Heos Shifts Gears to Endear itself to Integrators: Now Unapologetically Denon

By Julie Jacobson · July 18, 2016 • Heos was launched as a standalone DIY brand to rival the mighty Sonos, but now we're seeing a closer alignment with Denon and Marantz, as well as a full slate of home-automation drivers.

Marantz Releases Full Size Network Receiver with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, 4K, HDR

By Chelsea Cafiero · July 1, 2016 • The new SR5011 network receiver from Marantz contains 7x100 Watts and selected high grade components paired with advanced wireless connectivity.

Denon, Marantz Add HEOS Functionality to AVR Range

By Daniel J. Sait · June 15, 2016 • Together Denon and Marantz announce many new additions to their higher end AVR line, including its HEOS multi-room and online technology platform.

CE Pro 100 Top Brands: A/V Receivers

By Robert Archer · June 6, 2016 • Over half of CE Pro 100 dealers use Sony a/v receivers, followed closely behind by Integra as well as Marantz, Yamaha and Denon. Check out the complete list in our 2016 Brand Analysis.

Marantz Releases Slim Design NR1607 A/V Receiver with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay

By Robert Archer · April 25, 2016 • The newly announced NR1607 A/V receiver from Marantz features built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Dolby Atmos decoding, eight HDMI inputs that support HDCP 2.2, and an amplifier rated to produce 50 watts per channel into 8 ohms.

D+M Group Weighs In on its Dolby Atmos vs. DTS:X Testing

By Chuck Schneider · March 8, 2016 • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X aren't as different as you might think, according to D+M Group (Denon, Marantz, Boston Acoustics, HEOS, et al), one of the first component manufacturers implementing the both the surround sound formats.

The 20-Year Battle Behind Dolby Atmos vs. DTS:X

By Chuck Schneider · March 3, 2016 • Dolby and DTS have been battling for 20 years and now the new 'sound object' war is the latest skirmish. Which one will win?

Marantz Introduces NR1506, NR1606, SR5010 A/V Receivers

By Robert Archer · July 1, 2015 • The popular audio/video manufacturer Marantz has announced three new A/V receivers that are competitively priced and consumer friendly.

What’s That Smell? Retrofit Home Features Automated Scent Machines

By Arlen Schweiger · June 3, 2015 • VIA Scottsdale completed a retrofit project which includes solutions from Savant, Lutron, IC Realtime, Samsung, Marantz, Sharp, Sonance and Leon Speakers. Its automated features even include scent machines.

2015 CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis: Top Turntables

By Robert Archer · June 3, 2015 • McIntosh, Denon lead the way in the most used turntable brands in the 2015 CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis.

2015 CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis: Top A/V Processors

By Robert Archer · June 2, 2015 • Integra, Marantz lead the way in the most used A/V processor brands in the 2015 CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis.

#TBT: Brands That Fell in with the Wrong Crowd

By Chuck Schneider · March 19, 2015 • Acoustic Research, Dual, Nakamichi, Soundcraftsmen are among the brands that fell in with the wrong crowd.

Marantz NA6005 Network Audio Player Provides Wallet-Friendly Digital Audio Streaming

By Robert Archer · January 19, 2015 • The NA6005 Network Audio Player from Marantz is capable of playing DSD2.8MHz, DSD5.6MHz, 24-bit/192kHz FLAC, 24-bit/192kHz WAV, AIFF and Apple Lossless audio files, and it offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless options for $649.

Marantz 11.2-Channel AV8802 Amplifier Features Dolby Atmos and Auro-3D

By Rachel Cericola · December 29, 2014 • AV8802 has 3D sound options as well as WiFi, Bluetooth and 32bit/192kHz DA-Converters.

Hands On: Dolby Atmos a Game Changer in Home Theater Market

By Robert Archer · October 15, 2014 • Peter Tribeman, President and founder of Atlantic Technology, demonstrates why Dolby’s latest format represents sales opportunities for dealers.

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