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The Marantz SR5013 has an amplifier section that delivers 180 W/channel. Enhanced Audyssey MultEQ XT technology helps you customize the sound to the speaker set. Also, support for 3D sound formats allows to fully immerse in the deep sound of modern soundtracks. The receiver is compatible with the specifications of 4K/60 Hz video, including support for Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log-Gamma. HEOS technology is used to integrate the receiver into a multiroom network, thanks to which the SR5013 becomes a sound source. In addition, this device is equipped with Bluetooth and the second generation of AirPlay.
The Yamaha RX-A880 produces 100 W/channel at 8 Ohm, and also, 160 W/channel at 4 Ohm in 2-channel mode versus Marantz SR5013 where amplifier has only one mode of work. Burr-Brown DACs are used in the RX-A880. The unit features the MusicCast Surround technology, which enables connecting the 5.1-channel configuration of wireless speakers. The RX-A880 received Wi-Fi, AirPlay, and Bluetooth. In addition to Marantz SR5013 vs Yamaha RX-A880 review, it needs to mention the support of Hi-Res formats, because the SR5013 has a wider list of supported formats, including even AIFF in comparison to the RX-A880.