Arcam AVR 390
As one of the very few audio specialists in the world to design AV receivers, Arcam has developed a reputation for balancing a finely honed technical specification with world class audio performance.
Offering a level of sound quality that is far above competing receivers, these AVRs are audiophile products by any measure.
Equally at home with high-resolution surround sound or two-channel music, they deliver stunning realism with everything from heavy-weight blockbusters to your favourite concert video.
Further enhancing the performance of the new AVR 390, Arcam has also included the very latest room correcting technology from Dirac Research.
Dirac Live® for Arcam gives us the ability to tune the acoustic performance of the system to any room situation giving the listener the best possible experience in their own home.
Together with Arcam’s legendary amplifier technology, Dolby Atmos delivers captivating sound that places and moves audio anywhere in the room, including overhead, to bring entertainment alive all around the audience.
Whether you are listening to music, movies, television shows or playing your favourite video games, Dolby Atmos delivers the full impact of the entertainment experience.
Note: for a 7.1.4 system, an additional 4-channel amplifier (or two 2-channel power amplifiers) is required.
Both video and audio stages are designed to embrace both current and upcoming technologies. HDMI2.0a with HDCP2.2 4K “Ultra HD” and 3D video capability are built in.
An internal tuner provides a fully integrated FM / DAB / DAB+ radio solution.
Worldwide access to internet radio stations is provided through the network connection, which also interfaces to UPnP audio servers.
The USB port supports memory devices.
Control is possible via Ethernet, enabling it to be fully integrated with whole house control systems, or via the iOS MusicLife UPnP/control app.
RS232, 12V triggers and standard IR control are also included.
The AVR390 is designed in the UK.
Technical Specifications AVR 390
Continuous power output, per channel, 8Ω (AVR390)
2 channels driven, 20Hz – 20kHz, <0.02% THD – 80W
2 channels driven, 1kHz, 0.2% THD – 86W
7 channels driven, 1kHz, 0.2% THD – 60W
Residual noise & hum (A-wtd) – <0.15mV
Audio Performance (Stereo line inputs)
Signal/noise ratio (A-wtd, stereo direct) – 110dB
Frequency response – 20Hz—20kHz ± 0.1dB
HDMI – x7 (HDMI2.0a, HDCP2.2), 1 MHL compatible
HDMI – Z1 x2 (out1 ARC, HDMI2.0a, HDCP2.2, out2 HDMI2.0a, HDCP2.2), Z2 x1 (HDMI2.0a, HDCP2.2)
HDMI – x7, Coax SPDIF – x4, Toslink – x2, RCA Phono – x6,
3.5mm aux, USB input, Ethernet Client, Internet Radio, ARC (from display)
7.1.4 Pre-amp output – 12x RCA Phono
Zone 2 output – RCA Phono
FM / DAB / DAB+ (in appropriate markets)
Supported Surround Modes Include
Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround
DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-ES 6.1 Discrete, DTS-ES 6.1 Matrix, DTS 5.1
12V Trigger x2
IR in x2
6V rSeries PSU x1
Power consumption (max) – 1.5kW (approx. 5200 BTU/hour)
Power consumption (standby) – <0.5W
Dimensions & Weights
W x D (inc. speaker terminals) x H (inc. feet) – 433 x 425 x 171mm
Weight (net) – 16.7kg
Weight (packed) – 20.0kg