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7.2-channel AV receiver supports DTS:X and Dolby Atmos formats and provides 90 watts per channel at 6 ohms. Available DTS Virtual:X codec and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology to simulate the sound of ceiling or specialized speakers in multi-channel systems that are not equipped with such speakers. There is also 4K upscaling on board. The AV receiver is also capable of operating as part of the HEOS wireless ecosystem. All components of the HEOS system can be controlled with a single application and broadcast audio to them from smartphones, streaming services and local networks. At the same time, you can synchronize the playback of the same audio track in different rooms or ensure the transfer of selected content to the selected group of HEOS devices.
Marantz SR5014 is a 7.2-channel AV receiver that supports the same formats as his opponent. Advanced HDMI eARC connectivity: 8 HDMI inputs (1 front) with full HDCP 2.3 support, plus two HDMI outputs, one of which supports eARC. High Definition Video Processing: Through pass through video with full resolution 4K / 60 Hz, 4: 4: 4 color coding, support for HDR 10 and BT.2020, plus compatibility with Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG). Exclusive components that take Marantz sonic writing to new heights: Marantz HDAM branded modules for more detailed and dynamic sound.
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