Denon will expand its selection of DTS:X-upgradable audio/video receivers with Dolby Atmos surround in August with the launch of two models at a suggested $999 and $1,499.
The $999 AVR-X3200W and $1,499 AVR-X4200W networked AVRs will join four other Atmos/DTS:X AVRs priced from a suggested $479 to $799.
A free DTS:X firmware upgrade for all six models will be available sometime this year.
The $1,499 model adds support for Auro-3D surround processing via a paid upgrade. Two current AVRs at $1,499 and $1,999 are also upgradable to Auro-3D.
All of Denon’s DTS:X-ready AVRs with Dolby Atmos are equipped with HDMI 2.0a inputs and outputs to pass through Ultra HD video at 60fps with high dynamic range (HDR), 4:4:4 pure color sub-sampling, and BT.2020 color gamut. The AVRs’ HDMI ports also support HDCP 2.2 copy protection to pass through copy-protected 4K content.
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