Marantz SR6006 A/V Receiver Specs

Specs
Audio Decoding:
Dolby: TrueHD, Digital 5.1, EX, Pro Logic II/IIx/IIz, Virtual Speaker, Headphone
DTS: HD (Master Audio, High Resolution Audio) 5.1, ES, 96/24, Neo:6
Audyssey: Dynamic EQ, Dynamic Volume, DSX
Other: Multichannel stereo, Direct, Pure Direct
3D: Yes
THX Certified: No
Number of Amp Channels: 7
Rated Power (Watts Per Channel): 110 watts into 8 ohms, two channels driven
Specified Frequency Response: 10 Hz – 100 kHz — +1, –3 dB (DIRECT mode)
Video Processing: Proprietary
Auto Setup/Room EQ: Audyssey MultEQ XT
Dimensions (W x H x D, Inches): 17.38 x 6.94 x 15.31
Weight (Pounds): 26
Price: $1,200

Connections
Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (7), component video (2), composite (5)
Audio: Coaxial digital (2), optical digital (2), 7.1 channel analog (1), analog stereo (7), phono (1)
Additional: Ethernet (1), AM (1), FM/HD Radio (1), USB (1), AirPlay, Bluetooth Accessory: M-XPort for Bluetooth adapter (1)
Outputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (2), component video (1), composite (3)
Audio: Analog stereo (3), 7.1-channel preamp (1), headphone (1)
Additional: RS-232 (1), 12-volt trigger (2), IR (in/out)

Company Info
Marantz America
(201) 762-6500
us.marantz.com

COMPANY INFO
Marantz America
(201) 762-6500
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HTM_cushman_23's picture

I do wish that HTM would be a little more current with its reviews. The SR6006 is being replaced next month by the SR6007. BTW, the Denon 3312 they reviewed a week ago is being replaced by the 3313 this month or next.

Last year I was also looking at AVRs and read a HTM review of an Onkyo...looked interesting so I checked it out on-line...I think I had to go to Onkyo's web site archieves to find the manufactures specs on it.

Same issue with TVs...

Come on guys, use your publishing clout to get review subjects as the come out, not when they are end-of-lifed.

63ghia's picture

I will never buy a Marantz ever ever again. Disregard all reviews other than this one. If given one I would not take it. Mine is the SR 6006. It is a massive pile of crap. You have been warned. Oh by the way, this is the second I have owned. The first broke within a week. Then I exchanged it thinking it was just a fluke.. I was wrong. I should have gotten something else.

kent harrison's picture

Im using mines in the bedroom,but i turn on the EQ tho,i like dynamic volume.

schnizzlewizz's picture

I bought an SR8001 paid about $2K from a reputable dealer dealer. I did a lot of research but not enough. I believe in "you get what you pay for" I was proven wrong!!!

I would expect this to last for about 10 years or better. I guess I should have bought a McIntosh.

I bought the unit in 2006 and it worked great until about 2010. I don't abuse my equipment. The idiot light next to the power button started flashing. I did a little homework and checked the forums and found out I was not alone. I brought the unit into the dealer.... and what they did I don't know but it cost me $160. I brought it home and it worked for about a week and the unit started doing the same thing. I have lost all faith in Marantz and don't recommend anyone buy their products. It is like playing Russian Roulette. You don't know what you are going to get.

I have been looking for a new premium receiver and looked at this one and found there are issues with the power supplies.I looked in the forums. I will not roll the dice with Marantz again. I don't know about you but I work hard for my money.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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