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

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has HDMI v1.4 for future 3D compatibility

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on-screen EQ and general setup

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video upconversion allows TV to stay in one mode

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Quick-select button can power on everything at once, including TV

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Audyssey MultiEQ auto speaker configuration

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I am getting an occasional "POP" from SR speaker

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occasional audio sync problems, generally self-repairing

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relatively steep learning curve to take advantage of all functions

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output is not high powered compared to similar units

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The Denon AVR-591 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-591 builds from the AVR-391 by adding along analog-to-HDMI video conversion and support for HD audio decoding, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. Like its predecessor, the AVR-591 relies on four HDMI 1.4a inputs that support 3D pass-through (Broadcast and Blu-ray), Audio Return Channel, and CEC. Additional features include standard, iPod connectivity, Audyssey MultiEQ corrections system for auto speaker configurations, and discrete power at 120 watts per channel.

  • 3D Ready A/V Receiver
  • HDMI v1.4a Repeater Inputs (4)
  • 3D Compliant (Firmware Upgrade)
  • CEC Compliant (Integrated)
  • Analog-to-HDMI Video Conversion
  • HD Audio Decoding
  • iPod Connectivity
  • Simple GUI
  • Discrete Amps
  • Preouts
  • Dolby ProLogic IIz
  • Audyssey MultiEQ
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01/16/2011 08:54

My old Pnasonic home entertainment center died. Trashed it, keeped the cheepo speakers that came with it. I got an AVR-591 A/V Reciever for Christmas. This system does not recognize the subwoofer that I plugged into the 591's "Subwoofer Pre Out". My subwoofer has no controls on it, it just plugs in. I will have to wait until I can afford better speakers to upgrade. Any suggestions on how I can use this subwoofer?



03/01/2011 04:38

The subwoofer has to be a pre amp subwoofer. The Subwoofer output on the receiver is just a signal output. It doesnt output power. So to fix the problem you need a amplified subwoofer.

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