Excerpt: An ideal centerpiece for any home theater, the Denon AVR-1911 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver delivers exceptional high-definition video and surround sound. This versatile receiver is equipped with a full range of inputs, allowing you to route Blu-Ray/DVD players, VCRs, game consoles, and other entertain...
Excerpt: With its AVR-1911 AV receiver, Denon appears to be leading the way in moving from older forms of connection to HDMI dominance. This is an excellent way of saving money — or, rather, redirecting money from that which isn’t needed to that which is. You can most obviously tell this from its back panel, which is unusually sparsely populated. Aside from the speaker terminals, it’s dominated by the HDMI connections.
Excerpt: Like sharks, home cinema receiver makers must keep moving or they die. Well, perhaps that's a bit dramatic – but consider Denon 's position here. Last year's AVR-1910 was a Product of the Year Award-winner, lauded as an outstanding way to get multichannel thrills, but 12 months on it's no more. In its place comes the AVR-1911, with the on-paper specification to make its predecessor look, um, a bit last year.
Pros: Ticks all the important specification boxes, converts and scales video information well, industrial-strength audio performance
Cons: Not as subtle, or as spacious, as some rivals, remote is a step backwards
Conclusion: Der Denon überzeugt durch einen klaren, offenen Klang und seine für diese Preisklasse üppige Ausstattung. Der Hauptunterschied zum gleich teuren Pioneer liegt in der etwas dünneren Basswiedergabe im Mehrkanalbetrieb.