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Old 10-04-2022, 09:31 PM   #1
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Default New 2023 Marantz Pre/Pro (AV 10)

Reference 15.4 Channel Balanced Processor with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X Pro Auro 3D, IMAX Enhanced and 8K Ultra HD, and HEOS® Built-in streaming. AV 10 is a reference-level AV processor.

Full press release with other AV receiver offerings as well:

Marantz Unveils New ‘Cinema’ Series Of Xbox Series X And PS5-Friendly AV Receivers And Amps
John Archer 06:49am EDT

Marantz has taken the wraps of a five-strong new range of AVR receivers and amps packed with the cutting edge technologies today’s ever-expanding home entertainment world demands. Including bug-free support over their HDMI loop throughs for both 8K video and, more importantly in today’s media landscape, the 4K/120Hz and variable refresh rate features so important to today’s cutting edge gaming world.

The five new models from top to bottom are: The AV 10 Processor (£5,999/€6,999/$7,000) and AMP 10 (£5,999/€6,999/$7,000) combi, the Cinema 40 AVR (£2,399/€2,799/$3,500), the Cinema 50 (£1,699/€2,000/$2,500) AVR, the Cinema 60 (£1,249/€1,350/$1,700) AVR, and the Cinema 70s (£849/€1,000/$1,200).

The AV 10 processor and AMP 10 16-channel amp

The flagship AV 10 and AMP 10 are built on Marantz’s HDAM technology (featuring Hyper-Dynamic Amplifier Modules claimed to be capable of operating with almost zero background noise) and are designed to partner up to become the heart of a reference-level entertainment system that would give you 16 channels of amplification, and seven HDMI inputs complete with 8K and 4K/120Hz compatibility.

The Cinema 40 AVR will provide an 11.4-channel configuration with a healthy 125W of power per channel, while its premium design will feature an aluminium front panel to give it a look befitting of its position so high up Marantz’s new range.

The Cinema 50 AVR keeps the 11.4 channel count, but drops the power per channel to a still impressive 110W. Marantz describes this model as ‘perfect for discerning movie and music enthusiasts seeking to create an immersive home theater with rich tonal qualities and lifelike dynamics’.

The Marantz Cinema 40

The Cinema 60 drops the channel count to 7.2 and the power per channel to 100W, and is described as ‘ideally suited for dedicated home theater applications as well as multi-purpose media rooms of any size.’ A version with DAB radio reception built in will be available in the UK and Europe for £50/€50 more than the standard Cinema 60.

The Cinema 70s, finally, boasts a slim design capable of pushing out 7.2 channels of sound with 50W of power each. And for the avoidance of doubt, yes, even this entry level model still carries 8K and 4K/120Hz VRR support.

As well as lots of channels and oodles of power, all of the new Cinema range will decode the Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object based sound formats, as well as offering room optimization across multiple inputs, HEOS multi-room support, and streamed playback of personal music libraries, podcasts and so on via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and AirPlay 2.

The Marantz Cinema 60.

The latest AVRs also seek to increase their appeal to custom installers as well as end users by including both voice control compatibility and a brand new high definition graphical user interface.

The Cinema series is set to go on sale at the end of October, kicking off with the Cinema 50 and Cinema 60 models.

Last edited by RageATL; 02-16-2023 at 08:19 PM.
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