Denon AVR-2313CI Networking Home Theater Receiver with AirPlay and Powered Zone 2 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Fully discrete power amplifiers for all 7 channels (105 W x 7 ch, 8ohm 20-20kHz 0.05%). Delivers the legendary sound quality you've come to expect from Denon.
- 3D pass-through technology Enjoy 3D video entertainment with dynamic surround sound.
- 4K video support (4K video upscaling, video passthrough and GUI overlay)
- Front Panel USB Input Direct digital play for iPod, iPhone and USB drives.
- AUDYSSEY MultEQ XT Award-Winning technology helps create an optimal acoustic profile for your home theater.
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From the Manufacturer
With its vast array of inputs and network functions, Denon's AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver lets you enjoy exceptional surround sound and the latest 3D movies. This 7.2-channel home theater audio/video receiver offers seven discrete channels of equal power. It also delivers impressive picture quality with 3D and 4K pass-through and upscaling technologies. You can stream music from your Apple devices, PC, Mac, or the Internet. With six HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs, the receiver lets you enjoy high-definition audio and video from a range of devices, including set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, game systems, and tablet computers. The receiver also features dual HDMI outputs to distribute videos to two displays, such as an HDTV and a video projector, simultaneously. The AVR-2313CI is the mid-level model in Denon's line of IN-Command AV Receivers.
7.2-channel home theater audio/video receiver offers seven discrete 105-watt channels channels of equal power. View larger.
Six HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs for high-definition audio and video from a variety of HDMI-compatible devices. View larger.
AirPlay technology allows you to listen to music from the iTunes library on your Apple device. View larger.
Receiver upscales all video signals to 4K, enabling you to use it with 4K monitors and projectors. View larger.
Superior Surround Sound and Pass-Through Technology
The AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver is a 7.2-channel AV receiver that offers seven discrete 105-watt channels of equal power for dynamic surround sound along with dual subwoofer outputs for optimal bass performance throughout your room. View 3D movies through your home theater system using the receiver's pass-through technology.
4K Upscaling for Pristine Picture Quality
The receiver upscales all video signals to 4K (3,840 by 2,160 pixels), which provides four times the picture quality of 1080p. This enables you to use it with 4K monitors and video projectors. Controlling your receiver is seamless thanks to the graphical onscreen menu display.
Advanced Functions to Play Streaming Media
The AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver allows you to enjoy a variety of advanced networking capabilities, like listening to Internet radio and playing music files stored on your PC. The AVR-2313CI supports services like SiriusXM, Internet Radio, Pandora, and Flickr as well as Apple's AirPlay technology, which allows you to listen to music content from the iTunes library on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, PC, or Mac. The receiver is DLNA 1.5 certified and compatible with PCs running Microsoft Windows 7. (Subscriptions to SiriusXM are sold separately. The service is available in US only.)
Play Sound in Two Rooms at Once
Thanks to its multi-room audio capabilities, the AVR-2313CI allows you to enjoy audio playback in your home theater and another room at the same time. With this function, you can simply assign two of the amplifier's seven channels to use with speakers in a separate room, or connect an external amplifier to the receiver's Zone 2 preamp outputs so that you can play separate audio and control the volume while enjoying full 7.1-channel surround sound in the main room.
Optimum Sound with Audyssey MultEQ XT
The AVR-2313CI comes equipped with Audyssey MultEQ XT technology to create an optimal acoustic profile for your home theater system. This technology helps you customize your home theater to overcome acoustical problems specific to your room, resulting in exceptionally clear and balanced sound. MultEQ XT uses high-resolution equalization filters, making it ideal for large or odd-shaped rooms. The receiver incorporates Audyssey Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume technologies, too, for comfortable and optimal listening of any source at any volume.
Immersive Surround Sound with Audyssey DSX Technology
The AVR-2313CI comes equipped with Audyssey DSX technology. Audyssey DSX expands surround sound beyond 5.1 with more speakers for an immersive and lifelike home theater experience.
Assign Power Amps for Different Audio Setups
The AVR-2313CI supports up to 7.2 channels for surround playback. You can reassign the amplifiers from the two surround back channels to power a pair of front height speakers, or, to achieve higher-quality sound for two-channel stereo playback, you can configure the AVR-2313CI for front bi-amp operation.
Connect Your HDMI-Equipped Devices
Use the receiver's six HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs to enjoy high-definition audio and video from a variety of HDMI-compatible devices, like set-top boxes, DVD players, Blu-ray players, game systems, and media players like Roku and Apple TV. The two outputs can be used simultaneously to play video on two displays in the same room or in different rooms simultaneously. An HDMI input on the front of the receiver offers a quick, convenient connection for portable devices such as camcorders and HDMI-equipped smartphones and tablets. The front panel also has a USB port to directly connect your iPod, iPhone, or USB drive to the receiver.
Intuitive Graphical User Interface and Remote App
The AVR-2313CI features a "Setup Assistant" along with a graphical user interface that simplifies the initial setup and daily operation of the receiver. In addition, the receiver supports the Denon Remote App, which lets you operate the receiver's main controls from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Android smartphone.
Built-In IP Allows for Custom Integration
The receiver also features versatile custom integration-friendly features such as RS-232 and IP Control for third-party controllers for seamless integration to home automation.
Product and Warranty Information
Sporting a sleek black finish, the receiver measures 6-1/2 by 17-1/10 by 14-9/10 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 24 pounds.
The AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver is backed by a three-year warranty.
What's in the Box
AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver, remote control with batteries, FM antenna, power cable, quick setup guide, owner's manual on CD-R, and setup microphone.
|AVR-2113CI IN-Command AV Receiver||AVR-2313CI IN-Command AV Receiver||AVR-3313CI IN-Command AV Receiver|
|Capabilities & Connections|
# of Channels
Power Rating (8ohm, 20-20kHz) with 0.08% THD
4K Video Capability
USB iPod - Front
Yes (232C, Re I/O, Lineout)
Yes (Audyssey Pro, Preout, Trigger)
HDMI Discrete Zone Output (Audio/Video)
|Networking & Control|
GUI Setup Assistant
SIRIUS XM / Pandora
|Surround & Processing|
Advanced Surround Processing
New Denon Link HD
Top Customer Reviews
1. Excellent quality. If I am going to spend close to a thousand dollars on anything, it better work for the long term. Onkyo's have been reviewed to have quality problems, so I didn't want to take the chance. I have owned a Denon before, and worked like a champ.
2. Excellent audio quality. CNet regularly uses Denon as their reference audio system in their reviews, and rarely did any of the others come close according to them (they never really reviewed Marantz, but I know that they meet or exceed Denon, and are the Denon's sister company so I wasn't worried about them). As I mentioned, I had already owned a low end Denon and was extremely impressed with their sound already.
3. I really wanted Audyssey, a clear standard in the industry that is getting to be looked at like THX and Dolby, rather than any of the other company's "role your own" solution, and in particular I really wanted Audyssey DSX wide. This was the absolute least expensive system that supported that standard. Note that 9 speaker systems that support wide and height are still way, way outside this price range, so I didn't even consider one of those.
When I received the system, hooked everything together with the same mains I had before (20 year old Klipsch bookshelves and matching center, along with four Polk OWM3 for rear and Audyssey wide surrounds).Read more ›
The one beef I have with it (and it is a big one) is the preamp out. I want to use wireless headphones at the same time as the main amp, because my hearing isn't as good as wifey's. The preamp outs ONLY work with analog inputs. What this means, is that when you hook up the cable box with an HDMI cable to the receiver, so you can get 1080P video, you get NO signal from the preamp outs. You need to connect analog RCA cable FROM EACH SOURCE in addition to the digital signal if you want to hear anything from the preamp output. Pretty basic, stupid, annoying, mistake from Denon. My workaround was to use a line out converter from the R&L main speaker outputs and feed them to my headphone transmitter. The Zone 2 feature, while nice in theory, is useless to everybody who has a digital signal. Today, who doesn't? Denon should be ashamed.Read more ›
So I looked around at Onkyos and Denons and the reviews. Denons have the web interface as well as Android and iOS support - though I don't know how good those are. So after shopping around and doing some homework, I decided to buy the Denon AVR-2312CI. It had the features I wanted and the price was a bargain compared to the AVR-2313CI. So I ordered a 2312 from "#1 Source." But they sent me a 2313 instead. Okay its a year newer and has 4K upscaling - not that I need that YET. The 2313 also has 2 HDMI outputs - I can actually use those. The 2313 eliminates 1 HDMI input, all S-video inputs, 1 audio input, the AM tuner, and the programmable remote. But one more thing - it has a better web interface! The web interface works for both setup and control. I like that.
The only drawback I've found so far on this Denon is that I couldn't get any punch out of my sub-woofer. I was about to throw a fit, when I set my front speakers to the "small" setting instead of "large" and it started rattling the windows again. That makes a big difference in the signal the Denon sends to the subs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ethernet card failed in a few months and now the thing fails to power on most days. Am trying to get service from Denon. I would avoid this one.Published 15 months ago by Matt Miller
The ethernet on the receiver died twice after a year. First time took to denon warranty repair person. The guy said it will take 8 weeks. (Really not kidding. Read morePublished 16 months ago by N. P.
This receiver is great. It has multiple video output formats (composite, component and HDMI) in case your current TV (or monitor) is not HDMI. Read morePublished 23 months ago by paanders
This was a gift for my son and he was blown away by how awesome the sound was and how it complimented his blue ray player and the 3D action on the TV.Published on January 25, 2014 by Douglas C. Fuller
Broken in the box. Opened up the box, not the original packing, and found the volume knob bent over. Returned it ,no hassle.Published on November 25, 2013 by High desert jim
This thing is terrible. I wish I had kept the box. I tried to update it, and now it is completely non functional junk. I have tried to reset it, but it is basically dead.Published on November 25, 2013 by rabbit