Denon AVR-S950H - the flagship 7.2-channel AV receiver, released in the new S series. Why not to see Denon AVR-S950H specs in the most comprehensive Denon AVR-S950H review.
First of all, the presence of a built-in amplifier assembled on discrete elements and ready to give up to 145 watts of power to each of the seven speakers (8 ohms) connected to it is noteworthy. Denon AVR-S950H is equipped with Dolby Atmos and DTS: X surround sound decoders, construction of systems for which is possible in 5.2.2 configuration. In the absence of ceiling acoustics in the system, as well as for processing sound in “normal” formats, the AV receiver provides the technology for producing Dolby Atmos Virtual Height virtual surround sound.
All amplification channels in the AV receiver are built on discrete elements and operate from a powerful power supply. Thanks to this, the Denon AVR-S950H is able to effectively cope even with complex acoustics, and easily sound a large room.
The device has eight HDMI inputs and two outputs that support the latest HDCP 2.3 encryption protocol, as well as transmitting video in 4K Ultra HD / HLG / Dolby Vision formats. Thanks to the eARC audio return channel, the AV receiver can transmit sound in all modern formats. The device also has a full range of digital and analog connections, among which we can note the presence of a Phono input for a vinyl player, as well as USB for drives with music files. However, a truly versatile Denon AVR-S950H AV receiver makes a full range of network and wireless connections.
To fine-tune the surround sound, the Denon AVR-S950H uses Audyssey MultEQ technology, and there are also Dynamic EQ / Volume systems. The device supports HEOS proprietary multi-room technology, can play music from network drives and on-line services, including in High resolution formats. Also in the presence of Bluetooth and AirPlay 2, and to control the device, you can use the proprietary mobile application.