Whether you want a simple two-channel setup or a fully immersive home theater with two additional audio zones, this receiver can fulfill your every need. It supports Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, DTS Virtual X, IMAX, and even Auro 3D. Eight HDMI inputs and three outputs deliver video up to 8K and 60Hz with eARC. Audyssey MultEQ XT32 room correction ensures a balanced sound for every seat. And an easy setup with intuitive menus means any user can get it up and running to its full potential.
I’ve just received one for review and am already impressed by its easy setup. Once unpacked and placed in the rack, I was able to hook up speakers, a disc player, and get it on my Wi-Fi in short order. 30 minutes later, I had run the Audyssey room correction, set a few preferences, and was listening to music streamed through the HEOS app. I also watched a few movie clips.
So far, the Denon AVR-X4700H looks like one of those products that “just works.” It’s hard to say that about AV gear these days with so many technologies available. But this receiver is already impressing me on the first day. Stay tuned for my full review where I will dive into its vast array of features and capabilities.