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All units host HDMI v1.4a Repeater Inputs with 3D/CEC compliance.

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Pros

HDMI input switching is fast without lengthy pausing or decoding before audio/video starts

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wide range of HD audio codecs supported, all are automatically detected and passed through at the expected quality

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Cons

no standby mode that allows passthru - all signals completely cut off when unit is off

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analog video does not upconvert to 1080p

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no on-screen menu display, all setup and settings adjustment through the front panel

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difficult to detect which audio codec is being used, panel doesn't show it automatically

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speaker configuration is handled manually, no automatic setup

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Denon AVR-391 is one of five 3D-ready, advanced audio/visual receivers released during summer 2010 as an upgrade from previous generation AVR models. All units host HDMI v1.4a Repeater Inputs with 3D/CEC compliance. In particular, the 5-channel AVR-391 is the base entry-level unit, so it lacks analog-to-HDMI video upconversion and HD Audio decoding. It does, however, boast standard iPod connectivity (not Digital Direct via USB), an easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI), and fully discrete amps with 75 watts per channel. Plus two preouts for Surround Back channels or Dolby ProLogic IIz decoding are included as well.

Features
  • 3D Ready A/V Receiver
  • HDMI v1.4a Repeater Inputs (4)
  • 3D Compliant (Firmware Upgrade)
  • CEC Compliant (Integrated)
  • iPod Connectivity
  • Simple GUI
  • Discrete Amps
  • Preouts
  • Dolby ProLogic IIz
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Anonymous
07/15/2011 10:37

how do I unlock my Denon AVR-391?

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06/28/2012 11:37

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06/28/2012 11:45

reset the microprocessor: turn off the power using ON/STANDBY..button on the left lower front.
press ON/STANDBY..at the same time press SURROUND MODE
the display will start flashing for about one second, release the two buttons. READ YOUR MANUAL to stay in Tune with your Denon391.

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