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Denon 4805

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Jase, Dec 4, 2004.

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  1. Jase

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    Details have emerged for the replacement to the A11SR. Info taken from this thread at AVS.

    http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=468631

    From Denon's Press Release:

    Denon AVR-4805 Receiver Offers Multi-Zone Home Entertainment

    Denon’s newest A/V receiver, the AVR-4805, rounds out the company’s line with a world-class component that offers unprecedented features and capabilities for a price significantly lower than might be expected (SRP:$3,000). The AVR-4805 features 7 discrete amplifiers and multiple-channel output, which provide independent audio and video processing capabilities that allows a multi-source/multi-zone home entertainment experience from a single component. To create the optimum soundfield for any room no matter what the acoustics are like, the AVR-4805 also features the groundbreaking MultEQ technology from Audyssey Laboratories. The first-ever technology to correct adverse acoustical effects of rooms for multiple listeners, MultEQ automatically calibrates the home theater system by setting the proper playback levels, speaker distance, and satellite-subwoofer blending.

    The AVR-4805 offers compatibility with every popular 6.1 and 5.1-channel surround sound format from Dolby and DTS to THX Ultra2 Cinema and Music, and THX Surround EX decoding. For the ultimate in image quality, the AVR-4805 features component video up-conversion that automatically up-converts the input signal (composite video, S-video) from a DVD player, VCR or camcorder, up-converting it to a component video signal for hookup to a compatible TV. In addition, S-video up-and down-conversion automatically converts the input signal to match the TV input and maximize signal quality. To further enhance connectivity, the AVR-4805 features HDMI and DVI-D (HDCP) video switching, a first at this price point. As an added bonus, the AVR-4805 includes the proprietary Denon Link connection and IEEE-1394 ports as well as a RS-232 port for control.

    Oh, btw, I recall 130wpc.


    Also been confirmed that it's Room EQ is the full blown MultEQ XT from the 5805. :thumbsup:
     
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    Interesting, I have just bought a 3805 and am quite happy with it but am always looking for an upgrade.
     

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