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Marantz MM8077 7-channel power amplifier

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Enjoy powerful multi-channel sound with the MM8077 7-Channel Power Amplifier from Marantz. This amplifier features a discrete amplification design for robust sonic delivery. Each channel in the amplifier delivers up to 150W of power at 8 ohms and 180W at 6 ohms. It's even equipped with balanced and unbalanced input options, allowing you to connect a wide variety of pre-amplifiers and processors. Furthermore, this amplifier is capable of efficiently driving stereo, 5-channel, and 7-channel home entertainment systems, as well as being a component in larger 11-channel systems.

An uncompromising recipe for sound quality

It can't be stated often enough: the overall quality of your entertainment system's sound is dependent on sufficient quantities of clean, instantly available power. There must be enough power. It must be pristine. And it must be available in an instant to give you the impact and full-frequency response you expect from today's deeply-layered and demanding movie soundtracks.

Respect for authority

So stand back. Take a look at the elegant, matte black Marantz MM8077 power amplifier from the front and tell me if your first impression is anything other than "authority." If you are at all skeptical, pick it up — great power components demand some mass. The '8077 is designed to deliver impressive power to seven channels with that same authority, so your surround sound experience will draw you into the action on your TV screen in a manner you've probably only experienced at a theater.

Under the cover

Take a peek inside and you'll be even more impressed. The copper-plated chassis isolates the unit from outside noise, vibration, and electrical interference. A massive, high-current toroidal power transformer, paired with high power filter capacitors delivers the power you need in reserve for the short-term transients and peaks so common in both music and movie sound. And in order to give you the best possible performance from high-resolution audio formats, each channel has a current feedback discrete power amp output stage and multiple high-current discrete power transistors.

Fan club

Heat, the enemy of power amp performance, is swiftly dealt with by way of an innovative dual extruded heat sink assembly with ultra-quiet fan cooling. The fan is cleverly mounted internally over the heat sinks and not to the chassis frame where it might be more easily heard.

The '8077 features both unbalanced RCA and balanced XLR inputs for all seven channels. Loudspeaker terminals are gold-plated to ensure the best possible signal transfer.

Amplifier Type Power Amplifier
Channels 7.0
Power Output per Channel 2-Channel Driven:
150 W at 8 Ohms / 20 Hz to 20 kHz / 0.08% THD
180 W at 6 Ohms / 20 Hz to 20 kHz / 0.08% THD
210 W at 6 Ohms / 1 Hz / 10% THD (Peak)
Frequency Response 8 Hz to 100 kHz ±3 dB (1 W, 8 Ohms)
Speaker Impedance 6 to 8 Ohms
Damping Factor 100
Rear A/V Inputs 1 x 7-Channel XLR Balanced
1 x 7-Channel XLR Unbalanced
Other Rear I/O 1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm (12 V Trigger) Output
1 x RCA (Remote) Output
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm (IR) Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm (12 V Trigger) Input
1 x RCA (Remote) Input
Speaker Connectors 7 x Binding Post Pair
Input Impedance RCA: 22 Kilohms
XLR: 30 Kilohms
Input Sensitivity RCA: 1.2 V
XLR: 2.4 V
Signal to Noise Ratio 105 dB (IHF-A)