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Denon Announces A/V Receivers Compatible with Windows 7
Yesterday, Denon announced that much of their current line of audio and video (A/V) receivers have earned Compatible with Windows 7 logo.
The following models have received the logo:
As youíre building your stereo system at home or looking to update an existing stereo system, you should definitely consider A/V receivers such as Denonís models that carry the Compatible with Windows 7 logo. That means these receivers work great and can take advantage of Windows 7. For example if one of the Denon receiver models above powers your stereo system at home, you can use Windows 7ís Play To feature to streaming your music to your stereo system over your home network.
Denonís A/V receivers with the Compatible with Windows 7 logo come with built-in Ethernet and wireless allowing the unit to connect right up to your wireless network.
Because Denonís units are not just audio receivers but video receivers too, one of their devices connected through HDMI to a HDTV can receive HD video streamed from any one of your Windows 7 PCs in your home using Play To.
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