Denon’s new AVR-X6200W sits a notch below their flagship X7200W receiver. The X6200W has a lot going on under the hood. The 9.2 channel amp is rated at about 140 watts per channel and uses a discrete monolithic design which Denon claims provides clarity, detail, depth and power.


Denon AVR-X6200 Preview
The mulit-channel amp includes 8 HDMI 2.0 inputs and 3 outputs. The 6200W also supports HDCP 2.2 copy protection and fully supports 4K video. Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth is almost expected on receivers nowadays, so it’s no surprise that the Denon X6200W supports both. Internet radio, Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM and Apple AirPlay are also present and accounted for.


This year both Dolby and DTS have new audio formats for home theater enthusiasts. The Denon AVR-X6200W supports Dolby’s new Atmos format right out of the box. The amp can power a 7.1.4 configuration or, if you want even more speakers, the 6200W can be used in a 9.1.2 configuration with the assistance of an additional 2-channel power amplifier.


At some point this year Denon is expected to release a free firmware update that will also give the 6200 DTS:X and Neural:X support.


Rounding out the 6200W’s key features are multi-zone support, a 13.2 channel pre-out and a RS232 port for use with home automation systems.


The Denon AVR-X6200W is available now at major retailers.

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