Marantz Slimline A/V Receivers
The new NR1403 and NR1603 Slimline A/V receivers from Marantz utilize small footprints and they offer an array of features that include Apple compatibility.
Usually when someone from the audio/video world talks about ergonomics and room friendliness the talk revolves around the topic of loudspeakers. The specialty A/V manufacturer Marantz takes that talk in a new direction with its Slimline series of A/V receivers that incorporate all of the latest industry technologies and chassis dimensions that make them home space friendly.
The introductory NR1403 Slimline A/V receiver is a 5.1 product that is rated to produce 50 watts per channel, and it incorporates a total of six HDMI inputs that includes a front panel input. In addition, the unit also offers the company’s M-XPort technology that facilitates the use of streaming Bluetooth audio. The entry level receiver also includes ability to improve the receiver’s sound through the choice of Audyssey MultEQ, Audyssey Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ.
Marantz’s step-up Slimline A/V receiver is the NR1603 and this product is a 7.1 solution that’s rated to produce 50 watts per channel. The NR1603’s list of features includes Apple’s AirPlay, Ethernet inputs, front panel USB and HDMI inputs, Audyssey MultEQ, Audyssey Dynamic Volume and Dynamic EQ sound processing and DLNA 1.5 compliance for networked audio.
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