Denon - 1155W 7.2-Ch. Hi-Res 4K Ultra HD A/V Home Theater Receiver - Black

Upgrade your home theater setup with this powerful Denon Ultra HD receiver. This unit, which works with a range of external device, features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X 3D decoding technology, so you can enjoy 7.1 surround sound in your living room. Stream music and control this Bluetooth-equipped Denon Ultra HD receiver via the HEOS app on your smart device.
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    What's Included


    • Denon 1155W 7.2-Ch. Hi-Res 4K Ultra HD A/V Home Theater Receiver

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (167 out of 181)

    Features


    165W RMS power x 7 channels

    For powerful sound.

    Smart Enabled

    Get access to a world of instant entertainment with this product. Just connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music, and access a wide variety of other content.

    Connect to the Internet

    Via built-in Wi-Fi for access to Pandora, Deezer, Napster, Spotify, SiriusXM internet radio, Amazon Prime Music and TIDAL.

    Surround sound decoders

    Include Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, DTS:X and DTS Neural:X for crystal surround sound.

    Apple AirPlay support

    Supports distributed audio playback in another room, so you can enjoy music throughout your home.

    Hi-Res audio support

    Lets you enjoy high-quality audio playback via LAN, USB, Bluetooth.

    AM/FM tuner

    Lets you listen to your favorite stations.

    USB port

    Enables simple connection of a variety of USB-enabled devices.

    6 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI output

    HDMI cable not included. High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a full high-definition experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound.

    Apple® iPod®/iPhone®/iPad® ready

    So you can easily stream your music library.


    Customer rating

    4.5
    93%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Lasted 17 days----no power on

      Posted
      Suffering

      1st one lasted 17 days before it would not power up. Couldn’t pop the cover (warranty would have been voided) but a flashlight thru the grill appeared to show the fuse was still intact. Was using a surge protected power strip with 2 other components and they’re fine. While it ran, here are some thoughts - Setup assistant pretty straightforward. Sends a tone to each speaker to verify connection. One bug; the setup menu occasionally appeared on its own at startup, approx. 2/3 of the way through as if it was never completed. But it was, numerous times. - CEC/HDMI video worked just fine with my Samsung and Dish equipment, which isn’t always the case. In order to get a seamless startup, however, I had to go into the Denon setup menu and turn off its “smart menu” or else it defaulted to that---- On air TV audio was not seamless with my Samsung U8500, see below - In the welcome to the 21st century list: o Unit has no switched AC outlets. Demon’s not alone on this, but why? Certainly would be nice to be able to slave subwoofer power to the main unit. Yea, there are auto switching power switches, buy why regress? o Unit only comes with a quick start guide, the entire 150 page plus detailed user’s guide is a download. Would be nice to have a hard copy provided-----hard to read detailed instruction on a phone screen and you will have to refer to them often, like to set the receiver to operate with something other than 8 ohm speakers. - Firmware download appeared to work, took 20 minutes on a wired Ethernet connection. Didn’t fix all the issues noted above. - Speaker terminal lugs have center screws; using 16 gauge wire was a bit of effort, anything bigger (14 etc.) might not be possible. - Denon remote has an info button, which shows the status of both the input and output signal (i.e., if the source signal is stereo, 5.1, 7.2 etc.…) Does not appear to be active when using an optical cable from TV. Maybe this is unique to late model Samsung TVs where only a PCM signal is sent via the HDMI cable; have to use an optical connection from TV to receiver to get Bit stream /Dolby. - A lot, lot, lot of confusion among Best Buy sales associates as to what the extended maintenance policies they sell cover. Do yourself a big favor and have them download a hard copy IN THE STORE BEFORE YOU BUY and go over the details. (Go to the service desk and ask if the sales agent balks) The agreement BB sell for AV receives does not cover in- store replacement (that’s a –R agreement; they will not sell it on AV equipment). Some other terms and conditions you should evaluate before buying---read it to avoid any unpleasant surprises. Read it with the sales agent and help them do a more thorough job….. - Never got around to calibrating the speaker sound/location so can’t comment on that. Initial impression that sound was good for a low end component. FM tuner was very sensitive pulling in stations none of my other AV equipment would

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Why did I wait so long to upgrade?

      Posted
      Promptjock

      Background: After doing ** LOTS OF RESEARCH ** on Denon receivers, I finally decided on this model, to replace my 20 year-old Denon AVR-3200 receiver, for these reasons: * It was the TOP RECOMMENDED UNIT from a number of on-line A/V review sites * The "electrical specifications" were close-enough to my old receiver * The PRICE WAS RIGHT (on "Clearance" sale) * It was IN STOCK (i.e., LAST ONE on the shelf) at the store where I purchased it Essentially, I wanted a modern A/V receiver as a "central switch" for HDMI-equipped components (DirecTV HD DVR, Samsung 4K Blu-Ray, PS4) and I wanted Just One Cable to feed a 55" Sony Bravia 4K screen. My old Denon didn't have HDMI capability (I bought it when "S-Video" Was King!), but it had Dolby Digital bitstream inputs, which used the Sony TV as the Audio Source. Nitty Gritty: The amp power rating of my old Denon was 85 WPC, into 8 ohms. The AVRS730H is rated for 75 WPC, which is a mere -0.5 dB LESS in per-channel power. For my needs, this is inconsequential! The 6 ea. 4K-capable HDMI inputs (5 rear, 1 front) are More Than Enough for my needs, as are the two "Rear Surround" outputs that, if I ever want to, can use for a "remote" listening area. Installation: This unit is, in my estimation, 25% physically SMALLER and definitely LIGHTER than the old Denon receiver. The speaker and HDMI inputs are VERY WELL IDENTIFIED, so If I need to "change" or add wiring, it won't be difficult to do. I was VERY THANKFUL for the supplied CABLE LABEL SHEET (all labels "color-coded" to match the intended connections!) and I applied them to those cables that didn't already have readable labels. After connecting all my cables per the "Quick Setup Guide", I proceeded to the actual Setup steps. Setup: I applied power to the receiver and, after a few seconds for the receiver and Sony to "link up, etc.", I was greeted with the "Welcome, let's do the automatic setup!" screens. NOTE: to all those who complained about the "look" of the Menus - GET OVER IT! so what if the graphics "look 80's", THEY WERE VERY LEGIBLE, "no nonsense" in the presentation, and CLEAR IN THEIR INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT! The Automated Setup took less than FIFTEEN (15) MINUTES to perform (even with stepping through the "here's where you connect the wires" sections - I could've skipped them, but I wanted to see what they were about). The Very Thorough Audyssey "calibration" system discovered the following "errors" in my installation: * The CENTER speaker was MISWIRED (reversed "phase") * My powered subwoofer WAS NOT POWERED (an oversight on my part!) After making the necessary corrections, the setup finished and informed my "You're Ready To Go!". Operation: it's been a long time since I got "goose bumps" from the output of a receiver! the audio from ALL channels is CRYSTAL CLEAR and "spaciously full"! My subwoofer has never sounded so good (even on the old Denon) and the "audio corrections" from the Audyssey setup has my speakers reproducing things that I Never Knew Were There. Like the "Summary" statement, WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG TO UPGRADE? Summary: Other than not having S-video or Component video inputs/outputs or Line Level "Preamp Output" RCA jacks, this receiver has everything I realistically need to enjoy my A/V material. The lack of these items DOES NOT rate a "demerit" - they're just "wishful nits" based on what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to investigating the HEOS functionality as well as eventually "tapping into" Internet audio/video via the receiver's Network Connectivity capability. Until then, I'm Gonna Have Fun enjoying the "new stuff" I'll hear thanks to the many Digital Bitstream Decoders this receiver can handle.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Needs work

      Posted
      OC6283
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This was highly recommended buy a friendly Best Buy associate over the Sony I was there to purchase based on my own online research. ...So I took a chance as it was for multi-room audio and not for TV/Video playout. (I know that sounds wierd to most people... but I just wanted a nice audio receiver... but they really don’t have one on the market). I went with this receiver and have the obvious issues one would expect...the somewhat user-friendly menus are only easily controlled if you go a TV. The device display is small and nearly useless for menu settings. ...So that’s fun. I would probably give this a higher rating but it seems to be sooo buggy software-wise. It can get stuck being connected to a device via Bluetooth and refuse to let go. Even if that device is no longer around/connected. That causes me to have to restart it... and not via the power button. It must be unplugged to reset this issue. It also has two mobile apps. One to control the receiver itself and one to play a music library off your phone, etc. Same issues... buggy and if you use the HEOS app to play music and the switching from it to a Bluetooth connection is horrible and frustrating. The app for this is no where near the quality I have on my Sony receiver and it’s downloadable apps in my living room to control audio/video/surround sound. I have had this for 8 months and am already looking for a replacement that peaks my interest. Many times I have wanted to slam this receiver to the ground from frustration of its buggy glitches. That quality is not worth the somewhat middle of the road price. Spend a fraction more and get a lower end Sony and respectfully decline the nice Best Buy associates recommendation.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nice Upgrade

      Posted
      MrSasquatch
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I bought this to replace an aging 15 year old Onkyo which still worked but lacked features of modern receivers such as higher bit rates and the ability to play music directly from your phone. This Denon receiver sure doesn't disappoint. I really liked the ease of setup. After 15-30 minutes I was setup and ready to go. With the old Onkyo I had to input the distance each speaker was to the main seating area. With the Denon you setup the included mic on either a tripod or the cardboard stand they provide and place it on 6 different positions on your couch. After a series of beeps from each speaker at each position the receiver is perfectly calibrated and it sounds fantastic. (That being said you do need to connect an HDMI cable to the receiver and connect it to your TV in order to do the automated setup.) Some things that I do want to point out: 1) This receiver mainly relies on HDMI inputs for sound input. The only other inputs are one digital coax and two toslink connections. This may not matter to you if you just use HDMI for all your sound needs but I prefer to separate the audio from my video to minimize video lag during gaming so I'm relying on the toslink connections (see below). 2) Speaking of the toslink connections this is probably the one main gripe I have about the receiver. The toslink inputs, at least on my receiver, don't hold the toslink cables in particularly well. A minor bump can dislodge the cables (even if you accidentally bump the cable as your plugging another one right next to it) so if you plan on using toslink connections with this receiver be gentle when moving it around. That being said they are working for me so far so as long as you don't plan on moving the receiver around too much and don't mind the mild irritation of plugging the toslink cables back in when you need to see something on the back of the receiver than you should be fine.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Denon lacking quality

      Posted
      Rjhat3

      First of all, I would like to say I have been dealing with surround sound receivers for 24 years. This unit from Denon was purchased to replace a Sony STRDH550 that was hit by lightning. We have owned it for a couple months now. I was shocked to find that the remote was what you would expect to get with a budget wal-mart tv. Feels like your holding nothing and lacks functionality. The remote is as cheap as it gets for a receiver costing almost $550. Now, sound quality is good. Great surround sound, nice frequency response. However, this receiver was rated at 20 watts per channel higher than our previous receiver, but falls short on volume. It was out performed in sheer power by a $250 Sony Walmart receiver. If it weren't for wifi and Bluetooth options, I would've taken this one back for the cheaper Sony. One last thing, occasionally the receiver stops getting audio from hdmi ports. The only way to get it working again is to disconnect power for a few seconds. Not the quality I expected from Denon. And definitely not what I should have gotten in the price range.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not What I Expected At All

      Posted
      smh6986
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I wanted to use some tax money to upgrade my AVR, since my current Yamaha one just isn't cutting it anymore. It only has 3 HDCP 2.2 ports and most of my devices support 4K HDR now. I also just purchased some new polk speakers not that long ago and wanted a system with a little more wattage per channel. After much research I decided on the Denon 730H. I was quickly disappointed. The sound quality just wasn't there compared to the Yamaha. It also seemed to lack power, even though it has several hundred more total watts than the Yamaha. Also, the center channel volume would get loud then quiet, then loud again. It was driving me insane. I tried the automatic setup, manual setup, and I played with every setting possible. I could not get the system to perform the way I needed it to. I switched back to my Yamaha and everything is ok again. I am no professional home theater expert, but I have worked with many audio systems before and work in IT. So I certainly should be able to configure an AVR, just like I did with my Yamaha. This unit is going back to BB.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Another excellent product with excellent service!

      Posted
      SSSS
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I ordered this today for my son who is attending school in Flagstaff, AZ. He picked it up at the Flagstaff Best Buy, but I ordered and paid for it at the Santee Best Buy where I shop. My thanks to Joshua, Taylor and Bailey for their help in ordering this Denon for my son! As always, Best Buy has what I both want and need and their people make all the difference to me. This Denon receiver is very similar to one I recently purchased for myself (an AVR-X4300H) and when my son saw and listened to that one he was very impressed. When he returned to school his Onkyo TX-SR608 went out with a bad HDMI board (a common failure). It was several years old and I asked him what brand of receiver he would like to replace it with and after looking over everything at BB he selected the AVR-S730H from Denon. Other than a few minor differences such as no phono imput and "only" one HDMI input and a bit less power, the AVR-S730H is pretty much the same excellent receiver as I have! Now I don't have to get him a separate internet radio for his room at school because this receiver has a built-in internet tuner and receives Spotify (he has an account) and Pandora (he has an account) and if he wants it, SiriusXM. On top of that there are literally thousands of internet radio stations out there from which to choose. The unit is easy to set up and operate and he is looking forward to many years of service from it. I also got him the BB Extended Warranty for four years, so that should there be a problem he has it covered above and beyond the manufacturer's warranty. Highly recommended? Yup! I purchased Denon for myself and my son. I cannot think of any greater recommendation than that. And again, Best Buy's people make the difference for me.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Poor longevity

      Posted
      Tex2102

      The only reason I gave this productive two stars instead of one was because while it was working it was a very good product. I bought a Denon receiver bundle just over 3 years ago to replace an aging Kenwood system I had. Set up was easy and I was very happy with it. After having it for a year and a half I began to travel and it sat being used only once every three months for just over a year. So not over used at all. But I did use it, it was cleaned and good maintenance was performed! Now after having it for three years I have had three speaker channels short circuit and blow, costing 120$ a pop to fix. I am now refusing to fix the third and will be looking for a new receiver. The technician at the repair shop admitted they see a LOT of Denon products in their shop to be repaired!! Stay away from this brand if you want any kind of longevity out of your product!! If you DO buy one I can't recommend enough the longest extended warranty possible!

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend




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