Denon has introduced the first amplifiers with 8K support on the market

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All multimedia technology, and not just televisions, begins to adapt to the new times. Denon has announced the first amplifiers with 8K support on the market.
The prestigious sound equipment manufacturer Denon has renewed its range for 2020. The new X series has as its main feature, the support of 8K resolution. But it is just one of the dozens of image and sound formats it third party image reference
In total, four models have been presented, which will go on sale in July. They are the Denon AVC-X6700H (11.2 channels), Denon AVC-X4700H (9.2 channels), Denon AVC-X3700H (9.2 channels), and Denon AVR-X2700H (7.2 channels) amplifiers. 
As reported in What Hi-Fi? They all support the HDMI 8K connection at 60 Hz or 4K at 120 Hz. They are compatible with all HDR formats: HDR10, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG. They also release a new function of the HDMI standard called Quick Media Switching (QMS), which allows you to change the resolution or frame rate of the TV without producing a black third party image reference
The two most advanced models, the Denon AVC-X6700H and AVC-X4700H are compatible with Dolby Atmos, DTS: X, DTS Virtual: X, and Auro 3D. By the end of the year the X6700H will be compatible with the new DTS: X Pro format, with 13 simultaneous sound channels in speaker configurations 7.2.6 and 9.2.4. Along with the X3700H, they are also IMAX Enhanced compatible.
They can be connected to all kinds of devices through AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, Alexa, and the Google Assistant. And they offer direct access to Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music HD, and Deezer.

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