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The Denon AVR-3300 is a Dolby Digital Audio/Video Receiver with a total system power of 850-watts.

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Pros

Channel-based DAC (Digital-to-Analog Conversion) ensures maximum quality audio outputting - much preferred to receivers that apply post-fader conversion

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Remote control is slim and easy to use - commonly-used controls are properly placed, with dedicated numeric buttons for quick access to user presets

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Front-mounted headphone jack enables private listening - ideal for late-night content viewing for users who value high-quality processed audio

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Large amount of outputs ensures sufficient connectivity for large home theater setups - 5x composite/S-video connectivity supports multiple disc players, gaming consoles and cable boxes

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Excellent overall sound quality - frequencies are clean and balanced, with exceptional bass response

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Unit display is informative and easy to read - combination of text and LED notifiers provide full visual user support

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Dual Surround speaker switching capability is highly functional - allows users to run two independent setups tailored to different entertainment needs

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Cons

No HDMI makes the unit somewhat outdated.

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The Denon AVR-3300 is a Dolby Digital Audio/Video Receiver with a total system power of 850-watts. It features 8-channel external inputs and 8 pre-amp outputs to accommodate future multi-channel formats. The unit includes five sets of composite, S-video inputs, component video inputs and a set of component video outputs for high resolution video display compatibility.  

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