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The AVR-1611 is one of Denon's low-cost A/V receivers.

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Pros

the various sound formats switch automatically without needing to be manually set

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3D video support with full HDMI 1.4a passthrough, both input and output

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classic DVDs look nearly HD with automatic upconversion

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deep and rich sound reproduction

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clean rear I/O panel, well organized

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auto setup is fast and easy enough for entry-level users

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Cons

no AC power outlet in the back for related sound equipment

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reduced support for component inputs over previous models

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The AVR-1611 is one of Denon's low-cost A/V receivers. The Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio sound decoders are standard on Denon's A/V receivers (though their premium offerings have an Audyssey sound processor). The AVR-1611 also comes equipped with a Compressed Audio Restorer feature, which gives MP3s and other music from your portable music player a full voice. The Audyssey MultiEQ dynamic acoustic room correction, which automatically measures the speaker configuration and adapts the audio settings accordingly, is a staple of Denon's A/V receiver line.  

Features
  • Compressed Audio Restorer
  • 7.1 channels
  • 75 watts per channel
  • Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio audio decoders
  • Dolby Pro Logic IIz
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • HDMI 1.4a specification
  • 3D Blu-Ray compatible
  • Audyssey MultEQ
  • SACD playback
  • Netflix, DLNA and Youtube streaming
  • Discrete power amplification system
  • Dynamic Volume
  • Anchor Bay Technologies upscaler
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