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Denon AVR990 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • All five channels of equal 75-watt power @ 0.08 % THD, 20 - 20kHz
  • HDMI 1.3a Repeating (3 input, 1 output) provides one cable connection between the receiver and TV
  • 1080p HDMI connectivity supports Blu-ray disc surround sound formats, including Dolby TrueHD and DD+, dts-HD and dts-HR
  • Dolby Laboratories new Pro Logic IIz Matrix decoding featuring front height effects channels
  • Audyssey MultEQ, Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ
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Product Specifications

Brand NameDenon
Output Wattage120 watts
Special FeaturesAll five channels of equal 75-watt power, 1080p HDMI connectivity supports Blu-ray disc surround sound formats, Dolby laboratories new pro logic iiz matrix decoding featuring front height effects channels, Audyssey MultEQ, dynamic volume and dynamic EQ

Technical Details

  • All five channels of equal 75-watt power
  • 1080p HDMI connectivity supports Blu-ray disc surround sound formats
  • Dolby laboratories new pro logic iiz matrix decoding featuring front height effects channels
  • Audyssey MultEQ, dynamic volume and dynamic EQ

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Special Features All five channels of equal 75-watt power HDMI 7 in/2 out 90W Per channel at 8 ohms The fully discrete 9-channel power amplifier delivers 140 watts per channel
Warranty Description 2 years warranty on parts and labor 3 years warranty on parts and labor Information not Provided 3 years warranty on parts and labor
Product Site Launch Date Wed Jul 01 00:00:01 UTC 2009 Wed Jun 05 07:00:01 UTC 2013 Thu May 15 07:00:01 UTC 2014 Mon Sep 20 00:00:01 UTC 2010
Item Weight 25 pounds 24.47 pounds 20.7 pounds 38 pounds
Dimensions 6.7 inches x 16.3 inches x 17.1 inches 6.3 inches x 15.3 inches x 17.3 inches 6.6 inches x 17.1 inches x 13 inches 6.7 inches x 16.3 inches x 17.1 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

The new AVR-990 is a technological tour de force, designed for consumers wanting to network their AV system. Ethernet connectivity opens up your AV system to host of exciting capabilities like audio and jpeg photo streaming and Internet radio. Additionally, subscription music services like Rhapsody and Napster are supported. The AVR990 packs a punch with 7-channels of onboard amplification producing 840-watts of total power (120 per channel). The amplifiers can be assigned for 7.1 channel surround sound, or a 5.1 channel system in the “main” room and power a pair of speakers in a second “zone”. This only scratches the surface of the AVR990 Multi-zone (2) / multi-source (2) capability. Enhanced power amp assign features, second and third zone programming feature allow the AVR990 to be the hub of a sophisticated whole house system. For video connectivity, the AVR990 is equipped with 1080p compatible HDMI 1.3a Repeating technology, delivering both audio and video to your HDTV with single HDMI cable. This HDMI connectivity supports the latest generation surround sound formats available on Blu-ray disc, including Dolby TrueHD and DD+, dts-HD and dts-HR. Also included is Dolby Laboratories new Pro Logic IIz Matrix decoding featuring front height effects channels that expands front soundstage. The AVR990 boasts a number of Audyssey technologies. Advanced Audyssey MultEQ analyzes a speaker systems interaction with room acoustics, and then delivers custom tailored correction processing to optimize clarity and tonal balance throughout the listening space. Audyssey Dynamic Volume is an automatic volume-leveling system that tracks audio dynamics to eliminate the irritating volume swings between TV shows and commercials.

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

The Denon AVR990 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity – Features Single Cable HDMI Connectivity

With an elegantly styled cosmetic design and sophisticated features, the AVR-990 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver features a single cable HDMI connection to your TV, network audio and photo streaming and an advanced GUI interface for easy setup and control. The AVR-990 feature's Denon's newly designed Graphical User Interface with overlay via the HDMI connection, along with the latest Dolby Pro Logic IIz decoding that provides front channel height effects, analog-to-HDMI video conversion and upscaling that converts SD sources to HD and 24-bit 192-kHz high resolution audio DACs.

Analog and digital video sources are upconverted
via Anchor Bay VRS processing to HD quality
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Clock Jitter Reducer Available for All Digital Inputs

The Clock Jitter Reducer thoroughly suppresses fluctuations on the clock waveform to remove distortion from the digital audio signal and minimize adverse influences on sound quality.


Operate the on-screen display
with the remote control unit
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High-Bit I/P Converter and Scaler Up to 1080p

The AVR-990 uses a high-performance Anchor Bay VRS video up-scaler to convert SD (standard definition) video material to HD (high definition) quality. This means that 480i/480p (SD-quality) video signals of DVD programs and other material are converted to the high-quality 1080p signal of HD video and output to the HDMI port. The fuzziness in the details of SD video is removed to produce a clear picture. Now you can enjoy not only your DVDs but also your VCR tapes and games with much greater clarity and detail.

Dolby Pro Logic IIz Processing

Dolby Pro Logic IIz introduces a new dimension to home theater entertainment through the addition of a pair of front height channels. Compatible with stereo, 5.1 or 7.1 content, Dolby Pro Logic IIz provides enhanced spaciousness, depth and dimension to movies, concert video and video game playback while maintaining the full integrity of the source mix. (Dolby Pro Logic IIz playback requires a separate 2-channel amplifier.)

Audyssey Dynamic Volume constantly
monitors the sound source
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Audyssey Dynamic Volume for Real-Time Volume Adjustment

Audyssey Dynamic Volume constantly monitors the sound sources and adjusts the volume to the optimum level for the particular source being heard without sacrificing dynamic range. The AVR-990 is also equipped with Audyssey MultiEQ which measures the acoustic characteristics of the room to obtain the optimum acoustic effects, and Dynamic ED which reproduces the high and low range with the optimum acoustic effect during low volume levels. Dynamic Volume combines these two functions to achieve maximum performance.

Minimum Signal Path for Clear Audio and Video Signal

The "simple and straight" design concept has been thoroughly implemented in the signal paths to contribute to immaculately clean audio and video playback. Signal paths are as short as possibly to keep signal degradation in the audio and the video circuitry to an absolute minimum.

Direct Mechanical Ground Construction

Vibration-resistant construction has been reviewed to thoroughly suppress the adverse influence of vibration on sound quality. The power transformers, a source of vibration, have been securely mounted on the highly rigid bottom chassis. Direct mounting of cast-iron feet to the radiator in near proximity to each other serves to suppress mutual vibration with the power transformers and other sources of vibration.

Connectivity & Future Ready Expandability

The "Party Mode" allows users to supply the same music (iPod, Internet Radios, PC music, Network Audio Streaming) to up to five rooms, including its local music system, at the same time. There is audio and video playback and control for the iPod with the optional dock (ASD-11R). HD Radio is built in. HD Radio AM sounds like FM Radio while FM Radio sounds like CDs in quality and resonance.


Choose a Denon A/V Receiver that is Right for You Home Theater System

Denon offers several models of A/V home theater receiver systems, from the entry-level AVR-590 5.1-channel A/V surround receiver to the advanced AVR-990 model 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver. Each A/V receiver has different qualities so you can choose the one that is right for your home and the sound you want. Here's a quick breakdown of the Denon A/V receiver systems.

The Denon AVR-590 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity. The AVR-590 is a 5.1-channel A/V surround receiver that includes Dolby’s new Pro Logic IIz decoding. 75 watts per channel x 5 channels. Analog video to HDMI conversion, with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz HDMI pass-through. Audyssey MultEQ automatic room acoustic measuring and correction system. iPod/iPhone compatible via optional Denon iPod/iPhone dock. 3 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.



The Denon AVR-790 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity. The AVR-790is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that includes Dolby’s new Pro Logic IIz decoding. 90 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay VRS advanced analog and digital video upconversion and deinterlacing with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz pass-through. Audyssey MultEQ automatic room acoustic measuring and correction system. Sirius satellite ready. 4 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.



The Denon AVR-890 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity. The AVR-890is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that includes Dolby’s new Pro Logic IIz decoding. 105 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay ABT-2010 advanced analog and digital video 1080p/24fps/60fps upconversion and deinterlacing with multi-cadence detection. Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Audyssey Dynamic EQ. Sirius satellite ready. 5 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.



The Denon AVR-990 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity. The AVR-990is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that includes Dolby’s new Pro Logic IIz decoding. 120 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay ABT-2010 advanced analog and digital video 1080p/24fps/60fps upconversion and deinterlacing with multi-cadence detection. Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Audyssey Dynamic EQ. Sirius satellite ready. 5 HDMI inputs, 3 component inputs.






Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 17.1 x 6.7 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.5 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.
  • ASIN: B002AKKFRG
  • Item model number: AVR990
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,816 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 1, 2009

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

All in all, I think Denon makes a great receiver.
A. Milne
I checked the manual,tried several options and it did the same thing every time.
wiz 43
The auto setup correctly compensated and put in the "right" amount of bass.
J. E. Kline

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jack on July 7, 2010
I have owned Denon in the past, and have always found it to be quality Audio gear
Now that I need a Home AVR it was to no surprise after taking a 5 or 6 weeks to decide
I went with Denon AVR990 / 3310IC

I wanted to go with Pioneer SC-25 at it was the Model that I was impressed with, and my needs to have Phono Input - with an input stage (the amplification part for Phono) would sound great! - but I settled for the Denon as I got a better price - not sure what the sound difference is, as I did not have a side by side comparison, but I absolutely love the Denon AVR 990 Phono Input stage, with my JVC QL-Y55F - with GRADO G-2 Cartridge - sounds MUCH better than my CD's that I have the same Copy on both, It is a fun test for when people that come over to see how suspired the Vinyl records sound fuller and richer than CD's - also my speakers are also my speakers are Magnepans (full-range ribbon) - that helps

Anyway - the sound is Amazing, and I am very happy with my purchase, as my Previous model for the last 6 years was Harman Kardon - so I wanted to make sure the new model sounded as good or better than my last - as you may have noticed, I felt not go back to Harman Kardon - not because I did not like sound or quality!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Kline on January 12, 2012
After 1 year of use, 3 different configurations in two completely different rooms, I still absolutely love this receiver. I have the receiver paired with 7 Polk speakers, and I still think this rocks. Take care to use speaker wire of the appropriate AWG for the length of the run for the surround sound speakers (my satellites need 20 ft of wiring to get the wires into less conspicuous locations).

With HD Radio and plenty of local stations using it (and an iPod), I skipped the whole networking thing. Rhapsody and Napster aren't worth it to me.

Pros:
Great sound quality at all volumes
Handles every audio format my Blu-ray and DVR throw at it
Better than average GUI
HD Radio
Attractive remote for most uses

Cons:
Never got the subwoofer setup balanced -- with good, full-range speakers (24 Hz low end on my mains), the bass was overwhelming for every configuration I tried. So, I ditched the subwoofer (really!) and became beyond content. The auto setup correctly compensated and put in the "right" amount of bass.
"Late night" compression doesn't really work very well -- it's okay, but it still lacks something.
A minor detail, the speaker connections on the back are too closely spaced, imho.

As a note: setting up 7 speakers and 3+ components does involve a significant know-how, so I think the 1-star review didn't know what to expect.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris Boyd on April 26, 2010
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The best stereo I have ever owned. The quality is simply amazing. The only drawback is the receiver-based navigation for the iPod dock sucks. But other than that, this really is an incredible receiver.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By wiz 43 on January 7, 2011
I debated for a long time about buying this receiver; I checked out Denon's website,read all the reviews and a lot of forums. As I am sitting here,I can't think of any good reason for me spending this much money on it. I'm not just speaking of the Denon brand alone : I think that all of the new A/V receivers are pretty much alike. I have an older Pioneer 5.1 channel receiver that has been working flawlessly for over 12 years. My first Pioneer lasted over 20 years and still is perfect today. I could kick myself every day for selling that masterpiece of a 2 channel receiver. I only wanted a new one for the HDMI inputs and a few other options.I would have bought another Pioneer,but the new models don't have phono input or switched outlets to plug in my cooling fans in my custom made cabinet. Most of my use will be for listening to analog sources as I have hundreds of cd's, tapes and LP's. I will also be using it to watch DVD's and a lot of old VHS tapes.(remember those?) My thoughts on the AVR-990 are that it is indeed a handsome receiver with a lot of "bells and whistles" and connections. It is rated at 120 watts x7 @ .05 thd. My Pioneer was 100 watts x 5 but seemed like it had just as much power and a lot more bass output than the Denon. The overall sound of the DENON is quite good; Smooth response and definition and the video upscaling seems to work very well. There are some convienient options that I like,such as individual control of the source inputs and manual equalizer. I do not like the way the volume control responds or the lack of function buttons on the face of the unit.Read more ›
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