Arcam AVR400
After starring at CES, Arcam's latest multichannel receiver makes its UK debut at the Bristol Show this weekend

We first saw Arcam's new FMJ AVR400 multichannel receiver at CES in Las Vegas (you can watch our video report here), and this weekend you have the chance to see and hear it in action at the Bristol Sound & Vision Show.

Slotting in beneath Arcam's pricier AVR600 and AVR500 models (£3500 and £2500 respectively), the AVR400 costs a more affordable £1700 and will be available shortly in silver or black.

It's a 7.1-channel, 3D-compatible device with 7x90W of power, HDMI 1.4 connectivity with Audio Return Channel, decoding of all the latest high-definition audio codecs, and a DAB/FM/AM tuner.

It will also stream audio from your home network or stored on USB, and is fitted with a Torino video processor capable of supporting 1080p/60 and 24fps (frames per second).

For custom installation, the AVR400 has RS232, IR and 12V control interfaces.

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