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Denon is a Japanese electronics company that was involved in the early stages of development of digital audio technology, while specializing in the manufacture of high-fidelity professional and consumer audio equipment.HAS is an authorized dealer of Denon in Chennai, India.

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When the DHT-1312BA Home Theater System came out, we were really excited. A full fledged (as in - actually sold separately) receiver with a 5.1 system from Boston Acoustics? It was more like a package deal than a traditional Home Theater in a Box (HTiB) solution. The problem was that we had very little information on the DHT-1312BA at the time. With the release of the DHT-1513BA, our enthusiasm is a bit tempered.

Once again, Denon and sister company Boston Acoustics have gotten together to bring you a unique HTiB solution. Denon has paired their entry level receiver, the AVR-1513, with the Boston Acoustics MCS 160 5.1 speaker system. This is the same speaker system from the last DHT system so little has changed on that front.

Now, however, we have more information on the Boston Acoustics MCS 160. The satellites and center are rated down to 120Hz with the sub rated up to 170Hz. This should allow the speakers and the satellites to blend well together. The sub is only rated down to 50Hz which, while not unexpected, isn't exactly impressive by bassaholic standards. But this system targets a more budget minded and casual listener type that would really dig the upgraded sound this system has to offer compared to the stock speakers in their display device. The Boston Acoustics speakers may be shelf or wall mounted and at 2.5lbs for the satellites and 4.6lbs for the center, either option shouldn't be a problem.