This is a great device, but I'm not sure I would have ...
Melissa Olszewski, Amazon
2 March 2015
Summary: This is a great device, but I'm not sure I would have been able to figure out how to use it on my own. I would not recommend it to someone who is technologically challenged. I use a computer every day, but I sometimes have trouble trying to figure out how to use a particular feature.
Summary: Sound: great quality, great user interface, nice features with iphone app. only negative point is the lack of a second zone - ie for outdoor speakers, or at least a sound out for a second amp..
Summary: I went from a fairly expensive Denon receiver to this unit and the change in surround sound through the same speakers was dramatic. The setup was a bit complicated due to the process of fine tuning the speaker output algorithm with the provided microphone.
Summary: I love the fact that networking is included in this as well as DLNA compatibility. I only wish the would have included DLNA video. There are tons of features that this unit has and they have been covered thoroughly by the other reviewers. Pretty awesome unit.
Summary: We all know that trying to extrapolate true power ratings for five or more driven channels simultaneously can be an exercise in frustration at times. 90 WPC stereo 8 ohms measures around 70 WPC according to the Home Theater Magazine review.
Pros: REasonably. 7.1 capable. Good price (on sale). Clean sound. Audyssey works well. Intuitive menu system.
Summary: I have the AVR590 and bought this (due to price cut to $400) for my dad after already getting him the Onkyo TX-NR515. He has a 4.1 with polk psw505 subwoofer, monitor 75t floors, and pioneer bs22 bookshelves as surrounds, no center (yet).
Summary: The Denon AVR-1913 INTEGRATED NETWORK AV RECEIVER has many features, with six HDMI inputs, built-in AirPlay, an iOS/Android app, DLNA compatibility, and built-in streaming audio services like Pandora, Sirius, Internet radio and excellent sound quality.
Summary: This is a fine receiver. I bought this to replace an Onkyo that started having multiple problems after 3 years of use. The Denon receiver is easy to set up and I love the "owners manual on CD" it is designed with great cross references allowing better understanding of one features effects across the...
Summary: Was in the market for an AVR and tried the Denon 1713, Yamaha V671, along with Pioneer 1022-K. Long story short I found the Denon 1913 to give me the best overall sound, the Audessey setup was great and a must have. Better than Yamaha's YPAO and Pioneer's MCAA.