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Denon AVR-1708

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The Denon AVR-1708 is a home theater audio/visual receiver. It is XM Satellite Radio ready but requires an XM subscription and an optional XM Mini-Tuner package. It uses Audessey Laboratories' MultEQ XT six-point auto setup and also has a room calibration system. The product has iPod integration feature but an optional Denon ASD-1R for connection is required. It has a width of 17.1 inches, a height of 6.7 inches, a depth of 15.1 inches and it weighs 24.5 pounds.

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The Denon AVR-1708 is a home theater audio/visual receiver. It is XM Satellite Radio ready but requires an XM subscription and an optional XM Mini-Tuner package. It uses Audessey Laboratories' MultEQ XT six-point auto setup and also has a room calibration system. The product has iPod integration feature but an optional Denon ASD-1R for connection is required. It has a width of 17.1 inches, a height of 6.7 inches, a depth of 15.1 inches and it weighs 24.5 pounds.

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The Denon AVR-4308 is an audio/visual receiver that has 7 channels of 75 watts per channel. It has a surround sound and uses Cinema EQ as an audio output effect and Neural Surround for surround sound effects. It also uses the following built in decoders: Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Digital Surround EX, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, DTS-ES Discrete 6.1, DTS Neo:6, DTS 96/24, and Dolby Digital decoders. It has digital tuner technology and like most receivers supports AM and FM radio bands

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  • DENON 1708 Audio Breaking Up

    I have a DENON 1708. 2 years old. The audio is now breaking up for all inputed devices (TIVO, DVD, VCR, iPOD), but not for the Tuner function. Seems like the problem may lie with the input switch. Any suggestions?

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