Marantz has announced yet another addition to its 2016 AV receiver line. The SR6011 builds upon the previously announced SR5011 by adding two extra channels of amplification. The nine-channel SR6011 can support a 7.1.2 or 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos speaker setup;.
The Performance I can dispense with the receiver’s qualifications as both a two-channel amplifier and a multichannel amp straightaway: It’s excellent. Denon rates it as “125 + 125 watts” while making no mention of all-channels power, an omission in which Brand D is far from alone. Whatever the case, the AVR-X4200W had no problem delivering satisfying levels from two-channel material, or movie- and music-surround programs, at high levels in my room. A punchy stereo recording like Keith Richards’ accidentally audiophile Main Offender CD produced solid thwack and grind in full-range (subwoofer-less) playback, all while retaining the surprising clarity and presence incorporated within Keef’s (as usual) rather buried vocals. A big-band-funk multichannel extravaganza like the Jaco Pastorius memorial/tribute Word of Mouth Revisited (SACD) yielded similar satisfactions: Horn stabs and slapped bass were snappy and butt-kickingly full of impact, while drummer Mark Griffith propelled everything with sharp, transient energy filled with ambient cues.
From Marantz Marantz continues to add to its 2016 home theater lineup with the SR6011, which follows the recently announced slim-design NR1607 and full-size SR5011. The Marantz SR6011 offers a step up in quality build and design, sonic performance and features for the advanced home cinema enthusiast. A key attribute in this price class is that it comes with nine power amplifiers that are each rated at 110 watts for greater flexibility in multiroom and 3D sound setups. It is expected to be available in September for $1,399.
Denon's mid-spread AVR-X4300H does the lot including 4K, HDR, immersive audio and even multiroom thanks to HEOS. If that wasn't enough you can pick it up.
Denon AVR-X6300H and AVR-X4300H 4K Receiver features: - 4K Ultra HD AV Receiver with built-in HEOS wireless technology - Dolby Atmos - DTS:X, .
Denon and Marantz have announced the introduction of a new Audyssey MultEQ Editor app that allows owners of select Denon and Marantz electronics (specific models are listed below) to further fine-tune their Audyssey speaker calibration. The MultEQ Editor app, which.
Understood, but keep in mind the Denon is more comparable to the SR7011, just a little lighter, but same power consumption spec that indicate the power supply maybe the same or equivalent, and no analog MCH input that most people would never use. Both have the same DAC, and if you look at pictures of the innards, D&M AVRs tend to look very similar to the point I believe the only main difference is the proprietary HDAM vs Denon's AL24/AL32. The 6011 is nice, and I do believe their lower end DAC won't make any audible difference, but knowing about it may have placebo effects on you.
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Denon and Marantz have announced the introduction of a new Audyssey MultEQ Editor app that allows owners of select Denon and Marantz electronics (specific models are listed below) to further fine-tune their Audyssey speaker calibration. The MultEQ Editor app, which is available for iOS and Android devices for $20, allows users to view and adjust their specific configuration results, see before and after results, edit target curves, adjust the overall EQ frequency rolloff from each channel pair, and more.
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Denon is known for both its feature-packed A/V receivers and its HEOS wireless multiroom audio systems. Now, it has finally combined the two in one package.
The new AVR-X4100W features a power amplifier with 200 watts per channel to create a stunning cinema sound and detailed music playback. Its advanced audio section includes the highest resolution audio decoders like Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. It also offers DTS Neo:X, Audyssey DSX and Dolby Pro Logic IIz for an even more realistic surround experience with additional height or wide speakers. For the ultimate in audio refinement, the AVR-X4100W features Denon’s own D.D.S.C.-HD circuit with renowned AL24 Processing Plus, and also has a Denon Link HD connection for jitter-free transmission from a supporting Denon Blu-ray player. Discerning consumers will also appreciate the fact that the new receiver features the most advanced Audyssey package including Audyssey MultEQ XT 32 (Pro ready) room calibration with Sub EQ HT and LFC.
Powerful 9 Channel Discrete Amplifier with ECO ModeThe AVR-X4300H features a sophisticated power amplifier section with all 9 channels configured identically, employing discrete high current capable power transistors. Each channel is rated at 200 watts and all channels are able to safely drive lower impedance speakers (down to 4 ohms). Denon’s intelligent ECO mode adjusts power consumption according to signal level, and there’s an on-screen Eco Mode display that lets you see in real time how much energy ECO mode is saving. Most remarkably, the 9 channel amplification allows for setting up a 7.1.2 or 5.1.4 3D experience without the need of an external amplifier. By the use of an external amplifier the setup can get extended to 7.1.4 as the AVR-X4300H features 11.2channel processing. If not in use for 3D audio the integrated amplifiers can get assigned to drive another pair of speakers in a second audio zone running a different source than the main room.
The AVR-X6300H is Denon’s new top of the line, offering a total of 11 channels at a claimed 140 watts per channel. Dolby Atmos and DTS:X 3D surround sound are supported out of the box, with Auro 3D also supported via an optional firmware upgrade. Whereas Denon’s other X-Series receivers support 7.1.4 3D surround configurations with an addition two-channel amplifier, this model can do it out of the box.
ISE 2017: Denon Presents HEOS AVR-X4300H 9. 2 Aqueduct Receiver.
Hello, I'm thinking of upgrading my Denon avr-x2100. I've gotten my eye on the arcam avr390 and denon avr-x4300. But i can't decide on what is best. I was very happy with the denon's interface and setup UI. I'm looking for a heavier power amp section. the denon definately has more power. de arcam is only 80w per channel. Any other pro's/cons for those receivers. any of you have any experience with those avr's? Thank you.