Dec 27, 2019Read More
The 9.2-channel flagship Marantz SR7011 supports such current 3D audio formats as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X in a 5.1.4-channel configuration, and after a paid software update, another Auro-3D sound format is available. The model is equipped with nine amplifiers with a power of 125 W each (8 Ohms). The SR7011 is a feature-rich device, and this year Marantz added support for multi-room HEOS technology, updated audio components, DSD 5.6 MHz streaming, the new Audyssey app, and Crestron Connect support.
When doing Marantz SR7011 vs Denon AVRX6300H comparison, I found out this unit lets its user enjoy superb surround sound. It is Denon's first 11.2-channel receiver with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro 3D Surround support. Auro 3D support is available when upgrading firmware. Its output power is 145W at 4 Ohms. The extensive wireless capabilities of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Apple Airplay, supporting streaming and playing music, and built-in HEOS technology will make the AVR-X6300H the heart of a multi-room system throughout the house. HEOS lets you enjoy your preferred music anywhere in your home.