Anthem MRX 700 A/V Receiver - An Anthem That Is More Than Patriotic!
Audio Ideas Guide
16 October 2011
Excerpt: “Before I delve into the installation, a little more info about the MRX 700. It is the top-of-the-line A/V receiver from Anthem, and sports a polite and tidy front panel with a brushed black face.
Excerpt: Anthem Electronics was born out of a well-regarded, purist-oriented Canadian high-end audio company called Sonic Frontiers. (In fact, if you look closely at the shipping cartons for Anthem equipment, you’ll still see the tastefully subdued logo for Sonic Frontiers International embedded in the...
Excerpt: Anthem Lite and RightWhen I hear “Anthem,” I also usually hear “ka-ching!” Anthem’s Statement D2v surround processor sells for a cool $8,500, which is enough cash to keep a Colorado hippie blazing in medical marijuana for years.
Excerpt: Canada: a land of sweeping mountains, pine forests and ice hockey, where maple syrup rules and giant moose walk the streets. But what the country is becoming increasingly famous for is its rather tasty AV equipment.