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Denon bringing iTunes AirPlay support to AVR receiver

updated 08:30 pm EDT, Thu September 9, 2010

Device connects to LAN via Ethernet

Denon has committed to bringing iTunes AirPlay support to its AVR-4311CI audio/video receiver. Compatibility is with the wireless streaming platform is expected to be added sometime in the fall, allowing users to play iTunes tracks throughout the home. The 4311CI offers an Ethernet port for AirPlay connectivity, although Apple's system also supports Wi-Fi communication.

The high-end receiver features a variety of audio and video inputs, with support for several different surround sound decoders. The device integrates nine discrete power amp circuits, and each channel provides 140 watts of power.

Denon's AVR-4300CI retails for $2000. The AirPlay standard will be supported by devices from other manufacturers such as Marantz, Bowers & Wilkins, JBL and iHome, among others. [via Ubergizmo]

by MacNN Staff





  1. jcarr

    Joined: Dec 1969



    AirPlay audio only? or will they support video as well?

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969



    When is Apple going to open up 'airplay' as a standard for all device and software makers to use?

    Or do they only talk about 'open' standards when it applies to areas where they aren't the front-runner?

  1. MacnnChester

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Uh, testudo, its called licensing...

    .... and most companies do that first, get some return on the R&D investment and then open it up.

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