Here is a second new model from Denon’s upper series of receivers for 2012 year, DENON AVR-2313. DENON AVR-2313 is a 7.2 channel AV receiver with 105 W per channel and with some new really good features.
We hope that we will get our hands on one as soon as we can, but until then here are some basic differences between DENON AVR-2313 and last years DENON AVR-2312. Both of them have 105 W per channel and Airplay 3D support but the main difference that we can see on the paper are that DENON AVR-2313 has 6 HDMI inputs and outputs, updated features for watching new generation 3D movies and 4 K upscalling. 4 K upscalling is a new generation features for 4K displays.
DENON AVR-2313 is a little lighter than DENON AVR-2312. We really like the new and improved design of Denon receivers because it looks modern and in the same time professionally built with DENON 3 year warranty. Here are some basic key features and pictures of DENON AVR-2313.
Stay tuned because the review is coming…
Denon AVR-2313 Front
Denon AVR-2313 Back
Denon AVR-2313 Basic Features Preview
- 7.2-channel home theater audio/video receiver offers seven discrete 105-watt channels of equal power.
- Six HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs for high-definition audio and video from a variety of HDMI-compatible devices
- AirPlay technology allows you to listen to music from the iTunes library on your Apple device
- HDMI input on the front of the receiver offers a convenient connection for portable devices.
- The receiver upscales all video signals to 4K (3,840 by 2,160 pixels), which provides four times the picture quality of 1080p. This enables you to use it with 4K monitors and video projectors.
Previews of other Denon 2012 models: