Summary: Buying a receiver in this price range is all about affordability and features which together define value. This receiver delivers in that department. Typically available for less than $125 this AVR ticks nearly all the feature boxes.
Summary: Before I learned about wireless hi-fi speakers & streaming music, this was a great little stereo component. Like most people, I ran all my TV/stereo components thru it and it worked very well.
Died in less than 3 years, otherwise a good home theatre
Bill Steinmetz "Bill Steinmetz", Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: The receiver died in less than 3 years, It used to be that when you bought a name brand that there was some expectation that it might last. However, with most if not all electronics being made overseas with less quality control and sometimes inferior components, 3 years might be the best you can...
Summary: Enjoyed if for one year before it started flashing a red light and going into protect mode.I expected it to last at least 10 years. Have to press a number of buttons in a certain sequence to reset the microprocessor, and then reconfigure the receiver for your system and subwoofer before it works...
Summary: I bought a Denon AVR-391 for a friend's birthday in August 2010. It worked for a few months, but then, when resuming after pausing a DVD, the picture would return, but not the sound. The Denon could not be controlled by the remote nor by the control panel on the Denon.
Summary: I purchased the AVR 391 at my local bestbuy a year ago, It works great! I feel for all the folks whom had problems with this receiver. However, after owning this product for almost a year my experience has been stellar!