Marantz SR7008 125W 9.2channels Envolvente Negro - Receptor AV (125 W, 9.2 canales, Envolvente, 165 W, 0,08%, 200 mV)
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Descripción del producto
12V de activación: Si
Ajuste de bajos: Si
Altura: 188 mm
Ampliación de la escala de video: Si
Ancho: 439,4 mm
Audio digital, entrada óptica: 2
Banda AM: 530 - 1710 kHz
Banda FM: 87,5 - 107,9 MHz
Bandas de radio soportadas: AM,FM
Canal de retorno de audio (ARC): Si
Canales de salida de audio: 9.2 canales
Cantidad de puertos USB: 1
Cantidad de puertos de antena AM: 1
Cantidad de puertos de antena FM: 1
Capacidad MultiZona: Si
Certificado (DLNA) alianza para el estilo de vida digital en red: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 0,2 W
Consumo energético: 710 W
Convertidor de audio D/A: 24-bit/192kHz
Decodificadores incorporados: DSD,DTS 96/24,DTS Neo:6,DTS-ES,DTS-ES (Discrete 6.1),DTS-ES (Matrix 6.1),DTS-HD HR,DTS-HD Master Audio,Dolby Digital,Dolby Digital Plus,Dolby Pro Logic IIz,Dolby TrueHD
Entrada HDMI: 7
Entrada de CA: Si
Entrada de audio (L,R): 5
Entrada de video compuesto: 4
Entrada digital coaxial: 2
Entrada remoto (IR): 1
Entradas de fono (RCA): 1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Frecuencia de entrada AC: 60
Impedancia de entrada: 47000 Ω
Interfaz gráfica de usuario: Si
Mando a distancia: Si
Número de salidas HDMI: 3
Peso: 13,6 kg
Potencia de salida por canal (20-20KHz@8 ohmios): 125 W
Potencia de salida por canal (6 Ohm @ 1 kHz): 165 W
Profundidad: 406,4 mm
Puerto - RS-232: 1
Radio por Internet: Si
Rango de frecuencia: 10 - 100000 Hz
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 102 dB
Salida de video compuesto: 2
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Sensibilidad de entrada: 200 mV
Servicios de radio por internet soportados: Pandora, SIRIUS Internet Radio, Spotify
Señal Digital de Procesamiento DSP): Si
Sincronización de labios de audio: Si
Soporte Deep Color: Si
Tipo de receptor: Envolvente
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 3
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) salida: 1
Voltaje de entrada AC: 120
x.v.Color apoyo: Si
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I am a budget-conscious audiophile. If I had a bigger budget I'd be buying the highest of the highest end for everything, but I generally try to find a sweet spot in the diminishing returns curve. But in the end, I want the best I can afford. Heahphone example: I own a pair of Sennheiser HD 600s and love them, so much so that I have never felt the need to upgrade to a higher end model (HD 700 or 800 or maybe a planar like Audeze) because I find them so perfectly balanced, and they were at the sweet point in the price range. So when I search for gear, I'm looking for the most bang for the buck. However, this is a tricky goal when it comes to Home audio equipment. So many additional application considerations, so much variety in the market.
Originally I was hoping to spend somewhere in the $400-$700 range for a new receiver. I figured that would be an upgrade over the Sony just based on new technology alone. I was wrong. New technology does not equal better sound, and most companies are throwing all the money at the bells and whistles and cutting corners in the components that actually push out the sound. If you are an audiophile (I assume you are if you found this corner of amazon), you know that sound comes first. I didn't realize how awesome my old Sony is until I auditioned other receivers on the exact same setup. The Sony was so well rounded. Accurate. Transparent. Terrific soundstage(s), which were selectable. Excellent Dynamics and Presence. And most of all, REALISTIC and MUSICAL. That's what I was looking for really... realistic, high resolution sound, but with HDMI and new features like media server and internet streaming of high resolution files. I quickly found out I was going to have to increase my budget to match what I had been accustomed to hearing from the Sony.
Long story short, I ended up with the Marantz 7008. It's a marvelous piece of equipment. Most importantly, IT JUST PLAIN WORKS. It's easy to navigate and setup. It's easy to tweak. And the features work. I was impressed by MultEQ XT32. The soundstage has really opened up after a little break in and I can easily dial it in to my liking after a little practice.
Disclaimer: I wasn't immediately blown away by the Marantz. I was still blindly looking for something that I now realize was actually coloration/distortion from the Sony. The Sony puts out a warmer sound. The same records didn't sound the same on the Marantz. Not that they sounded bad, but in my biased, limited experience with A/V receivers, I was judging the Marantz for not blowing my socks off out of the box. I was tinkering with the Marantz trying to find what I was looking for.
Now, three days later, I can't imagine improving the sound of this receiver without spending a lot more money. Now fully warmed up after a weekend of heavy use, this thing is smooth as butter and kicking ass at the same time. That's the best way to describe it's performance. Effortless and powerful all in the same breath.
And the possibilities with 9 channels of amplification just make me drool. This thing is infinitely tweak-able. My plan is to buy a new pair of floor speakers as my main Front Left and Right channels that will allow me to bi-amp them as my current ones do not have 2 binding posts for bi-amping. The goal is to get a little extra power for 2.1 channel music listening. I plan to move my current towers out as front wide speakers to expand the soundstage. I will eventually buy a pair of bookshelf speakers to place for height, building a veritable wall of sound. Still drooling.
The rabbit hole goes pretty deep too. You can splurge on the Audyssey Pro Installer Kit and really go crazy with the customizability of the sound, but there is plenty already built right in.
I am impressed by the Audyssey sound after setting it up and calibrating it just right (it can be a little finicky/inconsistent, it took a couple runs for me to get it perfect). I surprisingly prefer the sound when activating the Dynamic EQ on and Dynamic Volume (set to low), something I wasn't expecting as I prefer neutrality. But those two features (along with Audyssey's frequency optimizations) do nothing at the detriment of the sound quality. Like I said, this receiver just plain works. Another great example is the M-DAX feature that you can use for mp3s which apparently "restores compressed audio files". I am trying to get my library into flac completely, but it takes time. In the meantime, it's nice to simply use all of my Amazon music that I downloaded straight from my cloud player to my desktop computer. It's not lossless quality, but it sounds incredible with this M-DAX technology. I have no idea how it works, but it does. Everything sounds smooth and resolved. Cool technology.
It is equally adept at impressive movie performance with convincing surround. Also, this receiver scales up extremely well with higher quality sources. Quality in, quality out. Some of my sample sources this past weekend:
Neil Young, Psychedelic Pill, blu ray. I bought this because I couldn't justify spending 3x as much for the vinyl. I can't imagine it sounds better than this. Literally like they are playing live in my home. Imaging on the guitars is excellent, especially on the title track. Feels like I am "inside" the sound if that makes sense. Very immersive.
District 9, blu ray. Excellent movie to test sound with. There are bizarre, unique sounds all throughout this movie, and the Marantz handled it all beautifully. It really scales up well with higher intensity scenes as well as at higher volume. Surround effects were incredible, and the overall sound had plenty of weight to it. This receiver loves blu-ray. Everything sounds much tighter, punchier and overall more powerful with blu ray compared to the other formats I tested.
Radiohead: King of Limbs, From the Basement, dvd. I love this DVD (sadly, the blu ray doesn't work on most North American players, but that's another story/rant). Incredible. This receiver has some musical magic to it. Guitars and vocals are realistic and full of life. Everything is fast and precise in the rhythm section as well.
Daft Punk: Random Access Memories, vinyl. The vinyl performance was nice, very accurate, but I think I prefer the phono stage on my Sony. Not sure, it could be because of the warmer, louder approach of the Sony. This could also have a lot to do with the inadequacies of my vinyl set up. It's not really audiophile grade. The Sony I think did a good job of masking those shortcomings, whereas the more analytical Marantz reveals those shortcomings. I plan to upgrade the cartridge and needle on my player soon and will report back the results.
George Duke: The Aura Will Prevail, vinyl. Great stuff. Very clear, clean. The synth is fluid and smooth, extremely lifelike.
Eddie Hazel: Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs, FLAC. Streamed this from my computer, and it was incredibly musical and lifelike. This receiver does guitars beautifully. Lossless performance is impressive.
Pandora: put it on a few stations, and really sounds great for a streaming source. The M-DAX feature was very useful here.
Various mp3s: skipped around my library and threw all sorts of genres at it. This receiver passed everything with flying colors.
Mario 3D World: nailed the whimsical nature of this game. Really increases the immersion and fun.
That said, it is not a perfect receiver. As has been noted in professional reviews, there is a slight lack of power compared to similarly priced alternatives. I didn't really feel that way when feeding the receiver with high quality, HD digital sources. But as mentioned, my system could stand some upgrading to improve the phono performance. I think when I bi-amp the front channels, the stereo performance will improve and I will no longer be able to list the phono shortcoming as a negative. This may not be a consideration for many users as I think vinyl isn't a huge consideration for most in the market for a new home theatre receiver. I just think one should be aware that this may be slightly less powerful than the competition at this price, something that could be important if you have a very large room. My room is large (about 30' x 30'), and has a very high ceiling (20 feet), and I do feel at times I have to crank the volume a little too much to get a decent, room-filling soundstage. I have a lot of space to fill and probably could have used a more powerful amp, though it's really nit picking because from the calibrated listening points, the sound is full and immersive. I can't wait to hear how the soundstage is affected with the addition of front wide and height speakers. Along with bi-amping the front channels, I think I'll have more sound than I'll know what to do with.
If you are searching for THE sound, and precision and realism are important, you should give this receiver a listen. It's versatile, easy to use, and impressively accurate and clean. It gets out of the way and let's you enjoy the sound.
-1/28/14 update: I can no longer say I prefer the sound of my old Sony for listening to records. A lot of it probably has to do with getting accustomed to the Marantz sound. Even more is a result of my learning this receiver better each day. THIS THING ROCKS!!!
-2/5/14 update: I ordered a new pair of floorstanding speakers as I stated in my review and have experimented with placement and wiring. It really is quite fun having this many options. Currently, I have a 7.2 set-up with the old towers moved out to the wide position. With proper speaker placement based on diagrams I found through a quick google search, this speaker configuration is incredible. What this receiver is able to do with music recorded in stereo is mesmerizing. I feel like everything I've sampled was recorded for 7 channels. Every channel is beautifully tuned. I'm in heaven exploring my library right now! I immediately purchased a pair of bookshelf speakers for height.
So this endeavor has burned a deep hole in my pocket, but I don't think I will feel the bite of the upgrade bug any time soon!
My recommendation: call an authorized dealer, whether it be local or online (including third party sellers on Amazon) and speak with them directly about a purchase like this ;)
-2/20/14 update: My new bookshelf speakers arrived last night. I set them up several feet directly above the front speakers. I was disappointed to discover there aren't any settings to allow sound output out of both the wide and height speakers simultaneously.
The height effect wasn't as effective as the wides to my ears. Not much of a noticeable difference in the soundstage. This may have to do with the extremely high ceiling in my home theatre room, as I assume a lot of the sound is simply lost up there compared to all the other speakers that are oriented closer to ear level. Or it could be that the effect of adding height is less crucial to my room than adding width to the soundstage.
After a month with the Marantz 7008 as the center stage of my living room, it's obvious this is going to be a happy relationship. Intuitive functionality paired with reference quality sound make this receiver extremely easy to live with.
This receiver was touch and go at first. It was shutting down while playing internet radio. I did the software update and then a complete reset and it has been fine since. That was a few months ago and I have not experienced any shut down issues. Tech support was a great help. The only other issue was with a Sony HDMI cable. This receiver did not like that cable. I put it between the receiver and the TV and the receiver kept shutting down. I got a monster cable HDMI cable and all was good. Both cables are rated for 4K. I don't know what the difference is between them.
As a refurbished machine it did not come with an instruction booklet (easily found online, [...]). It has worked flawless out of the box and refurbished is now the way I purchase most of my high-end electronic equipment (Macs, Audio and Video) as the price point is amazing.
Works with 4K Viso TV (M70-C3)
Drives my 5.1 speaker setup and can drive zones 2/3
Integrated with Internet Radio, Spotify and Pandora
Automatic setup is okay, I needed to redo it twice
Zone 2/3 are bit tricky to setup (not currently up and running)
No wireless support (although once it is plugged into your network via the RJ-45 jack it is not a problem as the Marantz app will find it)
App that drives Receiver is clunky and could do with a User Interface upgrade
Let me start by saying that this receiver sounds amazing. The multiple zone feature is exactly what I needed for my home. I have the main zone set up as a 5-1 surround sound, the second zone in my family room and the third in my patio. The system works as promised. Set up was a little complicated with the 3 zones and required some adjustments of settings to make the zone 2 and zone 3 speakers sound good. But once I tweaked the settings, the system sounds superb in every zone.
This section may be long, but note that I rated it a 4. I expect a lot from a $2000 receiver and that is why I am picky with every detail. There are only a few reasons why I am not giving this receiver a 5 star rating. One is their advertised Remote iPhone App. It is poor at best. It works when it wants to, it freezes, it is slow to connect and find the receiver and to change sources or playlists within your iPod. I also purchased the paid DeRemote App (different third-party source) which works a little better, but also has its connectivity problems. Additionally, I don't like the fact that a $2000 receiver does not come with wireless built in. This should be standard on this class of receiver. The receiver should also have a usb port on the back to connect an iPod, not just on the front. I like to connect my iPod using and iPod dock that is permanently positioned next to the receiver. The only way to do that is to keep the front face door of the receiver open all the time to access the usb port, which is unsightly. One more item to note is that I am getting a delay in the sound when listening to the TV. Marantz just issued an update to the software which I hope will fix this issue.