Denon AVR-X3400H A/V Receiver Review Specs

Specs
Power Output: 105 watts (8 ohms, 2 channels driven)
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Audyssey MultEQ XT32
Video Processing: 4K scaling/passthrough supporting HDCP 2.2, cross-converts analog video to HDMI; HDR (HDR10 and Dolby Vision) via HDMI
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 17.1 x 6.6 x 15.3
Weight (Pounds): 23.8
Video Inputs: HDMI 2.0b (8 including 1 front), composite video (3), component video (2)
Audio Inputs: Coaxial digital (2), optical digital (2), USB (1, front); analog line-level stereo (5)
Additional: RJ-45 Ethernet, IR in/out, 12-volt trigger
Video Outputs: HDMI 2.0b (3, including 2 monitor, 1 zone), component video
Audio Outputs: 7.2-channel pre-out (1); stereo line Zone 2, ¼-inch headphone (front)
Zone 2: Second A/V zone via HDMI output B, or audio-only via speaker- or line-level outputs
Wireless: Dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (A2DP 1.2); Apple AirPlay
Wireless Streaming: Internet radio (TuneIn) onboard; Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, Amazon Music, Deezer, more via HEOS casting
Computer Audio: Streaming via wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi (DLNA/equivalent), USB fixed-storage; HRA capable up to 192/32, including native-DSD 2.8/5.6 MHz
Price: $999

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sandoz's picture

Thanks for the review. Makes me feel confident I made a decent purchase for my first setup. Unfortunately I live quite far north and the selection is quite slim, and while I could order products over the internet and hope they were decent, I was happy to find this at a retail outlet that I had access to.

One small correction for your article. You mentioned that streaming of internet audio required you to cast the audio from your phone and this is not accurate. (To your credit you did mention that you hadn't actually tried these features and from the outset it certainly seems like this is how it's going to work.)

You do require your IOS/Android/Kindle device to setup the services and channels you would like to stream but at that point you can save them to your favourits list. Once they are setup on the favorites list they can be accessed directly from the receiver and streamed from it. You do not require your cell phone at that point to listen. I have not found a pc app or website that will allow you to log in and setup this same functionality.

sevenfeet's picture

Nice review...one small error. I helped a friend buy this receiver a few months and I set it up for him. You can ask Audyssey to only do 3 speakers or 6 speakers instead of testing for all 8 positions, at least if you used the Audyssey app. The app allows you to interrupt the process at 3 or 6 testing positions so there isn't a choice when you first start out.

Ted Timmis's picture

You state “Denon has in my view abandoned front panel knobs...so don’t lose your remote.” This is truly a bizarre statement. I can only gues that your wife is wearing the pants in your house.

Ted Timmis's picture

...only guess..

Ted Timmis's picture

...only guess..

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