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Denon AVR-3312CI AV Receiver Review

AV receivers are getting more and more powerful, and their feature sets are getting more and more expansive. For some, the critical price/performance breakpoint comes at around $5-$600. At that price you start to get advanced features like video upconversion to HDMI and amplifiers that can be re-routed to a second Zone. So what does Denon have to offer above and beyond that with its AVR 3312CI receiver, that’s priced at twice that. I mean what do you really get for $1100?

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Key Features:


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  • Equal amp power design with seven discrete channels, each rated at 125 watts*, and dual subwoofer outputs
  • HDMI v1.4a supports all 3D formats and Audio Return Channel
  • Ethernet, USB, Phono, and seven HDMI inputs for added connectivity
  • Supports AirPlay for wireless music streaming from iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or iTunes
  • Audyssey MultEQ XT, GUI overlay, and remote control make setup and operation easy
  • Enhanced network capability includes Pandora, Flickr, Napster, and Rhapsody online support
  • Backed by a three-year warranty
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