Dec 27, 2019
When we talk about an 11-channel AV receiver, an image of such a giant component is immediately born in the imagination. However, in the new Denon model a very sophisticated electronic filling is hidd...Read More
This model can work as part of the HEOS wireless multiroom system and has the chance of becoming the center of such a system. And due to the power amplifier which produces 140 W/channel, this receiver can compete for versus another model from the Denon AVR-X6500H vs Marantz SR8012 comparison. The 11 channel Denon AVC-X6500H does an excellent job of supporting two additional zones. There are eight HDMI 2.2 inputs with eARC and support for 4K HDR, Dolby Atmos and DTS: X compatibility and the ability to play high-resolution music audio from Deezer, TIDAL, SoundCloud and other popular streaming services.
Marantz SR8012 is based on the technical solutions used in reference to two-channel amplifiers. The central part of the copper-plated chassis is a massive shielded toroidal transformer. The flagship is able to decode the main formats of object-oriented 3D-sound: Dolby Atmos, DTS: X and Auro-3D. The receiver uses four DSP SHARCs and can scale any video to 4K resolution. For the auto-calibration of speakers, the Audyssey MultEQ XT32 system is used, which is complemented by a whole package of Audyssey technologies: Dynamic Volume, Dynamic EQ, LFC.
The Marantz SR8012 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Marantz SR8012 price