Summary: I would strongly recommend this receiver to the home theater user that is looking for an above average system. Boxing was standard for this type of electronic component and was complete with testing microphone, complete manual, and remote control.
Pros: Very good range of input and output options.
Summary: This receiver has many features and options. The instruction booklet is over 100 pages with multiple columns. So before buying, I would suggest also looking at professional reviews, my review will be from a consumer's point of view. Build: Solid and very heavy.
Pros: Solid build quality, excellent audio, many features
Cons: Some accessories, connections should have been better
Summary: I agree with pretty much every review here already done. This receiver is a tank, sounds great, but you must buy it knowing that you will be challenging yourself. To put it this way, this receiver has been integrated into my home theater for 9 months and I sill find myself tweaking it to make it...
Summary: I agree with all the good things that have been said and I have just a few brief comments to add. The remote takes time to get used to. I had to call Denon Support a few times for more than a year every now and then to learn what I needed. Now I love it. My manual is dog-earred.
Summary: I installed a few home theaters using the old 3805 and the customers were literally left in shock. Especially the one in which the 3805 was used in a by-amp situation were it ran mids and highs on some large Polk Audio towers and 3 Polk centers.
Summary: As a 4306 owner, I agree with many of the comments by previous reviewers. Sound and video quality are excellent, HDMI switching works fine. Tons of features and somewhat complex to set up. The manual is marginal in many respects.
Summary: My Denon AVR 4306 was bought new back in December 2006 and at that time, the reciever was fantastic! It is 7.1 compatible and best of all, it has RCA channel outputs so I can connect it to my Emotiva amp.
Outstanding Performer- not for the inexperienced User
Kindle Customer, Amazon
1 December 2006
Summary: Absolutely outstanding feature set and performance. Very easy to set up, the net radio feature is very cool. I have and oldish VCR, a DVD player and DirecTV HD DVR set up through system, works flawlessly.
Summary: First off, you are going to buy this receiver for it's brand name: Denon. Long established as one of the better A/V receiver manufacturers. It's not their top-of-the-line, but it's pretty darn close.
Pros: Denon Quality; Solid build; not overly flashy exterior; internet radio & home-netowrk streaming; decent remote; 2-year warranty
Cons: Lop-sided heavy (understandable); kludgy OSD; complicated setup