Summary: This receiver does what I want when I what and how it want it to. I'm running two Def Tech Bp8080 st, two Def tech SR 8080, Def Tech CS-8060 and a Def Tech SC6000. THIS RECEIVER performs beautifully. I was worried about it having enough power for my speakers........
Summary: I bought my Denon receiver 2 years ago, this is my 3rd Denon receiver. My 1st Denon receiver lasted more than 10 years with no problems at all, I replaced it just to upgrade. My 2nd Denon receiver is still going strong after about 7 years.
Summary: I have always had Harmon Kardon or Onkyo, but I decided to try the Denon because it had IP control and would interface with the Roomie Remote Control system that runs off of iOS... I loved the sound and performance out of my previous Harmon Kardon AVR-3600 but it didnt have any networking capability...
Summary: Initially I thought this unit was it until my network function stop working. Performed network resets and every recommended test requested by Denon. Loved the airplay function when I could keep it working.
Summary: Pros: Non Cons: Product worked for 1 weekend, then stopped communicating over hdmi from any source whether copy protected or not. The ability to route hdmi is after all the main reason for buying this.
Summary: Very happy with the AVR3313, great sound and functions. Upgraded from the AVR1803 more power and better sound. The airplay and denon phone app is excellent and works well. Would recommend this product. Set up with new TV = awesome sound and picture, very happy.
Summary: This unit is not worth the price! Against my better judgement, I thought I'd give this a try, but Denon products are "second tier" at best and this one is no different. The sound "circuit" as it were, just died for no reason 5 months after purchase.
Summary: I decided to upgrade my 1909 to 3313. Unpacking the Denon, I was completely surprised how cheap and plasticky it looks. This includes both the remote control and the unit. Very very disappointed with the sound quality. The SQ is abysmal, kinda very flat when compared to my 1909.
Summary: I had a Denon and it was very good for 12 years. I gave it to a friend and for some reason went with a Onkyo just to upgrade and get something with HDMI. It lasted 2 years then broke and was going to cost to much to repair. So I have gone back to Denon.