistic sound and stunning dynamic range. An advanced video system allows you to enjoy your favorite movies and shows with high resolution and excellent image quality. There are buttons on the front panel of the AVR-X550BT to quickly save settings separately for each source. In addition to analog and digital inputs, the AVR-X550BT has a USB port on the front panel for convenient sound reproduction.
It includes 5 4K / 60Hz HDMI inputs with full transmission and HDCP 2.2 support on all HDMI ports. Your favorite tracks, at your fingertips. Stream music from your computer or smart devices using the AVR-S540BT and built-in Bluetooth. He can remember up to eight paired Bluetooth devices, so invite relatives and friends to share their music and enjoy the sound quality of the AVR-S540BT. For streaming via Bluetooth, simply select Denon AVR-S540BT from the Bluetooth menu on your smart device.
Control power, volume, and source with the Denon 500 Series Remote App. Thanks to award-winning Denon tuning assistant, the AVR-S540BT is as easy to set up as it is to enjoy.