Marantz Cinema 50 AV Receiver Table

AV Separates vs AV Receiver

Instead of being an all-in-one device like an AV receiver or AVR, an AV Separate is thought of as a tool that performs a single task. For instance, the pre-amp/processors in our AV Series are exactly that—pre-amp/processors. They must be used in conjunction with external power amps because they lack internal amplification channels. Now let’s talk about our MM Series amplifiers. There is no built-in volume control in this line of amplifiers, which are solely power amplifiers. They can be used with any pre-amp or processor, but they are intended to be used with our AV Series of pre-amp/processors.

For a home theater application, the advantages of employing separate components outweigh those of an all-in-one AVR by a significant margin. First off, using different components results in better power distribution and dynamic range because each component has a specific task to perform, such as processing or powering signals. Consider a time a few decades ago when we utilized discrete components for our programs more frequently. The same idea still holds true today as it did back then. As a result of each component’s specialized function, the system as a whole performs better.

The possibility to use XLR and/or RCA connections in our AV pre-pros rather than just RCA from an AVR would be another fantastic advantage. XLR reduces signal transmission noise while delivering a significantly stronger signal. Therefore, employing XLR results in a signal that is substantially stronger and has a lower noise floor.

How important acoustic treatment is?

Acoustic treatment helps absorb unwanted, uncontrolled sound waves and prevents them from bouncing around your home theatre and improves the sound quality.

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