Denon HEOS AVR-X2400 Receiver overview
At 95 watts per channel, the AVR-X2400 provides enough headroom to create a clear and dynamic soundstage without any distortion no matter how loud you crank the volume. And with features like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X delivering true 3-dimensional sound, you are going to be pushing your speakers to their limits. Sound isn’t the only thing the receiver does well. It also delivers brilliant 4K Ultra HD images. Music lovers will be happy to hear this Denon home theater receiver features built-in Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, so you can stream all of your favorite music from your favorite streaming services.
- 7.2 channel AV Surround Receiver
- 95 Watts per channel resulting in clear and power audio playback
- 8 ohms
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20kHz
- Built in WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity
- Dolby Atmos and DTS:X add height and dimension to your soundstage
- HEOS technology allows you to wirelessly connect speaker throughout your home
- 4K Ultra HD ready, and 4K Ultra HD upscaling
- Audyssey speaker calibration for easy setup and optimization
- Alexa voice control compatibility
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 17.1 in x 13.3 in x 9.3 in
- Weight: 20.7 lbs
- Warranty: 3 years – World Wide Stereo is an authorized dealer for every brand we sell
- World Wide Stereo 60-day guarantee and expert product support
With the Denon HEOS AVR-X2400 audio doesn’t just come at you from the screen, it surrounds you, or rather blankets you in rich tapestry of sound. The AVR-X2400 features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. This groundbreaking technology takes traditional 5.1 and 7.1-channel surround sound exciting new levels by adding new depth and height to your soundstage. Pinpoint voices in a crows. Feel the rush of jets as they fly over head. The AVR-X2400, featuring Dolby Atmos and DTS:X doesn’t just improve the audio quality of your TV it puts you in the middle of the action with the stars.
4K Ultra HD TV
The brilliant picture quality of 4K Ultra HD will make you feel like you are witnessing television for the very first time. The colors are bright, vivid and lifelike. The movement is crisp and fluid. The experience is truly breathtaking. With the Denon HEOS AVR-X2400 you can experience this phenomenon for yourself. This AV receiver features eight HDCP 2.2 compatible USB inputs. That gives you plenty of connection options for all of your devices, with plenty of room to add any future 4K devices you may want to buy, like video game consoles and Ultra HD Blu-ray players. If you are still waiting to commit to this latest medium, the AVR-X2400 will upscale your standard SD and HD, optimizing the picture quality.
Limitless Music Streaming
The Denon HEOS AVR-X2400 Receiver was made with music lovers in mind. This home theater receiver has built in Bluetooth connectivity so you can stream your favorite tunes from your favorite streaming services directly from your smartphone or tablet. It also features WiFi connectivity so you can tap into your home’s network and stream audio from your computer. The AVR-X2400 also works with Apple AirPlay -- seamlessly stream your iTunes library from your MAC or IOS device. Whether you want to listen to your favorite tunes or explore the latest releases from a popular streaming service like Spotify, Tidal or Pandora, the AVR-X2400 let’s you enjoy the music you want when you want it.
The Denon AVR APP
The options on the AVR-X2400 are easy to control when you download the Denon AVR Remote App. This free app, available on the Apple app store, Google Play, or Amazon app store, lets you control your Denon AV receiver, gives you access to the display and option menus, and even will let you thumb through the manual right from the convenience of your smartphone or tablet.
A Multi-Room Audio Solution
Fill your entire home with the sweet sounds of music with the Denon AVR-X2400. This 7.2 channel audio/video receiver will allow you to enjoy full surround sound in one room of your home while you listen to traditional stereo in another. With HEOS wireless speakers and the HEOS App building the home audio system of your dreams is as easy as a swipe of your phone screen.
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 17.1" 6.6" x 13.3"
- Weight: 20.7 lbs.
- 95W (8 ohm, 20Hz - 20kHz, THD: 0.08%) power amp
- HDMI 8 in/2 out
- ISF calibration
- Remote in/out, RS232C
- Built-in HEOS wireless multi-room audio technology
- Amazon Music, TIDAL, Deezer, and more
- Dolby Vision compatibility
- HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) passthrough
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- AVR-X2400H 7.2 Channel Full 4K Ultra HD Network AV Receiver
- Remote control
- AM/FM antennas
- Wire labels
- Quick Start guide
- Audyssey microphone
- Cardboard microphone stand
Customer Reviews for Denon AVR-X2400H 7.2 Channel Full 4K Ultra HD Network AV Receiver with HEOS
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I have an LG 4K TV and run a Panasonic UHD 4K Blu-ray and Apple TV 4K through the amp. The picture quality is excellent. Wiring is easy because of the ARC standard - just high quality HDMI cables connect everything to the amp and sound is sent that way.
The wireless was easy to set-up from iOS and once that was set-up the App just worked with no additional set-up.
Great for the money. If you want something more complex, you need to spend more but for a mid-level set-up this amp is excellent and is definitely an upgrade from my older Yamaha.
This is mine 8 av receiver, and first being Denon, after 2 weeks I still cant adjust my subwoofer or lfe level to sound right. It either lacks in Stereo or is tol much in 7.1. Dynamic EQ is a joke, everything sounds muffled and heavy. HDMI CEC works when it wants to. No DSPs for Atmos or DTSX.
System menu is very slow and unresponsive, any adjustments feel like a chore. Remote is too big and clunky.
App. My god, the app. This is the first time my smartphone froze, because if this app. It opens uo 50% of the time and it takes around 15s on S7 to open up, and sti is laggy and so slow. You cant even adjust speaker levels inside the app. Menus are overbearing.
At this price Denon is not delivering at all. Sound quality is give or take the same as other Av receivers in the price category, but usability is terrible. And I am starting to hate subwoofer which I've loved so lomg, because if this receiver
I really like that the receiver has a built-in TV/Sound mode on the remote. I have a smart TV and I do not want to use ARC. This setting easily enables feeding sound from the TV (for its various built in apps such as Netflix, Pandora, etc) to the receiver via optical cable when a cable box is not the source but the TV is the source and the only thing fed to the receiver is the audio sourced from the TV.
I am still discovering how I will use this receiver for music content from the internet. Nothing on radio appeals to me and I look forward to discovering how to take advantage of this internet enabled receiver. I am hardwired to the internet for connectivity so I can not comment on wireless connectivity. I do have a smart TV but I hope to find advantages with this interface.
The bluetooth connectivity from my iphone worked flawlessly. I have not played with the app for the iphone....it was not rated very well I noted when I downloaded it to my phone.
One reason I bought this receiver over cheaper versions is the generous number of HDMI inputs....so many only have four. One of the HDMI inputs is on the front panel as well as a USB port.
This receiver does not have a phono input.
I have not used any wireless speakers and unlikely that I ever will.