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Marantz AV Receiver SR7013 - 9.2 Channel with eARC | Auro 3D, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Surround Sound –125W 3 Zone Power | Alexa + HEOS Compatibility
  • MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR ULTRA HD TV INVESTMENT - Drive EXCEPTIONAL VISUAL CLARITY with full-rate pass-through, SD/HD video upscaling to Ultra HD, 4:4:4 Pure Color, HDR10, BT.2020, 3D, 21:9 video, Dolby Vision, HLG and eARC - transmit 3D audio in one HDMI
  • CREATE THE ULTIMATE CINEMATIC AUDIO EXPERIENCE with 125W per channel - Choose from a standard 9.2 or 7.1.2 home theater system, a 5.1.4 3D system with Dolby Atmos elevation speakers, or extend to 3 rooms with 5.1 (zone 1), 2.1 (zone 2 & zone 3)
  • CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE VOICE CONTROL AGENT - Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri or Josh.ai Smart Home - to play, pause and stop music, switch inputs and more while you STREAM UNLIMITED MUSIC OR VIDEOS via Bluetooth, AirPlay 2, or the HEOS app
  • Marantz receivers SEAMLESSLY INTEGRATE WITH SMART HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMS like Josh.ai or Control4, and allow REMOTE MONITORING OF CONNECTED DEVICES, while you are vacationing or are on the move
  • Continuing its tradition of DELIVERING EXCEPTIONAL STEREO LISTENING, Marantz hand-picks and custom-designs its high-grade components and their EXCLUSIVE HDAM technology gives you the best home theater experience ever imagined

Marantz SR5012 Receiver Demo

what is up guys
Zachary media home theater today we’re
doing a little upgrade here for 120 inch
white screen with a old 1080p I think
this is the Epson 8350 from a few years
back and you can see all the in wall
speakers in this system already
installed whoever had previously done
this done a pretty good job and you got
your LCR’s front left right and center
and then they got some black poles for
the surrounds and surround rears SPO the
previous homeowner kind of left them in
a mess here so what we’re doing is we’re
just fixing the mess essentially we’re
coming in and getting all this component
cabling and just this this hot mess of
wiring they they left them with and
we’re gonna redress everything and I
don’t put in our Marantz particularly
amplifier a lot I really like it it’s
reliable really well-built Marantz is
just the more premium version to and
that’s a 7 point 2 channel receiver so
we’re gonna hook it up down here there’s
already HDMI ran this age this um
amplifier does support used to be 2.2
most current version of HDMI on but
we’re not going to be utilizing that
in the future they’re gonna upgrade that
projector and walk so we’re gonna be
hooking up DirecTV and their security
cameras a blu-ray player everything like
that program of pro 24 Universal are
loaded with the system form I’ll upgrade
the process or I’ll show you guys after
a complete to work thanks for watching
perfect all right guys so we just got
all of that equipment gutted out of the
rack and you can see we just over our 50
13 in here they’re gonna be pretty
surprised but there’s hardly gonna be
anything in this giant rack whenever
we’re done with it probably just a
couple shelves of items here but this is
called a toner right here if you don’t
own one of these and you’re trying to do
your theater install yourself you can
use just the positive and negative
terminals on a battery if you kind of
ghetto but this is really nice to have
and you pick it up a home depot for it’s
like 70 or 80 bucks I helped you find
your speaker wires so you can see
Grayson has it hooked up and I’m gonna
go into the room and find which speaker
goes away from well basically we’re just
gonna run through every single speaker
in the room now we’re on front right
all right and on the other end he’s
gonna take those labels and connect them
to each individual wire and then after
we’re done we’re gonna go ahead and
connect it into the AV receiver and then
can make all our connections under
devices and get a killer ready all right
guys so now I’m gonna take my
programming and program it to the
control processor and the closet here
and you can see Grayson did a excellent
job of cleaning everything up he’s
almost finished looks like just a couple
of wires they’re coming from the panel
that need to be tidied up and then our
TV can be mounted right here for the
security system all right you want to
show us what everything that we have it
installed yes we got a DirecTV mini
genie cable box right here control
processor you can see I haven’t had the
IR sensors in yet it’s my last step we
have our Clear View DVR for their camera
system we have that going into we’re
gonna have as a TV here the monitor and
then we’re also feeding it into the
receiver so that we can view it on there
as well
and then we’re gonna have here’s of Blu
ray LG and our brand 6013 53 5050 okay
and then looks like this is the DirecTV
now I believe this is the router yeah
that’s the router for their internet we
got our surge protector here and
it’s about it we got a little fan back
here as well
cool component keep everything nice and
ventilated yep looks like you did a nice
job
tidying up all those wires yeah that
looks a lot better you can see guys here
jury media we really do pride ourselves
on our work and even though this was
just a quick little that’s night and day
man it looks great test this remote out
and see how everything works okay and
here is the one button press remote from
Pro control in the pro 24 or you guys
see me use all the time
I like this remote it’s not absolute
fanciest remote on the market but I’ll
tell you one thing that it is and that’s
reliable which is the most important
thing for me as a custom installer is
that when I leave the stuff works
and the customer doesn’t call me back
with for a service call so I’m gonna go
ahead and just show you how easy it is
you hit that one button like for example
the satellite TV and it’s gonna turn
everything on and turn it all the right
input just like that now we’re gonna
have to give it a second for the
projector to come up and for the
amplifier to kick on and everything to
the correct input with projection it
takes about 30 seconds

Marantz SR5012 Receiver Specs

Output Power100 W per channel @ 8 Ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.08% THD
140 W per channel @ 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.7% THD
Channels7.2
Input SensitivityAnalog: 200 mV
Frequency ResponseAnalog: 10 Hz to 100 kHz (+1, -3 dB, Direct mode)
Signal to Noise RatioAnalog: 100 dB (IHF-A weighted, Direct Mode)
UpscalingYes, to near-4K
Pass-Through4K/60p, 4:4:4, HDR, and BT.2020
HDCP Version2.2
Input/Output Level and ImpedanceComposite Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Component Video, Y Signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Component Video, PB/CB and PR/CR Signals: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Frequency ResponseComposite Video: 5 Hz to 10 MHz (0, -3 dB)
Component Video: 5 Hz to 60 MHz (0, -3 dB)
Tuner BandsAM / FM
Reception FrequenciesAM: 520 to 1710 kHz
FM: 87.5 to 107.9 MHz
SensitivityAM, Effective: 18 μV
FM, Effective: 1.2 μV (12.8 dBf)
50dB Sensitivity Mono/StereoFM, Mono: 2.8 μV (20.2 dBf)
S/N RatioFM, Mono: 70 dB (IHF-A weighted, Direct Mode)
FM, Stereo: 67 dB (IHF-A weighted, Direct Mode)
DistortionFM, Mono: 0.7% (1 kHz)
FM, Stereo: 1.0% (1 kHz)
BluetoothVersion: 3.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
Transmission Power: Class 1
Maximum Communication Range: Approximately 98.4′ (30 m) in line of sight
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Modulation Scheme: FHSS (Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Supported Profiles: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) 1.2, AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.5
Corresponding Codec: SBC
Transmission Range (A2DP): 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Wi-FiRadio Frequency: Dual-band (2.4 / 5 GHz)
Network Type: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Security: WEP 64-bit, WEP 128-bit; WPA/WPA2-PSK (AES); WPA/WPA2-PSK (TKIP)
Inputs8 x HDMI (1 front)
2 x optical TOSLINK
2 x digital coaxial
2 x component video
3 x composite video (1 front)
5 x stereo RCA audio (1 front)
1 x USB (front)
1 x 7.1-channel analog in
Outputs2 x HDMI (1 with ARC)
1 x composite video
1 x component video
2 x subwoofer pre-out
1 x stereo RCA Zone 2
1 x 7-channel analog pre-out
Other Ports1 x FM antenna
1 x AM antenna
1 x Ethernet
1 x IR in
1 x RCA remote in
1 x RCA remote out
1 x 12 VDC, 150 mA out
1 x RS-232C
1 x AC in
Speaker Connectors7 x binding post pairs
HDMI CECYes
File SupportWMA, MP3, WAV, MPEG-4 AAC, FLAC, Apple Lossless, DSD
Power ConsumptionOperational: 650 W
Standby, Network Control Off, HDMI Pass-Through Off: 0.2 W
CEC Standby: 0.5 W
Power Requirements120 VAC, 60 Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D)17.4 x 9.1 x 13.6″ (440 x 230 x 346 mm) with antennas up
17.4 x 6.4 x 13.6″ (440 x 161 x 346 mm) with antennas down
Weight (Approximate)22.1 lb (10 kg)

Marantz SR5012 Receiver Review

The Marantz SR5012 receiver offers true state of the art sound reproduction with an easy to operate controls and outstanding performance that surpasses even the best of the best. This receiver maintains the quality of high-end satellite radio systems, yet reduces the size and weight of its receivers for transportation ease. The SR5012 is small enough to fit into a pocket, yet has all the features that are needed for optimal performance. It comes equipped with a single antenna connection and offers nominal impedance for use in any environment.

The Marantz SR5012 receiver offers a very clean and refined sound with a deep bass response and clarity that are far beyond comparison. Its distortion free broadcast receive allows for great efficiency in Multi-room applications and in larger rooms it maintains a clear and steady broadcast response with less potential loss of sound quality in the front speaker channels. Even with a full attic model there is barely a whisper from any of the front speakers except at the far edges of the room. Also the powerful magnet engine maintains sound quality throughout the room making this a very versatile system. Its sub woofer is optimized for optimized performance and the result is a powerful combination of low distortion power and deep bass that eliminates unwanted feedback.

The SR5012 receiver is designed to work with any of the DVR solutions from harman kardon, Casio, hdtv, apple and more. It is designed to work with all of the new generation DVR products as well. The new level of technology and performance has created a new level of satisfaction with consumers that have purchased a marantz SR5012 receiver. The system can be used with or without a digital source.

When it comes to features and performance, the SR5012 offers all the essentials to complete any person’s home entertainment. With seven channels there is something for everyone no matter what type of receiver or media player they prefer to use. The touch screen interface makes programming simple for any person who is new to using a receiver or who is simply not comfortable navigating a large receiver such as this. In fact, since the system has been designed to work quickly and easily anyone can operate the system themselves.

The Marantz SR5012 receiver has many additional features compared to their competitors. For example, the SR5012 comes with two built in AM/FM radio stations. There are two types of tuner options available in the system, manual tuning or automatic tuning. Manual tuning requires that a person manually adjust the volume level through the front panel controls and the auto tuners automatically adjust to the optimum signal for the given radio station allowing people to listen to the radio without having to worry about manually adjusting the volume.

One feature that the Marantz SR5012 has that is not available on other receivers is an FM transmitter and FM receiver. Most manufacturers of home audio equipment make these functions built into the receivers and this enables the user to add on additional components such as CD players and headphones. Another feature of this receiver is the fact that it offers three power sources including battery, electric and gas. This receiver also offers an in-dash control interface, which is a great convenience for those that are unfamiliar with electronic devices in their car. The Marantz SR5012 is one great product that is sure to please the most demanding users.

Last update on 2021-05-16 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

3 verified buyer reviews
  1. This audio video receiver has exceeded my expectations. 4K HDR is incredible, video quality is incredibly high end, and my old Full HD Onkyo device is now history. The audio quality is out of this world; it is a great sound factory; I enjoy listening to music or watching and listening to a good movie, which is even better with Dolby Atmos; what an experience! I’m using a 5.2.2 format with my Monitor Audio Silver speakers, and the results are incredible. Now, all of my video sources are 4K, and I’m thoroughly enjoying the experience. To get the best Dolby Atmos experience, I highly advise you to use an XBOX One X.

  2. Pros: Excellent audio receiver that produces excellent sound when combined with the Bose 301 speaker. WiFi and Bluetooth are built-in.

    Cons: The unit is very thick, the display screen is on the small side, and you must use the OSD (On-Screen Display) to complete the setup.

    Notes – Make sure that all you set up is connected to the unit, otherwise you’ll have trouble figuring out how to get the new devices to produce sound.

    Overall, I will purchase another Marantz receiver.

  3. When it works, it sounds fantastic. My old Denon receiver is as well. I couldn’t find anything else that worked well.

    – Switching between inputs is excruciatingly slow and involves a black screen.
    – All network services, including Spotify, Airplay, and Internet radio, stop functioning after a minute or so, despite the fact that I am connected via wired ethernet. I have no issues with any of my other devices.
    – The on-screen monitor does not support 4k 60hz, HDR, or any other functionality. It’s really in their doc, but it’s concealed in the FAQ. What are you talking about? This is a 4k receiver; it only supports 4k 60hz sources and destinations.
    – Possibly not a Marantz problem, but their Android app does not function on the new software for the Samsung Note 8. (some other apps stopped working over wi-fi in local network also).
    – ARC and CEC do not function reliably, or at least not in a logical manner.
    – Must power cycle (disconnect power cable) to apply HDMI settings. Why can’t we figure out how to make it easier in the twenty-first century?

    I’m going back to my old receiver because this ostensibly high-end product delivered nothing but disappointment and no changes.

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