Stereo Is Back In Town!
The New Denon DRA-800 Receiver

     It has come to pass, that most the audio receivers offered by main stream hifi companies are designed for home theater systems. That means they have all kinds of video switching, digital circuits and at least 5 amplifiers built in... but as many as 13 built-in amps need for an elaborate Dolby Atmos system.
      Introduced at the Montelon Hotel in the French Quarter, this new stereo only, two channel receiver is what people have been wanting for years. In fact, Denon has not made a stereo only receiver for over ten years. But, this brand new, 100 watt per channel receiver includes all kinds of modern streaming, digital and audiophile features.


True audio rated power; 20 to 20kHz 0.08%THD at 8 ohms 100 watts x 2
Moving magnet direct hookup of phonograph; 2.5 mv sensitivity
Frequency response: 10 Hz to 100,000Hz
High quality 5-way binding post banna plugs; Spk A and or B
Switchable Speaker A or B on remote
Front panel bass and treble control knobs
Includes hard button remote, remote in and out
Built in HEOS Denon Wireless music system
HDMI inputs (five) and HDMI monitor out to TV; 4K
High quality symmetrical amp circuitry designd
Built-in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Airplay2, music streaming
USB front panel plays MP3, WAV, FLAC, ALAC DSD music files
Works with Apple Siri, Amazon Alexa and Google Home Assistant
Subwoofer outputs, two analog inputs,