- Number of power amps: 7
- Power output
- 75W per channel (8 ohms, 20Hz - 20kHz, THD 0.08%, 2ch driven)
- 110W per channel (6 ohms, 1kHz, THD 0.7%, 2ch driven)
- 165W per channel (6 ohms, 1kHz, THD 10%, 1ch driven)
- Speaker impedance: 4 - 16Ω/ohms
- Input sensitivity/impedance: 200mV
- Frequency response: 10Hz - 100kHz +1, -3dB (Direct mode)
- S/N ratio: 98dB (IHF-A weighted, Direct mode)
- Tuning frequency range
- FM: 87.5 - 107.9MHz
- AM: 520kHz - 1710kHz
- Power supply: AC 120V, 60Hz
- Power consumption: 400W
- HDMI: 5 + 1 (Front 1)
- Composite (video): 2
- Phono: 1
- Analog audio: 2
- Digital optical: 1
- USB (front): 1
- HDMI monitor: 1
- Audio pre-out (SW): 2ch
- Phones: 1
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- AVR-S750H 7.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver
Customer Reviews for Denon AVR-S750H 7.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver with Voice Control Compatibility
Paired the phone to the receiver and I do see my phone name on the receiver display but no audio transmitted to the speakers via receiver.
Any help is appreciated.
Thank You !
You absolutely need a monitor to set-up this device, which for me was a little frustrating, hence the 4 start rating. It was my intention to add the "Home Theater" later, first getting the sound up and dialed-in. Having been in broadcasting for a great number of years I have the utmost confidence in JBL/Denon.
If you want Audiophile sound then pair this unit with the Klipsch Reference Premier line like I am doing. Full 3D 7.1 True Atmos sound for HALF what some are charging!
I would recommend this and ANY other Denon system you could want. They are just simply the best Audiophile system made.
I resisted the urge to throw it out the window and went to sleep. Woke up next day and realized I missed the ARC HDMI port on the TV and plugged into a regular one, this was obviously why the TV sound didn't work and Aiplay 2 volume control issue went away. But the sub still didn't work! So my lazy-self actually decided to open the online manual! As unpleasant experience as it was :) I found out that when the sub is set to just (LFE) and front speakers to Large, there is nothing passed to the sub at all unless it's a dedicated channel in a dolby track etc. and I had to set to (LFE + Main) to pass low frequencies under crossover point to sub.
So all was fixed and things sounded great. I can hear the guitarist breathe, fingers slip off the strings etc. Things I told only expensive amps deliver. Yet here we are. My only concern now is will I get anything substantial, audio quality wise if I upgrade to the highly reviewed AVR-x3600h? My room is small, using 3.1, don't need the extra power and not sure if my MA Bronze 5 floor-standers will reveal the $1700 AUD difference in price to any considerable degree...