Denton is the home of happiness.
Just an hour ago, she was plain old Betty Monroe. Now she’s Mrs. Ralph Hap…
Excuse me, what?
We’re not celebrating the significant anniversary of a certain late-night, double-feature picture show set in the quaint Texas town of Denton?
Oh, Denon. The folks who make those fine electronics. I see.
Well really, Denon is the home of happiness too. Nothing would bring a smile to my face faster than the DP-A100 Turntable or the DCD-A100 SACD/CD Player. In celebration of its 100th Anniversary, Denon is releasing seven special-edition components that certainly deserve consideration for any high-end home theater.
The Anniversary Series also includes the DL-A100 Cartridge, the PMA-A100 Integrated Amplifier, the AVR-A100 9.2-channel Receiver, the DBP-A100 Universal Player (capable of playing Blu-ray, DVD, SACD, DVD-Audio, and CD), and AH-A100 Headphones.
The features for each of these components are too numerous to list in this short space, but Denon’s website provides a complete list of all the drool-worthy specifications. Here’s a rundown on the AVR-A100 Receiver just to whet your whistle:
The unit includes a 9-channel amplifier with discrete mono amp construction, and an 11.2-channel pre-amplifier. The AVR-A100 includes support for HDMI 1.4 and feature’s Denon’s Link 4th HDMI clock control. The receiver is equipped with Audyssey MultEQ-XT 32-Room EQ, is networked for audio and photo streaming, and is iPhone-, iPod-, and USB-compatible.
Visit Denon’s 100th Anniversay page for more information about the following Anniversary Series products:
PMA-A100 Integrated Amplifier (SRP: $2,499)
DCD-A100 CD/SACD Player (SRP: $2,499)
DP-A100 Direct-Drive Turntable (SRP: $2,499)
DL-A100 Cartridge (SRP: $499)
AVR-A100 9.2 Channel A/V Receiver (SRP: $2,499)
DBP-A100 Universal Blu-ray Player (SRP: $2,499)
AH-A100 Over-Ear Headphones (SRP: $499)