Marantz Adds Two New Network A/V Receivers
Marantz has announced the addition of two new Network A/V receivers with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to its 2015 standard full-size home theater line-up, the SR6010 and SR7010 Premium Network A/V Receivers. Both products are expected to be available in October.
According to the company, the receivers “excel with brilliant home theater and stereo audio performance, paired with the latest in audio and video processing technology, wireless connectivity, and total ease-of-setup and use.”
The SR6010 ($1,399) offers 110 watts of power per channel, intended to fill even large home theaters with sound. The entire internal circuitry handles all signals in a current feedback topology before they reach the speakers. Marantz HDAM (Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module) technology, shared with Marantz Reference Series components, provides low-noise wideband performance in an all-discrete configuration. HDAMs provide signal-to-noise ratio, ultra-fast slew rate, ultra-wideband frequency response, and maximum dynamic range. The SR6010 comes equipped with a groundbreaking Dolby Atmos decoder and Dolby Surround up-mixer. The SR6010 can support a 5.1.2 Atmos configuration, but adding an external 2-channel amplifier will facilitate 5.1.4 or 7.1.2 configurations.