Conclusion: With four HDMI inputs, Zone 2 functionality and more processing power than a room full of 1980's era computers, the Denon AVR-1910 is a great all-around home theater receiver. Priced at $550 this system will give your home theater a boost even in these recessionary times. While it lacks some of the musical streaming and advanced video upconversion of the step-up models, this one cover the basics and even a few extras very well, and that's a true compliment.
Pros: Priced to sell, Four HDMI inputs, Two zones, Full HDMI video and audio processing and switching onboard, Audyssey auto-calibration gets you most of the way to audio nirvana
Cons: Inputs including HDMI inputs are oddly labeled, Remote is confusing and bulky, A little too hot when using the Audyssey set up, Manual is good for learning French tech speak, but not the most helpful out there