Denon AVR-E400 AV Receiver Specs

Power Output: 90 watts (8 ohms, 2 channels driven)
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Audyssey MultEQ
Video Processing: Analog Device ADV8003, 12-bit
Dimensions (W x H x D, Inches): 17.1 x 6.38 x 13.15
Weight (Pounds): 20.7
Video Inputs: HDMI 1.4a (6), component video, composite (2)
Audio Inputs: Coaxial digital, optical digital, stereo analog (4)
Additional: USB, Ethernet, AM, FM
Video Outputs: HDMI 1.4a
Audio Outputs: Subwoofer Price: $599

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Xromad's picture

Bought it based on this review and am not disappointed. It is as close to exactly what I was looking for as can be found.....probably. It replaces a Yamaha which I never figured out. Sound is excellent and ease of use is exceptional. Second zone is frosting on the cake. I picked up a pair of Polk speakers for $50.00 for that. One suggestion for anyone purchasing - print the manual!

wdhays's picture

I assume you meant 103 watts at 8 ohms into 2 channels at .1% THD? Are the other power numbers correct?

Rob Sabin's picture
Yes, should 103 watts into 8 ohms, but at 0.01% distortion. All other numbers are confirmed accurate. Thanks!
palmharbor's picture

The true test of any product is how reliable over time it is...Denon is NOT reliable over time...its so bad that in order to sell Marantz and Denon, their is now providing a THREE year warranty supported by a different company....the word is out...I remember years ago...Motor Trend, Road and Track just LOVED the MGB sports car....praised it...if you owned one you know this car was pure junk and unreliable at in the summer and cold in the winter with all kinds of problems.