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Denon DHT-391XP 5.1 Channel Home Theater System (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 650-Watts total system power (AVR-391 - 5 x 110-watts + 100-watt powered subwoofer)
- HDMI 1.4a Repeater Inputs (4) and Output (1) support 1080p/24, 3D Pass Through (All formats)
- Decodes Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital Surround EX
- One cable connectivity from AVR-391 to your TV via HDMI (1.4a repeating technology)
- Compact and powerful.
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Transform your living room into a theater-quality entertainment center with the Denon DHT-391XP 5.1-Channel Home Theater System. The system comes with the Denon AVR-391 Receiver, which allows connectivity of Blu-Ray/DVD players, VCRs, game consoles, and other entertainment devices to your TV. It employs HDMI 1.4 repeating technology supporting 3D media and the latest high-definition audio and video formats. The receiver also comes bundled with a full 5.1-channel speaker system that has been optimized for use with the AVR-391 Receiver.
Denon DHT-391XP 5.1-Channel Home Theater System
- 650 watts total system power
- HDMI 1.4a for compatibility with 3D media
- 4 HDMI inputs, 1 output
- Supports the latest high-definition audio and video formats (Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio)
- 5.1-channel speaker system including subwoofer
Premium Audio Technologies for Superb Surround Sound
Fully compatible with the latest HD audio formats, the Denon AVR-391 receiver provides a powerful, theater-quality, surround-sound experience. It ensures maximum audio performance with multiple cutting-edge technologies:
- Equal Power Amp Design: Each of the receiver's five 110-watt channels (6-ohm, 1kHz) is powered by its own discrete circuit. This allows the receiver to reproduce the original surround sound with greater detail and dynamics than conventional models, using integrated circuits.
- High-Definition Audio Support: The AVR-391 features support for the latest Blu-Ray, high-resolution audio formats, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. These formats play back sound with exceptional fidelity, providing you with a more realistic listening experience.
Full Speaker System for Deep, Expansive Sound
To complement the AVR-391 receiver, Denon has included a full 5.1 speaker system. This compact, yet powerful system features two-way, front "LCR" type speakers using dual 3-inch woofers flanking a 1-inch tweeter. The surround speakers feature a 3-inch full range driver. The speakers are black vinyl clad wooden enclosures helping to minimize cabinet vibration to improve detail and definition. Providing depth and impact to the sound is an 8-inch, 100-watt powered subwoofer. Combined with the AVR-391, this package delivers 650-watts of total system power.
The slim-line front speaker scan be shelf- or wall-mounted to conserve space. The two surround speakers designed to expand the sound stage are compact facilitating easy placement. Likewise, the powerful, 100-watt subwoofer is compact enough to be tucked inconspicuously into a corner. This speaker system guarantees an intense audio experience when combined with the AVR391 receiver.
Vivid 3D Visuals with HDMI 1.4a
The AVR-391 is equipped with HDMI 1.4a, allowing you to make the most of several premium video features:
- 3D Pass-Through: 3D delivers a new level of home entertainment performance and the DHT391XP is ready for the challenge. By connecting a 3D-compliant Blu-ray disc player or broadcast device and 3D TV to the AVR391 you'll be able to experience high definition audio and video like never before.
- Deep Color and x.v.Color Support: The HDMI 1.4a capability of the AVR-391 also supports Deep Color and x.v.Color, which can display a larger color range than standard-definition schemes. The result is a more lifelike, vibrant picture.
Connectivity for System Expansion
With four HDMI inputs, the AVR-391 allows you to route multiple high-definition devices--like game consoles and Blu-Ray players--to your TV. Five analog audio inputs and two digital inputs (one coax, one optical) complete the connectivity package. There is a 3.5mm input jack on the units front panel allowing for easy connection of a portable audio player. And Denon offers optional iPod docks that easily connect to the system.
Ergonomic Design Promotes Easy Control
With its programmable functions and intuitive button layout, the AVR-391 is designed to maximize ease of use. The front panel is smartly organized, featuring clearly-labeled buttons and onboard controls for volume and source.
The AVR-391's remote can sync with other entertainment devices in your home theater, eliminating the need for additional remote controls. It can also be easily programmed with macro functions, giving you more flexibility in controlling your home theater.
The AVR-391 5.1 Channel A/V Home Theater Receiver is backed by a 2-year warranty. The speakers are backed by a 5-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Remote Control with Batteries, Owners Manuals, Speaker Wire, AM & FM Antennas
Top Customer Reviews
The components seem quality built. The receiver is heavy and well ventilated. The speakers are heavy and wooden. Everything is just sturdy. It shipped well packed in a heavy box.
The amplifier itself is the same circuitry and power rating you'll find in more expensive Denon receivers, like the 591 and 1611. From what I gather it's THD and power compare well with more expensive models. It certainly does a good job with the included speakers. It will get ridiculous house party loud, no worries.
The HDMI inputs gave no problems. Denon is sometimes noted for handshake problems, but I did not encounter any. I have a Motorola DVR, a Sony BDP-S570 blu-ray and a Samsung PNC50C450 and they all sync up perfectly. I did the latest firmware updates on each device prior to the Denon arriving.
The sound is pretty tweak-able, if you have the patience. More on that later.
The included speaker wires are long.
Setting this thing up is tedious. There's no surround auto setup. You need to measure your speaker distances manually. You need to tweak the loudness of each speaker to your liking. They should all be equal. You need to specify the type of each speaker.. etc. The menus are not very intuitive. The included speaker wire is pretty thin 22 gauge. I suppose this is ok, but it seems fragile and I prefer some more durable, less resistive 16 gauge wire for the long runs in my room. You may want to play with the crossover frequencies also.Read more ›
Now, for the sound quality: I'm blown away by the sound quality and volume. Granted, my space is rather smallish. It's a corner in the lower floor of my house. It's about 11'x11'. I have a Panasonic 42' plasma and a FIOS. The bass is very strong and deep. I read some reviews where people complained about the lack of bass. I can't comment on their experience, but I keep my sub at only half the volume and it's really deep and strong. I have a FIOS, so the movies are in Dolby Digital. The sound is excellent: strong, crisp, clear, with a loud and strong, but not overpowering bass. I don't have a Blu-ray, so I can't comment on how the sound would be in Tru-HD. And while the movies sound is great, I'm still trying to figure out how good the sound is while listening music. I may post on that once I get more chance to test the system.
In short, if you want my recommendation, I'd say absolutely positive. Denon gives 2 year warranty for the receiver, and 5 years for the speakers.
Oh boy glad I made the decision. For the low price this package comes you cannot compare it with any other systems. Yes there are home theatre systems with better receivers and sound system but not for this price.
My living room is fair sized (16 x 14) and so far I am happy with the sound quality. This system does not have Audyssey and dynamic volume control but for that I had to shell out an extra 250 and decided to live without those features. This is my first HTIB and I have not tweaked many settings but still watching movies and listening to music is a pleasure.
I am not providing any technical details as its available out there but wanted to add a review to help others buy the system if they do not want to break the bank but still need a good, solid entry level HTIB.
Surround Mode: DTS NEO 6: Cinema
Made all speakers SMALL, disable S.B (Surround backs, only for 7.1 systems)
Kept sub on LFE - because fronts are satellites (small), not full tower speakers.
Went into TONE and changed TREBLE to +6.0
Turned ON RESTORER - improves audio quality even if there is no compression.
Upped right and left surround channels from 0 to +6.0
Set proper distances to all speakers from couch
Bought 16 AWG speaker wire, the included wire looks way to thin.
Could not be happier with the receiver. Built sturdy, looks great, very good options. You can set the frequency cutoffs for the surrounds and sub, still fiddling with that to find the best setting. Surround sound is incredible. When you hook up this system, play Transformers 2 and just watch the intro where it shows the Dreamworks and Paramount logo - I was blown away. All speakers work very accurately. Some people had a problem with the lack of inputs on the back of the receiver, however I found it perfectly fine because all my components (blu-ray, xbox360, wii) go into the TV first and then a single optical digital audio out goes to the receiver.
Subwoofer is also very powerful and responsive, without overpowering all the audio.
My one complaint is the satellite speakers. Why would Denon ever slap their name on these horrible things? The ONLY thing satellites have to do is provide the mid and upper tones - it isn't expensive to build a good tweeter and 3" woofer. So why is the treble so lacking? Even with the treble maxed out, I feel like I am starving for the clear high pitched sound effects.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still have this system its awesome and i wouldnt hesitate to recommend it to anyonePublished 9 months ago by wilbert
The Receiver keeps locking up, requiring a hard reboot. Very annoying. Haven't called Denon about it yet but the web talk doesn't give me much hope there. Read morePublished on February 12, 2013 by Jerry Lehner
First off, I got this earlier in the year from Best Buy, clearanced out at $199. For that money it's great. For $450 I'm not thinking it's worth it. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by L. Allen
This set pretty much out competes other systems in its price range. Setup was a breeze. Its challenging get the levels adjusted and inputs set. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by drew
I needed to replace my older Sony stuff that had served me well. The price was right, the sound is right. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by Daniel H. Burton
I purchased this from Accessories4Less.com for a total of $283.00 including shipping. The system is refurbised but I have not had any issues with it. The sound is good. Read morePublished on June 26, 2012 by JoseRenteria
This is a good starter home theater system for anybody who wants a higher end unit without the higher price!!Published on January 7, 2012 by ranger22x
I purchased this system for a Christmas gift for my family. And I have not been disappointed. The system was easy to set-up and configure. Read morePublished on November 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I read a lot of reviews of this before I ended up purchasing it, so I knew it was prone to freezing. Read morePublished on November 16, 2011 by D. Kaniss