Denon AVR-E200 5.1 Channel 3D Pass Through Home Theater AV Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Simple & easy setup with Denon Setup Assistant - on-screen graphical display with clear text and icons so you can easily make adjustments and settings during setup,Enjoy 3D video entertainment with dynamic surround sound with 3D pass-through technology
- 4 HDMI inputs, including 1 front panel HDMI input with 1080p and 3D pass-through
- Convenient front panel 3.5mm stereo input jack for quick and easy connection to your portable music device
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This item: Denon AVR-E200 5.1 Channel 3D Pass Through Home Theater AV Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, stereo jack input, 3D pass through||Bluetooth||HDMI||Wired|
|Color||Information not provided||Receiver||Information not provided||Black|
|Special Features||5-channel amplifier||70W per channel at 8 ohms||5 channel discrete amplification||3 Compatiblity|
|Warranty Description||2 years warranty on parts and labor||Information not provided||2 years warranty on parts and labor||Information not provided|
|Product Site Launch Date||Fri Mar 01 16:00:01 UTC 2013||Thu May 15 07:00:01 UTC 2014||Fri Mar 01 08:00:01 UTC 2013||Wed Apr 04 09:42:19 UTC 2012|
|Item Weight||17.7 pounds||17.4 pounds||18.1 pounds||17.2 pounds|
|Dimensions||6 inches x 12.6 inches x 17.1 inches||5.9 inches x 17.1 inches x 12.6 inches||6 inches x 13.2 inches x 17.1 inches||5.9 inches x 12.6 inches x 17.1 inches|
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From the Manufacturer
Experience immersive 5.1 channel surround sound along with easy setup and use with the Denon AVR-E200 A/V receiver. It's equipped with the latest Dolby and DTS high-definition surround sound decoding that lets you enjoy a rich surround sound experience with your favorite DVD and Blu-ray movies and concerts. The on-screen display combines clear text and easy-to-understand graphics, making setup simple and providing easy day-to-day operation.
Top Customer Reviews
Setup was about as simple as it gets for A/V systems, having done quite a few entertainment systems for myself, family, and friends. My one complaint about setup here is that the printed and included "Getting Started" quick-setup guide only covers half of the initial setup process/menu-hierarchy in English before it transitions roughly into French. It's helpful up to the point at which it changes languages, but then one is left to figure out the rest oneself. What's the point of including it at all?
The full manual is included on a CD-ROM, but since it's only about 60 pages long, why not just include a printed copy of that rather than the multi-lingual-and-incomplete "Getting Started" guide, which runs 40+ pages anyway and isn't complete in ANY of 4 languages?
The final part of what made me deduct a star from this otherwise-fine unit is that the on-screen menu and menu-hierarchy are not that intuitive. Even for someone very familiar with using these types of on-screen menus, it takes a while to remember how to find everything one needs to tweak. I'd point out that the remote is lacking in heft and has a balance point for my thumb that doesn't land anywhere near squarely on the volume adjustment, which is where it should land, and I'm done complaining.
If one can get over these minor annoyances, one will be very happy with this unit. Great sound, plenty of power (though remember that it's really 75W with the 8 Ohm speakers usually included in home stereo systems -- see p.Read more ›
Setup is really easy. In the rear, everything is color-coded (as are the cables). There are easily distinguishable inputs for speaker wires (Front L/R, Rear L/F, Center and Subwoofer). It would have been nice if there was an option for `banana plugs', but that's minor. You can hook up your satellite, cable and monitor by `optical', HDMI or standard audio cable. You can also hook up your FM Coaxial and AM loop antenna. I have chosen to use HDMI cables, as they give the most reliable digital transfer and are simply easy to install. Set up in the front is also very intuitive with all the graphics information basically being a walk-through to set up your speakers and other receiver items.
This unit has the latest Dolby and DTS high-definition surround sound decoding to date, but to be honest, as good as it all sounds; I cannot hear the difference between these two systems.
The `Quick Select Function' (four buttons on remote and receiver) allow you to easily choose between Cable/Satellite, Blu-ray, Game or Aux inputs. Each one of these can be sound customized and the best news is your receiver will remember these settings even after you turn your receiver off.Read more ›
my audio room is 45 sq meters, (484 sq feet).
Recently I liberated myself... after spending years buying expensive recivers that could do music and movies.
Well, for Home theater the most important thing to consider before spending a lot, are the constant upgrades to standards.
When I saw this receiver line come out, the specs and the focus of it's conception: HDMI, discreet channels, 3D, crossover settings for all channels, video passthrough and good price.
I thought to myself, heck, I'll just separate music and Home theater units and be done with.
A great liberating call, It fills my room with more than enough volume... looks amazing, has nicely detailed sound, very easy to setup. The menu is SUPER EASY, albeit you know at least the BASICS, if not ther's a ton of online info for you to understand speaker setup.
- You get the E-300 if you really want Audessy calibration... which I don't need... My ears are good enough for my room... and networking capabilities and connectivity. And using your IOS or Android device as a controller with the cool app.
Sound equipment is like wine... you can get a 1000 dollar bottle and if you drink it in a plastic cup, at the wrong temperature while eating a hotdog, it would be beat by a regular quality wine, properly served.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK BEFORE YOU GO CRAZY SPENDING... properly match speakers... sub... the correct settings... positiong and THE ROOM makes for 75% of the sound experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed a simple receiver with hdmi inputs for a charity's use. This Denon model fits the bill perfectly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anil Saigal
I had to send mine off to be repaired within a few months because all of the HDMI ports went out. You pay the shipping for that, and it isn't cheap. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Voisin
Arrived with a broken pad on the base of the enclose - fortunately ace hardware had table skid pads that fit perfectly $$. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I thought the controls on this were confusing, but once setup, it works well.Published 5 months ago by Cody Weber
JUNK... was nice for the first year than a board burnt. Moderate to low use used it maby twice a week if that. I EXPECTED BETTER FROM THAT NAME BRAND.Published 10 months ago by chris flateland
I needed a new and inexpensive amp to drive some Teac LS-H265's and a Polk PSW303, and the AVR-E200 fit in the budget nicely. Read morePublished 11 months ago by kyle and carolann