Denon has a long and proud history in audio, video and home theatre. Founded in Japan way back in 1910 the company set out manufacturing “gramophone players” and single-sided records. In 1951 it started selling Japan’s first LP records. Other significant milestones include the world’s first viable digital recorder, THX-EX (THX Extended) home theatre systems, the first Universal Blu-ray player and the first 13.2 channel audio/video receiver. It also pioneered the development of the moving coil cartridge and Compact Disc.
The large range of Denon Home Theatre Receivers is legendary for sonic performance, processing technologies and value. Visit us at Sight+Sound to experience the full range.