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Marantz NR1601 Slimline A/V Receiver

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Half the Size of Conventional A/V Receivers

Marantz® America announced the NR1601 “Slimline” Audio/Video Receiver ($599). The 7-channel NR1601, which will be available later this month, joins Marantz' acclaimed NR1501 “Slimline” A/V Receiver, which will be reduced in price to $399, in the company's family of elegant space-saving high-performance A/V receiver solutions. Just over 4″ high and 13″ deep, both units are approximately half the size of most conventional A/V receivers — and the same exact size as Marantz' Blu-ray players — allowing them to integrate smoothly into multi-component systems or fit comfortably on a normal shelf or in a standard cabinet.

NR1601: Packed with Performance- and Convenience-Enhancing Features
With the debut of the NR1601, Marantz is giving space-conscious consumers an unprecedented solution for enjoying many of the world's most advanced audio/video features in a single convenient component. The NR1601 features 4 HDMI 1.4 inputs and front-panel USB connectivity for iPod® digital. A full complement of built-in audio codecs ensures compatibility with advanced audio formats such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio, and a built-in transcoder lets users enjoy all their favorite composite and component videos via HDMI with a single cable solution.

Marantz NR1601 Slimline AV Receiver - Back

Nine sets of high-quality binding posts, along with Audyssey Audio Calibration allow for quick and easy installation, and the backlit/learning/system remote control offers ergonomics and straightforward command and control, with Flasher Input for even greater CI interoperability. Completing its elegant cosmetic, the NR1601's contoured front panel combines aluminum and glass-reinforced resins for maximum shielding, dimensional stability, and sophisticated styling.

Adding to its flexibility and convenience, the NR1601, like the new SR6005 and SR5005 receivers is Bluetooth capable, designed to work in conjunction with Marantz' new RX101 Bluetooth receiver ($99.99). The RX101 plugs directly into the NR1601's advanced M-XPort (Marantz eXpansion Port) and receives audio signals from Bluetooth-enabled devices (PDAs, PCs as entertainment devices, etc.). The signals are sent directly to the connected receiver, allowing users to enjoy great sound and more flexibility from their home entertainment sources. Users may listen to streaming audio from their Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, MP3 players, computers or other devices, including the iPhone and iPod Touch® (Installation of iPhone 3.0 Software Update required).

“With their unique 'Slimline' chassis, both the NR1601 and our NR1501 solve a common problem for custom installers and consumers — how to integrate today's most advanced audio/video capabilities into a space-saving home entertainment system without the addition of another large component. Just as importantly, both models reflect Marantz' longstanding audio heritage, offering today's most advanced codecs, providing users with a simple and straightforward way to enjoy superior performance from all audio and video sources, plus a host of integration-friendly features that enable users to take full advantage of today's digital entertainment universe.”
— Kevin Zarow, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Marantz America

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