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Both units are 9.2-channelled and have almost equal power but Denon loses a bit because its figures are 105/8 W/Ohm vs 110W from Marantz. The Denon AVR-X3600H AV receiver with nine discrete amplifiers on board is capable of decoding DTS: X and Dolby Atmos object-oriented 3D sound formats in the maximum possible 7.2.2-channel configuration or in 7.2.4-channel using an additional stereo power. Available in DTS Virtual: X format and Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization technology that mimics the sound of ceiling speakers in DC systems that are not equipped with specialized speakers. IMAX Enhanced technology is supported with a special version of the DTS codec, which allows you to get the same highest quality sound.
For amplification, the Marantz SR6014 receiver uses HDAM modules with current feedback, which allow you to get a clean dynamic sound and cope with a low-impedance load (4 Ohms), and a special eco-mode helps the receiver save energy. For reliable signal reception, the Marantz SR6014 uses 2-band Wi-Fi. There is support for Bluetooth and AirPlay 2 (allows you to organize a multi-room based on Apple devices). The Marantz SR6014 model can be integrated into the HEOS wireless ecosystem.
The Marantz SR6014 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Marantz SR6014 price