Denon AVR-X250BT  

Denon AVR-X250BT  

Specs and Features

A 5.1 channel receiver with a 130-watt per channel capacity, the Denon AVR-X250BT. Dolby Atmos and DTS:X are not supported because the receiver can only operate a 5.1 / 2-channel system. However, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio are supported by the receiver. The device has five HDMI inputs, three of which support HDCP 2.2. It also supports 4K Ultra HD at 60 Hz, HDR (HDR10 and HLG), ARC, and HDMI CEC. Because there is no WiFi and no streaming services on board, streaming is one of the areas that has been spared. Therefore, you must stream music over Bluetooth using a phone or tablet. The receiver also has the renowned Denon setup aid and the renowned Intelligent ECO mode, which makes the energy consumption transparent and adjustable.

5.1 surround formats

It is crucial to note that you can connect up to five speakers and a subwoofer to the 5.1-channel receiver. With this methodology, terminologies like Dolby Atmos and DTS: X that are frequently used can be disregarded. High-definition audio formats like DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD are nevertheless supported.

Sound quality

The AVR-X250BT has good features and is simple to use, but the audio quality is undoubtedly the most crucial aspect. We have the Bowers & Wilkins CM S2 series in a 5.1-channel configuration in our test room and home theatre, both of which are acoustically perfect. The B & W ASW610XP serves as the subwoofer, and the Oppo UDP-203 handles film reproduction.

Final thoughts

Particularly for those who don’t want all the additional (streaming) connections and choices, don’t own an expensive speaker system, or have low audio output requirements, this model’s base price only gets you a great receiver. Because the ideal balance has been found, you can enjoy both music and cinema as long as you don’t push this model too close to its limit. The device is easy to operate, has a genuine Denon appearance, and is reasonably priced. Other drawbacks include the lack of flexibility and control when you turn the volume knob up a little bit, the dated TV interface, the absence of a USB connector, and the lack of automatic calibration. Overall, we can conclude that the AVR-X250BT will not easily let down buyers in this price range and will make a wonderful first purchase for many nascent home theatre enthusiasts.

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