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Marantz SR6005 Audio Video Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Ver.1.4 3D ready 6 HDMI inputs
  • USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory
  • Bluetooth capability with option RX10
  • 110W(8 ohms) x7 outputs, 9ch pair screw speaker terminals
  • Color GUI OSD, Backlit&Learning Remote with LCD, HD Radio
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMarantz
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesUSB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory, Bluetooth capability with option RX10, HDMI to HDMI digital video scaling

Technical Details

  • USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory
  • Bluetooth capability with option RX10
  • HDMI to HDMI digital video scaling

Product Description

Product Description

Ver.1.4 3D ready 6 HDMI inputs, USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory, Bluetooth capability with option RX101, Dolby TureHD&PLIIz, dts-HD MA, Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Dyamic EQ and MultEQ room accoustic calibration, HDMI to HDMI Digital Video scaling, 2nd zone audio out, 110W(8 ohms) x7 outputs, 9ch pair screw speaker terminals, Color GUI OSD, Backlit&Learning Remote with LCD, HD Radio, Sirius Ready, Flasher Input, marantz Remote Control In/Out terminals, DC triggr x1, RS-232C, Detachable Power code

From the Manufacturer

Ver.1.4 3D ready 6 HDMI inputs, USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory, Bluetooth capability with option RX101, Dolby TureHD&PLIIz, dts-HD MA, Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Dyamic EQ and MultEQ room accoustic calibration, HDMI to HDMI Digital Video scaling, 2nd zone audio out, 110W(8 ohms) x7 outputs, 9ch pair screw speaker terminals, Color GUI OSD, Backlit&Learning Remote with LCD, HD Radio, Sirius Ready, Flasher Input, marantz Remote Control In/Out terminals, DC triggr x1, RS-232C, Detachable Power code

Product Details

User's Guide [23.33mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 17.3 x 6.3 inches ; 28 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 32.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B003R7KMRE
  • Item model number: SR6005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,871 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2010

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The Marantz 6005 is BETTER.
Troy2745
Value for dollar, this has been a very solid purchase - and any buyers remorse at not going after the sr7005 has vanished... the sr6005 is a great performer.
Mike.the.kraken
Having loved the sound quality of the 5005, the 6005 performed equally as well.
MJT

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By MJT on November 26, 2010
I received a Marantz 6005 a few days ago and have been auditioning it since then. I've also auditioned, over the last four weeks, the Yamaha RX-V667, Marantz SR5005, Denon 3310, Pioneer 1120, and Onkyo 808. So how does the 6005 compare to the others? Here are my thoughts:

Sound Quality: No surprises here. Having loved the sound quality of the 5005, the 6005 performed equally as well. As noted in a prior post, I had never listened to anything powered by a Marantz prior to auditioning the 5005, having previously used either Denon or Yamaha receivers. There's just something special about the Marantz sound that sets it apart from the others. It has a full-bodied, life-like sound that gives it a pleasing depth and range. Perhaps this is what others refer to as "warm." Whatever it is, it's absolutely wonderful. I'd rank (subjectively) the Onkyo and Yamaha second and third, respectively, in the sound quality department, with Denon and Pioneer bringing up the rear.

Video Quality: As noted in a prior post, the 5005 seemed to add a slight purple tinge to video images. The 6005's higher quality ABT chip appeared to fix that shortcoming, with no noticeable degradation in video quality (whether it improved the quality, I couldn't discern). By comparison, the Onkyo 808 appeared to give images a slightly greener hue.

GUI: The 6005 also overcame the 5005's GUI shortcomings. While the 5005 had a black & white on screen display that didn't overlay on images, the 6005 has a much easier to use color GUI that overlays. While the 6005's GUI isn't quite on par with Yamaha's (which has the best GUI I've encountered), I really have no complaints.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lucian B. Boicu on January 8, 2011
Im gonna keep it short.

Sound - Awesome as always from Marantz.

Video - Okay but didnt test up-rez on DVDs and such, just blurays and its as fine as id expect it to be.

Inputs - It shines here because its got USB for the iAnything to play directly or other such devices (but not all USB devices are compatible). Its also got the ability for bluetooth(separate adaptor) which would be nice to stream music off your laptop/ipad while going around the house or using said device for other stuff without cables grounding you to 1 spot.

Outputs - Everything your heart desires (zone 2 and preamp as examples)

Where it falls short:

- Not enough manual control in sound settings controlling the EQ based on specifics you want
- It CAN display song info from your ipod and allows use of remote to control it BUT does not display album art
- does NOT read FLAC files from USB device (sr 7005 can read flac)
- UI is okay but seems very 2001 graphically speaking. Bare bones text with speaker setup pictures based on line drawings. I expected something more 2010 given the price.

I give it a 5/5 because it does the trick for me and ultimately delivers in its purpose, quality of sound.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Rome in Texas on January 10, 2011
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I was a big fan of Denon audio equipment for a long time. I used Denon home theater receivers for last 10 years. Nothing extreme, just mid-range equipment. This time I decided to give Marantz a try and boy I'm glad I did! This Marantz receiver outperforms Denon and Yamaha competitors in the same price category.
Marantz SR6005 provides very rich and deep sound, which is especially important if you have low or mid-range speakers in your system. Receiver well compensates for the lack of low and treble sounds in modern digital sources. It even has a special feature for that, specifically aiming at MP3, WMA and other digital formats, which lack full spectrum of sound palette.
Audissey 6-point sound check system, which customizes sound experience for your room, works nice. With its help you can get every sound from your DVD or digital media player. Variety of inputs and outputs presented in SR6005 will satisfy every need from a satellite box to a PlayStation. Anything-to-HDMI upconversion works flawlessly, seriously improving picture quality from older sources.
Remote control is well built. It is fully customizable, learning and programmable too. Finally I was able to get rid of all other remotes, using receiver's remote to control all of my audio-video devices. It is great, since I not only got control over all sources of audio and video signal, but remained full access to sound options and features from the receiver. For that specific reason it is always best to utilize receiver's remote, which was not possible for me in the past.
Overall I find this receiver to be a great product. I believe Marantz engineers did a great job on this one. They are well known for building high quality audio components, and this time they added all modern features and options keeping same unparalleled classy sound quality in place!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Arok5 on December 25, 2011
I will start by saying that I'm not a rookie when it comes to home theater. I managed the home theater department at a high end electronics store for 4 years and consider home theater not only something that I greatly enjoy, but also something I consider as a hobby. I am always looking to help my family and friends out when it comes to purchasing and setting up any or all of a home theater system. So when it came to upgrading my own home theater system, I couldn't have been more exicted. I was introduced to Marantz 6 years ago when I began working at a home theater store. I instantly fell in love. The power, the quality, the sound, it just all blew me away. I was the previous owner of a Marantz Sr 5300 (about 8 years old at this point). So it was time to get a new one that was HDMI ready. I did weeks of research and finally made my final decision to purchase this SR 6005. I know there are higher model versions by Marantz, but for the money, this one really cannot be beat. It does everything you could possibly want. It's customizable to almost every extent, meaning you can customize inputs levels, input names, specifics per input, and so, so much more! This thing is also a powerhouse that is literally ready to power your house!!! 110 continuous watts of pure Marantz sound powers and feeds even the most demanding speakers (I currently have this powering my Klipsch speaker system). What I didn't know before working in home theater was that there is a HUGE reason for much more costly receivers, like this one. Not only is this packed with impressive features and everything you could possibly want in a receiver, but it's ready to power your speakers and help them perform to their highest capability while keeping them in good shape.Read more ›
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