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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
By Chuck Schneider · March 19, 2015 • Acoustic Research, Dual, Nakamichi, Soundcraftsmen are among the brands that fell in with the wrong crowd.
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.
By Rachel Cericola · December 29, 2014 • AV8802 has 3D sound options as well as WiFi, Bluetooth and 32bit/192kHz DA-Converters.
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.