Denon now offers a new lineup of 13 audio/video receivers. In addition to Denon's AVR-4810CI and flagship AVR-5308CI, the company's line includes three new "CI-class" receivers, AVR-4311CI, AVR-3311CI, AVR-2311CI; two 7-channel models, AVR-1911 and AVR-1611; and five affordable models, the AVR-991, AVR-891, AVR-791, AVR-591, and the AVR-391, as well as the company's new 100th Anniversary Collection model AVR-A100.
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Denon's CI receivers are designed for and marketed to custom integrators. The company says that these receiver are the result of responding to integrators demands for receivers that offer easier and more comprehensive connectivity and control. For instance, Denon will be creating its own Crestron remote control modules, allowing installers to quickly and easily open a control interface and drag and drop the specific programming tools they need to create fully connected total home systems.
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Additionally, Denon's CI-class receivers all feature Control4 certification, ensuring compatibility with all Control4 IP-based home automation and entertainment systems. All the company's new receivers, as well as the continuing AVR-4810CI, AVR-4310CI and AVR-3310CI, are officially compatible with Windows 7, ensuring full compatibility with the updated 'Play To' functionality of the new Microsoft operating system.
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