Denon AVR-X2400H review is a review of one of the flagship devices for creating a modern home theater that can be configured in the form of 5.1.2
Denon AVR-X2400H supports current Dolby and DTS decoders. The receiver produces a power of 100W/channel at 8 Ohm, but at 4 Ohm, the power is 150 W/channel. The 4-core DSP processor produces good sound and provides good work of the efficiency of digital modes. Another noticeable feature in the Denon AVR-X2400H specs is the separate subwoofer output, which will suit to listen to the stereo audio, and also allows creating a more detailed low-frequency scene with surround speakers set. The graphics processor works with a video stream with an input/output speed of 60 FPS and can increase the quality of an analog signal up to 4K resolution.
The metal high-quality case is equipped with a small LCD, buttons, and controls that instantly respond to commands. There are buttons on the front panel to quickly switch to the favorite inputs. The remote is convenient and intuitive.
The wireless interfaces of the Denon AVR-X2400H are Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. For stability in a radius of reception/transmission, there are provided 2 antennas. Also, there is integration with AirPlay, as well as with popular streaming services, like Spotify Connect, Pandora, Sirius XM.
The receiver is equipped with a multi-colored template for easy connection of speaker cables. The exclusive Setup Assistant program allows you to quickly and accurately connect and configure the entire system. For automatic tuning, the Audyssey MultiEQ XT system is used. The setup is quick (it’s not necessary to use all eight microphone positions - the first three are usually enough) and generally accurate. If necessary, the speaker parameters can be adjusted manually.