Selecting an advanced, feature-rich home theater, compare their parameters and the sound performance. Is Onkyo TX-RZ710 vs Denon AVRX2400H more powerful and user-friendly? Which amp produces more detailed and crisp sound?
The basic difference between the popular and high-performance amplifiers is the streaming technology. The Denon device is based on the HEOS multi-room system that is still less user-friendly and intuitive than the Google Chromecast control option. Additionally, the Onkyo TX-RZ710 comes with AccuEQ auto-calibration system to fit the room acoustics. The amp is TXT-certified, enabling the premium sound quality. The other features of the AV receivers are the same: both of them support the latest, popular formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. Both receivers have the beneficial Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity opportunities. But the Denon device is Alexa-compatible.
The maximum possible number of HDMI inputs is the doubtless benefit of all Denon home theaters, including the AVRX2400H model. The Ethernet connectivity and the USB port are quite useful. However, the Onkyo receiver is not inferior versus its counterpart in terms of connectivity. It has the same, generous number of HDMI ports, but includes additionally the phono input that is essential for turntables, and 8 analog AV inputs. The Onkyo TX-RZ710 model is generally easy to use, but its Bluetooth and control is a bit complicated. Its Denon counterpart is more simple and easier to set up, but the Alexa integration also requires some adjustments, and the customers are not satisfied with the capacity that is limited.
Onkyo TX-RZ710 vs Denon AVRX2400H is a bit more powerful. Therefore, it produces big, cinema reference sound, ensuring low distortion level and high volume. On the other hand, the Denon device stands out by crisp, detailed sound, warm, natural voices and clear dialogues.
Onkyo TX-RZ710 versus its feature-rich counterpart is more powerful. It stands out by the innovative Chromecast and AccuEQ calibration technology, producing big, loud sound. Additionally, it has 8 analog and a phono input. Denon AVRX2400H is Alexa-compatible and solid. Its performance is articulate, the sound is mild, natural and crisp.
The home theater is advanced and feature-packed. The amp is based on HEOS technology, it supports multi-room streaming. The device is compatible with all the latest formats, coming with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Options, working with Alexa. The receiver produces crisp, detailed sound that stands out by natural voices. However, it has no phono input to connect a turntable or a record player.
The 7.2 –channel AV receiver is powerful and advanced. Thanks to Chromecast, auto calibration technologies, it enables big, loud sound, adjustable to every room acoustic. It enables all the latest formats and has a lot of ports including the phono one. But it is a bit more expensive than its counterpart.