Sound United Offers Trio Of Presidents’ Day AV-Gear Specials
Sound United is getting in on President’s Day by offering special discounts on several high-performance home theater audio products including its Denon AVR-X1600H AVR and a pair of Definitive Technology sound bar packages.
The company said the President’s Day specials will run Feb. 17 through March 1, 2020 and will be available from Denon and Definitive Technology retail partners around the country, including online from Amazon. For you convenience we have included links for purchase below. HD Guru.com earns a small referral commission for any purchases made with these links. We thank you very much.
The deals include the following:
The Denon AVR-X1600H 7.2-channel receiver is being offered during the promotional period at a $150 discount (from $599 to $449) on Amazon.com. (Check links for sale price starting Feb. 17th).
The unit offers support for many of the latest video and audio technologies, including: Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR), Dolby Atmos object-oriented surround sound, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, DTS:X object-based surround sound and DTS Virtual:X.
The AVR-X1600H outputs 80-watts per channel into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.08% THD, with 2 channels driven, and includes Audyssey speaker calibration and system optimization includes with MultEQ XT auto setup/calibration delivers with the ability to use dynamic volume leveling and dynamic EQ.
For entertaining around the home, users can stream popular music services via Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay 2 and Wi-Fi with Sound United’s HEOS multi-room audio streaming platform built-in. The receiver also featyres voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Apple Siri.
Definitive Technology Studio Slim Sound Bar
The Definitive Technology Studio Slim 3.1-channel Sound Bar will be available at a $200 savings (from $999 to $799) during the sale on Amazon.com. (Check links for sale price starting Feb. 17th).
The Studio Slim is a two-piece unit including the sound bar and wireless subwoofer. It features an ultra-sleek, brushed aluminum top panel, minimalist design, measuring just 1.75-inches tall — sufficient to blend in with the room decore without blocking the TV screen.
The sound bar and sub deliver high quality home theater sound. It offers Chromecast built-in to stream music over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. The sound bar can be controlled with an existing TV remote by connecting via HDMI ARC with the included HDMI cable.
The sound bar, which measures 43-9/16 inches wide by 1-7/8 inches high by 3-3/8 inches deep, has 70 watts of power to drive seven built-in drivers including four 3- by 1-inch midrange drivers, and three 1-inch aluminum dome tweeters.
The 100-watt powered subwoofer features an 8-inch down-firing woofer and connects to the sound bar wirelessly. The subwoofer volume can be custom controlled via remote.
Definitive Technology Studio Advance Sound Bar
For those looking for a sound bar with a little more beef, Sound United is offering the Definitive Technology Studio Advance 5.1-channel sound bar at a $200 savings (from $1499 to $1299) on Amazon.com. (Check links for sale price starting Feb. 17th).
The Studio Advance sound bar, is also a two-piece system with accompanying wireless subwoofer. The package supports both high-fidelity music and surround sound for movies and television with support for 4K Ultra HD video. Definitive Technology said that without comprising an accurate soundstage, the Studio Advance presents a modern, elegant contemporary design, and built-in Chromecast music streaming and voice control via Google Assistant.
Features include support for both Dolby Digital and DTS decoding.
Connections include: 3 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI output, 1 optical digital audio input and 1 minijack analog audio input. The HDMI connections include support for 4K video with HDR pass through, ARC and HDMI-CEC. HDMI connections support 4K video with high dynamic range (HDR), Audio Return Channel, and HDMI-CEC
The Studio Advance Sound Bar has 120 watts of power to drive left, center, right, and surround channels through nine drivers. These include six 3-inch midrange drivers, and three 1-inch aluminum dome tweeters.
The included 50-watt powered subwoofer has an 8-inch down-firing woofer with customizable sound control via remote. It connects to the sound bar wirelessly.
By Greg Tarr
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