Denon AVRX2500 Network AV Receiver AVRX2500H Black Dolby Atmos Heos £299 @ HyperFi (B-stock customer return)
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Denon AVRX2500 Network AV Receiver AVRX2500H Black Dolby Atmos Heos £299 @ HyperFi (B-stock customer return)

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Posted 26th Apr
Seems like an amazing price for the amp by itself.

Denon AVR-X2500H AV Receiver

7.2ch 4k AV Receiver with Voice Control. AVR-X2500H features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X - plus, the latest video technologies and full 4K video upscaling. Also benefits from an advanced HDMI section with 8 inputs and 2 outputs. The award-winning Denon Setup Assistant provides a seamless setup experience. With integral HEOS technology it can easily become part of a Wireless Multi-room system.

HIGHLIGHTS



7.2 channel AV receiver with 150W power per channel.
Supports Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and DTS Virtual:X.
Amazon Alexa voice control compatibility.
8 HDMI inputs with full HDCP 2.2 support and 2 HDMI outputs.
4K/60 Hz, Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, 4:4:4 color resolution, BT.2020 Provides the greatest picture quality.
Award-winning Denon guided setup assistant and graphical user interface.
Stream the most popular music services – Spotify, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Deezer and more plus AirPlay, Bluetooth, Internet Radio, and Network Audio Streaming.
Built-in HEOS wireless multi-room audio technology.
Audyssey MultEQ XT, Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ.
Audio playback of lossless files WAV, FLAC, ALAC and DSD (2.8/5.6MHz) files.
Smart TV connectivity via HDMI CEC.
Dedicated Phono input.

Featuring discrete high-current amplifiers on all channels, the AVR-X2500H delivers high-power performance at 95 watts per channel (8ohms, 20Hz-20kHz, 0.08% THD).
Incredible power for your music and movie needs. Includes an advanced DSP (Digital Sound Processor) chip for tremendous power processing.
Immerse yourself in multi-dimensional audio with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and DTS Virtual:X. Set up Dolby Atmos with a 5.2.2 surround sound speaker system.
The AVR-X2500H features the Audyssey MultEQ XT room acoustic measurement system. With the supplied microphone, it precisely analyses the output of each speaker to optimise every channel.
With this model it’s possible to enjoy 5.1 channel surround sound in one room and a separate source or music stream in another.
Control the AVR hands-free with Amazon Alexa and your voice. Adjust the volume, skip to the next track
The latest HDMI specs for the best home theatre experience. All eight HDMI inputs — and two HDMI outputs — feature HDCP 2.2 support that lets you enjoy copy-protected content uninhibited
The heart of your wireless network. With Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless streaming connectivity.
Enjoy your favourite music in any room of your home wirelessly with built-in HEOS technology.
With the included phono input, the AVR-X2500H lets you connect your turntable and play vinyl records.
Better control in your back pocket. The free Denon AVR Remote for iOS and Android makes control even easier.
Control the Denon with your TV remote via the HDMI CEC functionality associated with your TV.
The front panel features four Quick Select buttons that store your preferred audio settings for each source.
Features external control and IP control capabilities for easy customization and compatibility with third party integration solutions.
Discover the incredible fidelity of high-resolution audio tracks and enjoy music as the artist intended.
Features “ihiji Invision” remote system management technology and “Domotz Pro” remote monitoring and management technology.
The included AVR-X2500H Quick Start Guide provides simple, clear instructions for how to get started.

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UK Mainland Shipping £16.86 - I can't seem to add that now though...
Question on receivers generally - can you usually use them in stereo rather than 5.1/7.2/whatever they're actually capable of? I'm sick of trying to find a HDMI switch that actually works in 4K HDR due to lack of HDMI ports on my TV so am toying with the idea of a receiver instead. I wouldn't want to buy speakers immediately.
sfsorrow27/04/2019 09:00

Question on receivers generally - can you usually use them in stereo …Question on receivers generally - can you usually use them in stereo rather than 5.1/7.2/whatever they're actually capable of? I'm sick of trying to find a HDMI switch that actually works in 4K HDR due to lack of HDMI ports on my TV so am toying with the idea of a receiver instead. I wouldn't want to buy speakers immediately.


You can use as many (or few) speakers as you like.
columbo27/04/2019 09:02

You can use as many (or few) speakers as you like.


So they'd just adapt to the speakers that are there, as opposed to missing out a load of audio?
sfsorrow27/04/2019 09:05

So they'd just adapt to the speakers that are there, as opposed to missing …So they'd just adapt to the speakers that are there, as opposed to missing out a load of audio?


Basically yes. You select where your speakers are positioned in the receivers setup and it'll automatically output the correct audio ie 2.0, 3.1, 5.1 depending on which speakers are connected.
columbo27/04/2019 09:10

Basically yes. You select where your speakers are positioned in the …Basically yes. You select where your speakers are positioned in the receivers setup and it'll automatically output the correct audio ie 2.0, 3.1, 5.1 depending on which speakers are connected.


OK, thanks. It seems like a stupid way of dealing with a lack of ports but I use one for Fire Stick, one for XBox and one for ARC on the soundbar. That leaves me with nothing for a Pi to emulate on.
sfsorrow12 m ago

OK, thanks. It seems like a stupid way of dealing with a lack of ports but …OK, thanks. It seems like a stupid way of dealing with a lack of ports but I use one for Fire Stick, one for XBox and one for ARC on the soundbar. That leaves me with nothing for a Pi to emulate on.


I'm considering the same... similarly annoying as my amp 5.1 only is still happily pumping out basic surround....but do need the hdmi :/
It looks like this is about as low as prices went on the x2400h last year so seems like a good deal! Heat
Would buy but my ONK ONK ONKYO still working fine
Edited by: "currybum2" 27th Apr
sfsorrow9 h, 23 m ago

Question on receivers generally - can you usually use them in stereo …Question on receivers generally - can you usually use them in stereo rather than 5.1/7.2/whatever they're actually capable of? I'm sick of trying to find a HDMI switch that actually works in 4K HDR due to lack of HDMI ports on my TV so am toying with the idea of a receiver instead. I wouldn't want to buy speakers immediately.


Any I have seen support a wide variety of output choices - they usually have a "headphone" mode, that'll play stereo through the speakers - you can usually independently control the speaker & headphone volumes, so you don;t need headphones plugged in for just stereo sound. Oh I've made that sound more complicated than it needs to be...
I very much doubt you can find an AV receiver that doesn't support "just stereo" output, put it that way...
Question regarding Spotify playback on Denon receivers-is it true that you cannot longer use the app as it will not function properly or not at all?
I am considering an upgrade to a higher specced Denon just to have Spotify as my current receiver lacks the app.
Anyone using and can confirm or deny?
I have one of these and I was using spotify this morning, no problems whatsoever?
DominikB20 h, 49 m ago

Question regarding Spotify playback on Denon receivers-is it true that you …Question regarding Spotify playback on Denon receivers-is it true that you cannot longer use the app as it will not function properly or not at all?I am considering an upgrade to a higher specced Denon just to have Spotify as my current receiver lacks the app.Anyone using and can confirm or deny?


App on Android is working all good with the amp
I did not realise I needed one till I found this deal and noticed how much ahead the world is of my 15 years old Yamaha amp
seriously considering.. please convince me I really do need it to buy it...

Also, how does multi-room stuff works?
afrik2nd May

I did not realise I needed one till I found this deal and noticed how much …I did not realise I needed one till I found this deal and noticed how much ahead the world is of my 15 years old Yamaha amp seriously considering.. please convince me I really do need it to buy it...Also, how does multi-room stuff works?


The multi room is just another set of outputs you wire into speakers in a other room. I've not tried it yet - don't have the money for the extra speakers or ability to out them in the house I am currently in!
columbo27/04/2019 09:10

Basically yes. You select where your speakers are positioned in the …Basically yes. You select where your speakers are positioned in the receivers setup and it'll automatically output the correct audio ie 2.0, 3.1, 5.1 depending on which speakers are connected.


We haven't the space to do the whole 5.1 or 7.1 thing, so we just have 4 decent quality full sized speakers (2 front, 2 back) and it works a treat! We need to get a new amp though, we're using one from the 90s and it's beyond its last legs (plus not HDMI etc.)
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