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Marantz SR7010

The flagship of the SR-Series is the new Marantz SR7010. It provides nine channels, and a signal processing up to 11.2. Thus Dolby Atmos is 7.1.4 no problem. The 200-watt output power and three HDMI outputs you get from September for 1699, - Euro or $


All nine-channel and above amplifiers support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X and Auro 3D.

HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0a are on board ensuring the AV amps are ready for 4K Ultra HD video.


Elsewhere there's a continued focus on stereo and multi-channel music performance, a new remote app and set up assistant, plus "class-leading" support for 3rd party control for the custom install market.
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My initial impression:
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13.2 Atmos

Since this receiver support 13.2 pre-out I am wondering if 9.2.4 is possible when adding a stereo amplifier.
From 7.2.4 to 9.2.4 should be created by generating front wide channels by DSP or am I wrong?
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Since this receiver support 13.2 pre-out I am wondering if 9.2.4 is possible when adding a stereo amplifier.
From 7.2.4 to 9.2.4 should be created by generating front wide channels by DSP or am I wrong?
Sorry, but no. Atmos 7.2.4 (ie. 11CH processing) is the max configuration on any consumer model <$10,000.
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Sorry, but no. Atmos 7.2.4 (ie. 11CH processing) is the max configuration on any consumer model <$10,000.
That's really too bad
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I can't wait to see a feature comparison between this Marantz, the X6200W, and the X7200W!
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Voici le fleuron de la gamme 2015 du constructeur, le Marantz SR7010, un superbe amplificateur 9.2 doté d’une puissance de 200 Watts sous 6 Ohms par canal, mais évidemment très proche de son prédécesseur SR7009. Comme les autres modèles, les nouveautés concernent la compatibilité HDCP 2.2, le DTS:X (en plus du Dolby Atmos déjà présent l’an dernier), et une mise à jour prochaine pour apporter l’Auro 3D. L’électronique a subit quelques petites améliorations comme la présence d’un nouveau DAC 32 bits, et d’un DSP Quad Core plus puissant. Il dispose 8 entrées et sorties HDMI 2.0 (upgradables en HDMI 2.0a), le Wi-Fi et Bluetooth intégré, des composants audiophiles haut de gamme, une horloge maître haute précision, des modules HDAM, un upscaling 4K/60, une sortie PreOut 13.2 assignable, une entrée analogique 7.1, l’Audyssey MultEQ XT32 Pro optimisé pour l’audio 3D avec le micro plus précis sortie l’an dernier, la gestion du DSD natif, la lecture gapless, etc.

Marantz SR7010 : ampli 9.2, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, MultEQ XT32 Pro, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2

Le Marantz SR7010, modèle phare de la gamme 2015 du constructeur embarque 9 amplificateurs de puissance discrets avec une puissance annoncée à 200 Watts sous 6 Ohms. Il gère évidemment tous les formats audio HD comme le DTS-HD et DTS:X 11.1, Dolby TrueHD et Atmos 7.2.4 (en ajoutant un bloc stéréo en PreOut) propose les modes Prologic IIz, DTS-Neo:X, Audyssey DSX, et MultiCh Stéréo, DTS Neural-X 11.2. Comme chez Denon, ce modèle sera mis à jour bientôt pour gérer l’Auro 3D et pour passer en HDMI 2.0a.

Cet ampli disposerait d’une construction rigoureuse avec une horloge maitre haute précision, des amortisseurs internes contre les interférences et vibrations, des modules HDAM (Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module) et circuit Curent Feedback, de AOP haute qualité, transistor MOFSET, un nouveau DAC 192 kHz/32 bits et trois DSP 32 bits et un nouveau DSP Quad Core pour gérer les tâches plus complexes comme les fonctions Audyssey optimisées pour l’audio 3D, pas mal de cuivre pour assembler les éléments (cartes et composants, connecteurs et vis). On trouve évidemment la calibration automatique Audyssey MulEQ XT32 compatible Audyssey Pro et Audio 3D et ses dérivés Audyssey LFC Pro, Dynamic EQ et Dynamic Volume avec le micro plus précis sorti l’an dernier qui permet de gérer également l’axe de la hauteur. Il embarque également une alimentation linéaire avec transformateur torique pour les cartes analogiques.

Cet ampli intègre, lui aussi, un scaler vidéo ADV8003 (upscaling 1080p et Ultra HD en 60 im/s) qui propose un post-traitement vidéo paramétrable (accentuation de la netteté et réducteur de bruit). Enfin, on peut désormais calibrer le signal grâce à la certification ISF, rarement utile sur un ampli, mais intéressant pour les diffuseurs limités en réglages colorimétriques.

Ce modèle gère le DSD du Super Audio CD avec un filtrage natif du DSD. Sa connectique est ultra complète avec des connecteurs de qualité, et une entrée analogique 7.1 (assez rare de nos jours) avec un mode Pure Audio donc non (re)numérisé. On trouve également une PreOut 13.2 assignable, 8 entrées (ont une en façade) et 2 sorties HDMI 2.0 compatibles ARC, CEC, Deep Color, 3D, 1080/24p et Ultra HD (Passthrough 2160p/60 et upscaling 2160p/24, 30, 50 et 60 im/s). Cette année, toutes les entrées HDMI et 1 sortie sont compatibles HDCP 2.2. On trouve également 2 entrées Coaxial, 2 Optique, 2 entrées/1 sortie YUV, 2 entrées/1 sortie Composite, 4 RCA stéréo, Antenne FM/AM, ports Ethernet et USB, RS-232C, et 11 paires de borniers dont six assignables. Et donc, comme l’an dernier, le Wi-Fi et Bluetooth sont intégrés grâce à deux antennes placées derrière.


La prise en charge réseau est présente avec l’accès aux webradios, et une gestion multimédia avec la possibilité de lire du MP3, WMA, AAC, ALAC, FLAC en 192 kHz/ 24 bits, DSD64 et 128 et AIFF via USB et en streaming depuis un NAS, PC ou MAC (UPnP) avec gestion de la lecture Gapless. Il propose la compatibilité Windows 7 et 8, l’accès à vTuner, Flickr et Spotify Connect, et surtout l’AirPlay pour streamer la musique et l’audio des films depuis votre PC, tablettes iPad ou iPhone. On peut même connecter ses iDevices au port USB directement pour lire la musique (pas de composite pour afficher les photos ou vidéos). Notez également qu’une nouvelle application Marantz Remote App sera proposée, là aussi plus évoluée qu’avant.

Caractéristiques techniques du Marantz SR7010:

  • Amplificateur 9.2 compatible 3D et 4K
  • 9 canaux d’amplification discrets :
    • 9 x 200W (6ohm, 1kHz, THD 1%, 1ch driven)
    • 9 x 165W (6ohm, 1kHz, THD 0.7%, 2ch driven)
    • 9 x 125W (8ohm, 20Hz-20kHz,THD 0.08%)
  • DTS HD Master Audio, DTS:X 11.2, DTS 5.1, DTS ES, DTS 96/24, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos 7.2.4, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIz, All Stéréo, Auddysey DSX, DTS-NEO-X 11.2, DTS-Neural:X 11.2
  • Futures mises à jour pour Auro 3D, HDMI 2.0a
  • MDAX2 : amélioration des flux audio compressés lossy
  • 8 entrées HDMI 2.0 et 3 sorties HDMI 2.0 : HDCP 2.2, ARC, Zone 2, 3D, Deep Color, xvColor, 1080/24p, CEC, 4K & Quad HD Passthrough (2160p/60 en 4:4:4 et 8 bits, ou 2160p/24 en 4:4:4 12 bits)
  • 3 Sources / 3 Zones : possibilité de diffuser différentes sources connectées en HDMI via HDMI out + HDMI Zone 2
  • Compatible bus Remote Marantz
  • Audyssey MultEQ XT32 (compatible Audyssey Pro), Dynamic Volume, Dynamic EQ,et LFC Pro, gestion des formats audio 3D
  • Headphone EQ
  • Micro de calibration plus précis fourni
  • Standby HDMI Pass through compatible 4K/60
  • Processeur Video Analog Device AD V8003 : upscaling 1080p & Ultra HD 2160p/60, post-traitement vidéo paramétrable & Certification ISF
  • Qualité de construction et audio revue à la hausse
  • Horloge maitre haute précision, amortisseurs et bouclier contre les interférences
  • 3 DSP 32 bits , DAC 192/32, DSP Quad Core, modules HDAM, circuit à contre-réaction en courant
  • Alimentation linéaire avec transfo toroïdal et transistor MOFSET
  • Compatible DLNA, AirPlay, Windows 7 et 8, UPnP
  • OSD graphique amélioré avec assistant de configuration sur la sortie HDMI 1
  • Gestion du DSD
  • USB & UPnP : FLAC 192 khz, DSD128, AIFF, WAV 96 kHz, WMA, MP3, AAC, ALAC et lecture Gapless
  • DLNA 1.5 : Network Streaming, mise à jour auto, Radios internet vTuner, Flickr, Spotify
  • Made for iPad/iPod/iPhone : connexion directe via USB, Application Denon Remote
  • Contrôle IP/ Contrôle RS232 / Contrôle réseau / appli contrôle
  • Mode Pure audio, Direct et MDAX2
  • Wi-Fi et Bluetooth intégrés (2 antennes à l’arrière) : codec aptX
  • Entrée analogique 7.1 et Sortie PreOut 13.2
  • Optimisation des fréquences graves pour les enceintes frontales si utilisation sans caisson de grave
  • Façade avant avec deux boutons (source, volume)
  • Consommation : 710W
  • Télécommande programmable avec écran digital rétroéclairé
  • Nouveau mode ECO et nouvelle application
http://www.avcesar.com/actu/id-17169...-dtsx-111.html

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There's no reason to start another thread when an Official thread for the SR7010 has already been started. Please direct all questions regarding this model in the following thread ....


https://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-rec...-s-thread.html
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The 200-watt output power and three HDMI outputs you get from September for 1699, - Euro or $
I think it's around £1,699 in the UK too, so between 30 and 50% more expensive depending on exchange rate. I think that for me it'll be between this and the 6200 as although I have a 7 channel power amp (Arcam P7) if I go for an AVR I'll be able to use the internal amps for the 4 height channels and my better power amp (and miniDSP DDRC88A) for the 'main' 7 channels.

I don't mind there being a separate thread for this AVR as a single thread tends to get very long, very quickly. Perhaps selfishly, I'm not interested in the lower tier models in the 'main' thread anyway, though I do own an NR1605 I've bought it recently so I'm not likely to upgrade it for an NR1606.

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You're also not the one answering the majority of the questions which tend to be the same answer for all models.
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Sorry, but no. Atmos 7.2.4 (ie. 11CH processing) is the max configuration on any consumer model <$10,000.
Humm, Included picture DOES show a 9.2.4 setup?!
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You're also not the one answering the majority of the questions which tend to be the same answer for all models.
I don't know...I answer questions about the NR1605/1606 elsewhere, so if I got a 7010 I'm sure I'd be answering questions on that too. They aren't necessarily questions that relate to the more powerful models too, so there is some benefit from separate threads IMHO.

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Always the same weakness on the denon and marrantz ,are only true 9 chanels ,I kept my onkyo tx-nr 3030 this receptor av have 11 discret true chanels ,you need nothing for make 11 chanels .

marantz av 8805, 13 chanels, emotiva 2 xpa 5 gen1,1 emotiva xpa3 gen3, 7.4.6,4 speakers monitor 11 ,2 paradigm studio 100 v2,4 ceillings speakers ss82w sweet spot earthquake ,2 earthquake ecs-8.0,1 center Paradigm cc390,4 subs klipsch r-sw112 sw.antimod 8033 perfect bass kit paradigm, Buttkicker amplificateur lfe 1000 watts, , tv oled 65e6p,, room 12x25x7,bluray player oppo bdp 203,4coolers ac infinity s9 fan.
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Always the same weakness on the denon and marrantz ,are only true 9 chanels ,I kept my onkyo tx-nr 3030 this receptor av have 11 discret true chanels ,you need nothing for make 11 chanels .
Same weakness? Hardly. The Onkyo NR3030 is the only AVR < $5000 that has 11 amps on board.
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I pay my onkyo tx3030 2,200 dollars ,not 5000 dollars.

marantz av 8805, 13 chanels, emotiva 2 xpa 5 gen1,1 emotiva xpa3 gen3, 7.4.6,4 speakers monitor 11 ,2 paradigm studio 100 v2,4 ceillings speakers ss82w sweet spot earthquake ,2 earthquake ecs-8.0,1 center Paradigm cc390,4 subs klipsch r-sw112 sw.antimod 8033 perfect bass kit paradigm, Buttkicker amplificateur lfe 1000 watts, , tv oled 65e6p,, room 12x25x7,bluray player oppo bdp 203,4coolers ac infinity s9 fan.
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After my 818 it'll take more than a couple of extra built in power amps to dissuade me from looking at Marantz or Denon for my next AVR.

I use a separate (better quality/higher output) power amp anyway, so the extra 4 power amp channels I need are already included and are good enough for the less critical Atmos ceiling channels anyway. So long as whichever AVR I buy can process 7.1.4 and allow the above power amp configuration, then I'll focus on buying something that doesn't sound like nails on a blackboard to me...

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What's new in the 2015 model compared to previous model (SR7009)?
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What's new in the 2015 model compared to previous model (SR7009)?
DTS:X and HDCP 2.2 support...
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Well I am almost complete with my HT upgrading. Acquired a 3D, 4K TV, a matching subwoofer for my existing, two height speakers, and an Oppo 103D. The only item missing was an updated Receiver. Now I have just pre-ordered the Marantz SR7010. The pre-order price was $1,650 and while MSRP has not yet been announced, I believe my cost will end up being a good deal/value. Can't wait to receive it, whenever that is.
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Well I am almost complete with my HT upgrading. Acquired a 3D, 4K TV, a matching subwoofer for my existing, two height speakers, and an Oppo 103D. The only item missing was an updated Receiver. Now I have just pre-ordered the Marantz SR7010. The pre-order price was $1,650 and while MSRP has not yet been announced, I believe my cost will end up being a good deal/value. Can't wait to receive it, whenever that is.
Where did you pre-order it from?
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I would have thought it would be about 2k..
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I believe it will be but this was a pre-order and therefore they have my money for a couple months with a commitment before they even have them in stock. I think due to this, they are willing to offer a lower price on a pre-order.
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That's cool. Its a nice looking receiver.
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any news when is it going to be in stores in US/Europe?
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I had heard Sept, Oct. A couple other websites I saw were saying Sept. but nothing official from D&M.
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On the Marantz website.

http://www.us.marantz.com/us/Product...oductId=SR7010

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http://www.akm.com/akm/en/aboutus/ne...58Marantz_001/

These are the DACs in the SR7010. Does anyone know how they compare with the DACs in the Denon X6200 or 7200WA?
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These are the DACs in the SR7010. Does anyone know how they compare with the DACs in the Denon X6200 or 7200WA?
The Denon X4200W and X6200W use the same DAC while the X7200WA uses multiple AK4490s.
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Any reviews anywhere. I want to know how much power it puts out on the test bench...
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