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Marantz SR5012 and SR6012 AV Receivers Announced

The latest updates to the Marantz AVR lineup are the SR5012 and SR6012. Both offer HEOS, 4K UHD Video, and 3D immersive audio.

Click this link to read more: Marantz SR6012 & SR5012 AV Receivers Launched

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And still no return of the Wides that exist on the 6010.

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I wonder if multi-channel flac is supported. My SR-7009 only supports 2-channel flac.

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Mark, I think you missed mentioning Dolby Vision in that news post.
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Mark, I think you missed mentioning Dolby Vision in that news post.
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So how does the 6012 differ from the 6011? the 6011 is on clearance for around a grand so I was thinking of picking that up. Thoughts or would you suggest a different 11.2 capable AVR for around a grand? or is there enough of a difference and I should just spend the $1500 on this?

This would be a decent upgrade for me from my Onkyo 646 thats for sure.

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I wonder what's left to include on the 7012 if not, maybe, 13 or 15 channels? maybe 4 discrete sub channels?

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So how does the 6012 differ from the 6011? the 6011 is on clearance for around a grand so I was thinking of picking that up. Thoughts or would you suggest a different 11.2 capable AVR for around a grand? or is there enough of a difference and I should just spend the $1500 on this?

This would be a decent upgrade for me from my Onkyo 646 thats for sure.
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So how does the 6012 differ from the 6011? the 6011 is on clearance for around a grand so I was thinking of picking that up. Thoughts or would you suggest a different 11.2 capable AVR for around a grand? or is there enough of a difference and I should just spend the $1500 on this?

This would be a decent upgrade for me from my Onkyo 646 thats for sure.
It's a trend across multiple areas of consumer electronics that the latest model is pretty much the same platform, just with the most recent major firmware update preinstalled.

But, perhaps there is some hardware goodness to it too. I'd point to forthcoming eARC support as another new feature.
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I wonder what's left to include on the 7012 if not, maybe, 13 or 15 channels? maybe 4 discrete sub channels?
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With 11.2 preamp outs, the SR6012 can serve as a pre/pro. Alternatively, you could add a 5-channel or 7-channel amp to handle L/C/R and surrounds while the AVR’s built-in amps handle the height channels. Additionally, the SR6012 can be used in 5.1 and 7.1 configurations, where the extra channels perform tasks such as bi-amplifying speakers, or powering a second zone.
I know I'm waiting for the SR8012 (if they make it) this way I can use my SR8500 as an amp to run the heights and rear while the 8012 handles the 5.1 section.

I guess the plus side to all these channels is that when you upgrade you can still use your old equipment.

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It's a trend across multiple areas of consumer electronics that the latest model is pretty much the same platform, just with the most recent major firmware update preinstalled.

But, perhaps there is some hardware goodness to it too. I'd point to forthcoming eARC support as a hint that HDMI 2.1 will be a part of that update. Notably the current specifications don't discuss what revision of HDMI is featured on this AVR.
Not likely .... as HDMI 2.1 is a hardware update. Look for HDMI 2.1 on the 2018 models at the earliest. eARC is a feature of HDMI 2.1 that can be split out and updated via a firmware update.
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Not likely .... as HDMI 2.1 is a hardware update. Look for HDMI 2.1 on the 2018 models at the earliest. eARC is a feature of HDMI 2.1 that can be split out and updated via a firmware update.
So the 6012 is not gonna have HDMI 2.1?

If so, worth to have the 6011 then...

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Not likely .... as HDMI 2.1 is a hardware update. Look for HDMI 2.1 on the 2018 models at the earliest. eARC is a feature of HDMI 2.1 that can be split out and updated via a firmware update.
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So how does the 6012 differ from the 6011? the 6011 is on clearance for around a grand so I was thinking of picking that up. Thoughts or would you suggest a different 11.2 capable AVR for around a grand? or is there enough of a difference and I should just spend the $1500 on this?

This would be a decent upgrade for me from my Onkyo 646 thats for sure.
If you're into multi-room, the 6012 has HEOS built in...the 6011 does not.
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Not likely .... as HDMI 2.1 is a hardware update. Look for HDMI 2.1 on the 2018 models at the earliest. eARC is a feature of HDMI 2.1 that can be split out and updated via a firmware update.
Marantz should edit their product web page as it mentions eARC with future firmware upgrade for the SR5012. This would not be the first time there is wrong information on a product's webpage though......
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In a fight between the SR6012 and the new Yamaha RX A2070 who would win? I have my eye on both!
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Marantz should edit their product web page as it mentions eARC with future firmware upgrade for the SR5012. This would not be the first time there is wrong information on a product's webpage though......
I'd like more clarity. I don't think eARC capability is an erroneous claim. The question is, how's that going to work with the AVR's HDMI out? If I can get clarification, I will.

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Marantz should edit their product web page as it mentions eARC with future firmware upgrade for the SR5012. This would not be the first time there is wrong information on a product's webpage though......
Why quote my post? eARC can be added via a firmware update.
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When reviewing/announcing new receivers please note that the wattage claim is for 2 channels: In this case it's 110W for Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.08% 2ch Drive)

When people are buying an AVR like this they are likely using it for more than 2 channels. I'd like to see the stats for 9 channels driven or at minimum 5 channels driven.
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Well I pulled the trigger, I was able to pick up a new in box 6011 for $1,062 and some change after tax at Best Buy. Its being shipped to my place so I look forward to making the upgrade.

Thank you everyone who took the time to answer my question, I very much appreciate it.

Now to save up a bit for an external amp and a few more additional speakers so I can do 7.1.4 ^_^
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When reviewing/announcing new receivers please note that the wattage claim is for 2 channels: In this case it's 110W for Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.08% 2ch Drive)

When people are buying an AVR like this they are likely using it for more than 2 channels. I'd like to see the stats for 9 channels driven or at minimum 5 channels driven.
That would be nice but they are not going to do that and if they did they would find some way to fake or heighten the numbers. NAD is one of the only companies that do give a 5 channel rating (I think). For the rest you will need to wait for a reviewer to test the AVR.
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That would be nice but they are not going to do that and if they did they would find some way to fake or heighten the numbers. NAD is one of the only companies that do give a 5 channel rating (I think). For the rest you will need to wait for a reviewer to test the AVR.
I 100% agree but in the AVS article they should add the 2 channel caveat.

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When reviewing/announcing new receivers please note that the wattage claim is for 2 channels: In this case it's 110W for Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.08% 2ch Drive)

When people are buying an AVR like this they are likely using it for more than 2 channels. I'd like to see the stats for 9 channels driven or at minimum 5 channels driven.
5CH driven is generally 80% of the 2CH number, 7CH driven is generally 65% of the 2CH number, and 9CH driven is likely closer to 50% of the 2CH number.
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When reviewing/announcing new receivers please note that the wattage claim is for 2 channels: In this case it's 110W for Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.08% 2ch Drive)

When people are buying an AVR like this they are likely using it for more than 2 channels. I'd like to see the stats for 9 channels driven or at minimum 5 channels driven.
Sure thing, no problemo. Was thinking folks might just link to full specs but I get it...
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I thought eARC is part of the HDMI 2.1 standard? or eARC can be used in HDMI 2.0 as well? Or this is some sort of Hybrid?
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In a fight between the SR6012 and the new Yamaha RX A2070 who would win? I have my eye on both!
I just took in a A2070 and having issue with it with my C7P... hence why I am looking at this SR6012.
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I thought eARC is part of the HDMI 2.1 standard? or eARC can be used in HDMI 2.0 as well? Or this is some sort of Hybrid?
Although part of the HDMI 2.1 spec, it can be firmware installed on HDMI 2.0a models if the mfr so chooses to do so.
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And still no return of the Wides that exist on the 6010.
Will some company ever do a 5.1.4 that is affordable for middle class folks like me?
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Will some company ever do a 5.1.4 that is affordable for middle class folks like me?
Im middle class, see my signature, I simply bought parts of it over time and updated and added to it over time.

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Another question for you guys or gals that have a 5.1.4 or 7.1.4 system. is there a big difference between 5.1.2 and 5.1.4? or is this just some more surround sound hype. The Dolby Atmos demos I played on my 5.1.2 system sound real good and works with Dolby enabled speakers but when watching a Dolby atmos or DTS X Hollywood mix its ok. Any thoughts?
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