Arcam's Four New Home Cinema Models
Arcam reveals three upgraded AV Receivers and One AV Processor
They say threes a crowd, but fours a party! Arcam has announced three new home cinema audio/visual receivers and a high-performance home cinema processor. A new lineup of Arcam is always exciting for AV and home cinema lovers, each of the four models entails fascinating features introduced to the world of home AV. Let’s get started by summarising the latest features Arcam's AV equipment has to offer to take your home cinema to the next level.
Key Features of Arcam's latest Models:
- HDMI 2.1 Connectivity with HDCP2.3
- Deliver 8K video signals at 60fps and 4K at 120fps
- Audio format support for Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D and offer dynamic HDR via Dolby Vision and HDR10+ (Models are ideal for surround sound)
- Can stream using Apple airplay2, Bluetooth aptX HD, Google Chromecast, Spotify Connect, Roon and Tidal Connect
- Support for Dirac Live room correction software
- Darker gun-metal appearance with silver detailing
- Front panel display for easy navigation
The Arcam AVR11 and AVR21
The Arcam AVR11 and AVR21 share a few similarities but of course, the admirable AVR21 has some bigger upgrades. They both offer seven class A/B power amp channels. The AVR21 delivers 110 watts across all seven channels and decodes up to 16 channels of audio. Whereas, the AVR11 produces 85 Watts across the seven driven channels and decodes up to 12 channels. They both feature an impressive seven HDMI inputs, with the AVR21 hosting three outputs and the AVR11 hosting one fewer with two outputs. Although they share similarities, the AVR21 earns its position as the mid-range AV receiver with 110 Watts and up to 16 channels.
Arcam's high-power AVR31 impressively features seven channels of Class G amplification. The flagship AVR delivers 100 Watts per channel when they are driven with an 8 Ohm load. With seven HDMI inputs and three outputs for ample connectivity including Zone2 and eArc, enjoy a fully equipped AV Receiver packed with the latest features. Offering Class G amplification, the AVR31 is set to become the ultimate amplifier to create high-end super-pure audio in your home.
The sole AV processor of the latest home cinema models, the Arcam AV41 can handle up to 16 channels of audio with balanced XLR outputs for a secure analogue connection to an amplifier. Building upon last year's AV40 model, the processor houses seven HDMI inputs and three outputs including Zone2 and eARC. This AV processor can be paired with Arcam's power amplifiers to produce an incredible theatre experience in your home.
Let’s discuss pricing
Upgraded features such as HDMI 2.1 means that pricing has rightly so had an increase to its predecessors. The AVR11 is at the entry level at £2,799, followed by the mid-range AVR21 at £3,799. The flagship of the new AVR models, the AVR31 is priced at £5,799 and finally the sole processor of the line-up, the AV41 is priced at £4,499.
A Necessity for true home cinema systems
A necessity for home cinema systems, Arcam promises to provide the ultimate audio and visual experience from the comfort of your home. Control your system with a trustworthy high performance AV model and enjoy your equipment powered by the most up-to-date features available to home AV. In the words of Arcam, their new line-up 'enables users to fully experience the latest audio-visual technologies whilst revelling in thrilling musicality'.
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