“My system doesn’t sound as vibrant as it did in the showroom.” “I can’t really understand the dialog clearly all the time, why is that?”
Do these home theater customer complaints sound familiar? If so, it might be time to level up with a more powerful home theater receiver that can address those issues and much more.
Ken Zelin, Global Training Manager at McIntosh, says dynamic range and clarity greatly impact those two areas of concern, and toward that end, the new 7.2.4-capable McIntosh MHT300 Home Theater Receiver focuses on delivering more power while maintaining low distortion.
In this CE Pro Partner Series Download, Inside the McIntosh MHT300 Home Theater Receiver: More Power & Better Performance, through the lens of the made-in-the-USA MHT300 integrators will learn about:
- The receiver’s 120 watts per channel into 8 ohms and 150 wpc into 4 ohms, with all seven channels driven, and why it is important for integrators to look closely at AVR power ratings
- How proprietary technologies enables Class D amplification to deliver such power, and resolve AVR dynamic range & intelligibility issues
- Why setup of input sources and other onscreen menu items is simpler than ever thanks to laptop/browser-based configuration, plus other integration-friendly features
- Balancing audiophile-grade performance with the latest video switching & HDMI 2.1 technologies to deliver a truly immersive experience
Download our Partner Series white paper now and discover how the new 7-channel McIntosh MHT300 Home Theater Receiver employs Class D amplification to deliver dynamic, immersive & crystal-clear AV experience.