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Sophisticated audio processing and outstanding clarity make Anthem’s MRX-700 an ideal receiver for audiophiles without the need for fancy design and legacy inputs.If it has been a while since you last shopped for A/V equipment, then you may not yet be familiar with Anthem. Anthem’s beginnings date back to the early 90’s when Sonic Frontiers International first began producing high end A/V equipment under the brand name Anthem. In 1998, Sonic Frontiers International was purchased by speaker maker Paradigm and a partnership between the two entities was born. Later in 2001, Anthem gained significant notoriety when they released the AVM 20, a high-end pre-amp and processor that drew praise from critics for being highly musical and surprisingly affordable. Today, Anthem’s preamp/processors and amplifiers continue to earn them a reputation as a top choice for budget oriented audiophiles, but it is their recent entry into the receiver market that has the industry buzzing. Here, we take a listen to Anthem’s flagship MRX-700 A/V receiver, chart its place amongst the competition and determine if Anthem has been able to pass their legendary sound along to their line of A/V receivers.
By TechRadar, published 05-07-2011
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By TechRadar, published 05-03-2011
OverviewCanadian brand Anthem's classy high-end D2V processor and P-series power amps wowed our high-end sensibilities when we saw them, leading to a three-strong lineup of more affordable AV receivers coming to these shores in 2011.Here we have the range-topping MRX 700 coming in at around £2,100 and competing with the likes of Denon's AVR-4311 and Onkyo's TX-NR5008. From the cosmetics alone you...