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Denon AVR-X2000 7.1 Channel Integrated Network AV Receiver with AirPlay (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 7.1 channel, 95 watts, 7 channel power (8 ohms, 20Hz - 20 kHz, THD 0.08%
  • 185 watts per channel maximum power (6 ohm, 1kHz, THD 10%, 1 channel driven)
  • Networking with AirPlay, Pandora, & Spotify
  • Dolby Pro Logic IIz, 4K Ultra HD scaling and pass through
  • New setup assistant with enhanced GUI
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Product Specifications

Brand NameDenon
Output Wattage185 watts
Color NameBlack

Product Details

User Manual [8.67mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 17.1 x 6.6 inches ; 20.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 24.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00CALM2KS
  • Item model number: AVR-X2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,674 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 3, 2013

Product Description

The AVR-X2000 is a powerful high-performance 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that lets you enjoy 3D movies in remarkably spacious surround sound. This receiver is equipped with advanced video circuitry capable of upscaling video signals to 4K Ultra HD. Video images at this resolution are dazzlingly vibrant and sharp. The easy-to-follow instructions on your HDTV screen help you to quickly and easily set up the ideal acoustic parameters for your listening space. In addition, you can assign 2 channels of the AVR-X2000’s 7-channel amplifier to provide power for stereo speakers located in another room.

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Customer Reviews

The remote is easy to use and well laid out.
Brent Butler
It has great power and sounds fantastic hooked to our Klipsch speakers.
Geo T.
Overall, solid build quality and great sound out of the box.
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95 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Aberle on June 2, 2013
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What is this?
The Denon AVR-X2000 is a home theater receiver designed for home theaters with a strong digital makeup.

Why do I need this?
Do you have a Blu-ray player? Then you need a home theater receiver. Home theaters have been an essential part of homes for the last 10 years. From 5.1 to 9.3 channels, a home theater can offer everything from a movie theater, to an audio sanctuary, to an arcade, to even an internet connected office with video conferencing capabilities. However, before any of that is to occur, you need the brains of a system, and the receiver is the mind of a home theater.

What do I have connected to this receiver?
Here's what is connected to my receiver.
Audio
Front Left: Aperion Audio 533-PT
Center: Aperion Audio 533-VAC
Front Right: Aperion Audio 533-PT
Surround Left: Aperion Audio 533-PT
Surround Right: Aperion Audio 533-PT

Video
CBL/SAT: Comcast Xfinity HD DVR
DVD: (Empty)
Blu-Ray: Sony VAIO VGX-TP20E Home Theater PC
Game: Xbox 360 (Second Generation)
Media Player: Playstation 3 (Second Generation)
Front HDMI: (Empty)
USB: External Hard Drives/iPhone 4S/iPad Minis

How did the setup go?
The setup is broken down into two stages, external and internal. The external stage simply is connecting your input devices to the receiver with your speakers. Fairly simple given we had banana plugs for our speakers and everything else was HDMI. I do have to mention, if you don't have your cables pre-labeled, no worries, Denon thought well of you and decided to add some cable labels in the box for you. How nice of them

Now, for the internal setup, which is rudimentary at best.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By D Bone on September 24, 2013
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I run a 4.1 living room based setup with 2 HTD Level TWO towers, 2 HTD Level TWO surrounds and a Power Sound Audio XV15 sub. All of my gear is HDMI, as are all of my connections because I have no legacy gear, although I did run an optical digital cable from my Samsung TV to the X-2000 so I would not have to rely on ARC via HDMI for my TV's streaming apps.

The onscreen display is very nice. Everything is laid out where you would expect it to be, and you can rename sources, hide sources, assign inputs, adjust lip sync ect... with ease. The volume display is overlayed on the screen through HDMI, and with the press of the info button, you can see a quick overview of things like volume, current input, incoming signal type, outgoing speaker layout to play that signal, and current sound mode.......Sweet! The front panel display can be dimmed or turned off completely. If you do turn it off, it will comeback on for a few seconds when you change sources or sound modes, then it goes out again. I run my setup with the display off. There is an LED light on the front that turns red when the unit is off, and green when on.

I used my tried and true 8 point Audyssey XT calibration approach, as this is not my 1st Audyssey XT receiver, as I previously had an Onkyo 709 that failed one too many times. The end result of Audyssey XT is something that has to be heard. The biggest improvements are in the bass and the entire sound field envelopment. If you are new to Audyssey, the first thing you will ask yourself is "Where did my bass go?" This is because you are used to hearing a subwoofer that is A) running too hot, and B) bloated with a 50-70hz room hump. Once you get over that, you will start to hear "layers" of bass that you have NEVER heard before in your room.
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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Steve VINE VOICE on May 23, 2013
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I've been a big Denon fan for the last three years... after giving up on Sony after two-decades, I bought a lower-end Denon receiver for my office and was very happy with the unit. After three other Denon products, I began looking for a replacement for my aging Sony high-end home theater receiver. It was the last of my older equipment and the only component left that wasn't HDMI compatible.

Out of the box, it's an impressive unit... outstanding quality construction. The buttons and knobs all feel quite solid. The remote looks a bit too simple, however upon inspection I found that every function I really needed access to was accounted for. Setup was a breeze... plug the unit into a wall, connect it to your TV and the on-screen guide will bring you step-by-step through hooking the rest of it up. The Audyssey audio setup has you plug an included microphone into the receiver and place it in various listening positions (such as where people will be sitting on your couch). It then goes through a quick set of 'pulse' noises through each speaker to calculate levels and distances. This is done once per 'listening position', of which I only needed to set up two, so it was completed far quicker then the suggested 15-minutes. I later double checked the distances that the receiver came up with and found they were dead-on.

One thing I was concerned with out of the box was the barren rear of the unit... I'm much more accustomed to an obscene number of connections and ports on the back, but after hooking up all my equipment I found that there was plenty of places for all my components, and plenty of extra. Previous receivers I've owned may have had five different inputs for a single source, and you simply connect what you have available, and ignore the extras.
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