Denon AVR-x580bt 5.2 Channel  Home Theater AV Receiver - AVFive
Denon AVR-x580bt 5.2 Channel  Home Theater AV Receiver - AVFive
Denon AVR-x580bt 5.2 Channel  Home Theater AV Receiver - AVFive
Denon AVR-x580bt 5.2 Channel  Home Theater AV Receiver - AVFive

Denon AVR-x580bt 5.2 Channel Home Theater AV Receiver

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Product Description

  • Three of the five HDMI inputs support Dolby Vision and HDCP 2.2.
  • It supports the most recent 8K HDMI technology, allowing for stunning image quality.
  • From any smart device, stream music via Bluetooth from your preferred music provider.
  • combines the newest technologies to guarantee a lag-free gaming experience.

Product Features

The Denon AVR-X580BT is a high-performance home theatre AV receiver with a plethora of features and capabilities that will enhance your home entertainment experience. With Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, this receiver delivers immersive, 3D surround sound that immerses you in the action.

The AVR-support X580BT's for 8K resolution and 5.2 audio channels is one of its most impressive features. With this level of performance, you can watch the most recent movies and television shows in stunning detail and with incredible sound quality.

The AVR-X580BT also includes a number of advanced audio processing technologies, including Denon's own AL24 Processing Plus and Advanced AL32 Processing Plus. These technologies collaborate to provide a high-quality, immersive audio experience unrivalled by other receivers in its class.

In addition to its impressive audio capabilities, the AVR-X580BT includes a number of useful features that make it simple to use and tailor to your specific requirements. It has built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, for example, allowing you to stream music directly from your smartphone or tablet to the receiver. It also has a variety of input and output options, including HDMI, USB, and analogue audio inputs, so you can connect all of your devices with ease.

Dolby TrueHD

Full 5.1 surround sound is produced using high-fidelity lossless DolbyTrueHD and Dolby Digital, a Dolby Digital Plus signal decoder, and a Dolby Pro Logic II upmixer for 2-channel audio signals.

Dolby TrueHD is supported by the Denon AVR-X580BT via the HDMI input and output, allowing the receiver to decode and process the audio signal from the source before delivering it to the connected speakers in its original, lossless form. This means you can hear the original audio's full dynamic range and clarity, whether it's a movie soundtrack or a high-resolution music track.

Furthermore, the AVR-X580BT is outfitted with high-quality audio processing technology such as Advanced AL32 Processing Plus and Denon's own AL24 Processing Plus, which enhance the audio signal and provide a high-quality, immersive audio experience.

Technology from DTS

Full 5.1 surround sound is produced using high-fidelity lossless DTS-HD and DTS Surround, DTS 96/24 signal decoding, and a DTSNeo 6 upmixer for 2-channel audio signals.

DTS (Digital Theater Systems) technology is used in the Denon AVR-X580BT to support the DTS:X surround sound format. DTS:X is a next-generation surround sound format that creates a more spatially accurate and realistic soundstage, allowing for a more immersive, 3D audio experience.

When the AVR-X580BT receives a DTS:X encoded audio signal, it decodes and processes the signal using its DTS processing technology. The decoded audio is then sent to the speakers and played back in its original format.

DTS:X creates a more spatially accurate and realistic soundstage, resulting in a more immersive audio experience. This is accomplished through the use of object-based audio, which allows individual sounds to be placed and moved within the 3D soundstage rather than being limited to a fixed set of channels. This means that sounds can be placed above or behind the listener, making the listening experience more immersive and realistic.

The AVR-X580BT also supports DTS Neural:X, a surround upmixing technology that transforms stereo or 5.1 channel audio into a 3D surround sound experience. This means that the AVR-X580BT can create a more immersive audio experience even if the content was not originally mixed in DTS:X.

HDMI Connection Support for ARC/eARC

supports the most recent technology on both the HDMI output and all HDMI inputs. Playing TV audio through your AV receiver is simple with ARC (Audio Return Channel) or eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) and only one HDMI connection. While ARC is restricted to traditional 5.1ch audio formats or PCM, eARC supports HD and 3D audio transmission formats like Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD Master Audio, and Dolby Atmos.

ARC (Audio Return Channel) allows audio from a TV to be transmitted back to the receiver via a single HDMI cable, eliminating the need for additional audio cables. This enables you to use your TV's built-in speakers for regular TV viewing while also having the option of switching to your AV receiver for more immersive sound when watching movies or playing games.

eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) is an advancement over standard ARC in that it enables the transmission of high-quality audio formats such as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, as well as high-resolution audio and multi-channel audio, over a single HDMI cable. This enables you to listen to a wide variety of audio formats and high-resolution audio without the need for additional audio cables.

When an eARC-enabled TV is connected to the AVR-X580BT, the receiver will automatically detect and use the eARC connection to receive the audio signal. This simplifies the setup process and eliminates the need to switch between different audio inputs.

8K / HDCP 2.3

Stunning picture quality is yours to enjoy on your 8K TV or projector.
On all four HDMI inputs and one output, 8K/60Hz pass-through and 8K upscaling on 1080p or 4K content are supported.
provides peace of mind when streaming copy protected content by supporting HDCP 2.3, the most recent copy protection standard.

The display resolution of a screen or display with a width of 7680 pixels and a height of 4320 pixels is referred to as 8K resolution. The ability of the Denon AVR-X580BT to process and pass through 8K video signals to an 8K display is referred to as 8K support. When connected to an 8K display, the AVR-X580BT can pass an 8K video signal from a source device, such as an 8K streaming device, 8K Blu-ray player, or 8K gaming console, to the display, allowing you to enjoy the highest quality video available.

HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a digital rights management technology used to prevent unauthorised digital video and audio content copying. The most recent version of the technology, HDCP 2.3, provides a higher level of security for the transmission of digital video and audio content.

Support for HDCP 2.3 means that the Denon AVR-X580BT can receive and process HDCP 2.3 protected content from the source device before passing it to the display, ensuring that the content is protected from unauthorised copying. This is especially important when dealing with 8K content, which requires higher levels of security to prevent piracy.

HDR 10+ provides stunning colour.

High Dynamic Range (HDR), Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), Dynamic HDR, and HDR10+ pass-through are all supported. Overbroadcast content can use HDR technology thanks to HLG. Dynamic metadata is used by both Dynamic HDR and HDR10+ to enhance shadows and highlights as screens change.

The Denon AVR-HDR X580BT's 10+ support means that it can process and pass HDR 10+ video signals to an HDR 10+ compatible display. This enables the display of a broader range of colours and brightness levels on the screen, resulting in a more vivid and lifelike image. Other HDR formats supported by the AVR-X580BT include HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), and Dolby Vision.

The AVR-X580BT also supports HDR metadata control, which means it can adjust the video's brightness, contrast, and colour to match the capabilities of the connected display, ensuring that the video is displayed at its best quality.

The Dolby Vision

Dolby Vision is a gorgeous HDR imaging technology that gives the screen extraordinary colour, contrast, and brightness. It is Dolby Vision compatible, allowing you to watch Dolby Vision content on a TV and source device that are both compatible.

The Denon AVR-Dolby X580BT's Vision support means that it can process and pass Dolby Vision video signals to a Dolby Vision compatible display. The receiver can decode the dynamic metadata and adjust the video signals to match the display's capabilities, ensuring that the video is displayed at the highest possible quality.

Furthermore, the AVR-X580BT supports dynamic metadata control, which means it can adjust the video's brightness, contrast, and colour to match the capabilities of the connected display, ensuring that the video is displayed at its best quality and creating a more immersive viewing experience.

Future-proof gaming

 The Denon AVR-X580BT, "future-proof gaming" refers to the receiver's ability to support the latest gaming technologies and ensure a high-quality gaming experience well into the future.

The AVR-X580BT helps to future-proof gaming by supporting high resolutions such as 8K, which allows for a more detailed and immersive gaming experience. It also supports the most recent gaming technologies, such as VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), which are designed to reduce screen tearing and input lag, resulting in a more responsive and smoother gaming experience.

Furthermore, the AVR-X580BT supports the most recent audio codecs, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, which can provide an immersive 3D audio experience in games that support it. This can make the overall gaming experience more immersive and realistic.

The AVR-X580BT also supports HDMI 2.1, which enables the transmission of high-bandwidth data such as 8K video and high refresh rates, ensuring compatibility with future gaming devices and technologies.

via Bluetooth, wireless music streaming


The Denon AVR-X580BT features Bluetooth technology for wireless music streaming. Bluetooth is a wireless communication technology that allows devices to exchange data over short distances.

Bluetooth allows for wireless music streaming from a smartphone, tablet, or other Bluetooth-enabled device to the AVR-X580BT. This means you can listen to music, podcasts, and other audio content from your mobile device through your home theatre system without using any additional cables or connections.

To use this feature, first connect your mobile device to the AVR-X580BT. This is usually accomplished by going into your device's Bluetooth settings and searching for available Bluetooth devices. When the AVR-X580BT is discovered, select it and pair the devices. Once paired, you can begin streaming music or other audio content to the receiver from your device.

The AVR-X580BT also supports Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology, which allows for a more energy-efficient streaming experience and helps to conserve your mobile device's battery life.

high-definition audio input via USB

Learn about the astounding fidelity of high-resolution audio files and take pleasure in music as the composer intended. Up to 24bit/192kHz hires audio playback from a USB drive is supported by a front USB port. The audio formats that are supported include MP3, WMA, WAV, MPEG-4/AAC, FLAC, and ALAC.

The Denon AVR-X580BT accepts high-definition audio input through USB. USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a data transfer technology that uses a USB cable to transfer data between devices. The USB port on the AVR-X580BT enables high-definition audio input from a USB-enabled device such as a computer, external hard drive, or USB thumb drive.

When a USB-enabled device is connected to the AVR-USB X580BT's port, the receiver can access and play the device's high-definition audio files. As the AVR-X580BT is capable of playing back high-resolution audio files up to 24-bit/192kHz, you can enjoy high-resolution audio files such as FLAC, WAV, and DSD with high-quality sound.

Furthermore, the AVR-X580BT supports USB audio input for DSD (Direct Stream Digital), a high-resolution audio format with a higher sampling rate than CDs that allows for a more accurate and detailed reproduction of the original audio.

Quick Choose

To conveniently store and retrieve your preferred audio settings, such as an input source, volume level, or sound mode, press one of the four QuickSelect buttons on the front panel. On your phone's downloaded version of the Denon 500 series remote, you can also access the Quick Select buttons.

The Denon AVR-X580BT has a feature called "Quick Choose" that allows users to quickly and easily access their favourite sources and settings.

When you press the Quick Choose button on the AVR-remote X580BT's control, a menu with a list of the most commonly used sources, such as TV, Blu-ray, and music streaming services, appears on the screen. You can then select the source you want to use, and the receiver will switch to it automatically. This eliminates the need to navigate multiple menus and settings to reach your desired source.

You can also customise the Quick Choose menu to include your preferred sources, and even assign specific audio settings, such as an EQ setting or surround sound mode, to each source. This allows you to quickly switch between sources while automatically adjusting the audio settings to your preferences.

App for the Denon 500 Series

With this iOS or Android control app, you can browse music on your phone or in a USB drive while the receiver is connected, choose an input source, change the volume, and turn the receiver on and off.

The "App for the Denon 500 Series" is a mobile application that allows users to control and adjust the Denon AVR-X580BT and other 500 series AV receivers' settings. The app is free and available for both iOS and Android devices, and it can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.

After installation, the app can be used to control the AVR-volume, X580BT's input selection, and sound modes. Users can also access and adjust advanced audio settings such as equalisation and surround sound through the app. You can also use the app to control the AVR-multi-zone X580BT's audio feature, which allows you to play different audio in different rooms of your home.

The app also includes a setup assistant that walks you through connecting and configuring the AVR-X580BT. Furthermore, the app includes a 'Heos' feature that allows you to stream music to other devices that are also connected to the Heos network.

Dual outputs for subwoofers

Experience accurate, evenly-distributed bass. Two subwoofer outputs provide better dispersion and smooth out low frequencies. There are no audible peaks or dips; only intense, room-filling bass.

The Denon AVR-X580BT has "Dual subwoofer outputs," which means it has two separate output connections for connecting subwoofers. This allows two separate subwoofers to be connected to the receiver rather than just one.

Having dual subwoofer outputs gives you more options when it comes to setting up your home theatre system. For example, you can place one subwoofer in the front and another in the back of the room, or you can use two subwoofers to distribute bass evenly throughout the room. As a result, the bass will be distributed more evenly throughout the room, creating a more immersive and balanced audio experience.

Furthermore, the AVR-X580BT allows for independent adjustment of the level, crossover, and phase of each subwoofer, allowing for more precise control over the bass response in the room and fine-tuning of the subwoofers to achieve the best possible sound quality.

On-screen setup assistance

Award-winning Denon Setup Assistant offers straightforward setup instructions. To connect your speakers, measure your speakers, and connect source devices, simply connect your AV receiver to your TV and follow the on-screen directions.

The Denon AVR-X580BT includes "On-screen setup assistance," a graphical user interface that walks users through the process of connecting and configuring the receiver.

When you turn on the receiver for the first time, the on-screen setup assistance will appear on the connected TV screen, guiding you step by step through the process of connecting your speakers and devices, as well as configuring the basic settings such as speaker configuration, audio and video settings, and network settings. It also contains instructions and illustrations to assist you in understanding the process.

The on-screen setup assistance feature also allows you to easily change settings such as speaker configuration, audio and video settings, and network settings, as well as troubleshoot and diagnose any issues that may arise during the setup process and provide solutions to resolve them.

Room EQ and Auto Setup

Use the included microphone to set up and measure your speakers according to the instructions on your TV. The measurements are used by the receiver to optimise sound for the space and get the most from your system. Just relax and take in the fantastic sound.

 The Denon AVR-X580BT includes a "Room EQ and Auto Setup" feature, which automatically optimises the receiver's audio settings based on the acoustics of the room and the speakers being used.

The Room EQ feature measures the sound response of the speakers in the room with a microphone and adjusts the audio settings accordingly. This includes adjusting the volume levels of each speaker, selecting the appropriate crossover frequencies, and fine-tuning the speakers' equalisation (EQ).

The Auto Setup feature automatically configures the speaker configuration, distance, and delay settings based on the microphone and information gathered during the Room EQ measurement. This eliminates the need for manual adjustments while also ensuring that the audio is perfectly calibrated for the room and speakers used.

After completing the Room EQ and Auto Setup, the AVR-X580BT will optimise the sound quality based on the room and speaker characteristics, resulting in a more balanced and accurate soundstage, as well as ensuring that the speakers are working optimally.



Sales Package Denon AVR-x580bt Dolby and DTX HD 8K Home Theater andUser documentation
Brand Denon
Model AVR-X580BT
Color black
Dimension 17.1 × 13 × 6 inches
Weight 16.8 lbs
Number of Power amps 5
Frequency Range 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz
Power consumption 310W
CEC in W 0.5W
Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 0.7% 2ch Drive) 90 W
Multichannel preout 0.2
Number of terminals 5
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Compatible Devices Speaker
Batteries Include Yes
Warranty Type Official Manufacturers Warranty
Warranty Period 1-year
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