Denon AVR-X4800H 9.4 Channel 8K AV Receiver with 3D audio experience
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- 9.4 channels of amplification are driven by the potent AVR-X4800H.
- The AVR-X4800H surrounds bigger living rooms in spectacular 3D audio thanks to its Dolby Atmos Technology, DTS:X, IMAX Enhanced, and Auro 3D capabilities.
- immersive 3D audio With engulfing 3D sound, you'll feel as though you're in the middle of the action.
- Your favourite music may be streamed wirelessly thanks to Denon's integrated HEOS technology.
For the expanding 8K video and next-gen gaming markets, has increased its feature set with the "Denon X4800H." Gaming features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and Quick Frame Transport were also included in the previous line of Denon home theatre receivers, which only supported limited 8K processing (QFT). To allow you to integrate even more cutting-edge technology into your AV Receiver with 3D audio system, these features have been added to the AVR-X-4800H on all seven HDMI inputs and two of the three HDMI outputs.
Although new technology is fantastic, there are times when you just want to keep using older technology. For your outdated camcorder or gaming system, the 'X-series Denon receiver has two composite video connections and one component video connection.
The Denon AVR-X4800H is an 8K AV receiver with 9.4 channels that provides high-quality audio and video performance for a truly immersive home theatre experience.
One of this receiver's standout features is its 8K compatibility, which allows for stunning resolution and clarity with compatible 8K content. It also supports 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision, making it an adaptable choice for a variety of video sources.
The AVR-X4800H has a powerful amplifier section with a total output of 140 watts per channel in terms of audio performance. It also supports Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D surround sound formats for an immersive 3D audio experience.
There are also HDMI eARC, HEOS Built-in, and AirPlay 2 connectivity options on the receiver. This enables simple integration with other devices such as streaming devices and smartphones, resulting in a more seamless overall experience.
The AVR-X4800H also has a stylish and user-friendly design, with a large front-panel display and simple on-screen menu navigation. This makes it simple to configure and adjust settings as needed.
Overall, the Denon AVR-X4800H is a high-end AV receiver with excellent video and audio performance, versatile connectivity options, and an easy-to-use design. It's an excellent choice for those looking to upgrade their home theatre experience.
Immersive 3D Audio
In comparison to the Denon AVC-X4700H, which only has two independent outputs, the Denon AVC-X-4800H supports the connection of four subwoofers. Similar to the AKM4458, the Texas Instrument PCM5102A (384 kHz/32 bits, 8 channels) is replacing the AKM4458 as the DAC. The models' capacitors have a capacity of 15,000 microfarads, and the DSP is an Analog Devices ADSP-21593 Shark+ specimen (like on the AVC-A1H, see photo below).
The Denon AVR-X4800H supports immersive 3D audio, allowing for a more realistic and immersive audio experience in home theatre configurations.
The use of surround sound technology to create the illusion of sound coming from multiple directions, including above and behind the listener, is referred to as 3D audio. The AVR-X4800H supports several surround sound formats, including Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D, to create a 3D audio experience.
Dolby Atmos, for example, adds a vertical dimension to the sound with height channels to create a more immersive audio experience. It enables the placement and movement of sounds in three-dimensional space, including overhead, resulting in a more realistic and immersive audio experience. DTS:X employs comparable technology to create a 3D soundstage with height channels.
Auro-3D is a surround sound format that creates a three-dimensional soundstage by adding a vertical layer to the sound. It improves the realism and immersion of the audio experience by adding depth and height to the soundstage.
The AVR-X4800H must be paired with a compatible speaker system that includes height speakers in order to fully experience the immersive 3D audio. These speakers are installed in the ceiling or angled throughout the room to reflect sound off the ceiling and create the overhead effect.
Overall, the Denon AVR-immersive X4800H's 3D audio provides a more realistic and immersive audio experience in home theatre setups by adding depth and height to the soundstage. It's a fantastic feature for users who want to enjoy the latest in surround sound technology while watching movies and listening to music.
9-Channel Amplifier With High Output
Apart from the absence of a DAB tuner, there are nine total amplification channels (11.4 processing), a 125 W power output into an 8K audio system, and other features (200 W into 6 ohms). Additionally, there is compatibility with Imax Enhanced and a Pre-Out 11.4 output. The third HDMI output, Odyssey MultEQ XT 32, and Odyssey LFC processing are also still required (allowing you to enjoy a different source from the one assigned to the main room in another room).
The Denon AVR-X4800H has a high-output 9-channel amplifier that can deliver powerful and dynamic audio to a multi-channel surround sound system.
An amplifier is a device that boosts the amplitude of an electrical signal and is commonly used to power speakers. The AVR-9-channel X4800H's amplifier can provide a high output of power to each of its 9 channels, which correspond to the 9 speakers in a full 9.4 channel surround sound system.
The amplifier's high output allows the AVR-X4800H to easily drive even the most demanding speakers, providing a high-quality, dynamic audio experience. It has a total output of 140 watts per channel, ensuring that even when the volume is turned up, the speakers receive enough power to deliver high-quality sound.
Furthermore, the AVR-X4800H has a low-impedance drive capability, which improves the amplifier's efficiency and allows it to deliver powerful and dynamic audio even when driving low-impedance speakers.
Overall, the Denon AVR-9-channel X4800H's amplifier with high output allows it to deliver powerful and dynamic audio to a multi-channel surround sound system, providing the user with a high-quality and immersive audio experience.
Flexibility In Configuration
Any audio processing that is available for a Dolby signal can always be applied by the Denon receiver. As a result, DTS Virtual:X can now be activated on a Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack. Returning to the HDMI 2.1 inputs and outputs, these support all of the standard's features, including VRR, ALLM, eARC, QMS, and QFT as well as upscaling to Ultra HD 8K 60 Hz from Ultra HD 4K 120 fps (see our news HDMI 2.1 standard, official additions welcome, technical and ergonomic).
The Denon AVR-X4800H provides configuration flexibility, allowing users to tailor their audio and video setup to their specific needs and preferences.
The ability to configure the number of speakers in the system is one aspect of this flexibility. The AVR-X4800H supports up to 9.4 channels, allowing users to build a full 9.4 channel surround sound system out of full-range speakers and height or surround speakers. Users can also configure the system for 5.2, 7.2, or 7.2.4 channel setups, depending on their specific needs and the number of available speakers.
Another aspect of adaptability is the ability to customise audio settings. Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D are among the surround sound formats supported by the AVR-X4800H. Users can select the best format for the content they are watching or listening to. Additionally, the AVR-X4800H supports custom sound calibration via the Audyssey MultEQ XT32, which optimises the system's audio performance based on room acoustics and speaker placement.
The AVR-X4800H has 8 HDMI inputs and 3 HDMI outputs, allowing you to connect multiple video sources such as streaming devices, game consoles, and Blu-ray players and send the video signal to multiple displays. Furthermore, the AVR-X4800H supports the most recent 8K video technology, allowing users to connect to 8K sources and display 8K content at its highest resolution.
Overall, the Denon AVR-configuration X4800H's flexibility allows users to tailor their audio and video setup to their specific needs and preferences, providing a tailored and optimal experience.
Technology Built Into EOS
Decoding Auro 3D, Dolby Atmos 9.1.4 processing, DTS:X Pro and DTS:X 11.1 (with the addition of an external stereo amplifier), Dolby Height Virtualization, decoding Dolby Atmos 9.1.4, decoding DTS:X Pro, and the Bluetooth TX function to broadcast the audio signal to suitable headphones in addition to speakers. Thus, you can use wireless headphones to listen to your music on the speakers in the living room, kitchen, or bedroom.
The Denon AVR-X4800H incorporates HEOS (High-Performance Multi-Room Audio) technology. HEOS is a wireless multi-room audio system that allows users to listen to music from various sources in different rooms of their home.
Users can stream music from popular music services such as Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, and others, as well as their own personal music library, using the HEOS built into the AVR-X4800H. The HEOS app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, can be used to control the music.
HEOS also supports seamless integration with other HEOS-enabled devices like speakers and soundbars, allowing users to easily create a multi-room audio setup. It also supports Airplay 2 and Bluetooth, allowing you to play music from your phone, tablet, or PC.
Additionally, the AVR-X4800H supports HEOS voice control via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, allowing users to control their music hands-free with simple voice commands.
Overall, the Denon AVR-HEOS X4800H's technology provides a high-performance multi-room audio experience, with easy streaming of music from multiple sources and the ability to easily create a multi-room audio setup. It also allows for simple music control and management via the HEOS app and voice control.
Contemporary 8K HDMI Connection
Denon has increased its feature set with the 'X 4800H in preparation for the expanding 8K video and next-generation gaming markets. Limited 8K processing and gaming features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and Quick Frame Transport were introduced by Denon's previous line of home theatre receivers (QFT). All seven HDMI inputs and two of the three HDMI outputs have these features added by Denon to the X4800H.
The Denon AVR-X4800H has modern 8K HDMI connections, allowing it to support the most recent 8K video technology.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a type of connection that allows high-definition video and audio signals to be transferred between devices. HDMI 2.1, the most recent version of HDMI, supports 8K resolution (7680x4320 pixels) at a high frame rate of 60fps, as well as features such as Dynamic HDR, eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode).
The AVR-X4800H has 8 HDMI inputs and 3 HDMI outputs that are HDMI 2.1 compatible, allowing it to connect to 8K video sources like 8K TVs, streaming devices, and Blu-ray players and display 8K content at its highest resolution and with the best picture quality possible.
Furthermore, the AVR-8K X4800H's HDMI connection allows for the pass-through of eARC and ALLM, which improves audio and video performance by allowing the TV to process audio and video data more efficiently.
Overall, the Denon AVR-modern X4800H's 8K HDMI connection allows it to support the most recent 8K video technology while also providing a high-quality, immersive viewing experience for the user.
AVR With Multiple Channels
With its 9.4 channel system, multi-channel processing, clock jitter reducer, and pure sound from your music files and streaming services, the Denon receiver offers incredibly rich, pure sound. Enjoy your music as "original" as possible, as it was intended to be. Additionally, with a staggering 125 watts per channel (2-channels driven), you will get windows-rattling volume as well as incredible detail at lower volumes.
A multi-channel AV receiver (AVR), such as the Denon AVR-X4800H, provides a surround sound experience by distributing audio to multiple speakers. The number of channels refers to the number of speakers that can be powered by the receiver.
The Denon AVR-X4800H, for example, has 9.4 channels. This equates to 9 full-range speakers and 4 height or surround speakers. In a surround sound setup, each channel corresponds to a specific speaker or group of speakers.
The front left and right channels, for example, power the front left and right speakers, while the centre channel powers the centre speaker, which is responsible for reproducing dialogue. Surround channels provide power to speakers placed to the sides or behind the listener to create the illusion of surround sound.
The AVR-X4800H, with its ability to power multiple channels, can provide a more immersive and dynamic audio experience by dispersing sound evenly throughout the room and providing a sense of surround sound.
|Sales Package||Denon AVR-X4800H 9.4 Channel 8K AV Receiver and User documentation|
|Antenna: Horizontal: (W x D x H) in Inches
Antenna: Vertical: (W x D x H) in Inches
W/O Antenna: (W x D x H) in Inches
|17.1 x 15.3 x 6.6
( 17.1 x 15.3 x 9.3 )
【 17.1 x 14.9 x 6.6 】
|Number of Power Amps||9|
|Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.05% 2ch Drive)||125W|
|Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 0.7% 2ch Drive)||165W|
|Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 10% 1ch Drive)||235W|
|Metal Front Panel||Yes|
|System Remote Control||RC-1252|
|Standby Consumption||0.1 W|
|HDMI In, Out||7, 3|
|Analog In, Out||5, No|
|Warranty Type||Official Manufactures Warranty|
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