Denon, a provider of high-quality audio equipment, announces today the launch of the AVR-X6800H audio/video receiver (AVR). The latest release from Denon was designed and manufactured to the highest standards in Japan, utilizing the full suite of audio and video technologies that are the foundation for any home theater. 

The AVR-X6800H AVR will be available for purchase at the beginning of 2024. 

The Specifics of the Denon AVR-X6800H 

Front of AVR-X6800H. Image courtesy of Denon.

The AVR-X6800H features 11.4 channels of amplification, 3D audio, 8K video, and 140 watts per channel to ensure a dynamic entertainment experience. Additionally, it also has added flexibility in preamplifier mode with up to 13.4 channel processing.  

To provide the true cinematic experience, the AVR-X6800H employs Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, IMAX Enhanced, and Auro 3D. 8K video is also supported on all 7 HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs, along with HLG, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and Dynamic HDR pass-through.  

Back of AVR-X6800H. Image courtesy of Denon.

The AVR-X6800H comes equipped with HEOS, enabling users to access streaming music services and share with HEOS-enabled speakers in other rooms. It offers many setup and configuration options to accommodate any space. Audyssey room correction is included, and optional Dirac Live upgradability is available for a fee.