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Denon 7.2Ch AV Receiver AVR-X2700H - $1599 @ Klapp Audio Visual


Details at Denon AU website


  • High-performance discrete 7-channel amplifier: Delivers maximum performance and 95W per channel (8 ohms, 20Hz-20kHz, THD: 0.08%, 2 ch. driven) to provide the classic and dynamic Denon sound experience.
  • Full 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz support: With the latest HDMI support, enjoy 8K quality video from your 8K source devices. One 8K input and two outputs allow for 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz pass-through. 8K upscaling is available on all 6 HDMI inputs.
  • The latest in HDMI support: With 6 advanced HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs with full HDCP 2.3 support, connect to 6 media devices and output to 2 displays.
  • Enjoy your favorite 3D audio formats: Enjoy immersive, 3D audio from sources like Dolby Atmos®, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization, DTS:X® and DTS Virtual:X™.
  • Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) HDMI support: Through the main HDMI output, connect your TV with eARC HDMI support to allow uncompressed and object-based audio formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X directly from your smart TV app to your AV receiver.
  • The latest in video compatibility: The latest HDR format support including HDR10, HDR10+ (New in 2020), HLG, Dolby Vision, as well as Dynamic HDR (New in 2020), to provide the greatest picture quality for brightness, clarity and contrast.
  • The next generation in movie immersion: With 8K/60Hz pass-through and upscaling, Dynamic HDR and Quick Media Switching (QMS), enjoy crystal clear picture in the highest quality available.
  • The latest in gaming experiences: With 4K/120Hz pass-through, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Quick Frame Transport (QFT), enjoy your gaming experience with amazing imaging, as well as reduced lag and latency from features.
  • Works with your favorite voice services: Use your voice to control the AVR-X2700H and wireless music services hands-free with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Josh.ai.
  • Wireless streaming from the most popular music services: Enjoy all of your favorite music services like Spotify®, Pandora®, Amazon Music HD, TIDAL, SiriusXM, Deezer and more. The AVR-X2700H also lets you enjoy your music via AirPlay 2, letting you stream your favorite tracks from Apple Music.
  • “Roon Tested” Certified: Get more out of your digital music library with searchable, surfable information about your favorite artists and songs. Find lyrics, concert dates, photos, bios, reviews and more.
  • Phono input: With the included phono input, the AVR-X2700H lets you connect your turntable and play your favorite vinyl records. Enjoy your collection with exceptional quality and sound.
  • Dual subwoofer outputs: Smooths out low frequencies for better bass dispersion.
  • HEOS® Built-in wireless multi-room music streaming technology: Listen from any room for a connected, whole-home audio experience. The AVR-X2700H also works with the newly introduced Denon Home speakers to let you enjoy a whole-home audio experience.
  • High-resolution audio streaming for Hi-Fi enthusiasts: Enjoy your favorite Hi-Res quality file playback with FLAC, ALAC, and WAV support, as well as DSD 2.8/5.6MHz.
  • All Zone TV audio: Play the audio from your TV to another zone for your favorite shows without losing fully discrete surround sound in the main zone.
  • Built-in Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi with 2.4GHz/5GHz dual band support: Solid wireless network connectivity even in congested environments.
  • Bluetooth® Audio Transmitter: Enjoy your favorite audio through your Bluetooth headphones late at night or with your family member who is hearing impaired. This feature supports Bluetooth-only playback as well as simultaneous playback with connected speakers.
  • Award-winning Denon Setup Assistant and graphical user interface: Easy and intuitive out-of-box setup experience.
  • Audyssey MultEQ XT calibration software: Delivers ultimate equalization for your unique listening environment.
  • Smart TV connectivity: Control the Denon AVR-X2700H with your TV remote via HDMI CEC.
  • OvrC and Domotz Pro remote system monitoring and management technology: Lets custom integrators monitor and troubleshoot remotely, drastically reducing downtime.
  • Custom install ready: The Denon AVR-X2700H features external control and IP control capabilities for easy customization and compatibility with third-party integration solutions.
  • Amazing audio built on 110-years of innovation: Denon is the defining audio company of Japan. Founded in 1910, we enable the moments that matter through the relentless pursuit of quality, innovation and audio performance.

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  • These AVRs had issues with the HDMI 2.1 spec if that matters to you. Still a problem for XBSX users.

    • Doing gods work

    • Yes, it’s a good price but hard to recommend anyone buy one right now given the HDMI 2.1 issues unless you know for sure you’ll never need them (ie not a gamer.)

    • Good point, HDMI 2.1 is still ok for PS5 and Nvidia cards according that website though with tuning of setting. Still feels like a bit of a gamble?

    • It's not a problem with the receiver it's an issue with the monitors and TV's. They've been lying and saying you can get full hdmi 2.1 specs but its under the bandwidth for the connections. Which means you can't passthrough the full 48gbps. That's why there's an issue.

      • He's talking about a different issue Sound United has discussed regarding their Denon and Marantz AVRs. The temporary solution is to connect directly to the TV and feed the audio back to the AVR.

        Thx 48 Gbps spec is irrelevant I believe atm as current TVs only support up to 40 iirc.

        • No the new Sony has the full bandwidth. Only commercial TV to have it so far. It is related, as you need to take something away from the picture to get it working. Either no 4:4:4 chroma, HDR, 120fps, etc. That is what is causing problems. The receiver doesn't know what to do exactly with compensating for the TV or monitors lack of bandwidth. So it's glitching when trying to output the content

  • Wouldn’t buy a thing off klapp, very dodgy. Bought a projector on eBay when eBay has a 10% off sale, email them a question then they realised it was cheap and took it off eBay straight away. (And I. Not talking about a price error)

    Since then avoided them like the plague. Went to Rio sound and vision where they price matched the 10% off easily

    • Are you saying they didn't honor the sale after you bought it? That would be very poor customer service

  • Yamaha rx-v6a better and cheaper

    • Yamaha rx-v6a better and cheaper

      …and plagued with HDMI 2.1 implementation issues just like the Denon. Oh, and two months on….still no sign of the purported software update.

      • It's not plagued with any issue as it has never been tested because the HDMI 2.1 feature set hasn't been added yet. Coming in 2021 as was always planned at release.

        Just plug the console into the TV and use eARC for now until the firmware lands.

  • Question to all out there who would invest in such expensive gear…. How do you protect the power and hdmi from surges and spikes?

    • How do you protect the power and hdmi from surges and spikes

      One of these will do the job just nicely. On sale, too, just now.

      • How about protecting the hdmi? Last week I lost over $10K+ of equipment when lightning hit. The surge/spike exploded my surge protector in my meter box… then still proceeded down the line and then jumped onto the hdmi line through a device and destroyed the hdmi board on my Amp, projector, TV…..

        • So the strike came in via your mains, as opposed to an antenna. That linked device above (or a much cheaper alternative) which can suppress 1500+ joules of energy will give your equipment protection against all but the most extreme lightning strike, substation flashover (or similar).

      • That's pretty good… :)
        He says he lost over $10K worth of equipment and you put up a $15K power device to stop that from happening lol.

  • can this be used to run ceiling speakers? I have speakers in 4 rooms and would love to run them independent or all together.

  • Very tempted to finally upgrade from my old pre/pro bundle, but then realised this is an entry-level model and only rated for 190W total output (@ 8ohms)

    Sticking with my old 1kW (7x150W) amp for a while longer! (At least until I need HDMI 2.1)

  • This or the Yamaha rx-v6a?

    I'm still very early days of planning and learning what to get for a new movie room at home… Currently using an old pioneer unit that has been in but very very old and time for something new and works well… Any recommendations for speaker bundles as well with this/Yamaha or others?

    Lastly looking at dropping my HTPC for a Google TV dongle as it does Plex, Netflix, Prime..etc