Denon AVR-X1400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver £299 @ Superfi
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Denon AVR-X1400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver £299 @ Superfi

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Found 6th Jan
Lowest it's ever been by £30. Absolute steal at under £300. This is the one I would have got on Black Friday had the price been around this. Ended up going for the X2400H as it was only a tenner more.

The new Denon AVR-X1400H home cinema receiver is designed for you to enjoy an exceptional surround sound experience with the latest audio formats including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. The AVR-X1400H's 7 channels means that you can run two dedicated overhead speakers in a 5.1.2 configuration. That gives you perfect surround sound with three speakers at the front, two at the rear and two overhead.

With the Denon AVR-X1400H, you get six HDMI inputs featuring HDCP 2.2 compatibility and the latest HDMI specifications, including 4K Ultra HD 60Hz video, 4:4:4 Pure Colour sub-sampling, High Dynamic Range (HDR) and 21:9 video, 3D, and BT.2020 pass-through support.
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That remote is taller than my sofa.
Reccoemd any speakers
tempt2 m ago

That remote is taller than my sofa.


Oh look, Tempt shows up to p*ss on a Denon deal. Colour me shocked.
wakkaday3 m ago

Reccoemd any speakers


As a pair of starting speakers, you can't go wrong with these.
Danze198410 m ago

Oh look, Tempt shows up to p*ss on a Denon deal. Colour me shocked.


A lot of people say these receivers look like sofas in the image so I think that is why he said it? I don't think he was knocking your deal.
wakkaday30 m ago

Reccoemd any speakers



Danze198427 m ago

As a pair of starting speakers, you can't go wrong with these.


Actually i have these Pioneer 5.1s connected to my Pioneer VSX 1131 and they are really good as "starting speakers" and i paid £99 but not much more now. You could always upgrade the speakers when required. amazon.co.uk/Pio…ers
Edited by: "AJ92" 7th Jan
How does this compare to the 2400? Looking to buy my first AVR and was also interested in the denon 5.1 speakers
Pepp7721 m ago

Would prefer these - …Would prefer these - https://www.richersounds.com/q-acoustics-q3020-matte-graphite.html - cheaper too.


I got these - excellent speakers
If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect to pay. A speaker system that's reasonable? And also do these speakers auto shut down or have to be powered manually each time and separately
wakkaday2 m ago

If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect …If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect to pay. A speaker system that's reasonable? And also do these speakers auto shut down or have to be powered manually each time and separately


They're passive speakers so no. The AV powers them.
rev632 m ago

They're passive speakers so no. The AV powers them.


The Sub Woofer is always active so this will power down automatically when not needed.

I would suggest you make the most of a Dolby Atmos enabled receiver and stretch to the Onkyo SKSHT588 5.1.2 (£379 from RS) as a starter package.

You should also consider the Yamaha RX-V583 (£289) as it is similar in spec to the Denon but Yamaha's tend to be more reliable. (Under £670 for a Atmos 5.1.2 system is not bad going.
cas3987th Jan

How does this compare to the 2400? Looking to buy my first AVR and was …How does this compare to the 2400? Looking to buy my first AVR and was also interested in the denon 5.1 speakers


I've got the 2400, it has 95w vs 80w for stereo, 4k upscaling, 8 vs 6 HDMI inputs,but pretty much everything else is identical. I wouldn't say the 2400 is worth £70 more though. I'd have got this one had the price difference been the same at time of purchasing. Ended up getting the 2400 for a tenner more than what the 1400 was.
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