Denon AVR 590 Receiver Review – A Solid Model

Denon receivers are proving to be well worth their time to cover.  I can see now why so many of the sweet home theater setups we cover around here depend on Denon for their sound transmission.  Today, we’ll be talking about the Denon AVR 590, another in a string of quality Denon receivers.

The Denon AVR 590 is a 5.1 channel surround sound receiver with three HDMI inputs, 1080p output, support for Dolby TrueHD and DD+, dts-HD and dts-HR formats, Audyssey MultEQ, Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ.

The biggest thing here that’s missing is the upconvert capability that’s actually really welcome on a lot of higher-end receivers.  You’ll need a 1080p system if you want the 1080p here.  But if you’ve got the TV or projector to handle it you’ll still get plenty of utility out of this.  And seeing as the price weighs in at right around three hundred and fifty bucks, the value is also there.  Add value to quality and you get a seriously good buy.