denon avr-x3700h

  1. dmacnlx

    Searching for a plan

    Hi, I’m hoping folks might have suggestions to replace my old base level Onkyo AVR receiver. Primary goal is music quality. Cant call myself an audiophile - but I do want pretty great sound, and never got it from the Onkyo HT-R380. The 5.1 that came with that setup was brutal. I ditched all of...
  2. luft262

    Denon X3700H vs x4700H

    The Denon X3700H is about $1,500 and the Denon X4700H is about $2000. These AVRs represent the best of the budget I am willing to spend on my next AVR. As far as I can see the only differences are that the X4700H has DDSC, Clock Jitter Reducer, Alpha Processing, and 20 extra watts per channel...
  3. J

    Looking for home theater advice for my very specific room

    Hello, I'm a newbie and looking to build a dolby atmos home theater in my living room for the the first time. I have attached pictures of my room (the pc will move under the desk). I have already purchased a denon x3700h avr. I've been looking at some products and im worried about placement and...
  4. M

    2.2 stereo configuration with Denon 3700

    Ever since I lost my favorite headphones in 2019 no longer produced my music which I always listened with iems on my phone with apples dongle and for 10 years no problems. The iems were discontinued. After going through 29 headphones all terrible I gave in and got the Sony whxm4. On Reddit...
  5. Artsfols

    Troubleshooting the Denon X3700H AVR and center channel ...

    Recently I upgraded my music and television system from analogue stereo to a 3.1 system based around the Denon X3700H audio visual receiver. I documented the various perils I encountered along the way on the presumption that this might be helpful to fellow travellers. I'll amend this orginal...
  6. S

    Denon X3700H and Musical Fidelity M5si HT Bypass/pre out problem

    Hi, I recently got a Musical Fidelity M5si integrated to drive the fronts in my 5.1 setup. It features an HT bypass function that turns one of the Aux ports into a home theater bypass at the flip of a switch on the back of the amp. However, running the system in this fashion produced very poor...
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