Today Sound United announced the latest versions of the celebrated Denon AVR-X8500H and Marantz AV8805 flagship AV components and an upgrade program for existing owners of the two flagship models. The two new units, dubbed the Denon AVR-X8500H "A" and Marantz AV8805 "A" boast the latest technologies, including 8K/60Hz upscaling and passthrough, 4K/120Hz pass-through , HDR10+, Dynamic HDR, HDCP 2.3, and a ton of other goodies. The new "A" models will gradually replace all existing Denon AVR-X8500H and Marantz AV8805 units in the market.
Built for the most demanding enthusiasts, the AVR-X8500HA is ready to exceed any audio-visual expectation. Offering powerful 13 channel amplification and full 8K pass-through, our newest flagship AV Amplifier supports the latest surround sound formats, like Dolby Atmos®, DTS:X®, DTS:X® Pro, IMAX Enhanced®, and even Auro-3D®. HEOS® Built-in adds wireless music streaming, voice control, and multi-room capability to your home entertainment.
For the existing owners of the AVR-X8500H, Denon is offering a compatible upgrade kit so they can also experience 8K picture quality, enhanced gaming capabilities, and the latest in features and content, with the introduction of the SPK610 upgrade kit.
The versatile Marantz AV8805A pre-amplifier redefines the audiophile home cinema and music listening experience with 13.2 channel processing capability, 8K pass-through, and support for the latest in surround sound audio formats including DTS:X® Pro, IMAX Enhanced®, and Auro-3D®. Marantz exclusive technologies like HDAM enhance any audio playback for the most demanding listeners.
For the existing owners of the AV8805, Marantz is offering a compatible upgrade kit solution so they can also experience 8K picture quality, enhanced gaming capabilities, and the latest in features and content, with the SPK614 upgrade kit.
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