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Marantz SR7005 Audio Video Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Ver.1.4 3D ready 6 HDMI inputs(including 1 front input) 2 selectable outputs
  • USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory
  • Bluetooth capability with option RX10
  • Network player function for music/photo streaming, Compatible with Windows7,
  • Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Dyamic EQ, DSX and MultEQ XT room accoustic calibration
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMarantz
Output Wattage125 watts
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Marantz
  • Model: SR7005
  • Output Wattage: 125 Watts
  • Weight: 12 Kilograms
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

User's Guide [32.11mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 17.3 x 7.3 inches ; 33 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003R7KMRY
  • Item model number: SR7005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,025 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2010

Product Description

New stylish front design with dual display, Current feedback Pre amplifier with Marantz HDAM circuit, Ver.1.4 3D ready 6 HDMI inputs(including 1 front input) 2 selectable outputs, USB input for music playback with iPhone/iPod and USB memory, Bluetooth capability with option RX101, Network player function for music/photo streaming, Compatible with Windows7, Support UPnP, Internet Radio(v-Tuner), Online streaming service available: napster, PANDORA, Rhapsody and flickr, iPhone/iPod Touch Apps Control, Dolby TureHD&PLIIz, dts-HD MA, Audyssey Dynamic Volume, Dyamic EQ, DSX and MultEQ XT room acoustic calibration, HDMI to HDMI Digital Video scaling, 2nd&3rd zone audio outputs, 125W(8 ohms) x7 outputs, 11ch pair screw speaker terminals, Color GUI OSD, Backlit&Learning Remote with LCD, HD Radio, Sirius Ready, IP&Web Browser control capability, Audyssey Pro for Custom Installation, Flasher Input, Marantz Remote Control In/Out terminals, DC trigger x2, RS-232C, Detachable Power code

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Customer Reviews

Spotify via airplay works great also.
stan
Look, not to get too long winded here, so I'll just say this I'm an avid vintage audiophile, an FLAC and AIFF nut, and a HT semi-guru, and this SR7005 does the trick.
Robert Swanson
Very easy setup, great power and sound quality is excellent.
Jac167

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246 of 251 people found the following review helpful By Robert Swanson on May 7, 2011
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I'm a fan of vintage Marantz stereo equipment, their 60s/70s amps, receivers, and tuners were always well made, elegant, and had a signature warmth sound to them. This was during their Saul Marantz and Superscope days. But in the 80s and 90s they were owned under the Phillips brand, and their gear was never quite the same since; be it quality, tonality, and certainly esthetics.

Now a days the company is under D&M Holdings ("D"enon and "M"arantz), and Marantz is bouncing back to it's former self; there's an emphasis being paid again to style (in this case the classic "porthole" design), simplicity (two-knob unit with a concealed interface, logos of features are on the top of the unit as to keep the front face clean-looking), and construction (the sr7005 packs a lot of sound but can fit just about anywhere).

Above all, my fellow vinyl purist will be happy to hear, the Marantz SR7005 brings back the MM PHONO STAGE with a ground! For a long time this was taken out of their receivers (and not just with the Marantz brand) which was puzzling when the company's logo is: MUSIC MATTERS.

Look, not to get too long winded here, so I'll just say this I'm an avid vintage audiophile, an FLAC and AIFF nut, and a HT semi-guru, and this SR7005 does the trick. No buyer's remorse here! A huge step up from the Sony DA5ES unit I was using for home theater stuff, which was just about the same price in 2002.

I'm running the SR7005 with Aperion Intimus 5B Harmony HD surround speakers, mostly use it for 2 CH music and the thing is incredibly warm and above all tweak-able (direct pure analog mode, 2CH w sub, PLII/DTS Neo:6: Music, Movie, and Game mode, even a mode to compensate for lossy mp3 files which sounds pretty good).
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Blitzkrieg on October 7, 2011
Back in 2000 I purchased my first piece of Marantz equipment, the SR8000 surround receiver. I'd had two other stereo/surround receivers prior and neither were as good as the Marantz. Flash forward to 3 weeks ago when I finally decided to upgrade to the SR7005. I was reluctant to make such a move as I was happy with the SR8000 and the technology always seems to be changing and evolving on new equipment. You never know what is going to stick and what is just the latest gimmick. With the SR7005 though, I realized it had what I'd been waiting for and more. Not only does it give me the ability to stream audio via a computer network, which is the future of music listening, but I can hook up my turntable directly to the receiver to listen to vinyl records, rather than having to use an external phono preamp. One less piece of equipment and set of cables to deal with is definitely a plus.

So how does it sound? In one word, magnificent! Watching movies via HDMI lossless audio is far superior to the downmixed audio I was used to. I can't believe how good the presentation can be and how much of the experience I was missing from my blu-ray collection. Even DVD's sound better. They weren't lying when they said the bass from this baby plunges depths that usually only costlier separates are capable of. It amazes me consistently at how well it handles the entire audio spectrum.

Using the Apple Airplay is mostly fine. I can switch between iTunes libraries and users with relative ease. There is the occasional hiccup where the audio will dropout momentarily or sometimes stop playing all together, requiring a restart of iTunes, but hiccups aside the audio from streaming is better than any CD player I've ever used, not just because of the sound quality, but the versatility and features as well.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A. Salazar on February 28, 2011
I was running my Denon 4802 for about 10 years and finally decided to upgrade to an HDMI switching receiver. I thought about another Denon but love the sound of my Marantz receiver I am running in another/smaller room, SR5003, and thought I would give them a close look as well.

Long story short, I settle on the SR7005. I did it not only for sound but also technology. I was kind of surprised to see the Marantz being slightly ahead of the Denon's but not that surprised I suppose since they are owned by the same company. The Marantz has the latest HDMI 1.4a spec which is really nice and includes 3D support. The other thing that sold me on it was the fact that it can do passive HDMI pass-through when in Standby so it doesn't have to be on if you are using it as a switch (I have been waiting for a long time for this feature to start showing up in receivers).

Sound quality is top notch as you would expect from a Marantz. The one thing I was hoping for was more "umph" from the amp being that it is their flagship. My Denon definitely had a stronger amp and it wasnt even the flagship at the time. But, the Marantz still has plenty so it is a minor grip. The Marantz does have a 7 channel amp which is pretty standard these days and has the option for zones 2 and 3; nice but I will probably never use.

I love the on-screen display. Alot has changed in 10 years. The OSD is the first on a Receiver that I have used that is actually easy to navigate and is intuitive. It is internet capable which is cool and the Audyssey setup was straight-forward. You can also set up options to do video up and cross conversion or turn it off altogether so it remains as pure as possible.

The remote seems adequate but I have a URC so I wont be using it much.
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