According to the specs it doesn't. Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG.Only thing my 7012 won't do is pass a HDR10+ signal. I picked up the new 4K Alien disc recently and had to wire my Oppo directly to the TV. Wonder if the 7013 will now pass it?
Been considering getting this for a while, though might plump for the 7012 given the price difference and there not being a great deal of difference.
Speaking of which, how would the 7013 compare to the 6013? They both support 9 channels, and the only real difference I can see is the amplification and chassis size. Also Auro3d support on the 7013.
According to the specs it doesn't. Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG.
Neither HDR10+ or Dolby Vision are manditory. Only HDR10 is a mandory requirement and both support for HDR10+ and Dolby Vision are optional. A manufacturer is more likely to offer support if the format is popular. As it stands, Dolby Vision is far more popular than HDR10+ and you are therefore less likely to get manufacturers spending additional money on trying to implement sipport for it. Not many HDMI version 2.0 AV receivers initially offered support for Dolby Vision and it is only over the course of the last 2 years that you've been able to buy an AV receiver that includd it without having to rely upon an update to get such support. HDR10+ has very little actual market share right now, but I'm sure that the AVR manufacturers will offer more support if and when this marketshare increases?What's up with the lack of HDR+ passthrough? Dolby Vision support popped right up. The AVR companies must really hate Samsung. Is there a single AVR out there that will pass it?
How much did Phil pay you to say that?That's some fancy video, some people might even say professional ;-)
Denon and Marantz are basically the same concern.Oddly enough, the boxing, packaging, plastic and position of the remote and microphone is exactly the same as the Denon X3500h I bought not so long ago...
Haha too true. With 125 x 2 your probably closer to the 65w per channel when driving 9 speakers. It’s a shame that good products have this kind of marketing as it’s very misleading. Pretty sure I bought my first AVR on the rated power output of the sticker. Maybe the sticker have it more oomph and it was fault for removing itIt can if you live in Narnia
What is the ‘hdmi toggle’ genuinely curious as i have a 6012. Cheers!I went for an SR7012 and am very happy with it. I had the same 7012 vs 7013 decision to make. I find the HDMI toggle such a useful feature. I ran Audyssey but keep it flat. Very happy customer.
exactly the same amp other than a couple of features.Marantz SR7011 A/V Receiver Review Test BenchI have to say this looks very good value, especially when compared to the Yamaha receivers.
I wish AVF could run through some power measurements as manufacturers do overate the specs.
It really does not need that much equipment and is not too expensive these days to do a few measurement for power output and distortion.
125 w into two channels is good, but we all know that when all channels are running the power supply will run out of oomph. As a previous poster guestimated - probably around 65 watts or so.
I see the weight is 14.2 kg, and this is not particularly heavy, indicating the power transformer is not as big as it could be.