Denon AVRX2400 (Black)Atmos AV Receiver £399 @ Richer Sounds
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Denon AVRX2400 (Black)Atmos AV Receiver £399 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 21st Nov
”Ample detail is delivered with delicacy. Voices have a natural warmth, and there’s a spring in this amp’s step that means surround effects are steered with agility and precision around the room.” ‘What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision magazine’. 5-star review. Tested at £500.

HEOS built-in - for the finest multi-room audio
HEOS multi-room music systems connect together by dual-band Wi-Fi, making them easy to set up with your existing home network. Up to 32 HEOS units can be set up at one time, ensuring even the largest of homes are covered for multi-room music. With HEOS already built-in, the AVRX2400H is ready to go as a single ‘zone’ without any further adaptors!

Control it all with the HEOS app
Once you’ve set up your HEOS speaker system, you can stream music effortlessly via the dedicated HEOS app. Available for Apple iOS and Android, the app not only lets you stream your stored music but also Internet radio services and popular streaming services such as Spotify, Tidal, Napster and Deezer.

A sound upgrade
With 95 watts per channel, the AVR-X2400H is nearly 20% more powerful than the 1400 model. This makes it a better choice for using in larger rooms or with less efficient speakers. It’s not just more powerful, it’s better-sounding, too. Pure Direct circuitry and high grade audio components mark the AVRX2400H out as a discerning choice for music lovers, as it sounds more precise and life-like.

Immerse yourself in sound, with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
Dolby Atmos uses ceiling or upwards firing speakers to produce a multi-dimensional, immersive sound that's a match for the finest cinemas. DTS:X literally pushes the boundaries of what you can expect from home cinema. This highly sophisticated processor renders images in three dimensions that conventional processing can't match. It also offers other advantages such as the ability to boost the spatial effect of conventional DTS and easily adapts with your existing speaker configuration.

Optimised for 4K UHD and HDR
The AVRX2400H supports HDCP 2.2, HDR and BT.2020 via HDMI, which means you can play UHD Blu-ray discs and stream UltraHD video. It's also equipped with UHD 4K upscaling, giving you the most detailed picture on your 4K TV from all sources. The HDMI sockets allow 4K pass-through, for hassle-free switching and viewing without the receiver needing to be turned on.

High-Resolution audio compatible
As well as offering an intense movie experience, the Denon AVR-X2400H is also compatible with High-Resolution Audio. This offers a sound that's far more natural sounding than standard audio. The Denon AVRX2400H supports a wide range of Hi-Res format files including DSD (2.8/5.6MHz), FLAC, ALAC and WAV. It even supports gapless playback for music free from glitches.

Bluetooth, AirPlay, DLNA and built-in wi-fi for the complete networking experience
With both Bluetooth and AirPlay connectivity it's easy to connect up all your smartphones, tablets and compatible lap/desktops and stream music wirelessly. The AVRX2400H also comes with Wi-Fi, Internet radio and DLNA. Simply connect to your home network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi and access thousands of Internet radio sites via vTuner as well as subscription services such as Spotify Connect. DLNA compatibility lets you stream from other sources such as your laptop or NAS drive.

Comprehensive connections
With no fewer than eight HDMI inputs (including one at the front), the AVRX2400H has all your connection needs covered. The AVR-X2400H comes with twin HDMI outputs - ideal for running both a TV and projector, for example. With its handy USB input at the front, you can connect up your media device and playback digital media files. If you don’t require an Atmos or 7-channel output, you can instead assign the speaker outputs to another set of speakers – perfect for quality music in a second room. The second speaker output even lets you choose a different input source, for complete versatility. For added flexibility, the AVRX2400H also features a passive Zone 2 output – ideal for adding active speakers in another room.

Easy to use with Quick Select
With four Quick Select Function buttons you can access not just a regular source quickly but also all its dedicated settings - at the touch of a single button. You can even add your favourite Internet radio station for rapid access to radio.

Audyssey MultEQ XT for simple room set-up
Featuring Audyssey's MultEQ XT technology, the AVRX2400H adapts itself to your room’s acoustics. The XT version of this automatic measuring and set-up device features extra modes and offers the option to measure from eight points for super-accurate room measuring. If you want to take this even further, purchase the MultEQ Editor App (at additional cost) and you’ll access to advanced user settings.

Combine your home cinema and multi-room streaming music in one, with the all-talented Denon AVRX2400H.

Top comments

Bilbo19681 h, 56 m ago

I'd prefer an Onkyo


Have they stopped making yoghurt then?
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Great price!

Same price at superfi and a few more stores. I'm hoping for even lower price at the end of the week.

KiretoX3 m ago

Same price at superfi and a few more stores. I'm hoping for even lower …Same price at superfi and a few more stores. I'm hoping for even lower price at the end of the week.




Hopefully the 3400 comes down in price too.

I'd prefer an Onkyo
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 21st Nov

I'd bite at £350. Hoping the Sony 1080 gets below 400 though. Otherwise I'll stick with my Yamaha and add an integrated amp for my CD player.

Does this do Dolby Vision passthrough as well as HDR?

Bilbo19681 h, 13 m ago

I'd prefer an Onkyo


Never heard of them. Stick with a known brand.

Disco.Dave18 m ago

I'd prefer this and it's cheaper …I'd prefer this and it's cheaper http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/onkyo-tx-nr656.html?___SID=U


What makes you choose that over the denon?

This has been the price for months hasn't it? It's what I paid at richer a few months back.

Bilbo19681 h, 56 m ago

I'd prefer an Onkyo


Have they stopped making yoghurt then?

ctafield1 h, 28 m ago

This has been the price for months hasn't it? It's what I paid at richer a …This has been the price for months hasn't it? It's what I paid at richer a few months back.


Probably you are thinking of AVRX2300? This model has been up to recently 500, then 480, 450, recently got to 430 and only 2 days ago to 400.

Need a new receiver after my Harmon Kardon went pop after 2 years. Both these look pretty similar spec wise, any particular reason to spend the extra £80 on the Denon?

I got this from Peter Tyson a while back for £400.00 a few months back as i went to buy a 2300 but they were sold out and offered me discount on this, best receiver I've ever owned, I was a Yamaha guy previously but this has had the best sound i've experienced yet, passthrough everything for those asking..

How future proof is this?

garryallen4 h, 26 m ago

Does this do Dolby Vision passthrough as well as HDR?



Yes.

tjc20053 h, 39 m ago

What makes you choose that over the denon?



Triples as an AV, sofa, and heater.

Gormond36 m ago

How future proof is this?



Nothing ever is. HDMI 2.1 for example is finalized and new TV's will support it. But not this. Not a big deal for most. I wouldn't worry about it.

Disco.Dave4 h, 7 m ago

I'd prefer this and it's cheaper …I'd prefer this and it's cheaper http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/onkyo-tx-nr656.html?___SID=U



I have one of those, and my jury is still out. It does sound good, but I'm not convinced it sounds hugely better than the, very old, "lower spec" Onkyo that now resides in the back-room. The auto-setup program is completely rubbish, don't get me wrong the (I think Audyssey) auto-setup of the old one also got things quite wrong, but the new amp "Onkyo in-house" setup got it completely and utterly ridiculously wrong. I have been fiddling though and it really is beginning to sound good. We watched an episode of Stranger Things tonight and it was very, very immersive and engaging. Very pleasing, and quite emotional, surround sound. So now I've basically dumped the auto setup, and yeah it's pretty good.

But the thing that has hugely peed me off is the networking capabilities, and privacy risks. Firstly none of the networking features actually work for me. It doesn't see my DNLA server - crap. You can't add a URL for an internet radio station like I can on my old one, you have to use Spotify - which doesn't stream any station I want to hear. And when I first installed it there was a "turn off data sharing" function, now after it updated it asks me every time " Do you agree to our privacy policy", which having read through seems to suggest you have to agree to allow Onkyo to be free to use any data about what you put through the amplifier with themselves and "chosen third parties" Oh and even though I haven't agreed to this the device is apparent on the network even when turned off and appears to be passing data to and from the internet. Well frankly they can sod off, and I have unplugged the ethernet cable. So, privacy wise, they are dubious in my opinion.
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 22nd Nov

Disco.Dave5 h, 26 m ago

I'd prefer this and it's cheaper …I'd prefer this and it's cheaper http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/onkyo-tx-nr656.html?___SID=U



Apparently it also doubles as a record player according to the description "Play Everything from Vinyl to Hi-Res Audio"

I picked up the denon x2300w from then last week for £279. Is this latest version much better?

good price op heat added,hubby waiting for good Friday to see if the package deal will be cheaper with the Q Acoustics 3000 which is around the £1000 mark, even if he buys the amp separately you still end paying over the £1000 buying the speakers.

andy19895 h, 35 m ago

I picked up the denon x2300w from then last week for £279. Is this latest …I picked up the denon x2300w from then last week for £279. Is this latest version much better?



No not really. Unless you need HEOS support.
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