With a full compliment of all the latest playback formats including Audyssey DSX and Dolby PLIIz plus top of the line deinterlacing and scaling on board, the Denon AVR-4310CI has everything you'll need to build a sophisticated home theater system. Add to that multiroom support, networkability, and power reserves for all but the most demanding speakers in the largest rooms and you're basically buying a receiver that you'll be hard pressed to replace for a very long time.
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Paradigm CS60R In-ceiling 2 Pair
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I believe Denon's allow you to trim the LFE aggressiveness of the Dynamic EQ under the parameter menu.
Last edited by rnatalli; 01-04-2010 at 01:44 PM.
LFE trim has nothing to do with Dynamic EQ. I am also in agreement with Tom's findings. On most recordings Dynamic EQ tends to over boost bass. I find it useful when listening to 80s style rock music however which tends to be void of bass.I believe Denon's allow you to trim the LFE aggressiveness of the Dynamic EQ under the parameter menu.
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Tom is wonderful...he did a nice verbal review on the avrant podcast too...
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Thanks for the review. I wish I had some coin to upgrade from my 3805.
I went on eBay just to see what they are fetching and my findings suggest I should just keep it and use it elsewhere.
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I have to say I have been very happy with my 4310 (had for several weeks now). I upgraded from a 3805 and added 2 Def Tech ProMonitor 800's for the height channels. Now I also added 2 additional sound isolation panels at the same time - but the system sounds great!
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Has anyone faced the same issue as me?
Issue: It stopped connecting to network after four months of use. Denon repair center (Mahwah, NJ factory location) had to repace the Ethernet card, and after two weeks I see same issue again.
Initially, I had DHCP enabled on Netgear router WGT624. I was told to uncheck UPnP feature on router by my dealer and then I also gave a static IP (some middle IP address in the subnet range) to AVR. But issue reappeared.