imgMahwah, NJ (August 8, 2014)—Marantz has announced its first Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos capability.

The smaller SR6009 features a solid aluminum trap door to hide the control buttons and front connections, and includes decoders for standard audio as well as for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The seven-channel amplifier with 185 W equal power per channel comes with current feedback topology and the Marantz-developed high-definition HDAMs.

The video section comes with advanced video processing, support of the latest HDMI standard (4k 60Hz pass through), 7+1 HDMI inputs and dual output for main zone & multi zone.

The SR7009 incudes all the features of the SR6009, plus nine discrete amplifier channels, each with 200 W of power. With four DSP engines, the SR7009 is capable of handling up to 11.2 channels to fully support Audyssey DSX, DTS Neo:X 11.1, as well as the latest decoding technology Dolby Atmos.

The SR7009 also comes with three HDMI outputs and a 13.2 channel pre-out capability.