Excerpt: The AVR-4310CI is a 7-channel A/V surround receiver that not only offers DENON LINK 4th and high-bit i/p conversion and scaling along with other acclaimed Denon audio and video technologies, but also lets users enjoy a wide variety of media such as Network Audio and Photo Streaming. The AVR-4310 A/V...
Excerpt: With all the latest playback formats including Audyssey DSX and Dolby PLIIz, plus top deinterlacing and scaling on board, the Denon AVR-4310CI has everything you'll need to build a sophisticated home theater system.
Excerpt: Surround sound is fully half of the home theater equation. Like any technology, it presents certain complexities, and mastering at least a few of them will reward the patient listener. However, surround almost makes a fetish of complexity. It turns a lot of people off, which inhibits its household penetration.
Conclusion: The Denon AVR 4310CI is a full featured AV receiver that’s loaded with all the latest technological advances, yet it is relatively simple to set up and use. It offered extraordinary performance in both the audio and video domains, regardless of what source material I played through it. Overall, the AVR 4310CI excelled in every aspect.
Excerpt: In the Denon AVR-4310, we have yet another incarnation of Denon's 4300 series networked multichannel AV receiver. Like many of these annual AVRs, you may not notice much of a difference straightaway.
Pros: Awesome sound as standard - DPL IIz and DSX make it more awesome, Packed with features
Cons: No storable configuration modes, No 9.1 output misses the full DSX trick
Excerpt: 3D is all the rage in cinemas at the moment, and it won' be too long before it hits your TV, too. In the meantime, home cinema is undergoing a similarly multi-dimensional revolution, with a slew of new amplifiers able to power more speakers than we'd previously imagined possible in a British living room.
Pros: Formidable spec, well-extended, powerful sound is engaging, useful network and video processing
Cons: Pioneer', s SC-LX82 sounds better, you can', t run extended-surround rears and front height speakers together