Denon AVR-S750H Rece
Denon AVR-S750H: Clear 3D Sound and Voice Control Compatibility
The Denon AVR-S750H is an entry-level 7.2-channel receiver that produces 75W per channel into 8 Ohms. It’s designed to become a component of a home theater.
The unit is remarkable for its large display. The volume and source selectors are on the front panels, as well as source shortcut buttons. All the plugs are on the back panel of the receiver where everything is organized and color-coded for the easiest possible setup. The Audyssey microphone and stand for calibrating are in the package.
The AVR-S750H supports such advanced formats as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to create surround soundstage. It features 4K passthrough up to 60 fps, but it cannot upscale low-resolution content up to 4K. Still, the device comes with Dolby Vision to enhance brightness, contrast, and to make blacks deeper.
The receiver supports multi-room streaming and has a built-in FM radio. It allows streaming music from Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, and some other popular platforms. The unit supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to stream content from mobile devices.
This Denon is powerful enough to arrange bookshelf, ceiling, and wall speakers into a single system. Note that the receiver does not allow for headphones to be plugged and the speakers to be active simultaneously.
The device features stable performance when the sound and a picture rise to the challenge once everything has been set up. Furthermore, the dynamic volume control allows bringing the low and high volumes into a moderate spectrum to enhance the experience during watching a movie, for instance.
In this Denon AVR-S750H review, it should be noted that this model needs adjustments to deliver high-quality sound. Once the AVR is equalized, it produces clean, precise, and natural sound. The voices and dialogs are distinct and clear. In addition, they neither overlap music/sound effects nor become lost on their background saving the musical balance.
The Denon AVR-S750H AV receiver comes with six 4K/HDR-compatible HDMI inputs, one output, and HDMI eARC support. The USB port is designed both for charging and playing songs from mobile devices. Besides, it has digital ports (two optical inputs and one coaxial input) and phono input to connect a turntable directly dispensing with the preamp.
The AVR can be connected to a sub or even two of them. It’s connected easily to HDMI cables including the ability to process sound from the 4K TV if the latter has other sources of a signal (built-in tuner/Internet). The AVR features Bluetooth in/out and connects wirelessly to Apple's AirPlay 2. Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant provide the user with voice control. However, the Denon AVR-S750H specs don’t include the ability to send a signal to the wireless speakers. This model has only receiving but not transmitting Bluetooth antennas.
The AVR has to be set up with regard to the sound source. To that end, it’s necessary to hook it up to a TV or a portable LCD monitor. The menu looks outdated, but it’s straightforward and takes a few minutes to work it out.
The Audyssey MultEQ Room Correction is implemented for sound calibration. This tech automatically offsets the acoustic distortions that are usually caused by individual characteristics of the room (its square, layout, the arrangement of the furniture, etc.).
The Denon AVR-S750H stereo receiver is good for the money, as it allows hooking up both analog and digital devices a smart TV, Blue Ray, game console, cassette deck, turntable, and an old-school equalizer. It’s easy to set up due to the Audyssey microphone and it provides a great sound quality.More Details
- Auto Calibration
- Delivers 90 watts of power per channel
- Supports 8K video passthrough
- Has built-in HEOS
- No support for 11.2-channel audio
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- Has a Compressed Music Enhancer
- Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
- Delivers 50 watts of power per channel
- Built-in streaming services
- No support for 8K video passthrough
- No support for eARC
The Yamaha RX-A1000 is a powerful and versatile AV receiver, ideal for taking your home theater experience to the next level. It features an advanced 7.2 channel audio system with up to 95W of power per channel, as well as support for 4K Ultra HD video quality at 60 frames per second (fps). Additionally, it offers compatibility with AirPlay 2 and MusicCast multiroom streaming services so you can enjoy music from multiple sources throughout your house wirelessly. The RX-A1000 also has nine HDMI inputs and two outputs which allow for easy connection of all modern devices such as gaming consoles or Blu-ray players while providing high fidelity sound through Dolby Atmos technology. Furthermore, its onboard Wi–Fi allows hassle free access to internet radio stations or subscription based music services like Spotify Connect without having additional hardware connected in order to stream content directly from compatible mobile devices on any speaker within the networked environment.More Details
- Offers multi-room audio
- Has a Compressed Music Enhancer
- Comes with a remote control
- Delivers 100 watts of power per channel
- More expensive than some
- Offers 4K HDR compatibility with HDCP 2.2 support
- Works with Google Home
- Dolby Atmos - sound from above the visual field using additional speakers.
- DTS:X added - being compatible with the newest formats is always a good thing. Sony's first receiver to fully implement this feature.
- Removed one HDMI output compared to previous models.
- Doesn’t support Apple lossless.