Summary: DO NOT buy this unit from Modia! It is a bait and switch. If you want an AVR-1910, don't order it here. Modia does not have any. Instead they will send you a Denon E400 and tell you it is the same. If I wanted an E400, that is what I would have ordered. For $35 less, by the way.
Summary: Bought in April 2010, died in August 2013. I find myself almost mirroring another reviewer who hated the same things I did. The only thing bad about this thing dying on me is that I spent $400 on it and now I've got a $400 nothing. Sound was good while it worked, and yes that's the most important thing. But there wasn't much else to like, starting with it not being "set it and forget it" at all.
Summary: i ordered this item for my home theater that was under construction at the time. it sat in the box while we finished our theater for over a year. when i finally opened the receiver and hooked it up, all i had was a 30lb $300 paper weight. the item was a factory referb receiver but i guess they didn't get all the bugs out before packing it up and sending it to me. since it sat in a box unused and untouched for a year plus, the warranty ran out.
Summary: My AVR1910 bit the dust just over two years after purchase. It was never fun to use because the user interface was just unnecessarily complicated. The manual was poorly organized and written. I find obvious spelling and grammar errors errors in a manual hard to excuse at this product level, it raises questions about the quality of the receiver itself.
Summary: I was very happy with it at first. But lately it keeps turning of by itself after i raise the volume for -10 or so tu positive +10...it goes into protection mode. I have check the speakers wire all of them,,I have check the speakers itself for the OHMS and they are very good and capable of handling the DENON but i still dont know why it keeps shuting down. the system is in a cool area and it still shuts off.
Summary: I bought this receiver after much research and reading lots of reviews - everywhere there were glowing positives about the audio and video brilliance of this receiver. The only exception was the CNET review which strangely (and contrary to all the other reviews) said that this receiver was lacking on the audio department (i.e it had bad sound as compared to other receivers in its class).
Summary: 2010:Music CDs have never sounded better. Familiar music sounds new again, especially when played in 5 channel mode. Blu-rays and DVDs don't seem to have the audio dynamics of music CDs; I have to crank up the volume almost 10 points higher than needed for music CDs. This must have to do with the engineering differences of the discs, so I'll leave that to the informed audiophiles out there (I would like to hear if others find this to be true).