Denon AVR-S530BT vs Denon HEOS AVR Other comparison
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|Number of channels||5 channels||5 channels|
|RMS power||70 watts||50 watts|
|THD||0.08 %||0.05 %|
|Min. impedance||6 ohms||4 ohms|
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Functionalities & Surround
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|HDMI inputs||5 inputs||4 inputs|
|AV inputs||5 inputs||4 inputs|
|Audio inputs||1 inputs||2 inputs|
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Comparison of Denon AVR-S530BT vs Denon HEOS AVR Both AV receivers have the same number of channels of 5 and the Denon AVR-S530BT has a higher power per channel of 70 watts (Denon HEOS AVR has 50 watts). The Denon AVR-S530BT has a THD of 0.08 %, whereas the Denon HEOS AVR has a THD of 0.05 %, THD being the total harmonic distortion, a measure of the difference between the incoming sound entering the receiver and the output, a lower THD being better. Morevoer, the Denon AVR-S530BT and the Denon HEOS AVR have a minimum impedance of 6 ohms and 4 ohms respectively.
The Denon AVR-S530BT cannot be connected through the internet, it can connect through bluetooth, the Denon AVR-S530BT is unfortunately not MHL-compatible, and it does not have an integrated tuner. Concerning the connectivity and the surround system, the Denon AVR-S530BT has 5 HDMI inputs, and it does not have the dolby ATMOS technology but it cannot be connected to Apple products via the Airplay technology.
The Denon HEOS AVR can be connected to the internet, it can connect through bluetooth, the Denon HEOS AVR is unfortunately not MHL-compatible, yet it does not have an integrated tuner. Concerning the connectivity and the surround system, the Denon HEOS AVR has 4 HDMI inputs and it does not have the dolby ATMOS.