Denon fans, you're in for a treat
There aren't many companies that have been around since 1910, and the list gets much smaller when you're talking about audio companies. 2020 marks a staggering 110 years since Denon began making high-quality audio gear. To celebrate, they created the AVR-A110 — a 110th Anniversary Edition home theater receiver that's loaded with massive amplification and practically every technological bell and whistle that Denon offers.
High-quality sound — in one room or three
At its core, the flagship AVR-A110 is an audiophile-grade 13-channel amplifier. Use all 13 channels in an expansive 7.2.6 or 9.2.4 Dolby Atmos or DTS:X™ home theater. Or, go with a more conventional surround sound setup, and repurpose the extra channels for sound in up to two additional zones.
Rated at a beefy 150 watts per channel (with two channels driven), the AVR-A110 can drive stand-mount, floor-standing, or custom-integrated speakers with authority.
Advanced video processing for movies and more
Denon made sure the AVR-A110 is compatible with the latest video technology. One of its eight HDMI inputs supports 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz video content (think Sony's upcoming PlayStation® 5, or the Xbox Series X). The other seven HDMI inputs support 4K at 60 frames per second — perfect for high-quality sources like a