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Anthem is considered by many, including myself, to be one of the top home theatre component makers in the world and so it should come as no surprise that its top-gun A/V processor comes with a price tag of ,499.
If you compare it to other A/V processors out there it might seem a little pricey, but if you compare it to a high-end audio preamplifier, the price makes much more sense.
From modestly priced setups with small speakers and flat panel TVs to outrageously expensive systems with studio-quality speakers and gigantic screens, I’ve seen just about everything.
Naturally then, when the Anthem D2v 3D A/V Processor arrived at my house, I was filled with joy.
It came very well packed in a double box and despite the large dimensions of the package, it tipped the scale at a manageable 27 lbs.
If you have ever wondered what advantages a separate A/V processor and a dedicated multi-channel amplifier can bring to the home theatre experience, then you’ve come to the right place.
As the publisher of an audio video magazine I’ve had the delight of sitting through demonstrations of some remarkable home theatre systems over the years.
That’s because the Anthem D2v is a machine engineered to deliver not only the highest level of audio but also uncompromised video performance.
Like most Anthem components, the D2v is designed and built entirely in Mississauga, Ontario (Canada).