Amplifiers

The power station of any Hi-fi system. Connect audio components, and power any loudspeakers with Denon

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Stereo Amplification Stereo Amplification
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    2 Ch. 140W integrated Amplifier with USB-DAC
    $2,099.00
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    Integrated Network Amplifier with HEOS® Built-in music streaming
    $949.00
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    Limited 110th Anniversary Edition 2 Ch. 160W Integrated Amplifier
    $3,999.00
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    2 Ch. 70W Integrated Amplifier
    $499.00
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    8 Ch. 60W Amplifier for complete HEOS® audio distribution
    $2,499.00
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    Pre-Amplifier for HEOS® audio distribution
    $349.00
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    Networked Multi-Room Preamplifier
    $1,499.00
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    2 Ch. 100W Amplifier with HEOS® Built-in
    $499.00
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    Denon Amplifiers

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    Bring new life to your passive loudspeakers with precise and powerful Denon amplification.


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    Amplifier Buying Guide
    Everything you need to know.
    What is an integrated amplifier?
    An amplifier, in its most basic form, is an electronic device for increasing the amplitude of electrical signals. It’s used primarily for sound reproduction. It can increase the voltage, current, or power of a signal. When talking about Hi-Fi components, you will typically be talking about an integrated amplifier, which combines a preamp and power amp, typically for 2 channel stereo sound. The integrated amplifier has inputs for devices such as a turntable, CD player, or network player. It powers passive speakers since those speakers don’t have their own power supply.
    What is the difference between an integrated amplifier and an AV receiver?
    An integrated amplifier not only powers speakers, but lets you select your audio source and control volume. A stereo amp handles two channels. An AV receiver is an amplifier plus a built-in tuner that also processes video signals and routes them to their intended displays. An AV receiver has the ability to power from 5 to 15 channels, delivering enveloping surround sound. All receivers are technically amplifiers, but not all amplifiers are receivers.
    Why choose an integrated amplifier?
    If you are looking for a single unit that handles both audio and video sources, you will want to look at an AV receiver. But if you don’t need an AV receiver and just need a way to hear your turntable or other hi-fi gear, then get an amplifier. An integrated amplifier is generally smaller in size. Many audiophiles will say that a dedicated, integrated amplifier will take your sound stage from “OK” to brilliant.
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