This is the budget receiver with surround sound processing. The multiroom music and 4K switching are the main advantages of it, but the trump cards of this device do not end there and they are considered in the Denon AVR-S730H review
The Denon AVR-S730H is a 7.2-channel receiver with a wide variety of connectivity options and audio decoders support. However, its power output isn’t great - only 75 watts per channel on 8-ohm drivers and 110 watts on 6-ohm drivers. It also includes decoders for DTS: X and Dolby Atmos, the most advanced audio formats, which are added to the service channels of surround sound to make the sound more depth. As an alternative use, the Denon AVR-S730H specs allow users to create the Second zone with an additional set of drivers.
The receiver has a classical appearance. It's a big black box with buttons, knobs and a display at the front panel. Users can operate the receiver without remote due to these buttons. The design is similar to other Denon receivers.
The Denon AVRS730H has wide abilities to wireless music streaming. Users can connect any device via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and especially for iOS devices, there is AirPlay function. Also, the receiver has the native support of online music streaming services such as Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Prime Music, etc.
The receiver comes with an Audyssey MultEQ auto-tuning system. With the help of a complete microphone and on-screen prompts, it corrects the sound depending on the number of speakers connected to the receiver and room parameters. After that, it is possible to change or edit the sound settings using the built-in options or through an application that is available for both Android and iOS.