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The Denon AVR-2312CI is a mid-range to high-end A/V receiver similar to the Denon AVR-2112CI.

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Reasonably priced for the features.

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FLAC HD decoding handles FLAC files with optimal quality.

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Quick Select keys allow for quick and simple HDMI device selection.

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Supports multiple modern audio enhancement technologies for greater fidelity.

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Audyssey MultEQ XT Support for easy calibration.

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Compatible with modern network streaming technologies (DLNA 1.5, AirPlay).

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Lots of HDMI 1.4a inputs (7) for connecting multiple devices.

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Can support two subwoofers for extended bass performance.

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Network/internet connectivity is restricted to Ethernet.

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The Denon AVR-2312CI is a mid-range to high-end A/V receiver similar to the Denon AVR-2112CI. The AVR-2312CI, however, sports a couple of significant improvements over the AVR-2112CI, namely 7.2 channels (meaning support for two subwoofers) rather than 7.1 rated at 105W each rather than 90W and 7 HDMI 1.4a inputs rather than 6. Otherwise, the two models sport similar features, including: HD audio support, Dolby Pro Logic IIz and Audyssey MultEQ XT support.

The AVR-2312CI's dual subwoofer outputs allow it to provide greater bass response in larger rooms where a single subwoofer is not providing adequate bass response on its own. Its HD audio support allows the AVR-2312CI to handle Blu-ray high definition audio formats including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio for exceptional audio fidelity. Meanwhile, the AVR-2312CI's Dolby Pro Logic IIz technology provides it with support for two additional height channels for enhanced surround sound.


  • 7.2 audio channels at 105 watts per channel
  • Equal power amp design
  • HD audio support
  • Dolby Pro Logic IIz
  • Audyssey MultEQ XT support
  • Multi-zone/multi-source playback
  • HDMI 1.4a 7In/1Out 3D Ready
  • Deep Color and x.v.Color schemes
  • Ethernet for network connectivity
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