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The AVR-3311CI is Denon's mid-priced offering in their line of A/V receivers.

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Warm sound

8 agree

Audyssey MultEQ XT program for room accoustic correction includes remote

6 agree

$300 price drop over previous generation AVR-3310CI

5 agree

Can be integrated into your home automation system

5 agree

Excellent video upscaler and deinterlacer - Anchor Bay ABT2015.

4 agree

Ethernet connectivity for media streaming

4 agree

6 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs (all 1.4a capable of 3D and audio return)

4 agree
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Spartan, basic-looking UI

3 agree

Mediocre network functionality - a dedicated media streamer or HTPC will be much better

2 agree

No PC-VGA input

2 agree

$200 more expensive that AVR-991 that has almost the same featureset and specs

2 agree

No VGA input

1 agrees
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The AVR-3311CI is Denon's mid-priced offering in their line of A/V receivers. The high-quality surround sound decoders (Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio) that are a fixture of Denon's A/V receivers are present here, though the AVR-3311CI has Audyssey's DSX surround processor instead of the Dolby ProLogicIIz processor that its cousin the AVR-2311CI has. The automatic room acoustic correction feature, which utilizes the Audyssey MultiEQ XT system's microphone to tailor the settings for the richest possible surround experience, is standard on Denon's A/V receivers. The Anchor Bay Technologies VRS processor, which upconverts standard definition video sources to HDMI, is also standard in the Denon's line of A/V receivers. The AVR-3311CI is a step up from the AVR-2311CI in that it has ethernet connectivity, Pandora/Flickr access and PC streaming (also included on the AVR-4311CI).

  • Network ready (multi-media PC connectivity)
  • Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio sound decorders
  • Audyssey DSX surround processor
  • Ethernet connectivity
  • Pandora/Flickr access
  • Automatic room acoustic correction
  • HDMI 1.4a
  • Blu-Ray compatibility
  • HD radio
  • Discrete power amplification system
  • 6 HDMI inputs
  • 7 125w channels
  • Anchor Bay Technologies VRS processor
Post Review
David Bybee
10/02/2013 11:52

I bought a refurbished model of this receiver from accessories4less and not a day goes by that I don't think about how awesome this receiver sounds.

Miguel Silva
12/26/2010 11:11

Is this receiver able to work and be connected to a Mac network (time Machine)?

11/23/2010 06:03

how do i hook my wii to the denon

Nicolau Lunardelli Neto

Nicolau Lunardelli Neto

12/15/2010 11:39

with a composite cable

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