Marantz SR8002 A/V Receiver Conclusion

Like most modern receivers, there's so much to discover in the Marantz that this review could easily stretch to novella length. So let's just cut to the chase. The sound is superb, the feature set is extensive yet user friendly, and the $2000 price tag isn't going to land most folks in the poor house. If you don't need extensive video processing (and most people don't), then I strongly recommend the Marantz SR8002 above all others I've reviewed to date. It has earned a place in my heart.

"So will Freddie find his cellar door?"

Oh yes, I think he already has!

Powerful, musical amplification
Easy to use with a great remote
Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding
Two HDMI outputs for dual-display setups

No onscreen volume/source/surround mode display via HDMI or component