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The AVR-4311CI is one of Denon's mid-priced offerings in their line of A/V receivers.

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7 HDMI inputs (1.4a, 3D capable, audio return channel)

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Discrete amplification for all 9 channels

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Excellent multi-zone functionality

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Audyssey MultiEQ XT 32 room correction provides 32X the resolution of the predecessor MultiEQ XT

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Ethernet connectivity with PC streaming

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USB connectivity to iPhone/iPod rather than a separate dock

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Includes Dolby Volume Leveling technology

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HDMI clock control for syncing sound with Blu-Ray clock

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Improved power to 140 W over predecessor's 130 W

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Excelent surround sound

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Pre-amp mode for future-proofing and adding a separate amplifier later

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Expensive price-point .. step-down AVR-3311CI provides better value

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The AVR-4311CI is one of Denon's mid-priced offerings in their line of A/V receivers. Like its cousin, the AVR-3311CI, the AVR-4311CI is equipped with ethernet connectivity and PC streaming capability, as well as Pandora and Flickr access. The high quality surround sound decoders (Dolby True HD, DTS-HD Master Audio) are a fixture of Denon's A/V receivers. The Anchor Bay Technologies VRS processor, which upgrades analog and digital video sources to HD quality, is also standard Denon A/V receiver fare. However, the AVR-4311CI has 9.2 channels of surround sound, as well as Dolby Volume, features which set it apart from the lower-cost AVR-3311CI and AVR-2311CI.  

  • Ethernet connectivity
  • PC streaming
  • Pandora/Flickr access
  • Dolby True HD, DTS-HD Master Audio 
  • 9.2 channels
  • Audyssey MultiEQ room correction
  • Dolby Volume
  • HDMI 1.4a
  • Blu-Ray compatibility
  • HD radio
  • Discrete power amplification system
  • 7 HDMI inputs
  • 2 parallel HDMI inputs
  • Anchor Bay Technologies VRS
  • HDMI clock control


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