In 2019, the previous model was replaced by Denon AVR-S750H. Despite the almost complete external identity in the new model, several changes were made - fortunately, its sound remained almost the same. See what are the new Denon AVR-S750H specs in this up-to-date Denon AVR-S750H review.
The 7.2-channel Denon AVR-S750H AV receiver takes the middle ground in the new S series, works with 4K Ultra HD resolution and is equipped with seven discrete high-current amplifiers that provide 140 watts per channel at 6 ohms and can handle even 4 ohm speakers. The receiver supports the main formats of object-oriented 3D sound, including DTS: X and Dolby Atmos in the 5.1.2-channel version. Available are DTS Virtual: X and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology technologies that allow you to simulate the sound of specialized Atmos speakers or ceiling speakers in 5.2, 7.2 or 2.2-channel systems that are not equipped with such speakers.
Like most AV receivers, the Denon AVR-S750H is a large black box with a large display on the front panel, as well as very useful direct input selection buttons. A small positive change in the new model is expressed in a more pleasant to the touch working stroke of the volume control and input selector. Unfortunately, the user interface remains as boring as before.
On board of the Denon AVR-S750H there are six HDMI inputs (one on the front panel) that support 4K Ultra HD / 60 Hz, HDCP 2.3 and video standards HDR10, Dolby Vision and HLG. There is an HDMI output with support for the extended eARC return channel, which allows you to transfer 3D audio (Dolby Atmos, etc.) to the receiver directly from the TV panel. Among other switching, the presence of the input of the MM phono stage can be distinguished. To connect the speakers are seven pairs of screw terminals, indicated in different colors.
For auto-calibration of the columns, the algorithm of the Audyssey MultEQ system is used. Also used technology Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ, optimizing the volume and frequency response.