Denon have today announced their new top-end line of AV receivers dubbed the X Series, consisting of five new units that start with the AVR-X500 at £249 and ending with the AVR-X4000 for £1,199.

The AVR-X500 will launch in May, and will feature five channels each at 140W, with DolbyTrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio Decoder technology, as well as 4 HDMI inputs, 2 optical inputs and a revamped display and new GUI.

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Next up is the XVR-X1000 will launch in May for £349, this is includes five HDMI ports, five 145W channels, as well as DLNA, AirPlay, Spotify and vTuner, as well as the ability to stream photos from Flickr and connectivity with the Denon Remote App as well as Audyssey’s MultiEQ XT technology.

Next up is the XVR-X2000 which will include a seven channel receiver with 150W per channel, there’s also seven HDMI inputs with 3D and 4K supports, the X200 will be priced at £499.

Second from last on the line up is the X3000, releasing in June for £799 it has seven channels with 180W per channel receiver, with Spotify and Last.fm connectivity, as well as Audyssey 7.1 channel processing and Dolby TrueHD technology, dts-HD Master Audio and ProLogic llz processing.

Last on the list is the AVR-X4000 it will release in June for £1,199, it has seven 200W channels, with Denon Link HD technology, it has Audyssey processing with 9.2 channels, 3 HDMI outputs, it will be available in black and silver, however the rest of the range will just be available in black.

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