Denon has announced 5 brand new AV receiver models for the year, ranging from the entry-level Denon AVR-X500 to the high-end Denon AVR-X4000.

Other than the entry level AVR-X500, all the new Denon receivers feature iOS and Android control apps that users can use to control every aspect of the amps and an on-screen setup assistant that will guide users through every step of configuration. They also feature support for a range of streaming services like Apple Airplay, Spotify, vTuner,

While the AVR-X500 lacks the network-enabled features found in its superior counterparts, it has the same convenient front HDMI input and three rear HDMI inputs.

The Denon AVR-X1000 is an affordable model that features and Ethernet port, a Texas Instruments PCM-1690 DAC and support for a wide range of network services including remote control from Android and iOS devices and a front USB port which allows you to play music files directly from a USB stick or MP3 player. It also has screw terminals rather than the X500’s basic spring terminal connectors for your surround sound speakers. Read the full Denon AVR-X1000 review.

Denon AVR-X4000

Denon AVR-X4000

With 4K technology being all the hype these days, electronics manufacturers all over the world are ready to push the 4K technology horizons and Denon is just one of them.

The newly released Denon AVR-X4000 promises pass through 4K signals or 4K upscaling for your home theater system. Packed with 7.2 channel surround sound and support for all the latest audio codecs, this av receiver certainly looks to increase its value to you. On top of its amazing features, its connectivity options will wow you too. With 7 HDMI inputs, 3 HDMI outputs, including one for a second rooms, ARC, 2 optical and 2 coaxial digital inputs, this AV receiver is looking like it will be future-proof for a long time to come.

The AVR-X4000 is another great option for an AV receiver as pre-processor, and a new benchmark price-wise for Denon. Stay tuned for a full Denon AVR-X4000 review!