The AVR-1803 delivers spectacular 6.1-channel home theater and music thrills. Dolby® Digital EX and DTS-ES® decoding let you enjoy 6.1 sound from any Dolby Digital or DTS soundtrack. You can even transform any stereo or Dolby Surround source into convincing 6.1 audio using DTS Neo:6 modes. And 80 watts x 6 channels of Denon’s acclaimed high-current amplification will surround you with sweeping, cinematic sound. Dual-room/dual-source capability lets you thrill to 6.1-channel sound in your main listening room while a housemate enjoys a different audio source in another. You can use the preamp-level second-room outputs along with a receiver, amplifier, or shelf system for stereo sound in your second room. Or you can assign the receiver’s “surround back” channel to power your second-room speakers in mono, and still enjoy 5.1-channel surround sound in your main listening room. Controlling your entire A/V system is a breeze using the included multibrand remote – the most often-used buttons even glow in the dark for easy use when the lights are low. Cinema EQ corrects movie soundtracks for home theater-sized rooms. You get plenty of ins and outs for building a great system, too, including component video switching for 2 sources, 5 digital audio inputs, and 5 S-video inputs. The front panel even sports S-video and optical digital inputs for easy hookup of camcorders, game systems, and other portable devices.
80 watts x 6 into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.08% THD ~ Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES and Dolby Pro LogicTM II decoding ~ DTS Neo:6 modes ~ Cinema EQ 32-bit Analog Devices DSP ~ speaker binding posts for all channels ~ 40 AM/FM presets ~ dual-room/dual-source output (powered and preamp-level outputs for second room)digital inputs: 4 optical (including one front-panel), 1 coaxial ~ digital output: 1 opticalcomponent video switching: 2 in, 1 out (27MHz bandwidth) ~ 3 audio (including phono) and 5 A/V (including 5 S-video and 1 front-panel) inputs5.1-channel input ~ variable low-pass crossover ~ 96kHz/24-bit D/A converters ~ high-current, low-impedance amp design
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