Denon AVR-X2000 IN-Command
7.1-channel home theater receiver with Apple® AirPlay®
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Take connections for 7 pairs of speakers. Add easy music streaming options, a slew of HDMI and other inputs, and back it up with seven channels of power. It all adds up to one versatile home theater receiver — the Denon AVR-X2000 IN-Command. With Apple AirPlay, the ability to power speakers in a second room, and user-friendly menus and controls, the 'X2000 can serve as the heart of a powerful stereo system or a thrilling home theater capable of dynamic surround sound. It'll even do 3D and 4K video, too.
Stream music from your iPad, iPhone, or computer running iTunes with the AVR-X2000's built-in AirPlay support.
Whether you've got music stored on your iPhone, iPad®, or computer running iTunes, AirPlay makes it as simple as pressing “Play” to stream songs to the 'X2000. It's so easy to browse and listen, you may find yourself rediscovering music you forgot you owned. Even if you don't have hundreds of gigabytes of digital tunes, don't feel left out — the 'X2000 features built-in support for Spotify® and SiriusXM subscribers, as well as free Pandora® Internet radio and DLNA-compatibility for networked PCs. That's millions of songs at your fingertips before you've connected a single component to this receiver. AirPlay requires a wireless home network and a wired connection between the receiver and network.
Denon's home theater receivers continue to get easier to set up and control. One of the 'X2000's best setup features is the built-in Audyssey speaker calibration software. Not only does it optimize your system to fit your room, but it can also tone down loud commercials as well as improve dialogue and surround effects during low-level listening. The 'X2000's full-color on-screen display uses lots of graphics makes these and other settings a breeze to navigate. Once you're set up, be sure to download the free Denon Remote app for your Apple or Android™ smartphone. It's the simplest and most intuitive way to control your receiver via your home Wi-Fi network.
With 7 pairs of speaker outputs, the AVR-X2000 offers a lot of setup flexibility, so you can customize your home theater to your own space and needs. Connecting a 5.1 surround system in one room leaves outputs for a stereo system in a second room — no additional amp required. Or use those extra channels in Zone 1 for "front high" or "surround back" speakers to give movie soundtracks even more depth and realism. Or try bi-amping your compatible front speakers to squeeze even more detail out of your two-channel music.
Worried the 'X2000 can't handle all your components and sources? Seven HDMI inputs ought to ease your concern, with plenty of room for Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, cable boxes, and more. Analog-to-HDMI upscaling means you'll only need a single cable to connect this receiver to your HDTV. There's also a front-panel USB connection for your iPod® or other Apple device. It creates a direct digital connection, so you can get even better sound from it using the 'X2000's circuitry.
The free Denon Remote app for Apple and Android lets you easily control the 'X2000 from your smartphone.
Your receiver powers your speakers and lets you connect and select your entertainment sources. But a great receiver does a lot more it ignites your emotions. From the passion of a favorite musical artist, to the crossfire of a super-charged movie soundtrack, to the intensity and immersion of a fast-paced video game, your receiver is the key to experiencing and enjoying it in full.
Was excited to get my first Denon. Have owned other brands..Onkyo, Sony, etc. After 3 months unit started resetting. Called Crutchfield and they said you have to call Denon we can't exchange it. Had to take it to local service center. It sat there for over a month until it finally got repaired. Turned out it was a know defect. Got the unit home and noticed scratches on front that were not there before I took it in for service. Called Denon to complain about lousy service and they said sorry for your trouble....that's it!! Will never buy another Denon product and probably won't shop at Crutchfield again. Terrible experience!!!
This is a great product that was very easy to set up. I replaced an older model Denon that did not have the HDMI outs and ins. I was amazed at the difference between the two recievers when watching a blue-ray movie. I was blown away at how well the auto calibration worked. I have not played music on this yet but will this evening. This really exceeded my expectations!
Pros: Simple and sounds amazing. Great value for the price.
Cons: can't think of any but I've only had it for a day.
Going from a two channel bookshelf stereo system powering (WAY) oversized front speakers to this proper home theater receiver was quite an impressive change. I absolutely love the home theater receiver. The only odd thing with this receiver is with the volume which has a range of 0-98, even in a totally silent room there is no sound at all until at least 36 and a quite listening volume level is 45-55. I don't understand why i should have to turn the volume up half way just to hear my home theater. At that point I would expect it to be reasonably loud.
Pros: Works well. Good GUI and on screen options. Great crystal clear sound
Cons: Volume has to be at least half way up just to hear anything. Getting Audio Return Channel to work is really difficult and confusing... (I've yet to get it working) Setting up scenes or situations like normal settings for a particular input isn't very intuitive
This receiver does not have bluetooth or wifi - but if you do not need those features then you will have everything you need with this receiver. Very easy to use, looks good - easy to install and setup
Pros: Easy to use, great features
Cons: none so far
great product for the money also all speaker stereo option nice solution
Pros: price HDMI connectivity
Cons: not avail. any more i would like to buy 3 more of these
First AVR ever purchased and I couldn't be happier. I love it.
Was looking for a reasonable priced receiver that had networking and 2 zone capabilities. This receiver fit the bill and then some. I am very happy with the purchase. It is very easy to use and the networking options are great.
First, having used for less than a month- the only reason one STAR was removed is longevity and the unit being problem free has yet to be determined. The receiver has most of the features you'd look for in an AV Receiver. This 95w/ channel Denon is playing the 7.1 audio out through Martin Logan MLT-2 speaker system (review of which is separate) providing center channel, side and rear surrounds (5.1 system) with great sub- with ML Motion 4's used for front speakers, completing 7.1 system. Will say in the under $1000 class, sound quality is really exceptional considering speaker size and cost. This Denon produces very clean sound, although to achieve normally listened to volume, levels are higher on Denon 2000X than the Yamaha RX-V867 it replaced. The Denon's overall sound quality is cleaner without clipping or distortion- just sounds better. Bought from Crutchfield (best place considering their service) you will receive their sheets of labels to label all cables of all types (both ends) going to and from this receiver- Do it as it really saves time later if anything has to be disconnected/ connected to receiver (personally go one step further with a wiring diagram showing where the out/in are going to other equipment). For the money, this unit is hard to beat. If you have the budget, consider Denon's 4100X receiver- check the specs.
Pros: Denon AVR-X2000 has Audio Outs for a 7.1 speaker system, and has Audio out out to run audio to another room or outdoor area; however, this reduces you to a 5.1 system in main room. Ways around this with efficient speakers (doubling up on existing outs & line controls)- speak with Crutchfield techs on viability for your system and goal (another subject- outside review scope). Denon has all Dolby specs except new Atmos (up to 11 speakers, including ceiling). 6-HDMI OUT covers most folks needs
Cons: CON- No Manual (you get a CD; so if you want written material, be prepared to burn ink or powder printing 100+ pages). No Quick Start Guide for doing the connections- not a problem for someone with decades of experience- but a newbie should note CD issue. No con- just note this Denon has one sub out; which really isn't a problem if you have a good sub to begin with. Also, note: one HDMI out; again not a con unless you need to play another TV off this same receiver.
I did a lot of research before deciding on purchasing the X2000. What sold me were the combination of upscaling from component, built-in AirPlay, the 7 HDMI inputs, and the loads of positive reviews. Setup was very easy, and once it was setup it was just a matter of updating the settings on my Harmony remote. Unfortunately, I was only able to enjoy the receiver for three weeks. It started to lock up - it would still be playing music and passing HDMI, but would not respond to the remote (even the Denon remote) or local button presses. I couldn't even turn the unit off without unplugging it! Crutchfield has been awesome in handling this issue, and is sending a replacement out ASAP. As for sound quality, I'd say it is slightly less smooth than my Denon AVR-2805 I've had for about 10 years. This is on the same B&W CM6 speakers I've used for the same time period. Fingers crossed that the replacement receiver doesn't have any issues.
Pros: Easy setup
Cons: Quality? Sound quality might not be as good as older Denon models.
Replaced a very old surround sound amp. Suddenly glad the old one died. I really like the ability to customize.
Initial setup of interconnect was straightforward, but software settings of source selection for each zone was trial and error. Overall good quality, but user interface needs to be improved.
Pros: Airplay included in the receiver and application to control zones Sound quality of each power amp
Cons: No printed users manual Application is not user friendly
I think this product is a great buy for the price. It has enough power for most modestly sized rooms, and the Auto speaker calibration is an awesome feature.
Pros: Price, Auto Calibration, Control Menu
every time you go on youtube you have to cut the box back on and push cbl tv for it to the cable to come back on
Cons:Crutchfield response on September 15, 2014 We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
This is my first receiver I've purchased. I've heard many other systems, some with amazing speakers, others with amazing receivers. I have been nothing but impressed with all that this receiver can do. Right now I have it setup with 5.1 in my living room and stereo speakers in my basement. It is amazing the power that it can put through both systems while maintaining clarity. I bought cheaper speakers to add onto this system, after the calibration through the microphone and built in program the speakers even sounded amazing. I am truly spoiled by my setup and I can't listen to regular audio anymore. Thank you to Crutchfield with the fast free shipping. I will be back!
Pros: Sound, power, clarity, features, network control.
Cons: None so far!
This is the best receiver I ever purchased! I always went low end pioneers (2 of them) mainly only thing is they never lasted that long so I finally put out the bucks even though it is still pricey it is worth every penny. It makes my Klpisch speakers finally come alive and my bose surround:) I also like the network feature as well and no problems with buffering when hard wired.
Pros: Sound is 10x better than my previous receiver
Cons: none at this time
A solid buy for the price. Granted it does not have all the bells and whistles of a fresh off the assembly line newest model (i.e. wifi and Bluetooth). I have the receiver hard wired to the Internet and have not had any issues thus far. (Note I do not stream movies via Netflix). My main use for the receiver is music. I have over 9k songs on my iPod classic. The sound quality is top notch. At 95 watts per channel, 3 year warranty, and ease of setup, this is an absolute steal.
Pros: Sound quality Ease of setup
I have owned several Denon receivers over the last 25 years and this is the best one yet. Outstanding sound with my SVS 3.1 system, great features and GUI, easy to use remote, a no brainer at this price. Crutchfield comes through again!!
Pros: Great sound, plenty of power, nice GUI, easy to use remote.
Great product for a great price.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: I've only had it a few weeks so none now
This receiver replaced an Onkyo receiver that was plagued by bad HDMI board. I found that the setup was much easier, functionality/setup is easier and the sound is much warmer and more realistic than the Onkyo. For the price , it can't be beat --quite satisfied!! Only drawback is that the remote is not "universal enabled, so we're juggling several remotes .
Perfect! Exactly what I wanted. Great sound and plenty of power for my Klipsch speakers. Easy setup and no issues. I use the assignable channels for my "zone 2" patio speakers.
Pros: Receiver is what it claims to be.
Wonderful product. It has everything I need. Should do me until I go to the anatomy table at Dartmouth.
Pros: Exactly what I wanted.
Cons: Missed the phono input.
Great product, great sound. Had a friend hook it up because I am a technically challenged. But it is very easy to use and sounds great. I love it and would highly recommend it.
Pros: Easy to use and sounds great.
This denon is absolutely awesome. I got it to upgrade from a e300. It is a huge improvement. I have it paired with the full Andrew jones 7.2 system. I run a subwoofer wire splitter and the amp handles dual subs perfectly. I love the denon app as well on my iPhone.
I love this amp so much my dad got one too after hearing my rave reviews.
Pros: Lots of power, snazzy app control, sleek simple design
Cons: I've been struggling to get the two zone feature to work intuitively. People will complain about the lack of wifi connectivity and the need to provide a wired Ethernet connection. This is easily circumvented by using a wireless router with a bidirectional Ethernet port. I use apple airport express.
Great features and quality at a low price.
Pros: Feature packed including Airplay w/Spotify and Pandora is nice, Phone App for convenience
Cons: Could have more digital inputs, but there are lots of HDMI inputs
It's a great piece of equipment. I don't have a lot of spare time so the quick set up was nice. The "auto EQ" feature is good. I gauged the distance accurately. The sound quality is very good. Mine is powering cerwin vega CLS-12/pair. I need to purchase a center channel for a more complete movie/tv watching experience.
Pros: Looks good, Sounds good, HDMI switching is good, and the internet radio feature is nice.
Cons: none so far... I'll let you know in six months.
So far I've tested a few functions including sound reproduction from music sources - MP3s in my external USB drive, Pandora, Spotify..etc. Sound is spectacular and full. Bass is amazing and not overdone. I've tested with various DSP modes and I love the 2-channel stereo and Matrix the best for my 2.1 setup - X2000 with Front/Left Pioneer SP-FS52 and a Polk PSW10 sub. Airplay works flawlessly and Audyssey works great as well. It even works with a 2.1 setup when some of the others display an error if such calibration is run for a 2.1 setup. Although I haven't tested the Movie sound modes I'm pretty confident they will perform as well !!
I'm a little skeptical about the HDMI/InOut connections in the X2000 since they didn't work with E300 and my Samsung 40" LCD TV with HDMI 1.3a ports when I connected a Sony DVD Player and Apple TV. I suspect it's because of the handshaking between the E300 HDMI ports and Samsung's HDMI ports.
Otherwise, I'm in love with the receiver so far :)
Awesome receiver, installation was a snap. So far a great replacement for my older Onkyo.
Pros: Easy setup. Great sound reproduction. Love the pass through mode.
The Denon AVR-X2000 IN-Command receiver's audio quality has impressed me, especially as a "big" movie sound system. The quality of sound is superior to my previous receiver (Kenwood) easier to operate and half the price. I added a 100w powered Sub-woofer and the system can shake my couch, with great spacial separation.
Pros: Audio quality! Ease of use, Internet connect-ability, when turned off it will bypass itself and allow you to watch TV directly from the source. It has more HDMI inputs than you will need. It is also simple to set up and use.
Cons: Gets quite warm - it should have a fan or at least 8" of rack/shelf space in your entertainment cabinet. It doesn't have many different types of inputs, no composite, s-video or coaxial, only 1 optical but lots of HDMI. It does not send an audio signal to the TV speakers when on. No Bluetooth, but the internet connections can work around this. The remote can only control the receiver.
It replaced a top-of-the-line, but 15-year-old Yamaha...for music listening it doesn't quite drive my (admittedly power-hungry) speakers as I'm used to (bi-amp saves the day!!), but this receiver does sound good, renders movies well, and does the job I paid to get done. Considering the price I paid, I consider it a very good investment for my living room listening enjoyment.
Pros: Easy installation and initial setup. Ability to bi-amp mains. Simple remote control. Well rounded feature set. More inputs than any sane person would ever need, but back-plane doesn't feel overly cluttered.
Cons: Audyssey only gets you so far... Would like to be able to use different memorized EQ presets for movies vs music. Larger binding posts would have made heavy speaker wire installation a bit smoother.
Bought as a replacement for an old Onkyo that was dying. The Denon AVR-X2000 IN-Command layout for connections is uncluttered and easy to find what you need. The setup procedure is easy to run and fairly comprehensive. The only flaw I found in the setup was getting it to recognize my sub woofer as being installed. It has built in internet radio, but if not using a subscription service I found it a bit difficult to navigate. It has all the dedicated HDMI input ports you could need, it has a network connection for input from other devices, and my favorite feature of all the controller does not need a degree from MIT to operate it.
Pros: Many hdmi inputs Easy to use controller Clean and efficient connection layout in back Big Plus: Comes with the excellent Crutchfield cable labels Great sound and easy to switch between one input and the next
Cons: Had difficulty with sub woofer being recognized as connected Internet radio controls not intuitive
While I was shopping for an AVR, I was particular about a few things which guided my choices: - Priced under $450, and therefore need not be latest and greatest. - Must have Airplay so that my wife and I can both listen to music and control it with our Apple devices. - HDMI and USB option in the front. - A simple remote that is capable of advanced settings yet keeps things simple (I ask for a lot, I know).
The AVR-x2000 delivered all of the above. -Crutchfield has the price at a sweet spot. -Airplay, which seems to garner some complaints here, works flawlessly for me. I'll explain my network setup below if it helps you discern whether the Airplay issues are related to hardware or how the owner chooses to set it up (could be both). -The remote keeps things simple.
Network setup: I have the Denon hooked up to an ethernet switch, I bought on line, and my xbox hooked up to it as well and they are both hooked up to the wall. No problems whatsoever with connectivity.
Sound quality is pretty impressive though I don't have anything to compare it to. My setup includes Klipsch RF-52II for fronts, RS-41II for surrounds, and sub = SVS PB-1000. Audyssey was probably the one thing that truly knocked my socks off. What a difference! Spending considerable time on avsforums reading up on things also helps dial things in and calibrate to your liking.
Still deserves 4.5 stars in my book. Sound and Video quality is stunning, which is my primary requirement and it meets that we
Pros: What I really like: - Sound and Picture quality - Audyssey MultiEQ XT - Spotify built-in or via Airplay on my iPhone (!!) - Airplay - Being able to ask someone who wishes to audition my system what music they would like to listen to and search and play it on Spotify - can't believe we did things any other way previously, i.e., no longer will the words, "I don't have that album" be uttered! - Availability of codecs at this price point
Cons: What I feel could be better: - the web interface is a joke. At a minimum I hoped it would let me enter username and passwords for all internet apps (it doesn't). The only time I find myself using it is out of desperation and laziness when I can't find the remote. - how some options are buried within other settings requiring multiple "clicks", for instance "subwoofer level', i wish this was directly accessible via the remote. Hopefully remedied by a logitech harmony device. - runs warm
Great receiver, works well for all my needs.
Pros: Best price I could find it for.
Great sound and features at this price point. I didn't care for the automatic settings for audio and video processing. Once I reset them to manual and then set up the receiver to my preferences, it sounds terrific and the video quality is top notch.
Pros: Excellent value
Cons: Needed to disable the auto video / audio settings
I'm pleased with the unit. I'm using it in my large living room with a Definitive XTR-SSA3, a ProSub 800 and some Klipsch speakers in the ceiling (zone 2 are Klipsch outdoor speakers). There are a few things I should have researched further but even though my expectations didn't match up with reality it is still a good receiver. 1. Audyssey setup truly is a time saver - you just move the supplied microphone around and follow the on-screen instructions and the receiver calibrates everything for you. 2. Zone 2 only works with analog signals which stinks if your cable box only has HDMI / optical outputs 3. Apple AirPlay vs. Apple TV - I wish they would make clear that the receiver does not support Apple TV Again, the unit is good I just didn't do a good job researching before I bought. I'm not sure it would have caused me to buy a different unit.
Pros: Easy to use, easy to setup, sounds great
Cons: Zone 2 only works with analog signals
The setup was incredibly easy if not frustrating. I went through the auto setup and I had to change polarity on several of my speaker even thou they were correct to begin with. I have a high end Yamaha subwoofer and during set up I had to set the volume to the max in order for the Denon receiver to recognize it. Which brings me to why I didn't give it 5 stars, no matter what I do I cannot get the subwoofer to work consistently.
Pros: Easy setup, Denon only gives you controls you need.
Cons: Subwoofer output not up to standards.Crutchfield response on August 5, 2014 We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
Right out of the box this receiver sounded so much better than my old Yamaha HTR-5850. I was never able to get the Yamaha to sound nice and clear with dialogue, no matter how many times I tried using all the settings available. This Denon is clear and I can easily boost the dialogue if I need to, but so far I haven't really needed to, that is, after running the very easy Audyssey setup. Overall, an excellent receiver.
Pros: Easy setup Clear sound
Cons: A learning remote would have been nice. A switched outlet on the rear would have been nice to run some accessories like a cooling fan.
Love the app we use on our ipad and android phones. Plays music in 2 zones and sounds great. My Onkyo had issues connecting to my PC. This is my first Denon and it's been great
Pros: Ease of setup
I recently decided to buy an additional AV Given that I already own two feature packed receivers (wifi, and Bluetooth) I chose the AVR-X2000 based on a great price point ($100 cheaper than the Onkyo TX-NR 626), and a long time curiosity about Denon
The X2000's Clean, Logical layout of the back panel made an immediate positive impression! Making the wire, and cable connections was much easier than on my Onkyo's. I set up the Audessy MultEQ® XT (an upgrade from the Audessy for the TX-NR626 and 828). It was simple, and worth the effort. It allows for optimizing the room for up to 8 seats.
My first test was On Pandora and CD's with a variety of Genres of music. The sound was good, but appeared to only have 2 channel Stereo, and Dolby Pro logic as listening mode options. I knew that other options should have been available. Nothing clearly addressed this, so I called Crutchfield, and we figured it out! Apparently the full list of listening modes is only available after pressing, and holding either the Movie, or Music button down on your Remote. this will trigger a drop down menu of choices based on the signal/source you are listening to at that time. Once I figured this out, I soon found the Denon to have excellent Sound Quality and Flexibility.
I used "The Man of Steel" Blu-Ray Opening Scene to test the Home theater, Great Discrete sounds using Master HD 7.1 format. Ships flying around the room- engaging, explosions -impactful! Great SQ at a Great Value
Pros: The ability to watch TV without the receiver being powered on. Initially connecting the speakers, and cables easier than any AV unit I've owned due to the uncluttered, logical layout of the back panel. Audessy version is more advanced at this price point than other brands (Audessy MultEQ® XT) The sound quality specifically signal separation in Movie soundtracks Multi-Channel Stereo plays louder, and in much richer tones
Cons: The extra options for processing the sound was difficult for me to find for Music, and Movies (jazz club, rock arena, for music, and Movies True HD etc) it was not in clearly outlined in the manual, so between me and a helpful Crutchfield Tech, we figured out that you had to hold down the "music" or Movie button on the remote to reveal a drop down menu with additional sound options. Not Cons, but if features are important to you: No WIFI,No Bluetooth,Not 7.2
Like many others, I fell victim to the notorious Onkyo HDMI failure problem. Always liked the Onkyo, but when my HDMI started failing I needed to replace it. I knew Denon had a solid reputation, and the AVR-X2000 was pretty loaded for the price point. I purchased a scratch and dent model with full confidence that if there was a problem, Crutchfield would have my back. There were no problems. Easy hookup - this unit can accept banana plugs on all outputs, even surround or zone 2 sections which is missing on other brands. I love the on-screen display -it's easy to get a feel for volume and adjustments. one minor annoyance: if you hold the volume up or down, it jumps fast. The old Onkyo had plenty of power, but this one has that and more, plus it sounds better. Movies and TV sound fantastic with very clear dialog. The surround and sub channels are very precise. Overall, it does sound awesome and definitely an upgrade from the Onkyo. I use a Harmony remote as should we all, so no real feedback on this remote control. The Denon app is fine - I use it on the patio for airplay/music adjustments and it works well. If I were to really reach and nitpick, there could maybe be one or two more optical or coaxial digital inputs, but that has more to do with me hanging onto old obsolete gear. For the money, at this price point with the features and performance levels, there is no competition. If you're in the market for a receiver, this is the steal to grab while you can.
Pros: Sound quality - very solid. Quality connections and clean back panel layout. Auto-setup works well to get you started and you can tweak and customize from there. Airplay, Pandora, USB, built-in networking - this thing really is loaded.
Cons: You've gotta really reach for "weaknesses". In the big picture, there really are none. Buy it!
Let me begin by saying, as a receiver, this functions well and has some very attractive bells and whistles that for the money are worth it. I purchased it because I read a review that mentioned that the Audessey calibration system offered 8 listening areas, where comparable systems only offered one or 2. Since I wanted to listen to music through my surround- sound system, I liked that this receiver had various options such filtering stereo sound through Dobly as well as the Jazz Club setting. It also offers a 2 zone system, which you can set up and listen to as a 7.1 system or as 2 separate zones. I hooked it up to a Bose speaker system, using a 5.1 theater speaker system and a separate 2 speaker stereo system, which I'm happy with.
Pros: Works equally well as a home theater system and a music system, with the ability to enhance music quality with options such as Dolby, Jazz Club, Rock Arena settings.
Cons: While set up is intuitive and relatively easy, there is a sizable learning curve, so be prepared to take time. The operating manual is more than 200 pages long, and the index is not intuitive, nor does it list topics based on the system attributes. It took me over an hour to find out how to work the music functions because it's not listed in the index. And whatever you do, DON"T AGREE TO UPDATE FIRMWARE, as it will send the receiver offline and keep it occupied for more than half hour.
Prodcues Quality Soiund, Packs a Maor Punch and Set up is a Breeze. Finctionality is perfect m= for my needs.
Pros: Well Built, Versatile, Handsome Appearance.
I purchased the x2000 after a friend had suggested I looked into Denon when shopping for a new receiver. Originally I was looking at the AVR-E400, I then started to do more research and came across the x2000. I then went to a local brick and mortar to compare the 2. After hearing the units in person and comparing the differences I was sold on the x2000. Sounds great.
Pros: multi zone functionality, ability to calibrate my subs.
Cons: only 7.1
Setup was easy. On screen display was intuitive enough to just pick through. The automatic setup with the included microphone was likewise easy and even handled my very simple setup (3.5 system). I only had to call to clarify setup of ARC - so all in all, I would call it an easy setup. As for sound, I came from an old Integra 5.3 which was pretty good for what it was. Sound is different of course so I'm getting used to that. So, I knew what I was buying and thus I don't have what I would consider unreasonable expectations - I know it isn't a $1,000 unit. Drives my EMP Tek E5Ti speakers and ES10i subwoofer with E5Ci center channel with ease. So, not the highest end speakers, but they do a good job with the unit. for the money it does a good job.
Pros: Easy setup, everything seems to work well
Cons: Nothing yet
The receiver is solid and easy to setup. I am happy with the signal processing. I would recommend to others.
Pros: Easy setup. Solid. Nice signal.
Cons: If you have a VCR, there is not a straight-forward way to install it. The tech support at Crutchfield provided some insight, but I have yet to figure it out so it is connected directly to my T.V. for the time being since removing the component from my stereo cabinet to get to the inputs takes time and effort.
I checked the reviews before I purchased this surround sound receiver and found very good and helpful reviews. When I received it I was amazed at easy it was to set up. I've owned a few other receivers over the years and found nearly all of them a bit more challenging. This Denon receiver was not only quite simple to set up but play and operate as well. As for the sound it cranks out I am equally impressed, excellent highs, lows and midtones. Even though we use it for our 5.1 surround sound home entertainment system we use it more for just listening to music. I also purchased it for the ability to hook up our patio speakers, too. Great purchase. Would highly recommend this.
Pros: Easy to set up and operate Excellent sound
It works exceptionally for me.
Pros: Set up was easy
Cons: I have not found anything yet!
very satisfied. set up experience was marred by necessity to "reset" which was not readily apparent from instruction manual. Customer support is excellent.
I am very satisfied with the selection of this receiver to replace my 15+ year old Yamaha. Initial concerns of quality, sound and functionality with such an inexpensive unit were quickly eliminated once the unit was set up. This is a must consider for anyone looking for a new AV receiver at a great price.
Pros: 1. The unit was a breeze to configure and optimize, and the sound is surprising good with my old Infinity Reference series 5.1 speakers. 2. I was pleasantly surprised how well the Denon remote app works on my I-Phone and the supplied remote is very nicely laid out. 3. The internet connectivity works flawless and we love the ability to listen to Internet Radio via the receiver.
Cons: 1. Air Play is Audio only, so I have to keep my apple TV connected to view movies and applications from a Mac Book or IOS device. 2. FM reception was poor to say the least but a powered antenna resolved this problem. 3. The remote will not control other devices leaving us to keep multiple remotes handy. 4. The unit is throws off a considerable amount of heat and should have been equipped with a cooling fan.
I upgraded from a 12 year old Onkyo receiver. The Denon model was an affordable step into modern tech with all the features I wanted. It was a cinch to set up and use. The sound quality is exceptional as well. I am pleased all around.
Pros: Easy of set up and use. Full of features for the price. Sounds great!
Cons: Doesn't play digital audio in zone 2, but at this price no big deal to work around.
This was my first networked receiver, I'll never own a non-networked receiver again.
Pros: Setup was a breeze. The HDMI Pass-Through function is pure genius. iPhone remote app works very well for basic functions. On-screen display a bonus.
Cons: Not many. The remote app could be easier to operate, especially in regards to networked music and videos.
Great receiver for the price. I needed something that would power multiple zones and using the assignable surround speakers and pre-amp zone 2 it has work perfectly. Denon iPad app is great as well.
This is the best receiver I've owned to date and the the price makes it that much better. You can have 5.1 and have 2 speakers in another room and listen to something different at the same time. Or 7.1 surround sound. This comes in hand especially for someone like me who has a REL Subwoofer (it wires up differently than a traditional subwoofer) I'm now able to have true 5.1 instead of 4.1. The pass through design is great for watching tv without having to turn on the surround sound or receiver. It also adjust to what your watching (stereo, Dolby, DolbyD)
Pros: You can watch tv (using tv speakers) without turning on the receiver.
Cons: The manual is on a CDROM, (no paper one) my computer is upstairs so that could be a little challenging when trying to adjust.
I am very happy with this receiver (so far). The sound and video quality are superb. It has enough power and features to keep me happy and busy tinkering around for a while. The Audyssey feature seems to work pretty well. Once I google'd for tips on mic placement, Audyssey setup was a snap. I feel that I have received very good value for my money. I would recommend this product for a neophyte audiophile who is looking for a solidly made product with tons of great features, a handsome exterior, and high quality sound at such an affordable price point. As always, Crutchfield is great. Shipping times were accurate and box arrived in perfect condition. If I found a need for returns or replacement, I know Crutchfield would excel.
Pros: Price. Sound Quality. Looks. Auddyssey. Power Rating
Cons: No wifi. eManual. no USB port on back panel.
Easy to setup - and provides great sound !! Automated setup is a breeze !
I replaced an older Home theater receiver and I could not believe the sound difference. I like the available apps to control the system with my Phone.
Pros: Feature packed for a economical price.
This receiver is too good. Setup is a walk in the park. Speaker and component connections are a snap. Versatile enough for everything you do (Blu-Ray, DVD, CD, Netflix, YouTube, hulu, iTunes, internet radio, etc.). Zone2 function is such a bonus. Backyard BBQs with the kids in the pool this summer have a new element with iTunes and internet radio being provided through the zone 2 function.
Pros: Zone 2, easy setup, plenty of connections
Cons: Not a single one
Fantastic sounds out of this receiver. As long as you can live without wifi
Pros: Easy set up great sound easy controls
Cons: No bluetooth wifi
I've been using this for 3 months in my basement setup with a 5.1 Polk setup. It replaced on old Harmon Kardon that didn't have HDMI which became necessary when I got a bluray (yes the $100 purchase triggered more money being spent on this purchase). Now I run my cable and blu-ray through the receiver. Audyssey works really great. Now I clearly hear my back speakers. The caliberation makes a world of difference. One difference I've noticed is that you have to crank up the volume to like -10.0 db (feels like turning the knob to 7 on a scale of 1 to 10) to get full sound. I understand that volume increases exponentially, which feels right because 8 is like really loud. It doesn't really affect the performance, just have to get used to it. Overall very happy.
Pros: Audyssey caliberation Easy setup Great sound
Cons: Feels weird to dial up the volume at first
Have had this unit in use for only a little while so far so can only give a 'brief' review but... So far so good. Was very easy to setup and it sounds great so... Hopefully it continues to function in this manner.
I bought the receiver to power my patio speakers and in the near future to power a surround sound system for the living room. So I can only comment on a few things, since I'm not using the full potential of the receiver just yet. First off, the price is awesome for this great receiver, that was one of the main reasons why I jumped on this deal so early. The setup was easy and it didn't take long to figure out how to navigate thru the different modes and control the different zones. I really like the Denon Remote App I downloaded to my android for this receiver, I can control pretty much everything I need to listen to music, right on my patio. I am happy so far with this receiver. Looking forward to using its full potential when I get my surround sound speakers.
Pros: Price, Zone 2 capability, network capability, length of warranty
Cons: none so far
Love it. Denon continues to impress
Pros: Ease of configuration, ease of use
Cons: Haven't found one yet
I am very impressed with the sound quality of this receiver! I was worried about the drop in wattage from my Denon 3802 but the clarity of this new unit surpasses the 3802 by leaps and bounds. The video quality is a little buggy but I'm hoping that an HDMI cable upgrade will fix that.
Pros: Amazing sound quality
Cons: Video through HDMI can sometimes be a little off but a little tweaking solves that problem.
Truly a great receiver from Denon. I bought this one to replace my aging AVR-985 and it so easily does that. Set up was a breeze and the Audessy mic helps it sound even better! Airplay (through connected Ethernet) is great and the phone app is simple to use.
Pros: Easy set up, sounds great, network capability
Replaced and old digital unit to this unit, Definition in sound is off the chart. love the internet radio,overall excellent receiver for the price.
Pros: Easy on screen setup
Cons: Remote Control
The first unit I received had a physical defect and Crutchfield immediately shipped a new unit and the exchange was easy and at no shipping cost to me. Setup was easy and the sound is great. Then I began having HDMI errors. The only way to get rid of errors was to perform a master reboot of the unit. I tried to perform Denon software updates but would always wind up with a 'communications failure' error and another master reboot had to done. The reboots were annoying because this meant all user settings were returned to factory defaults. After normal operation was restored, video drop outs would occur randomly and the cause became a mystery. During one drop out I noticed that a Denon update notice had occurred at the same time. I went thru the setup menu and disabled all update notifications and the unit has been operating perfectly for a couple of weeks. Overall, I love the unit and don't anticipate any future problems. I want to thank Crutchfield's tech staff for prompt service (only waited less than two minutes for all calls to be answered). I spoke to several representatives, but my main source was Travis. Travis is very knowledgeable, easy to talk to, and extremely patient. As equipment becomes more complex, having immediate live support is invaluable. No doubt that my future purchases will be with Crutchfield. Also, I found that Denon's first level service was prompt but when problem was elevated to level two support, never heard back from them.
Pros: Great sound
Cons: HDMI problems, but believe issue is solved (see review above).
Great value and sound\Plenty of connection and power
Pros: Great sound and vaue
Cons: Some cable programs need change of audio
This unit is awesome! Was fairly easy to setup from box. I did have to do a firmware update for the GUI to function. The only reason I didn't give this unit 5 stars is due to Airplay glitching every so often. I'm sure this will be fixed with future firmware upgrades. I highly recommend Denon receivers. I've had a Denon receiver for over 12 years and didn't even think twice in purchasing another Denon receiver.
Pros: Outstanding sound quality, amazing volume, easy to use, and plenty of features.
Cons: Airplay can be glitchy at times.
For my needs, this has been a great AVR. With multiple HDMI ports, excellent internet functionality as well as Airplay this AVR has done everything I needed and I got it at a great price. I'm excited to get my second zone setup in the coming months, but have already been extremely impressed with the ease of use and power of this Denon receiver. I'd highly recommend for anyone in the market for a new AVR.
This is my second Denon AVR and my last one was more than three World Cups ago. The setup has improved a lot and it is very easy even though I have upgraded all of my optic audio into HDMI audio. It also "upgraded" my 1080i and 1080p video into a near 4K video (I have a Sony Bravia high-end TV) and so I have a better audio and video experience.
Pros: Good value for the money. It also "upgrade" your video as well.
Cons: When you use the default video/audio pass-through (without using the amp), there is a 2 second delay but this is not a big deal at all.
Performs much better than my old Harmon/Karman and incredible connectivity with mobile devices.
Pros: Excellent sound, crisp and clear highs, soft and powerfull bass handlig. Manual Equalizer. Network with internet radio Easy setup
Cons: Poor DenonAndroid remote control application
This product has everything I expected and more! The air play feature is amazing, and the overall sound quality is excellent! I really am blown away by how clear everything sounds. The Audyssey sound really made a huge difference in my experience as well. I was losing so much tonal quality from my old receiver just because I didn't understand the EQ. It's nice that this does it all for me!
Pros: - Ease of use - Lots of HDMI inputs - Good price/value - Can control 2 zones independently - Audyssey sound
Cons: - Not many optical/coax/component/composite inputs (if that really matters when running HDMI)
The receiver is great. It is great sound, easy to setup, and easy to adjust. I would recommend this unit
Pros: Sound, settings, on screen GUI, app, setup
Cons: No bluetooth and no wifi. But I knew that when I purchased it.
The setup and sound from this receiver is quite good especially for the discontinued price. I replaced my outlaw audio separates with this receiver and it sounds slightly better, However, it heats fast when driving Polk LSIM 703 hard. I enjoyed the speaker setup using the mic to balance the speakers. It beats listening to tones and manually adjusting the speakers. One other problem is the lack of different inputs. There are plenty of HDMI inputs no problem there. But if you don't have the latest equipment and need more then one digital toslink or coaxial connects you are out of luck. For the new price this is a good receiver.
Pros: Great sound, easy setup
Cons: Heats quick when pushed with good speakers, only one toslink and coaxial connects.
Truly a Value price which was listed for around $250 earlier. Has almost all convenient features you need except WiFi and Bluetooth.
Maybe for small apartments or rooms or speakers which does not load the reeiver much, it will deliver good quality. I had AVR-3801 Denon from a decade and it still performs excellenr to my ears for music and movies. It does not have HDMI and Airplay which were my reasons to look for this receiver.
Given huge positive reviews for this model and price on 2013 closeout was a no brainer decision. Once I hooked up, I could not match the sonic performance of AVR-3801 as much as I tried. Every music source or movie source and same speaker set always highlighted the lacking punch in this new model compared to the 3801.
From pure spec point of view 95 watts per channel vs 105 watts per channel of 3801 did not seem to be much and I still believe there is some optimization and cost-cutting that probably is showing the sonic difference to my ears which may not be a problem for folks if not having a great receiver already you are replacing.
I would have kept it if I could convince myself on the convenience it offered for HDMI and Airplay [if it was reliable].
Many nice thought out features like cutting Audio to HDMI output when receiver is on so that you do not have to worry on reducing TV volume when receiver is on a huge deal for ease of use. Standby passthrough and video upscaling did improve even the Satellite hdmi output to near 1080p.
Pros: Great HDMI integration and Standby Passthrough Price is great value Network features like DLNA, Internet Radio, Airplay [When it worked] Dialogue enhancement really works. Simplified Remote Video upscaling
Cons: Sound quality. Have to turn up almost to -20 db the upper range of the volume control and still fails to drive the speakers decently loud enough. Punch in the music is missing compared to older receivers [which was 10+ pounds heavier...could be the transformer used is weaker in newer ones]. Audyssey setup was lousy and I had to revert to defaults. Unreliable Airplay.
This is my first receiver. I only had a CD player for many years. I was searching for months and, coupled with a good price, purchased this about a month ago. So far the Airplay is its best feature for my use. I can be upstairs and control the music downstairs with ease. I also prefer Mediamonkey to play my concert files, which are all in FLAC. This is an easy add-on and works seamlessly. The app itself functions, though it's somewhat rudimentary. Monkeymote that I purchased is a huge benefit, as it'll display the artwork and lyrics, something that Denon's app does not do. The only problem I've had is the USB port in the front. Sometimes it doesn't read the files properly on my external HD and I have to unplug the system for ten seconds, and then it works perfectly again. It's frustrating that it's occurred once or twice already, but, perhaps because I've unplugged it several times (adding new music) it could add to the difficulties somehow. I also am probably one of the people that uses this without much concern for anything but audio. The fact that I need a TV (and not a monitor; the monitor shuts off when running setup) to get this thing up and running was a little bit much for me. Lugging a TV downstairs just for a setup was annoying.
Pros: Ease of set-up; Airplay
Cons: USB is finicky at best.
This thing is a Beast! It has all options that you need and over the top power to push the sound. Great product!
Love the HDMI passthrough feature, allows for receiver to be shut off and satellite video/audio to be passed through to the TV. Sound quality has been great so far.
Pros: Easy setup, great UI
Cons: Volume has has a 90 pt scale and it seems some channels require too high of volume (60+) to be heard. My old receiver didn't have this problem.
good quality built and sound for movies and music
Pros: app y very good an sound strong
Shipping date was fast. After setting up the system, it was worth all the money.
Shipping as expected, one day earlier than stated. Condition of unit on arrival excellent. The sound, clarity, price and functions were beyond my expectations. Thank you!!
Powerful, simple to use, great self balancing function, drives all eight speakers with ease, looks great with existing components.
Pros: Super special buy price
Cons: none at present
I love the easy set up. Sounds awesome. There is enough HDMI ports for all my stuff. The Microphone to set up speakers works well. This is my second Denon head unit. My 1996 unit is still going strong as a shop radio, The Sony, the new Denon replaced, is junk after 3 years, Never really sounded that good and amp channels failed. I also like the interactive feature that comes up on the Monitor Screen. Would recommend to anyone!!!!
Pros: easy set up, sounds good,
Still playing with it but the set up was easy and so far I am very happy.
Good receiver, quality equipment...... Easy set-up..... Great results.......Rocks my Paradigm 11 Monitors, and surround speakers with Ultra Cube... I'm smiling... You could spend a lot more, I don't know if you would get more for the money. In this day of disposable everything, why buy an excellent $1500 receiver to last for five to ten years... When you can buy a great $400 receiver to last the same amount of time and do the same thing. I asked myself how many of these features am I really going to use? Actually it had more features than I am currently using... I'm growing into it... It's a cool unit, dig the USB capability..
Pros: Easy on screen set-up, user friendly remote... Lots of power, clean, clear sound. Overall I'm quite impressed!! Great purchase, Cruchfield is a great company to do business with, before, and after the sale. They have excellent product support after the sale as well...
Great receiver for the price. I love the two zones and having the ability to control the receiver from anywhere in the home with the app. For the last 6 years I thought I had made a poor decision on speakers but it was the old receiver that was poor. Speakers sound great.
Pros: Great quality, rwo zones, controled by app, easy to aet-up, easy to set-up speakers with the microphone.
Cons: The only suggestion I have would be to add a phono connection without having to add a preamp.
This Denon AVR-X2000 receiver replaced a 10 year old Harman/Kardon receiver that had problems from the beginning (power outlets not working, front panel buttons not working). High quality receiver, so very easy to set up with easy to follow on-screen instructions, took all of 20 minutes. Sound quality is amazing, and what I noticed most, right off the bat, was a fuller bass response & clarity, especially during broadcast of TV shows through the receiver (e.g., NBC news). This is paired with a Denon Blu Ray (the 1713), a 40" Sony LED TV, and Polk speakers. Very happy with purchase, and the discount sweetened the deal.
Pros: Everything, great quality, great sound, sleek looks, easy set up. Fast shipping by Crutchfield!
Cons: Nothing at all.
EASY SET UP, POWERED MY OLD YET STILL GOOD POLK RTI 1000 SPEAKERS, WITH AIRPLAY AND SEAMLESSLY INTEGRATED MY IMAC COMPUTER ALONG WITH MY EXISTING MUSUC, CDS, DVDS TO MY HD TV. EASILY BROUGHT ME INTO THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY.
Pros: EAY SETUP AND APPLE AIR PLAY ARE NO BRAINERS.
I had purchased a new 55 inch LED LCD Smart TV, some quality speakers and a subwoofer and was looking for something to drive them. I had been using the 5 CD changer that came with my previous low grade system. I also have cable, a Blu ray player, a flash drive player, a Hulu Plus account, and a Pandora account.
The sound quality is majorly improved. The subwoofer is a 500w self driven model. The signal to it somehow allows it to perform much better. It has much more punch now and is less muddy sounding. This unit comes with a microphone that allowed the unit to compensate for the deficiencies in the room acoustics. I think that actually works well. The volume control on any remote adjusts the volume now which is cool.
It took me awhile to figure out the personality of the unit. For some reason it has an issue with the audio signal coming from Smart TV when the TV is used for anything other cable signal. This problem could not be solved so I listen to Pandora through flash drive player and I also watch Hulu through flash drive player instead of the Smart TV and that solves the problem.
Pros: Powerful Convenient Easy Setup
Denon X2000 rocks! This receiver replace my six year old Onkyo. Great sound from my Klipsch speakers; big upgrades on . Audissey XT calibration is a flawless, the sound is strong with very clears vocals, Denon app is great too..
Pros: Powerfull, Audissey easy set up, Air Play (Denon app)...
Cons: Not subwoofer equalizer, not programmable remote control
I used this receiver for about a day and knew it wasn't right for me. I read great reviews about it and won't detract anything from them. I just wasn't crazy about the build. The chassis, knobs and buttons felt like they belonged on a lower end unit. The X2000 didn't feel like a several hundred dollar receiver. I had tried an Onkyo in a similar price range and the build was a lot better. (The price was actually cheaper.) I know you wont be able to see the unit, especially if it's tucked away in a cabinet, but I just didn't feel like it was something worth keeping, especially for the price.
Pros: Sound was good A lot of features
Crisp sound thru my Klipsch quintet. The 2 zone feature is great for playing music on the patio. Great price for all the features. Been waiting for a sale on this and snatched it up when it did. Crutchfield delivered in 2 days. Can't beat that.
Pros: Price, 2 zone, upcovert to 1080p
Cons: None so far. No blue tooth, but knew it before the purchase
Replaced a 7 year old denon that would not decode dolby digital plus. What surprised me was the sound improvement -- especially in the bass management. Internet connected features are great too. Setup a breeze, and zone two is very flexible. Especially on sale, this thing is a steal.
Pros: Sound, features, price
I purchased this amp to replace a system that sounded fine but had some problems and as time went on the major problem was that I needed more HDMI connections. This one has more that i *think* I will need. I'm really impressed with the easy setup using the included software. I've gone from a surround system with wireless rear speakers to just two front bookshelf speakers and a sub woofer but with that in mind it sound quite good. I plan to use the included mic to tailor the sound to the small room that it's in. So far everything just works and I've installed a firmware update. I like it.
Pros: Easy hookup from the diagrams in the documents in the disk (that I can read on OS-X), easy setup with the included software that also has hookup diagrams. Easy to use as well..
Cons: The firmware up date could have been described a bit better in the documentation but I figured it out pretty quickly.
After researching a few different Denon models (e400, x1000) vs. Yamahas in the same class (RX-V577, RX-V477), I made what I thought was a tough decision to go with the Denon. Looking back, the decision should have been an easy one. Setup was a breeze, and the Audyssey calibration software is top notch. Believe other reviews when they say the price of the receiver is worth it for this feature alone. The Airplay syncs up flawlessly to my iphone through Denon's app. The only downside that I would anticipate for others is that the receiver does not have wifi capabilities. This isn't an issue for me since my router is 2ft away, and I directly connect an Ethernet cable from the receiver to the back of the router. The x2000 provides plenty of power for my Klipsch RF-35's in front, and my RC-35 center channel. Brilliant sound, and an aesthetically pleasing design should also be noted. Like the title says - stop hesitating, and buy now!
Pros: Audyssey speaker calibration, Airplay, User Interface...everything!
Like many people I upgraded from a 10 year old Kenwood VR-7070 and what a difference. While the X2000 is rated for less power than my old receiver, the sound quality is much improved, thanks in no small part to Audessy MultiQ XT calibration.
I used the bi-amp option for my Infinity Alpha 50 fronts which the Denon makes full use of. I don't have a sub-woofer so great bass from my front speakers is important. The other speakers sound fantastic too and film soundtracks are so much more incredibly wide open than they had been before.
The networking is a nice feature. Pandora and internet radio are fun. I'm not an "i" guy so AirPlay doesn't service a purpose for me. Streaming directly from the media server on my computer is nice rather than having to go through another device. The remote app is fun, but would really shine in a 2 zone set up.
The inputs are a bit overkill for me as I only connect my PS3 over HDMI and the optical audio out from my TV for over the air broadcasts. They don't make AVRs that sound this good with only a handful of inputs though.
I am still getting used to the remote as it is about 10 times simpler than my old one. That makes it better for other people in my house to use, but I am not always a fan of needing to go in to the on screen menu to make a change while I am watching something. Also it is not a universal remote.
Receivers are best when everything is set and you can sit back to enjoy. The x2000 will do that every time.
Pros: Amazing sound Bi-Amping Audessy "Silver" Smart Phone App Networking
Cons: Remote too simple sometimes and not universal.
Easy set up. The way it's configured in the back make this Denon very easy to hook up. The HDMI ports are put in a good place and the speaker set up is the best I have seen. However after the speaker set up the power and performance of the sound was lacking. I have several other Denon AVR receivers and they are better sounding by far.
Pros: Easy set up
Cons: Poor sound and performance.
When I opened the box I was already impressed. Quality of product looks great and aesthetically pleasing. I purchased this unit to go with a Sony Blu Ray 4K unit, Apple TV, Wii, cable box, and paired it up with a Monster surge protector. I used my Bose Accoustimass 10 that I had before. I really like the ability to use it with Apple Air Play. If recommend this product to anyone.
Pros: Great unit for the price, aesthetically pleasing, great power
This is an awesome reciever
Pros: Has the airplay, easy to set up, sounds great, easy to program to my logitech 1100, the upscale is great for non-HD
Cons: It does get warm, and I have it in a a/v closet, make sure you have enough ventilation
A big step up from my old Pioneer Elite (11 yrs old) that was starting to frizzle out. Everything now routes through the receiver (Xbox, PS, cable) and that really makes set up / cable management so much nicer. The Audyssey XT is great...and I believe this is the lowest priced receiver with XT. The single best feature for my wife and I is the AirPlay...it is surprising how that one feature really pushed me over the top on loving this receiver.
My current setup is 5.1 with Klipsch Reference speakers all around, and the 95 W is more than enough to drive these speakers in my large room.
For the close out pricing, you can't beat the functionality / feature set.
The unit is miles ahead of the Pioneer I had hooked up if your looking for one that accurately directs the sound to each channel. Not only that the sound it delivers is rich and smooth. This was the only reciever I found with Siriusxm installed. A plus for an avid NHL Radio listener. The only thing I was disapointed with was the fact that I had to hard wire Lan connection instead of wireless. The App that comes with it awesome, I can turn on the unit to anything and adjust from anywhere in the house. I still haven't figured out what some of the inputs mean and I wish I could rename them. Overall the unit is well worth the money I paid.
Pros: Awesome channel accuracy. Network goodies, such as siruisxm. Very smooth realistic sound delivery Easy to use un-cluttered Remote.
Cons: Not wireless.
I was looking to upgrade my Sony STR-DG910 when I came across the Denon x2000. I looked at Yamaha and Onkyo receivers in the same price point and after speaking with a Crutchfield representative, decided this was the best suited my number one priority, great sound. It took about 30 minutes to connect the x2000 to my other equipment and about another 30 minutes to setup the speakers via Audyssey Silver. In short, I was immediately impressed by the sound and quality of the unit. The difference between this any my Sony was remarkeable. I was able to easily connect to my network via a powerline adaptor and enjoy internet radio and sirius xm. I look forward to enjoying the Denon x2000 for years to come.
This unit replaces a Pioneer Elite VSX-50. I simply ran out of HDMI inputs, routing speaker wires for connection seemed easier than the close and small ER ones on the Pioneer. Audyssey system took forever to measure eight different settings/places but worked well once it has the settings. The GUI is good also for everyday use. The sound is more robust and has no "Sharpness" but rather a more rounder warmth than the pioneer which had the same amount of watts going to the same Polk speakers. Yes the Pioneer could be tweaked to infinity and beyond with speaker settings, distance settings, crossovers, bit rates, et Al but I find the Denon does it all quite nicely and with a minimum of fuss and effort. It connects all my equipment flawlessly, the remote is good sized and doesn't have a hundred small buttons, it's well thought out, easy to use and I got big paws. Airplay is flawless with both pad and phone. In short, great power, good sound, easy to set up and use, ,good price point, I find that with the airplay I don't really have need for a Bluetooth module. There was one receiver I was looking at from another manufacturer, their 1040 model had great specs and even more watts but with over 38 pages on forum discussion of an hdmi problem rendering it a paperweight I went with the Denon and have not regretted it.
Pros: Shipped quickly, though I'm quite upset with ups who left a 700 dollar piece of equipment on my porch in the rain and couldn't be bothered to ring the doorbell, (great packaging!) As to the receiver it's solid, the right size, not too deep for a A/V cabinet that axed a couple of other brands. It sounds good which is what I bought it for.
Cons: Ummm still looking , it's only been three weeks but I'm impressed so far.
Compared to the newer Yamaha and Onkyo models, This Denon does sound the best most like real receivers/amplifiers from years ago. There is real boom and presence to the way the unprocessed sound is output with life and vitality in the music that was missing before with my other two Yamaha and Onkyo receivers. My subwoofer came alive and really punched with the amps on the Denon that Yamaha and Onkyo could only 1/2 replicate with still lifeless sound. This Denon had power and even though ratings less than Yamaha on paper were pointless by quality of sound to my ears and reaction of my wife to the loud, powerful force this amp puts out and sings to my speakers and subwoofers. The internet radio processor and menus are faster and have no delay like the others with quick response and no lag. I love the digital equalizer on this model too. I mostly run Dolby and real Stereo modes for music purity, and this Denon wakes up the soundtrack. The dynamic range of the Denon is stellar and acme. There is no equal to their components so far that I can tell.
Pros: Great circuitry and sound quality that sounded like a real amplifier with no processing and dullness. Good menu layout and video processor pretty good. The picture "looks" better on my TV from HDMI passed through to my Plasma from HD Cable.
Cons: If you live in an apartment, I would probably get another brand so you won't lose your lease. The Denon can get loud and very clean sounding. It doesn't mimic the sound of a real amplifier, it is a real amplifier and not something pretty or looks good on paper.
Big improvement from my old Yamaha receiver. Sounds Great
This is an incredibly sweet receiver. For the price, it has great features. The option to use the extra channels for 7.1 sound or as a separate zone is great. I went for the second zone, and can fill my house with sound. I love it. As an apple guy, the airplay is spectacular. I can start my livingroom stereo from bed in the morning, or from my truck when im in the driveway. There is now rarely ever a time when its not turned on. The downloadable apps give you even more detailed control. I rarely ever use the systems actual dedicated remote control! The sound is incredible thanks to the equalization assistant. If i had one bit of advice, it would be to go for a higher model. I would if i were to do it again, if only for the extra wattage. All in all, i love it, and its been GREAT having it.
The Denon replaced a Sony STR-DG720 in my Living Room. My main speaker are very large 3 way JBL L100t's with 12 inch drivers that have HUGE magnets. My center has dual 6.5 inch and my 4 in ceiling surrounds are two way 8 inch, all Polk Audio. Also a Polk 12 inch powered sub. The Sony has more power than the Denon (125wx7 vs. 95wx7), but the Denon AVR has no problems powering any of these drivers.
The Denon also has the latest Dolby and DTS surround decoding. The Sony was lacking because of its age. I'm not sure if it's the AVR or the decoding, but the sound has noticeably improved with the upgrade. Even with FiOs (Optical in), watching everyday shows sound better, even the news.
I watched Star Trek into Darkness again with the new AVR and what an improvement with the surround decoding, even the sub sounds better.
The app interface on an IPad and a Samsung Note 8 that is running Android works well. I also have the app installed on my Android phone. (Had a blast messing with the kids when I was in the bedroom)!
I am only giving it 4 stars because of the amount of digital audio inputs. (1 Tos link and 1 Coax)
Pros: Great sound - Lots of Power - User Friendly apps - Airplay - Internet connectivity.
Cons: Only 1 TOS link Optical input and 1 Coax audio input. Would have like to see 2 or 3 of each. Not exactly a deal breaker.
Very strong performance. This is a beautifully and well engineered piece of equipment. The set-up was a easy (thanks to Audussey setup) for 1st time user like me and the sound I get from it is absolutely beautiful.
I HIGHLY recommend this receiver.
Pros: Great sound - especially surround sound.Quality, easy Setup
Cons: No Bluetooth, Other than that There aren't any! so far :-)
I bought this unit to replace a Denon AVR-1910 that had bit the dust after 8 years. Setup is a breeze with the onscreen setup walks you through every step from connecting speakers to adding your Blu-ray or Xbox. Sound quality is amazing after the audyssey setup. Some people claim it lacks power, I run it in 5.1 with a 10" powered sub and it will shake every window in my condo. It has 4K up scaling so it is ready for the new line of TV's hitting the market. Denon has impressed this user with the ease of operation and quality of this receiver in their new lineup. Two thumbs up, you won't be disappointed with it.
Pros: Airplay , Internet radio, Ethernet connection, IPhone and Ipad remote apps, easy to setup and use.
Cons: No WiFi otherwise it rocks!!!
It's a great receiver and does all that I needed for home theater and stereo needs
Pros: Works great
Cons: There aren't any!
This is a beautifully engineered piece of equipment. The set-up was a snap, the number of built in sources a pleasant surprise, the connectivity is a dream come true and the sound I get from it is absolutely beautiful.
And, a side note, it was less expensive from Crutchfield than other online retailers.
I HIGHLY recommend this receiver.
Does everything I need to have it do, easy to set up, easy to operate, and at a fair price!
Pros: What I said above
Cons: The graphics for Spotify and Pandora could be better.
Excellent product, good calibration , dynamic volume control
Cons: Remote is not universal , cannot control other devices.
Very strong performance, very good feature assortment. Sounds great. Ease of use impressive considering range of features. Lack of wifi and Bluetooth not important. This receiver should be connected by wired Ethernet for best streaming. The simple remote is great, but it should be lit - the only annoyance.
Pros: Sound, operational simplicity
Cons: Remote should be lit.
A very nice Amplifier, especially for the money. The surround sound is wonderful. It's a pain to use the Zone 2 speakers and the instructions are very poor. Too many buttons to push to get the sound to come out. I have to go into the back room to verify that the speakers are actually working. I'm not real happy about a few other things such as no WiFi and having only one USB port - - and that's on front of the amplifier. If you use a YWA-10 wireless network adapter you'll have to connect to the USB on the front and this looks cheap. This adapter does however work well. I wish Denon had spent a few more dollars on fixing the above and the results would thus be wonderful.
Pros: Great sound - especially surround sound Can hear the words during an action movie without constantly adjusting the volume Price
Cons: No Wi-fi Only one USB which is on the front of the amplifier Poor instructions, 220 pages which you have to work with on your computer.
This receiver replaced our wonderful 12 year old Sony ES series, and it was necessary because of the need for HDMI input switching. But we did not anticipate how great the remote control via Iphone app was. This Denon beat the comparable new Sony because it had the ability for powered Zone 2 speakers using the Surround Back speaker outputs.
Pros: Good apps for Iphone and Ipad. Zone 2 speakers.
Cons: Lack of phono preamp (which has become normal for receivers in this price range), no front analog Aux inputs.
When it comes to sending out seriously amazing sound, the Denon works amazingly well. I paired it with Klipsch speakers and now enjoy new levels of clarity in my movie watching experience. Unfortunately, many of the features require a hard line Ethernet connection to use (the Denon app, Airplay, etc.)
Pros: Sound, up convert capabilities
Cons: Need a hard line.
I love this Denon receiver! I also have last year's model, the AVR-1713, for my finished basement setup. My upstairs Sony receiver died and I needed something that could drive a second set of speakers for my patio. This was the newer Denon model of what I had downstairs, and I liked my other Denon so I bought this one. I really like the app because I can turn on Pandora or stream music from my network without having to turn on the TV. I can even do it while I'm outside on the patio (as long as I have my phone with me). I hooked this up to my older Sony speakers for the time being, and it still sounds great. The surround from my DVR and Blu-ray sound better, possibly due to the Audussey setup (which was simple). I would highly recommend this Denon receiver.
Pros: Easy setup with Audussey mic. Great mobile app Can configure 7.1 speakers for 5.1 plus B speakers
Cons: Pricey for a low-mid range setup Doesn't appear to have the Party Mode that my other Denon does (lower model, just from last year)
The Denon AVRX2000, like other receivers from Denon, is well built and nice looking. The on screen guide makes it easy to set up and operate. With 95 watts RMS per channel, dual room capability, plus a large list of other features, it has everything I was looking for. The price made this receiver an excellent choice. Thank You Crutchfield for great pricing, availability, fast free 3 day shipping!
Pros: A long list of features, and easy to operate.
I usually purchase the top of the line AV receivers form Denon. My last was the 3808i. This time I decided to got mid range. While not all the bell and whistles that the 3808i had, this receiver puts out with more than enough power and options for control of speakers, video and inputs. Using Auddissey sound balance is easy. This more then fit the bill and with the usual Denon quality of sound it is perfect.
Pros: Simple operation, mid range cost with high end results. Great sound quality matched up to Bose speakers. Easy control of the inputs for all my devices. Easy setup.
Cons: Miss a universal remote. Coupled it with Logitech's Harmony (great remote by the way!) Display not as complete as I would like, but I did drop down from a 3808i.
Good unit for the money. Much improved remote over prior models. Restorer function for compressed audio embellishes too much and needs to be disabled. Zone 2 pre-amp outputs do not output analog version of digital (HDMI) source input unless you jump through an extra hoop and use OPTION-->All Channel Output. It would have been better if the zone 2 pre-out when set to source automatically did this. The only digital sources that will be routed to zone 2 without the extra hoop to jump though is Network and iPod. Network (Pandora, Internet Radio) functions work well. iPod connection via USB frequently has problems syncing up. I find I have to physically remove and reset the iPod for it to work properly; no connection errors are frequent. Software for iPod integration really needs some work as garbled/distorted audio happen on occasion (change track or move around and it goes away). iPod/iPad remote works well. Volume control on app should be improved. All in all, very nice unit that gets high points for value.
Pros: Performance, Inputs, Value
Cons: Software glitches in iPod integration, Zone 2 pre-out source control
I've been a proud owner of Denon products for decades and I never hestitated to buy again when I needed a new AVR. The timing was perfect with the release of the new Denon X-series AVRs and I'm extremely please with my selection of the X-2000 (right size/power, featurs/specs, and price). The Audyssey MultEQ XT speaker setup was a breeze and very userfriendly, the HDMI and ARC functions are superb, and the sound is great. Although there's no built in Wifi capability, the Ethernet connection (assuming you have one available) is a snap. I think there's a Wifi adaptor/plug alternative available as well.
I have the X-2000 setup with the new 60" Samsung F8000 LED, Motorola DVR (via Cox Cable), Oppo BDP-103 Blu-ray player, and the Infinity TSS-750 speaker system (5.1 setup). Overall, everything's working well and sounds great but I'm still learning all component features and capabilities to achieve a fully integrated setup. My only beef with the HDMI ARC setup between the Samung F8000 and X-2000 is with the Samung Smarthub NETFLIX app - you can't hear the sound through the 5.1 speakers (only TV sound). I've been told that connecting an optical cable from the TV (Audio Out) into the X-2000 may solve that problem. Instead, I'm successfully playing NETFLIX (full 5.1 sound) via the Oppo Blu-Ray's application.
Although I haven't yet tested all of the X-2000's features, I am very please with this purchase.
Pros: Quality, Setup, and Price.
Cons: None at this time.
|Number Of Channels||7|
|Stereo RMS Power (watts)||95|
|THD in Stereo||0.08 %|
|Frequency Bandwidth (stereo)||20-20k Hz|
|FM Sensitivity||12.8 dBf|
|HD Radio Tuner||No|
|On-Screen Display||Thru HDMI|
|Auto Speaker Calibration||Audyssey MultEQ|
|HDMI Standby Pass-through||Yes|
|Composite Video Conversion||From Composite to HDMI|
|Component Video Conversion||From Component Video to HDMI|
|HDMI to HDMI Upconversion||Yes|
|Apple AirPlay||Built in|
|App Remote Control||Yes|
|USB port for iPod/iPhone||Yes|
|Multibrand Remote Control||No|
|Parts Warranty||3 Years|
|Labor Warranty||3 Years|
|Powered Multi-room Audio Output||Yes|
|Preamp Multi-room Audio Output||Yes|
|Multi-room HDMI Output||No|
|Dolby Digital||DD, EX, TrueHD, DD+|
|DTS||DTS, ES, HD, HDMA, Neo6, 96/24|
|Inputs & Outputs|
|Component Video Inputs||1|
|Component Video Monitor Outputs||None|
|Optical Digital Inputs||1|
|Coaxial Digital Inputs||1|
|Optical Digital Outputs||None|
|Coaxial Digital Outputs||None|
|HDMI Monitor Outputs||1|
|Multi-Channel Analog Input||No|
|Multi-channel Preamp Output||No|
|Main Speaker Output Pairs||1|
|Main Speaker Terminals||Posts|
|USB Connections||1 Front|
|Removable Power Cord||IEC 3-prong|
Equal Power Amp Design w Discrete Circuitry: The Denon AVR-X2000 is equipped with a 7 channel power amplifier rated at 95-watts (into 8-ohms, at 20-20kHz, with 0.08% THD, driving 2 channels) that reproduces high-fidelity sound in surround mode with equal quality and power for all channels, true to the original sound. The power amplifier circuit adopts a discrete-circuit configuration that achieves high-quality surround sound reproduction. To faithfully reproduce the original surround sound, each of the Denon AVR-X2000's seven channels are equipped with its own high-current power amp of equal power. Since these power amps also use discrete circuits configured with parts strictly selected for their contribution to high sound quality, rather than with low-cost integrated circuits (ICs), the surround sound playback is of impeccably high quality.
Amplifier Assignment: The AVR-X2000's seven discrete amplifier channels can be configured to accommodate your type of home theater setup.
24-bit/192-kHz DACs: This receiver is equipped with 24-bit/192-kHz DACs for all channels to decode and playback high-resolution recordings with less jitter and clearer sound.
32-Bit Processing DSP: The Denon AVR-X2000 is equipped with an Analog Devices 32-bit DSP for powerful and highly accurate surround sound reproduction.
Multi-Channel Decoding Formats: The Denon AVR-X2000 AV receiver supports the following multi-channel (Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Pro Logic) decoding formats.
Note: Dolby Digital and DTS listening modes can only be selected if your audio source is connected to the AV receiver via a digital audio connection (HDMI, optical, or coaxial). To enjoy true 7.1ch Dolby Digital TrueHD and DTS-HD surround sound, the receiver must be connected to your Blu-ray player via HDMI.
Denon Original Listening Modes: Denon's Original Listening Modes, combined with Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Pro Logic processing, produce more realistic, powerful sound effects for your movie and music sound tracks based on the type of content and your home theater setup. You can choose from the following:
Note: This unit automatically generates a list of all the playable sound modes based on the input audio format and the current speaker setup configuration and displays the list on the screen. Therefore, you can select a correct surround playback mode even if you are not familiar with sound mode selection.
Direct Listening Modes: The Denon AVR-X2000 offers two Direct Listening Modes which bypass the receiver's tone & DSP processing for higher sound quality performance. Direct Mode provides playback of 2ch or Multichannel audio in its original form, without any surround or tone processing. Pure Direct Mode goes a step further by turning off the receiver's display and analog video circuitry to minimize the possibility of any noised being added to the audio signal.
Audyssey Technology: The AVR-X2000 features a full package of Audyssey audio technologies for optimal sound quality. Audyssey Dynamic Volume offers real-time volume adjustment, while Audyssey DynamicEQ improves your system's surround effects during low volume levels. Audyssey MultEQ automatically sets speakers to suit your room's listening environment and the speakers' characteristics.
Surround Parameters: You can adjust the following surround mode parameters:
Audio Enhancements: The Denon AVR-X2000 receiver provides various audio enhancements to deliver a high-quality listening experience every time.
Volume Settings: The AVR-X2000 offers the following volume settings.
Level Adjustments: The AVR-X2000 provides the following level adjustments.
Audio Inputs/Outputs: The Denon AV receiver offers a variety of analog and digital audio inputs/outputs.
HDMI (v1.4): With seven HDMI v1.4 inputs (6 rear/1 front), the AVR-X2000 allows you to route multiple high-definition devices, such as your Blu-ray player and cable/satellite receiver, to your TV. It also allows you to connect all of your devices to your TV with a single HDMI cable (via its HDMI monitor output), reducing cable clutter. The HDMI inputs are assignable to different input sources. The receiver's HDMI v.1.4 jacks are compatible with 1080p/24Hz & 4K video, 3D video signals, Deep Color & x.v.Color technology; as well as LipSync, ARC, and HDMI control.
4K Pass-Through + Video Upconversion: The Denon AV receiver's Analog Device 12-bit video processor (ADV8003) supports pass-through of 1080p/24Hz and 4K Ultra HD video. This sophisticated video processor also provides upconversion from standard definition (480i/480p) and high definition (720p/1080i1080p) sources to 4K Ultra HD (3840x2160 pixels), which lets you connect all your analog (composite/component) or digital (HDMI) video sources to the AVR-X2000 and then connect to your HDTV with just a single HDMI cable.
HDMI Standby Pass-Through: When enabling the HDMI Standby Pass-Through function, regardless of whether the AV receiver is "On" or in "Standby" both audio/video streams from an HDMI input will be output to your television, via the receiver's HDMI monitor output. You can select between three HDMI through function modes.
Analog Video Inputs: The receiver features two composite video inputs and one component video input. These analog video inputs are output to your television via the receiver's HDMI monitor output. The receiver does not offer composite video or component video outputs.
Picture Mode: The receiver provides Picture Mode to adjust the picture quality for your viewing content and environment. You can select from Standard, Movie, Vivid, Streaming, Custom, or Off. The Custom mode lets you manually adjust Contrast, Brightness, Saturation, Hue, Noise Reduction, and Enhancer (sharpness).
Video Select Function: While listening to Network/Tuner/USB content, you can switch the receiver's video input so you can display video while listening to an audio source.
Network Connection: The Denon AVR-X2000 is equipped with an Ethernet (RJ-45) port that lets you connect the receiver to your home network (LAN) and your broadband internet provider. When connected to your home network, the AVR-X2000 lets you listen to Internet radio and a host of other online music sources from your broadband internet provider, as well as play audio files & display still images from your computer via its network connection (DLNA 1.5 certified). The AVR-X2000 also supports AirPlay that lets you stream your music library from an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or iTunes.
Note: This unit's RJ-45 Ethernet port supports 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX and requires an Ethernet (LAN) category 5 or higher cable, Router, Modem, and Internet connection.
DLNA 1.5 Certified: The AVR-X2000 is DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) 1.5 and Windows 7/8 compliant for audio and photo networking. This means it's easier for you to access and enjoy digital music and still-images (JPEG) stored on your Windows PC. You can use your PC to play high-bit rate music content through the A/V receiver and view still-images on your connected TV, or use the AVR-X2000's remote control to browse music & photo files on your hard drive. The receiver also supports ID3-Tag (ver.2) and META tag information; so song title, artist name, and album name can be displayed the unit's front-panel display or on-screen menu. In addition the unit will display Album Art on a connected television. The Denon AVR-X2000 supports the following audio formats, sampling frequencies, and bit rates via its wired network connection.
|Compatible Audio Formats||Sampling Frequencies||Bit rate||Extension|
|WMA (Windows Media Audio)||32/44.1/48 kHz||48-192 kbps||.wma|
|MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)||32/44.1/48 kHz||32-320 kbps||.mp3|
|MPEG-4 AAC||32/44.1/48 kHz||16-320 kbps||.aac/.m4a/.mp4|
|FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)||32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz||16/20/24-bit||.flac|
Note: Your computer must meet the following system requirements - Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service or Windows Media DRM10. Album Art is only displayed when using Windows Media Player (ver.11/12).
Online Services: The Denon AVR-X2000 lets you access Internet Radio, as well as other online music and photo services from your broadband Internet connection. Currently the AVR-X2000 supports Internet Radio from vTuner, Pandora, Spotify, and SiriusXM; as well as the Flickr online photo sharing site (as of 3/19/2013). The Denon receiver offers on-screen menu display and control over these web services.
|vTuner||The online vTuner service which offers easy browsing of internet radio stations and podcasts. vTuner enables access to web-based radio stations and podcasts via an extremely reliable online database with a wide variety of content. Internet Radio stations in MP3 (32-320kbps) and WMA (48-192kbps) format are supported. You can browse content by Genre, Location, Language, and Favorites. You can store up to 56 Internet Radio stations as presets. The unit will automatically save up to 20 of the most recently played stations.|
|Once the network audio player is registered with your Pandora account, you can listen to the automated music recommendation and Internet Radio service. You can create up to 100 personalized radio stations. You can sort tracks within these radio stations. You can skip up to 6 tracks that are being played back within 1 hour. You can also thumbs-up/thumbs-down and bookmark tracks. In Pandora, you can search for the track name or artist name using "keyword" searches. When the search is complete, tracks that have a similar rhythm or sound are streamed.|
|Spotify||Spotify is a digital music service that gives you on-demand access to one of the largest music libraries in the world (over 15 million tracks and counting). Spotify makes it easier than ever to discover, manage, and share music with your friends. You can browse music by artist, album, track, or most popular; and create your own music library with customized playlists. A Spotify Premium subscription is required.|
|SiriusXM||SiriusXM Internet Radio lets you listen to over 120 channels of commercial-free music, talk radio, news, sports, entertainment, and more.|
|Flickr||Flickr is an online photograph sharing service that started in 2004. You can use this unit to view photographs on a connected TV that have been made public by Flickr users. You will need to setup an Flickr account to download, upload, and view photographs.|
Favorites: You can add up to 100 items as "Favorites" from vTuner, Pandora, SiriusXM, Flickr, and your media server for easier, quicker access.
AM/FM Tuner: The Denon AV receiver features a built-in AM/FM tuner with 56 station auto-preset memory tuning. You can also set your presets manually. You can create an 8-character name for each preset station. You can even directly enter a station number using the receiver's on-screen menu and remote control.
Web Control: You can control this A/V receiver from a web control screen on your Windows PC's web browser. The AVR-X2000 and your PC must be connected to the same home network.
Software Updates: Using the receiver's network/internet connection, you can check for and update the latest firmware from the online Denon server. Visit Denon's Support Site for more details. The tested Denon AVR-X2000 contained firmware version 9300-9884-6101 (as of 5/3/2013).
AirPlay Compatible: AirPlay lets you stream your favorite songs directly from your iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad, or from your iTunes library on your PC or Mac to the Denon AVR-X2000, over your home network connection. By downloading Apple's free "Remote" application onto your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad you don't even need to be in the same room as the components or your computer to play, pause, skip, and stop the songs in your iTunes music library. You will even see the iTunes music information, including your track titles and artist info via the Denon receiver's on-screen menu (via HDMI).
Note: To use the AirPlay feature you need a Mac or Windows-based PC running iTunes (10.1 or later) connected to your wireless home network. Your iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad must have iOS 4.3 or later installed and connected to the same wireless home network.
iPod/iPhone Direct: The Denon AV receiver is fitted with a front-panel USB (type-A) port and HDMI port for playback of audio and video files from select iPod, iPhone, or iPad devices.
Note: Your Apple iPod/iPhone's battery will be charged while connected to the receiver (max. 1A). This unit will not charge the iPad.
Apple Device Compatibility Chart: The Denon AVR-X2000 is "made for iPod/iPhone" and supports the following iPod/iPhone model functions (as of 9/24/2013).
|Apple Device||Generation||Tested Version||Connector Type||Media Type||Control Type||Display Type||Charge|
|USB||AirPlay||Audio||Video||Remote||iPod/iPhone||Album Art||Artist/Song Text||Track Info|
Note: Apple iPod/iPhone software updates may change functionality results. If you download a newer software version, you may need to reset the unit and your iPod/iPhone to regain functionality. If this doesn't work, you may need to wait until a newer software update is available.
USB Port: A USB memory device can be connected to the USB (type-A) port located on the front-panel, allowing you to play various music files and JPEG still-image files through the receiver. The USB memory device must be mass storage class (msc) or media transfer protocol (mtp) compliant, and be formatted in FAT16 or FAT32. The unit can recognize up to 500 folders/5,000 files. In addition to music and still-image playback, the A/V receiver supports basic playback control, song/artist information display, and charging (5V/1A) of your connected USB mass storage class device. The Denon AVR-X2000 supports the following audio formats, sampling frequencies, and bit rates via its USB (type-A) connection.
|Compatible Audio Formats||Sampling Frequencies||Bit rate||Extension|
|WMA (Windows Media Audio)||32/44.1/48 kHz||48-192 kbps||.wma|
|MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)||32/44.1/48 kHz||32-320 kbps||.mp3|
|MPEG-4 AAC||32/44.1/48 kHz||16-320 kbps||.aac/.m4a/.mp4|
|FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)||32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz||16/20/24-bit||.flac|
Note: USB memory device will not work via a Hub.
On-Screen GUI w/ Setup Assistant (via HDMI): The AV receiver's on-screen display (GUI) provides information about your system's settings (with video overlay). The on-screen graphical display combines large, clear text and icons, so you can easily make all necessary adjustments and settings during setup, to quickly and easily optimize the AVR-X2000 for your particular speaker setup and source equipment. The exclusive Denon Setup Assistant easily walks you through the whole process. When you control the sound volume, the volume level is displayed on-screen, and when you switch the input source, the name of the input source is also displayed on-screen. The on-screen menu can only be output to your TV via HDMI.
Multi-Source/Multi-Zone: The Denon AVR-X2000 offers Zone 2 and All Zone Stereo functionality for playback of audio in two separate rooms of your home.
Front-Panel Display Dimmer: The receiver features 4 display settings for the front-panel LCD window; Bright, Dim, Dark, and Off.
Quick Select: The receiver's front-panel has four Quick Select buttons. Each button can be programmed with a specific input source, surround mode, and volume setting for easy recall.
Source Rename/Hide: You can change the display name (up to 8 characters) of a selected input source. If an input isn't being used, you can hide it from the display so you don't have to scroll past it when you change sources.
Text Search: You can search Internet Radio, USB, and DLNA content using keyword searches from the AV receiver's on-screen menu and remote control.
Slide Shows/Picture View: You can play back still image (JPEG) files stored on a USB memory device or media server and pictures on Flickr website as a slide show. The display time can also be set. You can also play back music and a favorite picture at the same time via USB, Internet Radio, or Media Server.
Personal Memory Plus: For each input, the receiver automatically memorizes the settings for input mode, surround mode, HDMI output mode, audio delay, etc. When the input source is switched, the settings last used for that source are automatically recalled. The surround parameters, tone control settings, and playback levels for the different output channels are memorized for each surround mode.
Protection Circuit: This is a function to prevent damage to components within the power supply when an abnormality such as an overload, excess voltage, or over-heating occurs. In this unit, the power indicator blinks and the unit enters standby mode when an abnormality occurs.
Timers: The receiver features a programmable Sleep Timer and Auto Standby function.
Wireless Remote Control: The AVR-X2000 comes with an IR wireless remote control that can operate this receiver only. The remote control features Glow keys so it can easily be used in the dark.
HDMI Control: The Denon AVR-X2000 can control select external audio/video components connected via HDMI which support HDMI control. When you make an HDMI connection with a TV or player compatible with the AVR-X2000's HDMI control function, you can perform the operations from the AVR-X2000's remote control; Power off, Switching of audio output devices, Switching of audio input devices, Volume adjustment, and Playback functions.
Denon Remote App: The Denon Remote App lets you control the Denon Network A/V receiver using your Apple iOS or Android device. Simply download the free Denon Remote App from the iTunes App Store for the iPod touch/iPhone/iPad (iOS 4.3+), or download the free Denon Remote App from Google Play for your compatible Android device (1.5+). The AV receiver will need to be connected to the same network as your Apple iOS or Android device. This free Remote App lets you control the Denon A/V receiver's basic functions (power, volume, input, surround modes) from your Apple iOS or Android device. You can even navigate the A/V receiver's network and Internet content from your compatible Apple iOS or Android device. For added convenience, there are eight customizable home screen short cut buttons that allow you to tailor the look and function of the Denon Remote App to suit your needs.
Custom Integration: The AVR-X2000 is part of Denon's IN-Command series line-up of receiver, which is Denon's certification to custom installers that the receiver has advanced connectivity and control features often required for custom home integration and theater applications using premium control systems. These features include a RS232C jack for use with whole house control systems and remote in/out IR command control.
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I do not own any Apple products so I cannot say if it does. [ Richard Aug 19, 2014 ]
I would imagine, the iPhone and iPad have a Denon app [ MATT J Aug 19, 2014 ]
Yes, as long as you download the Denon App. This receiver is awesome, with the right speakers it will make tou think you are watching movies in a theater. [ CHI WING Aug 19, 2014 ]
The App states iPad and Iphone and doesn't mention Itouch. I have both the phone and pad and it works seamlessly with those. I don't believe the Touch has the required hardware to work with the receiver. Maybe contact Denon support, they respond to questions very quickly. [ KEVIN ANDREW Aug 19, 2014 ]
I would think so. I have an iPhone and the Denon remote app works great. It works using the wireless network, so as long as you have the receiver connected to your wireless network, it should work fine. [ MICHAEL Aug 19, 2014 ]
iTunes has a denon app that works with iPhone 5. Check iTunes for iPod comparability. [ CRAIG Aug 19, 2014 ]
I have not tried at all. We have an all in one that takes care of everything from anywhere on the property. I will tell you I LOVE the airplay feature. Good luck [ BRIAN Aug 19, 2014 ]
Yes, you can. As long as you have and iPod Touch that can run the Denon Remote app, is connected to your wifi network, and the X2000 is also connected to the same network. There are also some 3rd party apps that will control it such as DeRemote. [ ADAM L Aug 19, 2014 ]
I believe so. If you go to the Crutchfield listing and look at the picture of the back you will see a section labeled "Pre-Out" for both sub-woofer and Zone 2. I believe you can slave Zone to to the master source and use as the feed for your other amp. Call the tech line at Crutchfield - they are awesome. I am very pleased with my purchase. [ WARREN Aug 05, 2014 ]
I have no idea. I turn it on - it goes on. I turn it off - it goes off. Das it. [ VIC Aug 04, 2014 ]
For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation. [ Greg Aug 04, 2014 ] Staff
Hook up [ Emerson Aug 04, 2014 ]
I don't know what you mean by "Book Up". Are you referring to an additional amplifier? Bill [ BILL Aug 02, 2014 ]
How old is the Blu-Ray player? It may be a surround sound setting, mis- wire of the speakers, or both. Do the blank spots effect all the audio or only what comes from the center channel. i.e. dialog. If all the settings and most importantly the correct wiring including polarity are correct, then I would move on to some other troubleshooting. Make sure to not the layout of the back panel and match positive to positive and negative to negative to the proper channel. Also make sure the polarity is correct on the back of the speaker. First I would take note when the blank spots come. If it is in the same time stamp, then I would guess it's the disk. If it's random, then I would move the HDMI cable to another input and see if it still happens. If it does, I would rule out the receiver and swap the HDMI cable. Make sure you have the proper HDMI cable. The HDMI standard you should be using is 1.4, 1.4a, or 1.4b. The newest is HDMI 2.0 which I If this fixes it, then it's just the cable. If it is still there after the HDMI cable, I would try another player to see if this may be the problem. [ ALEX Aug 05, 2014 ]
Maybe if the DVD is a rental is could be a dirty disc. I haven't had any problems. Hope you get it figured out. Good luck. Scott [ Scott Aug 02, 2014 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Greg Aug 02, 2014 ] Staff
Sorry but I'm not able to answer your question. [ JOHN Jul 26, 2014 ]
Sorry I returned this unit. [ AARON Jul 19, 2014 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: I'm afraid we don't have a wi fi adaptor for that model. I would suggest checking with Denon to see if they have a preferred one that would work. You can reach them at 800-497-8921. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy Jul 09, 2014 ] Staff
One thing to consider: A 20% increase in power output DOES NOT relate to a 20% increase in volume, almost tenth of increase as it's not exponential. Can look up the article if need be; but memory has a 50% increase in amp power related to 10% increase in volume into the same efficiency speakers (which really DOES affect the power you need to drive the speakers) (honest rms into 8ohm , two channels
[ David Sep 05, 2014 ]
Hi Ryan W total wattage is 95 watts (8 ?/ohms, 20 Hz - 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.) 5.1 or 7.1 and 125 watts (6 ?/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) 5.1 or 7.1 Specifications is on the download pdf manual at Crutchfield site search on appendix. hope this helps. [ LUIS Jul 03, 2014 ]
Per "AVForums", it has seven discrete channels each rated at 95 watts @ 8ohms. I have it set up in a 7.1 channel configuration and output with movies and music is very impressive even compared to the Denon 120 watts per channel receiver it replaces. [ MICHAEL J Jul 02, 2014 ]
Well for future reference this info can be found on the manufactures website. But these are the spec they have on this AV receiver, hope it helps. Power Output Per Channel(20Hz-20kHz, 0.08%THD@8ohm) 95 Watts Power Output Per Channel(1kHz, 0.7%THD@6ohm) 125 Watts Maximum Power Output Per Channel 185 Watts [ JEREMIAH Jul 02, 2014 ]
I believe the rating @ 95 watts per channel if for 8 ohm. Also all speaker outputs are 95 watt, if you use the 5.1 or 7.1, you just get to assign the two extra speakers for another job to support the main speaker outputs if you use 5.1. [ CHRISTOPHER D Jul 02, 2014 ]
Ryan, that's way too technical for me. I can tell you that in 5.1 mode while watching a movie, the receiver is fantastic. It shakes the rear speakers off the wall! Low tech answer to a high tech question.....hope it helps. [ RORY Jul 02, 2014 ]
Can do either as 1 system or by individual speaker. Best to use sound level machine to verify sound level intensity. John r steker [ JOHN May 10, 2014 ]
Sorry I don't know [ IAN C May 07, 2014 ]
No. The speakers are not configurable in that way on this AVT [ THOMAS M May 07, 2014 ]
Yes, every speaker input such as the front speaker, center channel, rear speaker, etc. can be adjusted. But I would not recommend this unit to anyone. It over heats when playng my music at mid levels and shuts off. I wish Crutchfield would let me exchange it out to a Marantz. This is the worst Denon receiver that I have ever owned!!! [ DUANE May 07, 2014 ]
Yes but why? Set up: Choose manual, go to audio / choose graphic eq. If you've set up using Audyssey, this is not an available option. Audyssey makes set up really easy and it does a good job, I've tried it both ways and always seem to be missing sounds from movie soundtracks using graphic EQ and manual. Good luck, I like it and it has plenty of power and features for the price point, with decent speakers it's a great deal. [ KEVIN ANDREW May 07, 2014 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: The Denon AVX2000 is able to receive banana plugs into the speaker outputs If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy May 03, 2014 ] Staff
What testing did you do to determine it is not sonically balanced? [ David Sep 05, 2014 ]
The RCA inputs on the AV Receiver WILL NOT work for a turntable.. as the signal being output is entirely different than normal RCA plugs. You need a preamp or other unit to process the turntable's signal into something the AV can use (normally needs to be 'amped up' in order to have a signal which in turn can be amplified to go out to your speakers. I have the frequency out Hz range for turntable somewhere,,, accept for now you cannot plug any RCA out line from a turntable unless you have an amplifier or receiver designed to input a turntable (I use a B&O analog system having cd/cassette/turntable/am-fm to input the turntable, and use RCA out from the B&O to go to AV Receiver if I want to play records through AV 7.1 digital sound system. Also must have an AV receiver which converts the analog signal into digital. or it won't sound right on your speakers (if at all).. davzway [ David Sep 05, 2014 ]
I don't think so but check the manual. Bill [ BILL Aug 02, 2014 ]
All inputs are either HDMI,phono at line level or optical, there are special phono amps you can purchase for an RIAA curve phono amp to feed into a line level input. To be absolutely straight I would not recommend this unit for anything but amplification in a burger joint or mall because it's not sonically balanced in it's output. [ James Jun 11, 2014 ]
I would assume that any of the free left/right conventional channels could be used for a turntable. You could configure them to change the name of the channel. Try it. I do not think that it will break anything. [ MICHAEL F Mar 25, 2014 ]
Not directly. There are no low-level inputs. You would need a preamp signal to drive this unit. [ Stephen Mar 24, 2014 ]