DENON AVR 1612 PDF

It offers just the right balance of features for my needs, and its audio performance is robust and powerful. It offers the bare minimum of operational and setup features I believe are necessary to assure a satisfying user experience. Moreover, it's audio performance is quite good considering the price. That said, like all entry-level AVRs, some compromises had to be made to meet this price point.

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It offers just the right balance of features for my needs, and its audio performance is robust and powerful. It offers the bare minimum of operational and setup features I believe are necessary to assure a satisfying user experience. Moreover, it's audio performance is quite good considering the price. That said, like all entry-level AVRs, some compromises had to be made to meet this price point.

If you have video gear with only component-video outputs, you can remove the AVR from your short list, since it has only HDMI, composite, and S-video connections. Still, this AVR is an excellent choice for anyone on a budget. These features make set up and other operational adjustments much faster and easier. Dolby Pro Logic IIz is also included and engaged when additional height speakers and a separate power amp are connected. Moreover, compressed MP3 files can be optimized with an audio-restoration circuit.

Quick Select buttons with icons for music, movies, games, and iPod are found on the front panel for fast input switching. These buttons are duplicated on the remote, but they are labeled with lettering rather than icons. I would have liked to see some consistency there. When setting up the unit, you can assign each source to the input of your choice. Denon employs proprietary discrete circuitry that delivers equal power to each of the five channels, resulting in improved audio performance and plenty of power.

In fact, Denon's rating of 75 watts per channel is actually quite conservative see "HT Measures". Ergonomics The AVR sports Denon's distinctive curved-top chassis, giving the unit a sophisticated appearance and matching the general look of all other Denon AVRs.

The front faceplate has a large and easily readable LCD screen, and the entire front panel is clean and uncluttered, since there are not that many buttons.

The remote's button layout seems odd at first glance—in a good way—because the buttons aren't tightly packed together like most remotes. For instance, the Quick Selection buttons are placed in an isolated row for easy identification. The volume buttons are separate, and the Volume Up button is larger so you can find it by feel.

Best of all, the remote is backlit, making it easy to see the buttons in the dark. The onscreen menus are well organized and easy to navigate with the remote. The top menu is a list of basic operations, and the second layer lets you adjust the settings to your personal taste. For instance, if you don't like to auto calibrate or are not completely satisfied with the results of this process, you can manually set speaker configuration and levels, and there are even manual EQ settings.

Setup Connecting this AVR to my speakers was a breeze thanks to the binding posts for all channels, which are perfect for cables terminated with banana plugs like mine. There were more than enough connections for my components, and I didn't even miss the lack of component-video inputs. Running the Audyssey MultEQ auto calibration routine, the Denon was up and running within 10 minutes—that is, after I connected speakers and source components. Using the supplied microphone plugged into the front-panel jack, I simply followed the onscreen prompts to run through the Audyssey test tones.

No additional calibration should be necessary—and in fact, you can't tweak the Audyssey settings—but it is possible to perform a manual setup if you prefer the results of your own labor. But even before reading the details about Denon's amp design, I detected some perceptible sonic improvements with this AVR's performance compared to the other entry-level AVRs I've recently reviewed.

I'm also testing a new media streamer from Netgear, so I decided to rent a movie from Vudu, one of the content providers on that device. I figured a movie like Captain America would provide a proper test of the Denon's amp, and I wasn't disappointed—the first major action sequence almost knocked me back.

It was loud without being overwhelming, and there was no hint of distortion. I couldn't even turn it up loud enough to hear any perceptible distortion—well, I could have, but my ears would have been very upset with me, so suffice to say you can crank this baby without any worries. The amp's discrete circuitry delivers a warm, dynamic sound with distinct and well-defined bass.

It demonstrated realistic coherency from channel to channel, but you can practically see the surround soundfield within the boundaries of the 5-speaker array. I like to sense more air and breathing room outside this boundary to make the soundfield seem bigger in a small room, like the Onkyo TX-NR I use as a reference. I have the Denon avr with a similar remote but it is not backlit. It has glowing buttons if you hold it under a light.

Always recommend the AVR to our customers. Denon is the brand we recommend more than anything and love the Airplay feature. I wanted to finally get a decent HT system going, since I've got a great 54" tv. So a couple years ago due to budget I bought a HT in a box, it was ok onkyo considering the whole thing was After research I made up my mind on the Energy 5.

I can go as much as I want to get the best sounding receiver possible, but on somewhat of a budget. How do these two compare to each other, most notably in sound quality and I'd love any advice, want to be done with it this week. Looking at investing in the Denon AVR , but worried about its lack of streaming options.

Can I compensate by picking up another component that has this feature built in, like a blue-ray player? Or maybe a dedicated streaming device? You made some first rate factors there.

I seemed on the internet for the difficulty and found most people will go along with together with your website. Search form Search. AV Receiver Reviews. Log in or register to post comments. What is the difference Submitted by techguy on November 23, - am. The only differences seem to be that the can cross-convert analog video to HDMI, and it has one component input.

However, these differences are moot, since the is a discontinued product. Remote Submitted by iggypop70 on November 23, - pm. Can't decide.. Submitted by Flynn on January 15, - pm. Thanks, Don. Is the future ready without streaming capabilities? You made some first rate Submitted by hughellison on December 11, - pm. Related Latest Reviews News. Marantz SR 9. Onkyo TX-NR 9. Dual-Core Is Hard-Core! Monitor Audio i-deck. March of the Penguins —Warner Brothers.

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Denon AVR-1612 5.1 A/V Receivers

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I have the Denon avr with a similar remote but it is not backlit. It has glowing buttons if you hold it under a light. Always recommend the AVR to our customers. Denon is the brand we recommend more than anything and love the Airplay feature. I wanted to finally get a decent HT system going, since I've got a great 54" tv. So a couple years ago due to budget I bought a HT in a box, it was ok onkyo considering the whole thing was

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