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    Default Denon Readies First X-Series AV Receivers with HEOS Network Technology

    Two new AV receivers have been detailed.

    http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...chnology/34601
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    Wow - the 6300 is killer. I don't have a big enough living room imo to merit 11.xx channels so the 4300 would certainly be more my route. With the MSRP of $1500 for the 4300 this one might have a more down to earth price I could justify and afford. Wonder what the asking price of the Auro-3D option is and what it entails. Firmware/Licensing and that's it?
    And what exactly does someone in a different room do to access HEOS?
    I believe this is where Mr. Palmer inserts a few answers
    So, the 4300 has made it to the top of my list for must have next av receiver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krawk View Post
    And what exactly does someone in a different room do to access HEOS?
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    You buy another Heos speaker ect. Heos is a Sonos competitor, works in the same way, you just add more to build a multirom system.

    When Denon announced Heos, I thought it was weird they didn't impliment this build into their receivers from day 1.

    When I was checking out to get a multiroom system, Heos just about to come out, and I didn't go for it because if I remember correctly, it didn't support 24bit (But I can see that it does now)
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    Anyone know if the X4300H will pass thru Dolby Vision? It was listed for $799 on Amazon yesterday, is $799 today on NewEgg as well, that's $700 off.

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