Denon AVR-5700


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Brand and Model:Denon AVR-5700
Price ($USD):2800
Features:
checked Tunerchecked Ampchecked Dolby Prologic
checked Dolby Digitalchecked DTSchecked THX Certified
un-checked 7.1 Channels
Audio Inputs:
6ch:1Phono:1
Digital Coax:3Digital Optical:5
Video Inputs:
Composite:6S-Video:6
Component:0
Audio Outputs:
Speaker:7Preamp/6ch.:8
Video Outputs:
Composite:4S-Video:4
Component:0
Amplifier
Power (Main Speakers):140 Watts
Power (Surround Speakers):140 Watts
THD:%
Weight (lbs):47.4 lbs.
Dimensions (w/h/d):17.1 x 7.1 x 19.4 in. (width/hei
Description:Has RF AC-3 Input

2 Component Video Inputs

1 Component Video Out

1 Optical Digital Out




Supports 8 ch. in and out for future expansion.




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Denon AVR-5700
for a japanese receiver, this one heck of a high end piece. both in sound quality and build. it is a pleasure to own.

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Denon AVR-5700
Nice Receiver, with tons of features, expandability, processing power, amp power and more. IF you want to know where to get one for $1999, email me.
avdeals@yahoo.com

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Denon AVR-5700
World best receiver. It's delivered

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Denon AVR-5700
I have 2 of theses puppies and have left them on for 6 months straight, that shws you a quality piece. For sound I replaced it over my B&k Reference 20, my Classe SSP-50 (piece is also superb if coupled with a REAL AMPLIFIER), and over my old Lexicon DC-1. I think this piece performs on the classe level but without the cost.

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Denon AVR-5700
The best money can buy. A toatally amazeing peice. Stearing and seperation are uncanny and 2nd to none. Amps are clean, powerful, and distortion free. If I could rate it higher I would. I highly recommend this piece. Nuff Said.

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Denon AVR-5700
I have heard rave reviews about this receiver. I've also heard great reviews about the Marantz SR-18 (w/ its awesome remote). Has anyone tested both receivers and compared their sound? If so, which is better? I am currently in dire need of a receiver and any response would be greatly appreciated.

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Denon AVR-5700
Finally got my 5700 about a week ago. Sound is unbelievable. Have tested my DTS and DD laserdiscs, DVDs, and DTS music CDs. I've actually been startled by sounds jumping out of the surrounds. Was the best sounding receiver I've heard without making a single adjustment. Even with cheap speaker wire to the rears, the sound is dazzeling, and during quiet scenes or between tracks, no hiss can be heard even at high volume levels.
The only thing I've found to complain about is the size of the volume reading displayed on the front panel. My eyes aren't good enough to read it from across the room, so I have to wait until my selection is playing to set the volume level. Other than that.... get one while you can. Its awesome.

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Denon AVR-5700
I recently replaced my DSP A1 with the 5700. I thought have 42 DSP Modes would be fun and that the 7-channel for Home Theater would be the best way to go. I had a chance to audition the 5700 with my setup for an evening. In word "AWESOME"!!! Excellent for both Home Theater and 2-channel music listening. More detailed sound without having to do any tweaks. I have heard things on both DVD Movies and CDs that were not evident when using the DSP A1. The 5700 doesn't need the two additional front channels, excellent sound stage and imaging in both HT and music. The 5-channel option is great for watching sports or for party music. Now, if i can only sell that DSP A1.........

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Denon AVR-5700
I replaced my pioneer vsx09 with denon 5700.The video switiching and sound quality are perfect.I had a kenwood vr2090 to demo for a month and it sucked..
nice idea but the dacs in the kenwood were really noisey.The denon dacs are fast and transparant.sound adjustment is easy and straight forward.another neat feture is built in ac3 demodulator for all of us laserdisc junkies.DvD sound and picture is awesome.Pass through on video is done well (signal attentuation is nil).All in all for the price and features best a/v amp I've seen and heard..

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Denon AVR-5700
I've owned my 5700 for a month now and have 0 complaints ( the remote could be better but who buys a receiver the remote?).
The construction is SOLID. Knobs, volume, switching and other adjustments are all precisely engineered for the right "touch and feel". It does have a short delay when switching from source to source ( it needs a few seconds to sense the input type, coaxial/digital.etc.) but not from sound field to sound field ( surround modes). The separation is amazing and power more than ample. The "on screen" adjustments are great (if you have input space on your tv). Most all features and adjustments can be made on the unit or off the remote. DD, DTS, Prologic are all auto sensed. The 5.1 channel stereo is out of this world ( if you have a surround set up) I can't wait for expanded multi channel stereo/surround sound in the future! I looked long and hard before jumping in and can honestly say I made the right choice. I heard NO HISSING of any kind, so if people here complained about it's a problem with their unit not the whole line. Set up is easy and you can adjust, through the remote, separate L/C/R BL, BR and Sub volume/power settings for each individual listening mode. (So you can set,lets say, dolby prologic with a higher subwoofer setting than your other listening modes and it will remember it). I will not be interested in a new receiver for a number of years, and am quite happy that I can honestly not worry about the "what if's".

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