Experience high-resolution surround sound with this Marantz 9.2-channel 4K UHD AV receiver. The one front-facing and seven rear HDMI ports offer simple connectivity, and voice-control support enables hands-free use. This Marantz 9.2-channel 4K UHD AV receiver features auto low-latency mode for an improved response while gaming, and the available Android and iOS apps offer increased control. Includes HDMI 4K Ultra HD and 3D pass-through technologies for compatibility with 3D TVs, Blu-ray players and gaming consoles and 4K Ultra HD TVs.
Works with Amazon Alexa
Easily control, monitor and schedule your electronics using your voice.
Connect to the Internet
Via built-in Wi-Fi for access to Pandora, Spotify and TIDAL.
HEOS wireless multi-room technology
Enjoy your favorite music virtually anywhere from your receiver.
4K and 3D passthrough
Allows high-quality 3D and 4K video through the receiver straight to your media device.
Stream audio from music services like Apple Music and Spotify or watch videos from services like Youtube and Netflix from any iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV and hear the audio perfectly synced to your speakers Airplay 2 sources.
110W RMS power x 2 channels
For powerful sound.
Surround sound decoders
Include Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and DTS Virtual:X for crystal surround sound.
Enables private listening.
Enables simple connection of a variety of USB-enabled devices.
Makes it easy to connect a variety of devices.
8 HDMI inputs, 3 HDMI outputs
HDMI cable not included. High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a full high-definition experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound.
Lets you control the receiver from afar.
Hi-Res audio support
Lets you enjoy high-quality audio playback via LAN, USB, Bluetooth.
For additional information please see the Specifications Tab
Marantz SR 9.2-Ch. Bluetooth Capable With HEOS 4K Ultra HD HDR Compatible A/V Home Theater Receiver
Watts Per Channel RMS
HDR, 2160 (4K), 3D
Maximum Video Resolution
USB Type A, HDMI, Composite video, RCA, Toslink optical, 3.5mm audio, Banana Jack/Screw Terminals
Just got this a week ago. It is replacing my 12 year old Pioneer VSX-94TXH. I considered the alternatives from their sister company, Denon, but it was a year older design so lacked a couple features, and I wanted Marantz's HDAM circuit boards and some other spec highlights. I am very impressed. It has up to 9.2 channels (I only need 5.1 for now), all kinds of connection options, supports all the latest standards (including IMAX), has a decent remote (although no backlight), dual band wifi and Bluetooth (and air play for you Apple users), and supports HEOS remote speakers (but not Sonos). It supports ATMOS for speakers in the ceiling, which I don't have yet, but it also has a "virtualization" feature to simulate those speakers....subtle, but it is there. It provides a very easy to follow set up process, including using Audyssey MultEQ XT32.
Most importantly, the sound is phenomenal for both video and music sources.....wow, what a step up from my old unit!
The reason I took one star away is the display...or the almost total lack there of. The "porthole" design on this model is next to useless. OK, if you are watching your TV, all the needed Marantz controls pop up on the TV to show you what the current setup is, and what changes could be made....all very useful and well done. However, if you are just listening to audio, well, good luck....text on the porthole is VERY hard to see. I get close enough to use it, or flip on the TV to make changes. Marantz does give you a free app so you can control this all from your phone, but I guess I'm just old school and would rather not need another device. The next model up gives you a usable display under the front flap, but it is still last year's model. The Denon alternatives, all of which have a useful display, are also last year's models.
I will also note that if you are less picky, the Denon's are a good alternative, with many of the same features, quality construction (although different internally), AND a full display. In my tests, their sound was a little sharper, but still excellent. You might take a look and give it a comparative listen.
But I prefer the Marantz, and I'm happy with it and will cope with the poor display.
Ease of Use
I would recommend this to a friend
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