Now that the transition to formats that do not require either physical media or even sources as such is clearly outlined, a single network device is enough to gain access to global entertainment content. Using the new Denon AVR-X3200W specs, you are unlikely to encounter any limitations even when building a universal multi-component system. See more info in this Denon AVR-X3200W review.
The 7-channel amplifier with an advanced component base is able to provide 105 watts of sound power with a resistance of 8 ohms and a distortion level of 0.05%. Clean and well-detailed content with Dolby Atmos surround decoder is the guarantee of a high-quality, truly surround sound scene. In addition, the AVR-X3200W boasts an FM tuner, a Bluetooth module and two audio zones.
The 11.3-kilogram device received a stylish metal case. A massive aluminum handle on the front panel is used to adjust the volume, another control allows you to select a source, and a laconic keypad and display provide convenient interaction with technology. The headphone output, USB port and one HDMI input are located in front of the case, while the main array of inputs / outputs is located on the back side. The device uses very high quality ADC / DAC, since the tract managed to convey the benefits of the advanced analog output in my reference CD player.
Five new music sources or as many video devices can be connected to the new product by analogue (three composite inputs are supplemented by a pair of component ones). The signal from the latter, by the way, is sent to an advanced scaler, where it is digitized to a resolution of 4K / 60 Hz. In terms of numbers, switching is even wider. There are optical and coaxial inputs, eight HDMI (of course, with support for 3D and the aforementioned 4K, with enhanced color and dynamic range), an RJ45 jack for twisted pair and a USB port on the front panel for flash drives or smartphones.
The installation interface with intuitive corporate graphics will help you understand the full variety of configurations and system settings. The device is unlikely to cause problems even for an inexperienced user.