The AVR-X3400H is a 7.2-channel design, with fully discrete amplifier technology allowing it to deliver 105W from each of its seven channels for powerful, precise and detailed sound from music and movies alike.
The new receiver supports the latest audio and video formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, 4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Dolby Vision for futuristic viewing and listening. In addition, the AVR-X3400H features HEOS multi-room wireless music streaming, allowing it to combine with other HEOS products to create a comprehensive home entertainment system, all under app control. For ultimate setup control, the AVR-X3400H features high-precision Audyssey MultEQ XT32 setup and optimization, enabling users to measure and elevate the home theater environment to promote optimal speaker placement and sound quality. It is also compatible with the Audyssey MultEQ Editor app, allowing the user even more control of the sound set-up than ever before.
In addition to the introduction of the AVR-X3400H, Denon is announcing that its HEOS-enabled AVRs, including the recently launched AVR-X1400H and AVR-X2400H, will support Amazon Alexa’s latest Smart Home Skill for Entertainment Devices. This new Alexa skill enables voice commands to control a range of functions on Denon AVRs natively, including volume control, transport control, mute, next track and external input switching. The Alexa Smart Home Skill for Entertainment Devices firmware update will be made available for HEOS-enabled Denon AVRs in September 2017.