The top of Denon's line of AV receivers just got two new models, with the introduction of the AVR-X4200W and AVR-X3200W. Both come with built-in Dolby Atmos, and are DTS:X-ready. They come equipped with the HDMI 2.0a and include full 4K Ultra HD support, HDR and HDCP 2.2 capability "to allow future capabilities on all HDMI inputs," said the release.
The new models follow recent announcements of entry and mid-class X-series models.
Expected to be available in August, the AVR-X4200W will cost $1,499 and the AVR-X3200W will cost $999.
From the press release:
AVR-X3200W: A truly versatile entertainer ($999)
As a step-up to the already introduced AVR-X2200W and AVR-X1200W, the new AVR-X3200W delivers even more outstanding features and further tuned audio quality for demanding home theater users looking for flexible custom installation options. It features a power amplifier section with 105 Watts on all seven channels to create a stunning cinema sound and powerful yet detailed music playback. To expand the audio experience even further, the AVR-X3200W is equipped with Dolby Atmos decoder and Dolby Surround upmixer to deliver captivating multi-dimensional sound through height speakers or Dolby Atmos elevation speakers. It is also ready for DTS:X and DTS Neural:X upmixer that can create an immersive sound field around the listener no matter the number of speakers installed (visit www.denon.com/dtsx for more information). The seven amplifier channels can be used to either experience one of the new 3D sound formats, or to bring the same or different audio signal to a second zone in another room. Thanks to a 7.2ch pre-out section, an RS232 port and flexible amp assignment options, the AVR-X3200W is ideal for custom installers in regards to multi-zone listening and home automation. Discerning users will also appreciate the Audyssey MultEQ® XT room equalization program including Audyssey Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ, to perfectly tailor the sound to the owner’s room characteristics and personal taste.