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Denon AVR-1913

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Overall 8
Value for money 7
Features 9
Video quality 8
Ergonomics 7
Audio 7

Denon AVR-1913 A/V Receiver

Sound & Vision Magazine
1 November 2012
  • Excerpt: As much as the phrase “plug and play” has saturated the electronics world to the point of near-ubiquity, it’s not a label we’ve ever seen applied to the giant mess of inputs, outputs, and speaker connections that define the A/V receiver. That’s not to say that Denon is labeling the AVR-1913 as such, but you could make the case. Or, if not plug and play, perhaps plug and poke and plug and poke and plug and poke and play.
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Overall 7

Denon's AVR-1913 is packed with AirPlay and 6 HDMI ins, but is it the best?

5 September 2012
  • Summary: The Denon AVR-1913 has a solid set of features and excellent sound quality, but competing AV receivers offer better value.
  • Pros: The Denon AVR-1913 has a good set of features, with six HDMI inputs, built-in AirPlay, an iOS/Android app, DLNA compatibility, and built-in streaming audio services like Pandora, Sirius, and Internet radio. The included remote is best-in-class and the user interface is easy to navigate. And like last year's model, the AVR-1913 has excellent sound quality.
  • Cons: The Denon AVR-1913 is relatively expensive, especially since it lacks a standout feature to distinguish itself from competitors. It doesn't have built-in Wi-Fi or an affordable Wi-Fi dongle. Denon's step-down AVR-1713 will be a better buy for most people, who don't need 7.1 channels or analog video upconversion.
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