Denon AVR-X7200W A/V Receiver Review Specs

Power Output: 9 x 150 watts (8 ohms, 2 channels driven)
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Audyssey MultEQ XT32
Video Processing: 4K passthrough, 60 Hz, HDR, BT.2020, 4:4:4
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 17.1 x 7.7 x 16.9
Weight (Pounds): 37.7
Video Inputs: HDMI 2.0 (8), component video (3), composite video (5)
Audio Inputs: Coaxial digital (2), optical digital (2), stereo analog (7), phono (1), Denon Link (1), 7.1-channel analog (1)
Additional: Wi-Fi/Bluetooth antenna (2), Ethernet (1), USB (2), AM (1), FM (1)
Video Outputs: HDMI 2.0 (3), component video (2), composite video (2)
Audio Outputs: Stereo analog (2), 13.2-channel analog (1), 1/4-inch headphone (1)
Additional: Trigger out (2), IR remote (in/out), RS-232C (1)
Price: $2,999

Company Info
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snorene's picture

The receiver is rated at 150 watts into 8 ohms with two channels driven. See our Test Bench for five- and seven-channel measurements.

Only the two channel test is shown...

Test Bench: Audio This graph shows the AVR-X7200W’s left channel, from CD input to speaker output with two channels driving 8-ohm loads.

Bob Ankosko's picture
The Test Bench results have been updated. Our apologies for the delay in getting these posted.
Igor's picture

How come 5200 is better than 7200 in stereo mode ? They have same power amplifier, 5200 traditionally should have lower voltage. How can it have higher output power and lower THD in wider range, than 7200?

mhdaniels31's picture

tryed your link even copy and pasted it and still ended up with a graph and zero numbers is there going to be an edit to fix this problem.The denon receiver you reviewed is there flagship model after 2 other big publications skipped the bench tests I really hope S&V isnt going to also by the way nice review did you notice the denon ever getting to hot can you test it with more demanding 4ohm speakers

Mark Fleischmann's picture
According to our review of the Paradigms: "Impedance reaches a minimum of 4.18 ohms at 174 Hz." But "demanding" speakers probably should be running off an outboard muscle amp, not a receiver.
hk2000's picture

There are 2 down firing fans in this receiver. Did they kick in at any time during your testing? If so, how loud were they?

Mark Fleischmann's picture
I didn't hear any fans go on though that doesn't mean they didn't. The sound might have been masked by the speakers.
hk2000's picture

Thanks. I, like others, am skeptical about amp section. I am in the market for a receiver and S&V has already spoiled us with the thorough bench test results- this one leaves a lot of question marks.

ToddAtmos's picture

Test Bench missing ? always curious about power output

mhdaniels31's picture

is there a special reseason that this is the only receiver in all the recent years of publication that doesnt show the actual bench test numbers did denon refuse to allow you to review the receiver if you didnt agree to not publish your test results.For a flagship receiver you expect decent numbers but by the graph you supplied alone it seems to be a little less powerful then the 4520ci I find it really strange that the receivers 5, 7 channel and 4ohm results have not been published can you at least give a deffinitive answer if you will be uploading the results later it seems like your dodging the question which leaves me wondering if the results were dissapointing so you didnt publish them or were not allowed to due to restrictions from denon

Mark Fleischmann's picture
The Test Bech was published to the web in an incomplete form. We're not holding out on you. It was just an error and will be corrected soon.
goodfellas27's picture

The shadiness of not showing what the amp stage is able to do, and number playing is one of the many reasons I when separate.

ToddAtmos's picture

thanks for posting the power ratings! looks impressive for a receiver in my opinion

soldier38's picture

Compared to the Marantz 7010 which is now the outgoing Flagship AVR, which would you rate best in music sound quality? If amp wattage was not an issue, which is the better receiver in your opinion? I have read a few threads that indicate the Marantz has better sound quality but the Denon may be a better receiver although there has not been a direct comparison. I have been a long time fan of Marantz since the sr7005 but now I am again in the market for a full featured AVR with great sound. By the way, the reviews were both great reads.