More for those wanting ultimate theater-like excitement at home, here’s the latest offering from Denon. Its latest High Definition THX Ultra2 behemoth home cinema system, the AVP/POA-A1HD, is also dubbed as the Imperial Death Star. This high-end home theater system comes in two exceptionally substantial components. The first one is a pre-amp which takes care of all the inputs. The inputs include six HDMI, six components, eight S-video, and eight composites. There are five optical and six coaxial digital inputs for audio alone. And the output comprises 12 balanced XLR, 12 unbalanced RCA for analog audio out, and added four optical digital outs. While the second one is the power-amp which takes the processed audio signal from the pre-amp and turns it into rare, ear-pleasing sound. Ten XLR, ten RCA audio inputs, and a total of 20 speaker outputs split into two sets of ten channels allowing use in two separate rooms. It can access your home network and play music and photos and can provide output to two screens simultaneously.
Not to forget the Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking, Dolby True HD, DTS-HD, Deep Colour, avYCC, and auto lip-sync. Both the components are tagged at £5000 ($10,000) each. So if you are thinking of installing this in your home then be sure to have at least $20,000 in your account.