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Marantz SR5013 is a multifunctional device that copes with both Hi-Res audio playback and 4K video output. For the most accurate audio playback, the SR5013 uses professional 32-bit DACs, HDAM modules, and current feedback circuitry. The model has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth on board and works with the AirPlay 2 protocol. For controlling the Marantz SR5013, users can use the Marantz AVR Remote application or a standard remote control. Both models reviewed in the Marantz SR5013 vs Denon AVR-X2500H review model use the Audyssey MultEQ calibration system, but the SR5013 has additional functions - Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ.
Denon AVR-X2500H has powerful amplifiers and a power supply, so it produces up to 95 W/channel in nominal mode, but it loses a little in power in comparison to the SR5013 (100 W/channel at 8 ohms). The AVR-X2500H also has decoders for all multichannel audio formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS: X, as well as DTS Virtual: X. All Denon AVR-X2500H channels, use AK4490 EQ DACs. There is also access to popular online services. Provided in the Denon AVR-X2500H can be connected to the proprietary multi-room system HEOS. As additional features include a built-in Bluetooth module and support for AirPlay 2.