Founded in 1910, Denon made Japan's first phonograph and later ushered in the CD-ROM. In celebration of this rich history, it's launched a 110th anniversary collection headlined by the AVR-A110 8K AV Receiver. Tuned by Denon Sound Masters in Shirakawa, Japan, it offers 13 channels of 150W power and support for every major 3D audio format, including Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, DTS Virtual:XTM, DTS:X Pro, IMAX Enhanced, and Auro-3D. As futureproof as possible, it also supports the latest HDMI standards, with a dedicated 8K input, 2 outputs for 8K/60Hz or 4K/120Hz pass-through, and 8K upscaling on all 8 HDMI inputs. It will be joined in the lineup by the PMA-A110 integrated amplifier, DCD-A110 SACD player, and DL-A110 MC phono cartridge, all of which will be available next month.