Summary: I bought the AVR-3310CI via amazon.com in May of 2010. It weighed in less than my AVR-3805's weight. I wondered why. Could it be that the power supply is not as beefy as before? Or could the power amplifiers be the issue? I connected it to my system and was very pleased with the results.
Summary: My Denon 3310CI produces excellent sound. It has all the features I need and want. I expecially like its networking capability, which allows me to stream digital music from my computers and take full advantage of Denon's high quality built-in DAC.
Summary: I had high expectations for the Denon 3310. However, after setting it up and running the Audyssey process, I was quite disappointed with the sound quality, especially for a Denon. Compared to the Marantz SR5005, which I tested at home prior to the Denon, the 3310 sounded underpowered and thin.
Summary: I recieved the avr 3310 in great condition installed it and found one flaw. I loved the sound right-way the picture Quality was beautiful. I have setup many Denon recievers and this was easy as allways.
Summary: I've had my Denon 3310CI AVR for 6 months now and it has been working fine. That is until I did the firmware update. Something has gone wrong with the programming in the system. The main remote does not work as it should and gives unpredictable results.
Summary: The AVR 3310CI is loaded with nice features. Excellent sound quality, inputs for just about anything, and decent menus for setting up and using the receiver. The amplifiers give a very good quality sound, not as good as my MacIntosch system but not bad for the money.
Summary: Great sound, numerous hookups; includes 7.1 analog EXT connection, which was deleted on the newer 3311ci and which I need for my older SACD player. Had no trouble with networking issues that some have complained about.