The abundance of various audio products in the core market today has become a gold medal with two sides. The positive aspect in this case is, of course, the wealth of choice that guarantees such an assortment. But there is a negative one (in any case, for manufacturers): users spoiled by such an abundance make ever higher demands on the quality of purchased audio equipment. Well, the manufacturing companies have no choice but to find more and more new structural and technological solutions. One such example is Denon AVR-S720W review where you are going to see Denon AVR-S720W specs.
In the specifications of the model it is indicated that power is equal to 75 watts for each channel (8 ohms). Enjoy all your favorite Hollywood titles with 5.1/5.2 surround speakers. Simply add a pair of overhead speakers or Dolby Atmos elevation speakers and take your home movie watching experience to a great new level. Don’t worry about your powerful AV receiver using up a lot of energy as the 720 comes with an auto-Eco mode. It automatically adjusts the maximum power required based on volume settings to reduce power usage. You can even see the power usage and reduction on the screen’s Eco meter.
The Denon AVR-S720W may not score well when it comes to the looks department but it does make up for it with its easy to use interface. The most used input selection buttons and the sound mode buttons are on the front for quick and easy access. What’s even better is that even the input ports such as the USB, HDMI, and the headphone jack are placed on the front for convenience. A powerful quad-core 32-bit DSP processor is at the core of this AV receiver. It has the ability to handle over 1 billion computations per second. Therefore, it can handle a number of tasks.
Having enough input and output ports on your AV receiver lets you control your entire home theatre with ease. The AVR-S720W lets you do exactly that as it comes with two analog audio inputs, 3 digital inputs (2 optical and 1 coaxial) and a whopping 6 HDMI ports. Watch high-definition 4K videos has never been this easy.
Support for a software module such as MultEQ - an application that performs automatic sound calibration, taking into account the features of the room is also at it.