This Denon AV amp is seriously hi-tech – without the high price

Denon has unveiled its latest AV receiver, the AVR-X540BT. It’s a budget option at £299, but it can deliver a full fat home cinema experience with proper surround sound and the latest picture specifications. On the sound front, it has five channels …
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