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Marantz’s CINEMA 40 and 50 AVRs Shimmer in a Luxurious Silver Gold Finish

Marantz adds a little color to its CINEMA 40 and 50 AVRs with a shimmering silver gold finish that looks divine.

Marantz Cinema 40 A/V Receiver Silver Gold Angle

In September 2022 we reported on the introduction of the Marantz CINEMA Series receivers, which included the 40 and 50 AVR models. 

Globally, the CINEMA 40 and 50 have been available with either black or silver gold finishes, but in the US and Canada, it has only been available with a black finish. 

Marantz Cinema 40 A/V Receiver
Marantz Cinema 40 A/V Receiver

However, Marantz has announced that the silver-gold finish is now available for Marantz CINEMA 40 and 50 AVRs in the U.S. and Canada. The new color will be available exclusively on Marantz.com, giving customers a unique and stylish option for their home theater systems.

The new silver gold color finish provides a luxurious and sophisticated appearance that can complement personal style and decor.

Marantz Cinema 40 AVR Silver Gold Angle Left

However, these receivers offer a lot more than a black or silver gold finish.

Marantz CINEMA 40 and 50 Shared Features

Tip: Audyssey Room Correction still remains an option even if Dirac Live is installed. You just can’t use both systems at the same time.

Marantz Cinema 40 AVR Rear
Marantz CINEMA 40
Marantz Cinema 50 AVR Rear
Marantz CINEMA 50

Marantz CINEMA 40 and 50 Differences Only

Tip: The Cinema 40 is the Marantz Flagship AVR, and the CINEMA 50 is the immediate step-down model.

Marantz AVR ModelCINEMA 40CINEMA 50
Price (US)$3,499$2,499
Power Output125 wpc110 wpc
THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) 2 Channels0.05%0.08%
HDMI Connections7 In/3 out6 in/3 out
Component Video1 in/0 outNone
Composite Video2 in/0 outNone
Analog to HDMI ConversionYesNo
Analog Zone Preamp OutputsZone 2/Zone 3Zone 2
Remote ControlMulti-brandMarantz only
Width 17.38 inches17.38 inches
Height 7.44 inches6.5 inches
Depth 17.19 inches15.69 inches
Weight33.19 lbs29.8 lbs

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. ORT

    May 15, 2023 at 5:37 pm

    Hello – With the analog to HDMI is a Faroudja Line Doubler used?

    And for the record, Marantz makes perhaps the best looking AVRs, alas that a larger more easily read display has yet to be worked out. More’s the pity…I am not yet intredastd in Dirac but think it cheap to ax the buyer of a High-End AVR to pay extra.

    I see the ROONacy is still available but why anyone would want fArtificial Insmelligence (“The Tell-Tale Fart” that is such fare!) choose a preset/service/input is beyond reason.

    The morons pushing it are the personification of
    “Those with out a sense of humor more often than not possess a sense of entitlement.” Disgusting creatures. And yes, I belittle that which I find full of it self and MQA and Roon are definitely full of crap.

    At least Marantz and Denon are not farcing it upon us. For the time being I shall hold onto my AVR-X4300H & AVR-S960H. When I do upgrade it shall be to Marantz or Denon and our home filled with HEOS will still work together sans the ROONacy. 😉 🙂

    Oh LAWDY! How shall I ever push a button myself! The agony! Thee Aaaa Go Ny!!

    Faroudja? Wherefore art thou?

    Edgar Allan ORT

    • Ian White

      May 15, 2023 at 5:39 pm

      ORT,

      Dirac Live works superbly well. Well worth the time and money to use it.

      Ian

      • ORT

        May 15, 2023 at 11:32 pm

        I do look forward to having it one day. Hopefully sooner rather than too late(r). 😉

        ORT

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