Dec 27, 2019Read More
The Denon AVR-X3600H AV receiver with nine discrete amplifiers on board is capable of decoding DTS:X and Dolby Atmos object-oriented 3D sound formats in the maximum possible 7.2.2-channel configuration or in 7.2.4-channel using an additional stereo power. Available in DTS Virtual:X format and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization technology that mimics the sound of ceiling speakers in DC systems that are not equipped with specialized speakers. There is an upscaler that can increase the resolution of any video to 4K. Comparing Denon AVR-X3600H vs Sony STR-DN1080 the channels are 9.2 and 7.2, the RMS is 105/8 against 120/6 W/Ohm respectively.
Sony's STR-DN1080 receiver is equipped, according to the company, with all the technologies inherent in a modern AV receiver: it supports 4K HDR, has video scaling, accepts Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound formats, and is also capable of working with high-resolution audio and DSD without conversion. The Phantom Surround Back feature allows you to simulate the 7.1.2 configuration by adding a pair of virtual speakers. Bluetooth audio is transmitted using LDAC.