Oct 16, 2018
The new 5.2-channel model AVRS540BT which I managed to get on the review is based on the design of the best Denon receivers and combines high sound quality with progressive video features at a very c...Read More
Denon AVRS540BT offers more inputs and more connection options together with more radio channels etc. While Sony STRDH590 boasts of better stereo and surrounding sound features. Sony STRDH590 vs Denon AVRS540BT are both good family friendly options that will be great for people with modest income.
Since both of these AV receivers are budget options neither of them has a dual zone capability. Denon boasts of Dolby Pro Logic II while Sony has S-Force Pro Front Surround. You can compare those two sound features as they both give good surrounding effects.
Both av receivers have no wi-fi and no IEEE but both have a Bluetooth feature. STRDH590 does not have any AV inputs at all while AVRS540BT has 6. Both Denon AVRS540BT vs Sony STRDH590 do not have any coaxial or optical digital inputs. Only the Denon av receiver has phones. While Sony has a USB host which is not available in Denon AVRS540BT.
Both Sony STRDH590 vs Denon AVRS540BT come in a black matte metallic panels with black displays and fluorescent letters. Denon has complementary grey buttons while Sony has buttons of the same material and finish as the body itself. Denon has got smaller dimensions and weights two pounds less versus its Sony rival which makes it more convenient and easy to place in your TV stand shelf.
The Sony STR-DH590 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Sony STR-DH590 price