The Denon AVRX4400H review aims to highlight all the outstanding features and operation of the receiver as the center of the media system
Denon AVR-X4400H works in 9.2 configurations and is equipped with decoders of all the most modern surround sound formats. The AVR-X4400H can process sound in object-oriented 3D-formats Dolby Atmos, DTS: X and Auro 3D, as well as give extra volume to recordings in conventional multi-channel standards. The AVR-X4400H has an advanced 32-bit D.D.S.C. processor on board. In the Denon AVR-X4400H specs are HD Digital processing multi-channel audio tracks as well as the Clock Jitter Reducer jitter suppression system.
The device is made in a massive case on an anti-resonant chassis, but thanks to well-chosen proportions and a laconic front panel, all additional controls, and connectors on which are hidden under the hinged lid do not look bulky. High-current discrete transistors are installed in the output stages of the receiver amplifiers, which ensures good compatibility with acoustics even with a complex impedance characteristic.
The AVRX4400H has the latest network functionality with support for many on-line services, playing files from available devices and the ability to Wi-Fi-connection. Also in the presence of stable Bluetooth, support for AirPlay and proprietary multi-room technology HEOS. For complete control over all the functions of the device, you can use the proprietary application Denon AVR Remote, as well as using voice control Alexa.
To automatically adjust the sound, one of the most advanced Audyssey MultEQ XT32 calibration systems is used today. At the same time, you can manage its work using a special application, which further increases the flexibility of the settings.