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Marantz SR7002
5.4 out of 10

Marantz SR7002

Marantz SR7002 weighs 33.1 lbs and measures 17 5/16“ x 7 1/4” x Read more

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Marantz SR7002 AV Receiver

bestavreceiver.com
8 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Has the best sound you will ever hear! Sound & Vision Magazine says: Marantz is one of the grand old names of American audio, and though the seminal hi-fi firm founded by Saul Marantz in 1952 is long gone, the gold-and-black logo still represents a proud high-end heritage. (In a curious twis...
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Marantz SR7002

bestavreceiver.com
28 January 2009
  • Excerpt: The Marantz SR7002 Surround Receiver – A Balance of Performance and Price Here's a balanced combination of the performance you deserve and a price that will ease your way to the highest levels of home entertainment. Of course it's from Marantz. And it's got THX® Select2 certification as well. Tim...
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Marantz SR7002 THX Select2 7.1 A/V Receiver

Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
13 November 2008
  • Summary: The Marantz SR7002 receiver is worthy of the near “top of the lineâ€� position it holds at a well respected manufacturer. It suffers from a few ergonomic faux pas that seem common in today’s complex A/V receivers. However, once those are overcome and it is integrated into your system, the...
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Marantz SR7002 Receiver Review

Audioholics
22 March 2008
  • Summary: Marantz has a winner in the SR7002 AV receiver. This product is power, yet simple - something not easily accomplished in today's era of endless configurability. Some of the more advanced features and configurations may be pulled aside for D&M's higher-end Denon receivers, but the Marantz is clearly...
  • Pros: THX Select2 Certification, 4 x HDMI 1.3a inputs; 2 x HDMI outputs, Dual component video outputs, Deep Color, xvYCC Support, Dedicated Zone 2 Remote, RS-232C control & dual 12V triggers
  • Cons: Only 480i/p upconversion via HDMI, Can use only one HDMI output at a time (not parallel), Remote has quirky pre-programmable functions
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