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Denon AVR-S710W Review

Denon AVR-S710W Review

We have reviewed one of the most anticipated A/V receiver of the year – the future ready 7.2 Channel Full 4K Ultra HD A/V Receiver, The Denon AVR-S710W. The latest A/V receiver from Denon is finally out in the market and catching good response from users. There is no doubt the company is one of the reliable home theater systems maker, but all its products are not worth the price. Read on our Denon AVR-S710W review to know everything about its features, specifications, build quality, performance and of course, its value for money.

Key Features:
7.2 channel platform with 175W (6ohm, 1kHz, 1ch driven, THD 10%) Power Amp, 80W Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, 0.08% 2ch Drive), advanced quad-core 32-bit DSP processor, 4K/60Hz Ultra HD full-rate pass-through and HDCP 2.2 compliant, Dolby Atoms immersive surround decoding and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding technology, Audyssey’s advanced DSP audio processing. 6 HDMI inputs, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi wireless, DLNA 1.5 and online music streaming.

The new Denon AVR-S710W comes with future ready connectivity and top notch audio decoding technologies. With peak power of 175W (6ohm, 1kHz, 1ch driven, THD 10%) and Dolby Atmos surround sound effects, the A/V receiver is capable of offering high fidelity sound. Under our testing with assorted list of audio files (on our regular bookshelf speakers and center channel), the system produced clear crisp sound even on high volumes. The surround sound effect powered by Dolby Atmos offers roof shooting real cinema hall experience.

Denon AVR-S710W Review With a firmware upgrade, this powerful A/V receiver also supports latest immersive DTS:X surround sound audio decoding. If you prefer the Audyssey auto calibration, you’re going to love this model, the technology will automatically calibrates the device to deliver optimum performance. Multi-Room listening with 5.1 channels output for main room and 2.1 channel output for secondary room is also an added advantage with this model. For complete high-end home theater experience, this model comes with 4K Ultra HD video pass-through with 4:4:4 Pure Color sub-sampling and 21:9 aspect ratio.

The Denon AVR-S710W supports Internet Radio stations including Pandora, Spotify, QQ music and Sirius XM. It also comes with built-in dual antenna WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, makes it simple to pair with smartphones and stream music wirelessly. It also sports six HDMI input ports, DLNA 1.5, Digital optical input, Composite input/Output, Aux and USB input. For nonstop entertainment, the A/V receiver also has got built-in FM/AM tuner. Overall, the Denon AVR-S710W is jam-packed with useful features and high-end technology. The well-known brand has priced this model very competitively to upset its competitors.

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5 thoughts on “Denon AVR-S710W Review

  1. Can the Denon or other mid-range AVR sense AirPlay and automatically switch to the right settings and then return to home theater surround when AirPlay stops? I want it to be as easy as possible for my wife to use without using any of the buttons on the front, remotes, or smartphone apps?

    My Onkyo TX-DS595 lacks AirPlay and these auto-sense features and is crapping out. Living room has 5.1 surround with PolkAudio & Bose speakers, and 4 sets of in-wall speakers are dispersed elsewhere in our modest 2,400 sq.ft. home through a Niles HDL-6 speaker selection system.

    It sure would be nice to start music on my Mac, iPhone or iPad from the home office and just have it start playing through the wall speakers without having to first get up to put the AVR in the right mode. My wife currently plays her music through the phone’s speakers (yech). Please let me know if this is possible and how it works. Thanks.

  2. Hi Wayne,

    Yes, the Denon AVR-S710W supports AirPlay. However it is not as easy as you expect it to be (without touching buttons and apps), but can be mastered within first use of 15-20 minutes.

    Here’s the simple method;

    Keep the “Network Control” in “Always On” mode, this will make the device consume more standby power, but avoids manual OFF/ON.

    Install iTunes 10, or later, on your Apple products and connect to the same network as this device. (One time)

    Turn down the volume in your Max or Apple smartphones before streaming, as the audio source controls the initial volume.

    Start iTunes and click the AirPlay icon to select the main unit.

    Choose the track to stream on the unit.

    Give rest to phone’s speaker and enjoy incredible audio experience, It is as simple as that.

    Thanks and stay connected (Like and Share on FB) for News on latest product launches.

  3. Thanks, Mark, for your response. It seems that the Denon AVR-S710W may not have the ease of use that I’m looking for. Do you know of an alternative? Here’s what I want to do.

    SCENARIO: We’re outside on the deck with company and decide to listen to music over the outside speakers. Without getting up or leaving the guests, we want to start playing music from the iPhone by first selecting the AirPlay target and then proceeding as normal. Select albums, tracks & playlists from the phone, and control volume from the phone. No need to get up to touch the AVR or remote.

    This same scenario applies to other rooms in the house, such as the home office, which also has hard-wired speakers.

  4. Hi Wayne,

    AVR-S710W meets your need. You don’t have to get up from chair or manually press any buttons on the AVR or search for a remote. All you have to do is to set the “Network Control” in “Always On” mode on the system.

    The unit will be on sleep mode when no media is being streamed and starts playback automatically when you start iTunes and click the AirPlay icon on your phone.

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