Denon has announced their AVR-X3600H which is a new successor to the powerful AVR-X3500H from last year.
The AVR-X3600H is a fully-featured 9.2-channel AV receiver with support for IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Enhanced Audio Return Channel(eARC) and AirPlay 2. It now sits above the less powerful AVR-X2600H in Denon’s 2019 AV receiver line-up.
It spots a powerful 180-watt-per-channel, it also supports DTS Virtual:X and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, which aim to deliver more immersive soundfields from DTS and Dolby soundtracks respectively.
It’s able of processing up to 11.2 channels to drive a 7.2.4 speaker setup when used alongside an external two-channel amplifier. As for music lovers, you will be glad to hear that it comes Denon’s HEOS hi-res, multi-room streaming platform is onboard.
It also comes with Eight HDMI inputs which all support eARC and HDCP 2.3-compatible sit alongside USB, phono, optical, coaxial and RCA connections. ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) is present and correct to ensure Xbox One users have a more responsive gaming experience.
You also get a remote and control app, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri which all offer their own voice supports.
The AVR-X3600H will be available in August for £999 / $1099.