Dec 07, 2018
Denon AVRX2500 is a very multipurpose receiver. With the addition of AirPlay 2, the HEOS network technology and the input for connecting a vinyl player, it becomes even more multifunctional. As my De...Read More
This Denon AVRX2500 vs Marantz M-CR611 comparison will help people who look for a reliable receiver that has many functions.
If we compare the total output power, then we will see that the Denon AVRX2500 is an option if you need more power, since it outputs 670 W while the Marantz M-CR611 outputs 120 W only. The Marantz M-CR611 has a built-in CD player. The Denon AVRX2500 features discrete high-current amplifiers on all channels. This model also supports various codes (Dolby Atmos, DTS Virtual:X). The Denon AVRX2500 supports seamless integration with home automation systems.
Both receivers have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules and you can stream content from your devices or online services. Both receivers support AirPlay.
The Denon AVRX2500 supports multi-room technology. The Denon AVRX2500 has 8 in and 2 out HDMI ports and 8 AV inputs. The Marantz M-CR611 has no HDMI ports and it features only 2 AV inputs.
The Denon AVRX2500 uses Audyssey to calibrate the output sound. The manufacturer provides you with the microphone required for the initial adjustment.
The Marantz M-CR611 vs Denon AVRX2500 design comparison shows some common design elements – both are quite “tall” and they have a simple display.
The Denon AVRX2500 has two knobs and many buttons. The front panel also includes additional ports.
The Marantz M-CR611 has circle-shaped buttons on both sides with additional buttons and a turn on/off button right in the middle under the display. It also has USB and Phones ports on the front panel. The Marantz M-CR611 comes with an ergonomic remote controller.
The dimensions are 13.3x17.1x6.6 in for the Denon AVRX2500 versus 12x11.5x4.4 in for the Marantz M-CR611. The weight is 20.7 and 7.4 pounds.
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