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Denon AVR1910 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Audyssey MultEQ, Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ
- Dolby Laboratories new Pro Logic IIz Matrix decoding featuring front height effects channels
- HDMI 1.3a Repeating (4 input, 1 output) provides one cable connection between the receiver and TV
- All 7 channels of equal 90-watt power @ 0.08 % THD, 20 - 20kHz
- 1080p HDMI connectivity supports Blu-ray disc surround sound formats, including Dolby TrueHD and DD+, dts-HD and dts-HR
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The Denon AVR1910 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity - Enhances Your Level of Entertainment EnjoymentThe AVR-1910 is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that brings out the full performance of HD audio and HD video. It also has a high-performance video processor that reproduces the usual SD picture quality of DVD and other sources in the high 1080p resolution of HD video. The highly versatile AVR-1910 even supports Dolby Pro Logic IIz that reproduces surround sound with vertical dimensions in the front.
Includes four HDMI inputs and dual component inputs
Superior Technology, Superior Sound
Combining superlative performance and extensive signal processing capabilities, the AVR-1910 is packed with deluxe features that include the latest high resolution audio decoders, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. And, the AVR-1910 is one of the first to include Dolby Pro Logic IIz, which provides front height channel effects, for an incredibly expansive front soundstage. The video section features the latest Video Reference Series processor from Anchor Bay Technologies, providing analog-to-digital video deinterlacing and upconversion to HD, with both component and HDMI outputs, and features 1080p 24Hz/60Hz HDMI pass-through.
With four HDMI inputs and dual component inputs, the AVR-1910 is fully prepared for present and future HD sources. Top audio fidelity is assured with Audyssey MultEQ room acoustic measurement and correction system, which analyzes the speakers and the listening room and automatically corrects the response for the smoothest, most natural tonal balance. Audyssey Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ ensure rich tonal quality at any volume level, with no annoying volume jumps at commercial interruptions.
Operate the on-screen display
with the remote control unit
Robust Power Source for Each Block
To produce a clear, stable power circuit that prevents unwanted noise from affecting the sound, the AVR-1910 has a dedicated CPU transformer that is separate from the audio and video circuitry. The AVR-1910 is endowed with a powerful rectifier circuit with 12,000 block capacitors and a bridge diode of 8A capacity, surpassing typical models in this price range, to supply stable current with negligible noise.
High-Bit I/P Converter and Scaler Up to 1080p
The AVR-1910 uses a high-performance 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.
Analog to HDMI Up-Conversion
Analog video input signals (composite, S-Video component) are converted to digital video signals and transmitted to the HDMI output port. Digital video signals are sent to the HDMI output even when multiple HDMI devices such as a video camera or a game console are connected to the AVR-1910. One HDMI cable is all that is needed to connect the AVR-1910 to a TV or monitor.
Top audio fidelity is assured with the Audyssey MultEQ
room acoustic measurement and correction system
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 require a separate 2-channel amplifier.)
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.
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-1910 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.
Choose a Denon A/V Receiver that is Right for You Home Theater SystemDenon offers several models of A/V home theater receiver systems, from the entry-level AVR-1610 to the advanced AVR-4310CI model. 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, so you can find the one that's right for you.
The Denon AVR1610 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity--The AVR-1610 is a versatile A/V surround receiver with a 5.1-channel amplifier that supports DolbyTrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding. 75 watts per channel x 5 channels. Analog video to HDMI conversion, with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz HDMI pass-through. iPod/iPhone compatible via optional Denon iPod/iPhone dock. 3 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.
The Denon AVR1910 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity--The AVR-1910 is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that brings out the full performance of HD audio and HD video. 90 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay VRS advanced analog and digital video upconversion and deinterlacing with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz pass-through. Sirius satellite ready. 4 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.
The Denon AVR2310CI 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with 1080p HDMI Connectivity--The AVR-2310CI is a versatile A/V surround receiver with a 7.1-channel surround amp that supports Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding . 105 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay VRS advanced analog and digital video upconversion and deinterlacing with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz pass-through. iPod/iPhone compatible via optional Denon iPod/iPhone dock. 5 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs.
The Denon AVR3310CI 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity--The AVR-3310CI is a 7.1-channel A/V surround receiver that not only offers high-bit interlace-to-progressive conversation and scaling up to 1080p along with other acclaimed Denon audio and video technologies. 120 watts per channel x 7 channels. Anchor Bay VRS advanced analog and digital video upconversion and deinterlacing with 1080p 24Hz/60Hz pass-through. iPod/iPhone compatible via optional Denon iPod/iPhone dock. 5 HDMI inputs, 3 component inputs.
The Denon AVR4310CI 7.1-Channel Multi-Zone Home Theater Receiver with Networking Capability and 1080p HDMI Connectivity--The AVR-4310CI is a 7-channel A/V surround receiver that offers DENON LINK 4th and high-bit i/p conversion and scaling along with other acclaimed Denon audio and video technologies. 130 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. HD Radio AM/FM tuner. XM and Sirius satellite radio ready. 6 HDMI inputs, dual HDMI video outputs.
Top Customer Reviews
After many months of research at various forums and websites, here were my conclusions about the new 2009 models:
1. Yamaha 665 added extra HDMI inputs and video upscaling which is good but also cut weight by about 8 lbs mainly from the amplifier which means less output and clean sound.
2. Onkyo 607 is mainly the same as last year's, with an extra HDMI for a total of 5 inputs. Added Dolby Prologic II Z which is more of a gimmick than useful from what I have read. Still runs very hot and has same poor video processing chip. Questionable reliability.
3. Harman Kardon was the brand I owned before my Yamaha and I really love them, but last year had excessive amounts of glitches with video and audio compatibility. Most have been corrected buy I'm not willing to take that chance as of yet.
4. Pioneer makes a nice unit in the 1018 last year, but this year the 1019 has been cut drastically in weight too. Power amp has been cut down to lower levels. Nice GUI and ipod compatibility built in, but a little weak in the power section.
5. Sony. Never really been fond of Sony receivers in the past. ES series is nice, but pricey.Read more ›
The most important thing 1910 adds is the Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. These are new 'lossless' codecs that Blu-Ray discs now a days have. While not significantly different than normal Dolby/DTS, these provide more possibilities to the sound engineers And since they are starting to use it, better make your receiver to be future proof.
I've a 7.1 setup and the receiver produces an awesome sound. The setup was a breeze ( I don't get the complaint Denon's are hard to setup!), Audyssey helped somewhat, but I changed the levels to my liking after the Audyssey setup. Crisp, deep sound. Never had my 128kbps mp3s sound so good! Love the dynamic sound control, almost a gimmick but works flawlessly to control the sound during those annoying informercials!
HDMI A/V passthrough works great, 4 HDMI inputs are more than enough. Remote is pretty bad, but I have Harmony one which sets up easily to control.
As far as other brands, I compared this system to Onkyo's, Harmon's, Yamaha's and this blows them away. Since Marantz and Denon merged a while back, Denon's have improved their quality to be almost like Marantz. Can't justify Marantz price, I think I got almost everything Marantz offers.
Will recommend the system to anyone who wants professional quality system at almost a bargain price!
Short summary: I've owned this receiver for one month, and am very pleased.
I had a decent 5.1 receiver before, but it was 6+ years old, didn't support HDMI and thus lacked the lossless audio formats (DTS-MA, Dolby TrueHD). I now have a 1080p HDTV and a blu-ray player, so it was only fitting that I'd upgrade the receiver to get the full high-def experience: video AND audio.
My requirements were simple: at least 4 HDMI inputs, support for lossless audio via HDMI (LPCM at minimum, since PS3 handles decoding just fine), ability to upconvert all input from digital and analog sources to 1080p over HDMI, and had to be under $[...].
There are a few other brands of receivers that fit the requirements (Sony, Onkyo, Pioneer), but I settled on the Denon because it contained a few extras that sweetened the deal: low heat (ugh, Onkyo), no major HDCP handshake issues (Sony should know better), Audyssey (which the Pioneer lacked), and Dolby PLIIz.
Despite the Denon's horrid manual, setup was a breeze thanks in large part to online guides ([...]).
My first impressions: even before running the Audyssey setup, I was blown away. I tested it with Blu-ray versions of Ironman and The Dark Knight and was shocked that I could get such clear sound out of my low-end small speakers.
After running Audyssey with the included microphone, I'm even more impressed.Read more ›
This is the first Denon product I can honesty say is not over priced. Packed with features, lots of inputs and combinations, and most important, REALLY, REALLY, great sound at ALL volume levels.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this unit with hopes of creating a great home theater experience.
It was not to be. Ended up taking it back to Best Buy for a refund. The set up never ends. Read more
Have the purest music I have ever heard, so beautiful and ease of use, thxPublished on July 19, 2014 by Billy Thompson
I got this in 2010. It no longer works. After making no changes both audio and video no longer work.Published on July 9, 2014 by Joshua Harold
This model has a design defect, and the video image will quite working on the tv, when some component overheats. Great service from Denon repaired 5 times for free. Read morePublished on March 4, 2014 by Charles Kangas
I read great reviews on this receiver 2.5 years ago. I bought the unit brand new and it stopped working after 6 months. Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by Ryan B.
Does everything my Denon 1706 did, works perfect! Connected the same as my old receiver so set up was quick. 5.1 in my living room and stereo out on the patio!Published on January 17, 2014 by Bill
DO NOT buy this unit from Modia! It is a bait and switch. If you want an AVR-1910, don't order it here. Modia does not have any. Read morePublished on November 26, 2013 by Russell V Weissman
When I purchased this receiver in 2010 I was looking for one that could provide me with a home
theater experience along with SACD and DVD-Audio playability. Read more
Bought in April 2010, died in August 2013.
I find myself almost mirroring another reviewer who hated the same things I did. Read more