Summary: This is my 7th Denon product . I have never had any problems with any receiver or DVD player. My only issue with this is the User Interface UI. It is not the most friendly, but is loaded with features. The problem arises when you don't use it often and have to figure it out again. The quality of sound is outstanding and has plenty of power. I use it for surround and playing music.
Summary: NOTE: My review is for the 3313. I wanted a 3312 but was shipped a 3313 instead. I wanted the 3312 because it can pass PCM to ZONES 2 and 3. The 3313: It is Excellent for larger distributions style installations that need a decent 'controller' Video Quality is excellent. It is 4k capable It can send HDMI OUT (Video and stereo sound) to a ZONE2 TV or TV/Receiver combo. All items the 3312 cannot do. What the 3313 cannot do is pass PCM2.0 to the second zones.
Take time to assign your inputs and your Denon will work great.
16 August 2012
Summary: This receiver works great. Most people don't know that u have to assign the inputs like the HDMI and dig/opt and so on. I have the AVP-A1HDCI preamp and the amp that goes with it POA-A1HDCI. It took me over a hour just to get sound out of it. Because everything on that unit is ASSIGNABLE. When u assign inputs notice there is numbers next to the HDMI input jacks.
Summary: For those who don't know this - Denon puts out a new generation of receivers each year, and the year is encoded in the product name: AV3312CI means the 2012 version of the "33" model with "CI" (custom installation) features. In general, unless you need some feature that just arrived, you can save a fair bit getting last year's model.
Summary: Denon AVR3312CI Integrated Network A/V Surround Receiver My old Denon receiver was beginning to have some sound problems, so I was happy to see that Amazon was selling this receiver at a good discount. It's not the current model, but it has all the features I need and it sounds fantastic.
Great product but could use more info in the owners manul
24 June 2012
Summary: Technically a great product, speaker set up very easy beyond that user manual instructions not so user friendly for the average individual in trying to use all the features unless you know more than an average individual abount advanced features for these still highly recommend this unit
Summary: The Denon AVR 3312CI and it's successor the AVR 3313CI are incredible complex beasts with a ton of features. Looking for AirPlay? It's there. How about MP3s playing from your PC or Mac through the system? Yep. Need Internet Radio or HD radio? They are included. Want a main zone plus two other independent zones? Sure. Want to control your 3312CI from anywhere in your house with a free app for your iPad or iPhone? No Problem.
Summary: After owning the Harman Kardon AVR 235 for over 7 years, I did some extensive research and decided to purchase the Denon 2312 in February. A few months later (last week) this receiver (3312) went on sale and I had to make the upgrade for virtually the same price I paid for the 2312. Let me just say, as far as sound quality, the two are identical.
Summary: CONNECTIONS The rear panel of the AVR-3312 has a good layout, although the speaker terminals on top of each other make it more difficult than needed to get the speaker wire in place, especially when using thick high quality speaker cable, e.g. 2.5mm. Denon should take a leaf out of Onkyo's book about that. Assigning inputs is easy using a comprehensible table, but not all inputs are assignable to all devices, e.g.