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Yes, ARC calibrates all 12 channels.


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Anthem new Receiver and Processor support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X

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Yes, ARC calibrates all 12 channels.


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It actually calibrates 11 channels. Although there are two sub outs, it calibrates it as if it were one sub iirc.

Edit...FWIW, the sub calibration is actually pretty amazing. You can run sweeps on the subs prior to running the calibration until you get them dialed in and then run ARC. It really is quite nice to be able to do that with all the speakers.

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Actually that is 12 channels (7 floor, 4 ceiling, 1 sub). But it's fair to point out that all subs are EQ'd as one entity.
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3 front + 4 surround + 4 height + 1 LFE = 12 channels


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Actually that is 12 channels (7 floor, 4 ceiling, 1 sub). But it's fair to point out that all subs are EQ'd as one entity.
Omigosh. Back to elementary school for me haha.

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On another note, I'm curious to see if there's a way to set up the receiver so that "0" volume represents reference level sound? I have done the ARC calibration and watched Deadpool last night. At "32" on the receiver I was getting an average of 75db using a db meter on my android at 13' away from my LCR speakers. Anyone know a way to do this?

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^^ You are set up to use absolute volume but you want it to be relative volume instead. Should be somewhere in the settings, but I can't tell you where since I don't own one of these (yet).

Related to that, while nearly every other AVR's room correction sets up speaker trims so that "0" on the relative scale is reference, my recollection of prior MRX models is that ARC sets trims such that -10 dB is reference. Am I remembering right and, if so, has that changed with the x20 models?
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Depending on the source, I listen to the 1120 at ~75 dB (-30) for normal listening. Critical listening, I bump up to ~85 dB (-24) which was great for "13 Hours" we just watched in Atmos...sounded fantastic.

That said, I remember something about volume offset but will have to look it up.


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A few ? For MRX-720 users...what if any "bugs" have you encountered with your Anthem so far? Would you still buy it again ?What AVR did your 720 replace? What other brands/models did you consider before buying your Anthem?Thanks for any feedback it is much appreciated!!
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A few ? For MRX-720 users...what if any "bugs" have you encountered with your Anthem so far? Would you still buy it again ?What AVR did your 720 replace? What other brands/models did you consider before buying your Anthem?Thanks for any feedback it is much appreciated!!
I am a MRX-1120 owner, but since that is really a "bigger" version of the 720, I will chime in here.

I did have an initial issue out of the box with a very loud "POP" sound after the receiver turned off. It took a little bit, but Anthem got me squared away. I have since chalked it up to being an early adopter of a new product and have not have that issue, or any other issue, since.

Some people talk about network connectivity problems, but I've never experienced it and there are some firmware updates designed to address the issues that were reported.

Outside of that, I really like the 1120. I have never purchased a receiver that cost this much, and I know that I could have found a solution cheaper elsewhere that would get me to 7.1.4, but I wanted a single box running it all.

ARC is super easy to use, and the impact is quite impressive.

Previously I was using an Onkyo TX-NR709, which I really liked Audyssey on for a 7.1 setup. It was a solid receiver for me, but the sound quality out of the Anthem is just amazing.
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A few ? For MRX-720 users...what if any "bugs" have you encountered with your Anthem so far? Would you still buy it again ?What AVR did your 720 replace? What other brands/models did you consider before buying your Anthem?Thanks for any feedback it is much appreciated!!
I picked up a MRX-720 back in March which replaced a Lexicon MC-1. The MC-1 was a great pre-amp for its time but I started to run into problems with newer source devices and audio formats that finally pushed me over the edge to have to upgrade.

Since the MC-1 was a pre-amp, I already had 5 channels of external amplification so it made sense (to me) to get the MRX-720 over the MRX-1120 or the AVM-60. I could get a full 7.1.4 setup using my existing amps + the built in amps of the MRX-720.

I know there were / are some issues related to the network setup but I personally didn't run into any of them. I'm able to run ARC from my laptop on my Wifi network while the MRX-720 is connect via Ethernet. Also Play-Fi works fine no matter what device or network connection (WiFi or Ethernet) I'm on.

The things I did run into were not really bugs but more limitations of the MRX-720. Example. I really wanted to use 2 of my external amp channels to power my rear speakers. So I configured the built in rear channels to be my height 1 amps and connected the rear pre-amp outputs to my external amps. Doing the speaker test tones it sounded like the MRX-720 had the speaker layout correct but when playing an Atmos movie I noticed I wasn't getting any sound out of my rear speakers. An email to supported resulted in being told that due to how audio is routed or what not inside the MRX-720 that this configuration I was trying to use would not work so I ended up having to use my external amps for the heights and the internal amps for what they were pre-assigned for. In the end I likely wouldn't have noticed any big difference between using my external amps with my rear speakers vs the internal amps so no biggie.

Before I picked up the MRX-720 I considered the Marantz 8802a, the NAD M17 and a few others. After reading many reviews and talking to my long time A/V dealers, it just made more sense to go with the MRX-720. Pretty much anything I would have upgraded to would be a night and day difference to what was coming from (MC-1). The MRX-720 would allow me to go full 7.1.4 without having to but additional amps. The MRX-720 supported all the current video standards and audio formats (or will soon once the DTS-X enabled firmware is released). Plus I've read that ARC was awesome and it was priced nicely.

Would I buy the MRX-720 again? At the point in time I purchased it, yep. Heck, even if I had to decided right now (a few months later) I still would since I don't think anything else has come to the market to make me change my mind.
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I had an Onkyo 806, so this was a pretty big upgrade for me. I had a few connectivity issues, but I got it working eventually. The fun part was the ability to see on my computer what was going on with my speakers in the room. I was able to move my subs around and keep rechecking until I got as flat a response as possible then let arc do the rest. The mic is so much superior to the Audyssey one from the 806 (made it look like a toy).

On a few occasions, I've noticed what sounds like a small split second crackle between video switching. Minor.

The biggest concern for me WRT a receiver is sound. I don't need all the bells and whistles. It's strictly for home theatre, so play fi, multi room capabilities is a non-issue for me. The sound that came out of my speakers post calibration was revelatory. Yes, arc calibrates as if there was one sub, but again you can tweak before running arc. I ended up having super tight bass and crystal clear sound that is easy on the ears even at reference. I watched the Mumford and Sons Concert on Blu and could easily discern every bass note and I couldn't before on my onkyo.

Would I buy it again? Heck yes! I considered the Marantz 8802a as well, but research and my local AV shop convinced me the Anthem was the way to go.

TL;DR - if sound is the most important factor for you, the current gen Anthem is your best bet IMHO.
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What is the usual cycle for an Anthem product? Upgrades every year? Is is too late to get an 1120 now?


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What is the usual cycle for an Anthem product? Upgrades every year? Is is too late to get an 1120 now?
Definitely not.

Jan 2011: 300/500/700 released
Jan 2014: 310/510/710 released
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Anthem new Receiver and Processor support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X

Ok thx. I'm trying to make my mind right now, waiting on Onkyo and looking at Arcam. In the end, the 1120 is the only one to offer native 11.2 with a top notch calibration system. Price is a problem but I already spent +10k in the last 6 months to upgrade everything so... My VISA tells me the 4.7k is a no brainer. Still my reason tells me otherwise ;-) But spending so much on an AVR is just not my usual policy. These things are so much important in a setup, however technology evolves too quickly (looking at you HDMI...).


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You could save by getting the 720 and an inuke nu4 6000...
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Also, don't forget to ask your dealer for a discount. Mine offered a cash discount.


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I have a 720 and ADCOM 7605, sounds great!
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For me the issue happens with Dolby Volume on or off. One of the options that was mentioned to me by support that might be considered is to use the Dolby volume setting to fix the issue by adjusting the pause between audio format changes to be slightly longer when Dolby volume is set to on. They have not confirmed that this is what they were going to do to fix this popping sound issue but did bring it up as an option.


As a side note, I've started recently using Dolby volume with leveler set to off and I'm liking the results for night time watching.
I originally didn't give this option a try. I did not know I could disable the leveler adjustments and just keep the frequency response adjustments.



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never used dolby volume since I got the receiver. maybe will have to try if it provides a potential band aid fix.

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Installed the mrx 1120 last night; coming off of a Onkyo NR626. Noticed a big difference in sound quality. I have a 7.1.4 system with in ceiling speakers. Atmos is very cool and I would compare it to using surround for the first time... it was a big jump.

I haven't even calibrated the room yet or upgraded my main speakers.

If you can afford it the 1120 is the way to go. The only compliant I would have is that you have to upgrade the firmware via USB... it should be done over the internet. Other than that the menu system is better than the onkyo.
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Installed the mrx 1120 last night; coming off of a Onkyo NR626. Noticed a big difference in sound quality. I have a 7.1.4 system with in ceiling speakers. Atmos is very cool and I would compare it to using surround for the first time... it was a big jump.

I haven't even calibrated the room yet or upgraded my main speakers.

If you can afford it the 1120 is the way to go. The only compliant I would have is that you have to upgrade the firmware via USB... it should be done over the internet. Other than that the menu system is better than the onkyo.
Sweet! Grats. Now, get it calibrated and prepare to be even more impressed. Then go get some Atmos demos (google it). The Goosebumps movie is actually my current favourite movie for Atmos. One scene in particular will make you proud to own an Atmos setup.
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Still no mrx 720 or 1120 in germany! Any reason for that?


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And nearly impossible to find in Switzerland. Hard to make prices go down. I'll stick with Denon and get the X6300 I think.


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Ok thx. I'm trying to make my mind right now, waiting on Onkyo and looking at Arcam. In the end, the 1120 is the only one to offer native 11.2 with a top notch calibration system. Price is a problem but I already spent +10k in the last 6 months to upgrade everything so... My VISA tells me the 4.7k is a no brainer. Still my reason tells me otherwise ;-) But spending so much on an AVR is just not my usual policy. These things are so much important in a setup, however technology evolves too quickly (looking at you HDMI...).


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I was in the same dilemma. In the end I picked up the 720 and a cheap Yamaha 2 chanell amp to power the reaming Atmos channels and I never looked back. Saved $1000.00 this way.

I am coming from an Onkyo 3030 which was a beast but the 720 is just that much better especially ARC. Now I know it really was a no brainer. The sheer SQ of this thing outstanding and the fact that you can EQ all channels separately is a HUGE plus. Very happy.

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Do we have an ETA on DTS:X firmware release?

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Trinnov ($$$$ processor) got the update last week so it is inching its way to Anthem from the chip OEM. Later this summer is what we were told.


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that sucks I am really itching to test it out now. The Atmos performance of this things is way better than my ex Onkyo was. I especially like the DSU it is very effective and nicely implemented.

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I agree, and very happy with DSU implementation


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My equipment: JVC RS-55, SI Performance 120" 1.3 gain, OPPO BDP-105, ANTHEM MRX-1120, QNAP 469L NAS, ROKU 4.
MartinLogan speakers and subs. M/ASlim5 Rack, CalMAN 5 Enthusiast/C6 meter.
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