Posted Wed Aug 4, 2010 at 11:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
The 5.1 channel DHT-1311XP is hitting the UK this September.
Denon's new home theater system, known as the DHT-1311XP, is built with 3D in mind. It sports four HDMI 1.4 inputs with full support for 3D pass-through tech, Deep Color and x.v.Color.
The receiver at the heart of the system – the AVR-1311 – powers five channels with 110 watts to each. It supports the latest in HD audio formats, but handles lower bitrate MP3s too. It's even got a built in Compressed Audio Restorer that works to make those MP3s sound as good as possible.
The package also comes with a pair of SC-F391 front speakers which sport a pair of three inch mid drivers, an SC-C391 center channel and a pair of SC-R391 surrounds. Denon also includes a 100 watt sub to kick out the bass.
Neither a US release date or pricing have been announced as of yet, but it's coming to the UK in September at around $700.
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