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TR reviewers need instruction on how to use a tape measure. ;-)WxHxD please?
Danny, no mention of Airplay - do you know if this is supported out of box or subject to firmware update?
Maximum Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm 440 x 389 x 161 (From the Marantz website). Personally i can't see the need for dimensions as they are usually pretty easy to lookup on the manufacturer's website.
Nice to see an Anchor Bay scaler coming in to a mid-range unit, although serious Home Cinema types will be slightly dismayed at the single HDMI output, makes it harder to have multiple displays (eg flat-screen and projector) connected at the same time. Yes you can use an off board switch, but it's just more aggravation. No doubt the higher end models will sport this as a differentiating option.
@AOD: Anchor Bay scaling chips have been available in Marantz's sister company, Denon's mid-range receivers for a while now. @Moggy58: The dimensions are largely a given to be the standard full width for AV gear such as receivers.
@ffrankmccaffery, I should have qualified that this was meant in the context of Marantz which I personally (ymmv) regard as slightly more "musical" than the Denon equivalents. Hope that doesn't make me sound like a "What Hi Fi" staffer... ;-)
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