The chip receiver is what most users need. In Denon AVRS530BT review describes the main characteristics that allow this receiver to be the center of a home media system - support for Heos, music streaming and work with 4K / 60Hz.
It is the 5.2-channel receiver. The Denon AVRS530BT specs are good as for the entry-level receiver. The powerful discrete output devices on all channels are designed to deliver high power and are rated 140 watts per channel with 6 Ohm impedance or 75W per channel with 8 Ohm. Video capabilities are based on 5 HDMI inputs. The AVRS530BT deals with the UHD video with High Dynamic Range and 3D video pass-through.
The receiver looks simple. It has the mate black metal body with controls at the front panel. There are the volume control and selector and also 4 Quick Select buttons for the most used inputs. As in most receivers, the body is structured in such a way that it dampens the vibrations arising from the amplifier.
The audio streaming is available only through Bluetooth in compressed formats, as well as in high-quality formats. The Bluetooth in AVR-S530BT can remember up to eight paired devices. The Denon AVRS530BT can create a wireless network of speakers due to the HEOS support. It is easily connected to any HEOS speaker and the good designed HEOS app allows to remote control all the functionality that is available in this mode.
The built-in calibration system in Denon AVRS530BT has an amperage pump for a range of white noise-type test tones. The set microphone captures the sound and the system then calculates the appropriate frequency transitions, distances, and speaker levels for your drivers set.