Receiver AVR Denon Heos does not require cables for connection to loudspeakers

The range appeared Denon receiver AVR Heos, which combines the functions of multiple devices. It can perform as a network player with support for web services and multi-room broadcasting and transmitter for wireless speakers. The last option allows you to connect the remote receiver speaker system without wiring, for example, rear speakers or a subwoofer. This is not the first device in the family of Denon Heos, with the capabilities of other members of the line can be found in our material.

Regardless of the connection type as Heos Denon AVR supports audio output in 5.1, with all five channels can work built-in class-D amplifiers with 50 watts each. The power provided to the load 8 Ohms on two channels, in the range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, with harmonic distortion not higher than 0.05%. Implemented decoding of DTS HD MA and Dolby TrueHD, four inputs and one output HDMI 2.0 a and HDCP 2.2 support ARC, but deprived of the possibility of upscaling to 4K (upscaling). Thanks to the support of CEC core functions of the receiver can be accessed with a TV remote.

Receiver AVR Denon Heos wireless adapter 802.11 ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Ethernet port, which can organize the reception of Internet services like Pandora, Spotify, Napster and others. In the local network can receive audio formats: DSD (2.4 and 5.6 MHz), FLAC and WAV (192/24), ALAC (96/24) and MP3, WMA, AAC. Of course, the novelty is able to «negotiate» with other devices the Heos family, and through the mobile application it is possible to stream audio from your smartphone.

Receiver AVR Denon Heos will go on sale in April for $1000.

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