Denon Electronics said Monday four of its higher end A/V receivers and its two networked iPod docks are now compatible with Microsoft Windows 7 after passing various Microsoft compatibility tests.
In addition, the company says all of Denon's new receivers scheduled for introduction in 2010 will feature the "Compatible with Windows 7" logo.
What this means for a Denon owner is they will be able to stream music, video and photos from their Windows 7 computer to their home theatre via their receivers.
Existing A/V receivers now considered Compatible with Windows 7 logo include the AVR-4310CI, AVR-3310CI, AVR-990, and the AVR-4810CI. The networked iPod docks now compatible with Windows 7 are the ASD-51W and ASD-51N.
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