Denon AVRS930H 7.2 Channel AV Receiver with Built-in HEOS wireless technology, Works with Alexa
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Amazon Price: $449.00 $449.00 (as of September 23, 2018 12:10 am –
7.2 channel full 4K Ultra HD AV receiver with 185W per channel, built-in HEOS wireless technology, Bluetooth, Dolby Atoms,, Dolby vision compatible, HDR, HDMI 8 in/ 2 out
Plenty of Functionality for the Dough
This replaced a 10 year old Denon AVR-789 (RIP), and I’m very glad I stayed with Denon for the replacement. If you have a relatively straightforward surround setup with a ‘normal’ number of devices, whatever that is these days, this receiver will serve you well. Plenty of HDMI ports (7, I believe), 2 monitor HDMI out, one being the all-important ARC, lots of speaker setup options and plenty of power pushed.
Great except for USB
Froze during initial setup – called support and was told I had a defective unit (which it wasn’t) and to send it back to Amazon. Then I updated it’s firmware via network connection, re-initialized it and started the setup over and it worked fine. Everything else except playing music from a USB drive works flawlessly. Forget trying to play MP3s from a USB drive – it stops and freezes with multiple error messages at different points. Luckily my Blu-ray player has a USB port and can play MP3s without any problems. I’m hoping a future firmware updates fixes the USB problems…
Worked great once it was repaired correctly
I purchased this receiver in May 2017. Setup was easy and features were a joy. However, by August I was having problems with various speakers cutting out. After going through setup multiple times and changing speakers to ensure it was not driver error, I contacted Denon customer service (knowledgeable and helpful). The final conclusion after running through fixes Denon recommended was that the unit needed to be sent in for repair (shipping was at my cost).
Bad remote, some sound issues, spotty app control, VERY LIMITED Alexa control.
Got this to replace my old AV receiver I’ve had over a decade now (one that didn’t even have HDMI!)…and was particularly intrigued by the claims of Alexa control.
got referb, good value
Its almost perfect as it controls all of my home theater system but falls short on some options and has a delay in giving my subwoofer power sometimes. pushing some Klipsch towers and sub, sound is clean and crisp
Great A/V 4K Decoding, Great DD 7.1, Great Stereo Sound
Excellent receiver! Plenty of power for DD 7.1. HEOS allows me to stream Amazon Prime Music, or at least 6 others, from my Samsung S8+ on my couch! 4K decoding top notch from either Xfinity or my Sony BD player.
Does everything I needed and more! I keep finding extra features as I use it. Definitely worth the 500$
I don’t buy audio equipment often I keep my stuff …
I don’t buy audio equipment often I keep my stuff forever.
Beautiful upgrade in its price class.
This was a replacement for a dead Onkyo TX-NR608 receiver, and what impressed me immediately was the sudden jump in clarity, especially through the subwoofer. The Onkyo had produced a very warm, saturated bass, but the Denon AVRS930H produced a tight, defined, focused bass that made loud subwoofer events much easier to follow through nuance. The most vivid example of this was the 7.1 audio track on the 2004 Special Edition of Star Wars — yes, I have issues with the Special Edition, but it still remains one of my go-to 7.1 test discs — in which, instead of hearing the low rumble of the Star Destroyer as a single chord, the subwoofer now articulated a slight pitch susseration of its engines, as it passed by. The Protector’s action sequences also saw much cleaner speaker transitions, and an alarming clarity as the bullets whizzed past our heads, trackable with our ears. (I leaned hard, on reflex.)