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Marantz SR7002 Surround Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 110 watts per channel, in all discrete "Current Feedback" amplier stages
  • Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital +, Pro Logic IIx (Movie/Music/Game), DTS HD Master DTS 96/24, ES (Discrete 6.1/Matrix6.1), Neo:6
  • RS-232C terminal for integrating into popular control systems
  • 2nd Zone A/V output (Individual source) w/discrete commands
  • Three year warranty
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMarantz
Output Wattage110 watts

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Marantz
  • Model: SR7002
  • Output Wattage: 110 Watts

Product Details

User Guide [15.00mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 17.3 x 7.2 inches ; 33.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 42 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000X14W4G
  • Item model number: SR7002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,816 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 2, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Marantz SR7002 Surround Receiver – A Balance of Performance and Price

Here's a balanced combination of the performance you deserve and a price that will ease your way to the highest levels of home entertainment. Of course it's from Marantz. And it's got THX® Select2 certification as well. Time to boogie? Time to settle back for a movie? We think so. And so will you.

110 watts x 7 channels all discrete amplifier stage
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Performance addicted? Just call this Marantz your enabler. With THX Select2 certification and 110 watts of continuous power per channel (yes, 110 watts from each of its seven current-feedback amplifiers!), the SR7002 opens up the home entertainment horizon for the most demanding yet cost-conscious customers out there.

Superior Video Technologies

Let's look at video capabilities first. You can connect up to four HDMI equipped sources to the SR7002. Direct the one you want to your display and to the SR7002's built-in surround sound processor. Unlike earlier HDMI connections, these handle multi-channel sound with ease. Still enjoying non-HDMI sources? Rest easy. The SR7002 comes complete with format conversion which lets you watch older videos through the super-convenient HDMI format. And there's a Second Zone audio/video output, too, so you can enjoy your entertainment throughout your entire home.

RC8001SR Main-Room and RC-101M
Multi-Room Remotes Included
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Superior Audio Technologies

You'll also find Dolby® Virtual Speaker so you can enjoy an immersive surround experience with the dialog clarity inherent in a discrete center channel configuration with just two speakers!

And, speaking of clarity, the SR7002 features Audyssey's remarkable Auto Calibration that examines your entire room to correct for the acoustical problems that sometimes make those other seats (and you know which ones we mean, don't you?) just as rewarding as the ones directly in front of your display device's screen. Of course, there's an infrared input and two DC trigger outputs so you can coordinate your entire system for convenient remote operation.

Includes Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby® Digital Plus
and dts-HD™ Master Audio
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Features for Your Entertainment System

The features of the SR7002 include 110 watts x 7 channels all discrete amplifier stage, current feedback amplification, HDMI v1.3a repeating/switching: 4-In/2-Out, Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby® Digital Plus, dts-HD™ Master Audio, Deep Color, xvYCC and SA-CD support by HDMI, up-conversion (w/TBC) to HDMI with 480i/480p converter, dual component outputs, M-DAX (Marantz Dynamic Audio eXpander) for compressed audio, Audyssey MultEQ, Direct-Set volume, tuner preset and XM preset commands, RS-232C control and IR flasher input, x2 12V DC trigger output, 2nd zone audio/video, and RC8001SR main-room & RC-101M multi-Room remotes included.

Marantz Quality and Design

You won't have any problem fitting all this capability into your home either. We've housed the SR7002 in a new, compact chassis that will fit more easily into even the tightest spaces. But be sure you leave enough room for the SR7002 to breathe, OK? After all, killing a Marantz (besides being almost impossible to do) is an entertainment felony of the first order. But don't worry. Our three year warranty is very forgiving.

Choose a Marantz Audio/Video Receiver that is Perfect for Your Entertainment System

Marantz offers several models of A/V receivers for your entertainment system, from the entry level Marantz SR4023 stereo receiver to the high level Marantz SR8002 surround receiver. Each A/V receiver has a different set of qualities so you can choose the one that is right for the sound you want. Here's a quick breakdown of the Marantz A/V receivers.

  • The Marantz SR8002 Surround Receiver. Do you call the SR8002 an "audiophile's receiver" or a "videophile's receiver"? May we suggest that the answer is simply "Yes"? 125 Watts x 7 Channels All Discrete Amplifier Stage. HDMI v1.3a Repeating/Switching: 4-In/2-Out. Up-Conversion (w/TBC) to HDMI with 480i/480p Converter. Assignable Dual Component Outputs. HD-Radio. XMHD Surround by Neural THX® Technologies. Upgraded Binding Posts (Dielectric Protected). IR Receiver Input and x2 IR Emitter Outputs. 2nd Zone Audio/Video Output and 3rd Zone Audio Output.

  • The Marantz SR7002 Surround Receiver. Here's a balanced combination of the performance you deserve and a price that will ease your way to the highest levels of home entertainment. 110 Watts x 7 Channel All Discrete Amplifier Stage. THX® Select2 Certified. HDMI v1.3a Repeating/Switching: 4-In/2-Out. Dual Component Outputs. XMHD Surround by Neural THX® Technologies. RS-232C control and IR Flasher Input. 2nd Zone Audio/Video Output.

  • The Marantz SR6003 Audio Video Receiver. From its sleek compound-curve front panel to the multiple control terminals, the SR6003 surround sound receiver contains a stunning array of technologies to increase your A/V enjoyment. Seven. 100 Watts x 7 Channel. HDMI v1.3a Repeating: 3-In/2-Out. 10bit Video converter to HDMI (interlaced to progressive and scaler). Dual HDMI and component video outputs. Analog and digital multi-zone outputs. In-line seven channel amplifiers/High definition audio design. Multiple radio system (AM/FM/XM/SIRIUS).

  • The Marantz SR5003 Audio Video Receiver. The SR5003 surround sound A/V receiver answers the needs of all but the most demanding audio- and videophiles. 90 Watts x 7 Channel. HDMI v1.3a Repeating: 3-In/1-Out. 10bit Video converter to HDMI (interlaced to progressive and scaler). Dual HDMI and component video outputs. Analog and digital multi-zone outputs. In-line seven channel amplifiers/High definition audio design. Multiple radio system (AM/FM/XM/SIRIUS).

  • The Marantz SR4003 Surround Receiver. Want a full-featured surround sound receiver – one that brings you as close to the A/V experience as possible while still leaving your "rainy day" bank balance untouched? 80 Watts x 7 Channels All Discrete Amplifier Stages. HDMI v1.3a Switching/ v1.1 Repeating: 3-In/1-Out. Multi-channel (7.1) LPCM via HDMI capability. M.R.A.C. Auto Calibration. S-Video to Component Video Up-Conversion. Assignable Component Inputs x3. IR Flasher Input. Front Key Lock function.

  • The Marantz SR4023 Stereo Receiver. Especially in this feature-laden world of multichannel sound, the SR4023 receiver is proof positive that Marantz hasn't forgotten its heritage of high quality stereo components. Simplified, non-intimidating operation. High quality discrete amplifier. Large EI core transformer. Pre-out/Main-in terminals. Speaker A/B switching. Low-pass preamp level Subwoofer output. MM Phono preamplifier. Composite video switching with monitor and recording outputs. RS-232C communications port. IR flasher input.


  • Product Description

    Performance addicted? Just call this Marantz your enabler. With THX Select2 certification and 110 watts of continuous power per channel, the SR7002 receiver opens up the home entertainment horizon for the most demanding yet cost-conscious customers out there. Let's look at video capabilities first. You can connect up to four HDMI equipped sources to the SR7002. Direct the one you want to your display and to the SR7002’s built-in surround sound processor. Unlike earlier HDMI connections, these handle multi-channel sound with ease. Still enjoying non-HDMI sources? Rest easy. The SR7002 comes complete with format conversion lets you watch older videos through the super-convenient HDMI format. And there’s a Second Zone audio/video output, too, so you can enjoy your entertainment throughout your entire home. You’ll also find Dolby Virtual Speaker so you can enjoy an immersive surround experience with the dialog clarity inherent in a discrete center channel configuration with just two speakers. And, speaking of clarity, the SR7002 features Audyssey's remarkable Auto Calibration that examines your entire room to make those other seats just as rewarding as the ones directly in front of your display device's screen. Of course, there’s an infrared input and two DC trigger outputs so you can coordinate your entire system for convenient remote operation. You won’t have any problem fitting all this capability into your home either, thanks to a new, compact chassis that will fit more easily into even the tightest spaces. All this plus a three-year warranty.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    It had all of the latest bells and whistles and was a very good receiver.
    Wilee D
    Nice receiver but the remote is difficult to figure out and the instructions are little help with the remote.
    Bruce Kenneth Waldron
    Audessy setup was great - very neat and very easy - sounds excellent too.
    J. Jacques

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    73 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Wilee D on January 14, 2009
    This is a bit long but I hope reviewers will benefit by my experiences.

    Marantz is a name not found at most popular chain type stores, but it is one worth seeking out. I've had Marantz receivers and amplifiers since the 1970s, and that's not because I didn't consider other brands over that time. After research and demoing other brands, I kept coming back to Marantz. I have a Marantz SR7200 surround receiver that has worked flawless since I got it in 2002. But since I recently upgraded to an HD TV, an HD satellite receiver, and a Blu Ray player, I got the itch to upgrade to an HD surround receiver. The SR7200 was working fine, but doesn't have the latest PLIIx, HDMI inputs and outputs, and some of the other high definition sound and video capabilities. So my research began (and I really planned to try another brand this time). I scoured the internet obsessively (as I always do, and did for my TV and Blu Ray player), reading user reviews and professional reviews, and lab tests. I discovered the SR7002 which got very good marks, but another popular brand kept popping up as the recommended choice. It was just under a grand, so I bit the bullet and purchased the receiver. It had all of the latest bells and whistles and was a very good receiver. But for me, the warmth of the Marantz sound and the user friendly set up and menus was just not there. After a few days of use and adjusting, I returned the receiver, spent an extra $130, and walked out with the Marantz SR7002. Very wise choice for me. The SR7002 has a few less bells and whistles of the previous brand I tried, but it certainly has all of what most folks will need. It has plenty of power for my mid to large living room. The set up and menus are straight forward and very user friendly.
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    25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo on January 4, 2008
    I've just bought this receiver and it's quality is excellent !!! It has a lot of inputs and outputs, many digital (both optical and coaxial audio inputs), a bunch of component, composite, s-vide inputs.
    It also has the upscaling feature through HDMI output.
    The sound quality is impressive. The user can also program which digital or analog inputs / outputs will be used for each device connected to the system.

    Another great feature.....Despite what the Marantz technical supports told me, it works with 3D blu-ray movies and PS3 games. For 3d blu-ray movies, the sound goes mute, but all you have to do is to plug a coaxial digital cable and program the blu-ray to send audio through the coaxial cable. Done !!! You're 3d ready...Works this way with mine!!!

    Cons.: Only one: It generates a lot of heat (power consumption of 750W)
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Jacques on August 1, 2010
    Try to make a long story short. I have been shopping for a new receiver, purchased and returned (1) Yamaha KX-V1065B, (1) Onkyo TX-SR608, and (1) Harman Kardon AVR-2600. I was pretty discouraged that I couldn't be pleased with any of these - saw the Amazon deal/closeout on the Marantz SR7200 - based on reviews about the sound quality I ordered one. I COULD NOT BE HAPPIER with the sound quality. This was replacing a Harman Kardon AVR310 and this Marantz is leaps and bounds above the Harman Kardon in sound quality. As for teh other brands - the Yamaha was fully featured, but the amp seemed very weak and had no low end, the Onkyo was really packed with features, but the amp really only sounded good at the highest volumes, at lower volumes it was really lacking, and the Harman Kardon really sounded tinny/digital which was disappointing.

    As for this Marantz, let me start with the smaller list which would be the "cons"
    1. The thing is so darn complex you really have to refer to the manual quite often
    2. The remote is so darn complex I still haven't really figured it out - it is more cumbersome than helpful at this point.
    3. No HDMI pass thru - would be a really nice feature and it looks like they are incorporating this in the "7005" replacement model.

    For the positives, WAY too many to list - but here is a start..
    1. VERY strong AMP that provides warm, rich sound - closest thing I have heard to an older analog receiver in a new digital based AVR.
    2. Looks well built, feels well built, very sleek looking
    3. The SOUND QUALITY is outstanding - my wife and I were listening to older DVD concerts, Blu-Ray concerts, and CD's all weekend. The analog inputs are a bit weaker than the digital inputs, but to be expected.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Robert Adams on August 11, 2010
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    just pulled my new marantz 7002 out of the box this morning and i was stoked. i was like a kid with a new toy while i was hooking this thing up. the build quality is top notch. i really looked this baby over good looking for anything i felt was made cheaply and i came up with nothing. in an age where electronics are known to be built poorly marantz stands apart from the pack with the quality of this device.

    ok so now ive looked it over and im ready to move on to all the accessories that came packed in the box with it. this is the first av receiver ive seen with so many accessories actually and for a novice user i could see someone getting a little intimidated by it all. connecting all the cords was a breeze, no problems encountered. i connected both an xbox 360 and a ps3 both to the "dvd" input using the component and hdmi respectively. the receiver doesnt have issues even though they are both connected to "dvd" something that ive run into with other receivers.

    with everything installed properly i finally deicde to give it a test with some music played from the ps3 hard drive. i am a very critical listener and i tried everything from opera, classic rock and, one of my favorites, a symphonic power metal band, kamelot. EVERYTHING this unit plays sounds fantastic. it truly isnt lacking anything. in comparison to my older harman kardon avr, which has respectable sound quality itself, this marantz receiver is better on all fronts. the music sounded cleaner. the highs were clear and soaring without being harsh, even at higher volumes. i also noticed that the bass had more impact than i was used to, mostly due to the ultra powerful 110 watts per channel this thing produces.
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