Enjoy optimum audio and video quality through your home theater system with the NR1403 Slim Line AV Receiver from Marantz. Equipped with six HDMI inputs, including one on the front, this 5.1-channel receiver allows you to play sound and video from a variety of devices, including set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, DVD players, camcorders, and even tablet computers. Audyssey MultEQ technology optimizes the acoustics, while 3D pass-through support makes it great for playing Blu-ray 3D discs. Part of Marantz's Slim Line series, the NR1403 features a sleek design and a small footprint, making it well suited for audiophiles with space constraints.
- Fully discrete power amplifier design for all 5 channels (50 W x 5 channel at 8 ohm) delivers the sound quality the Marantz is known for.
- Low profile chassis. At less than 4 1/2 inches in height, the NR1403 fits into many spaces that other recievers cannot
- Bluetooth wireless connectivity via optional RX-101 adaptor
- 6 x HDMI in/1 x HDMI out Lets you connect your HDMI-equipped devices with a single cable
- Front Panel HDMI Input Provides an easy connection for quick hook-up and playback of your HDMI-equipped portable devices.
- Slim design with half the height of traditional receivers
- Five audio channels with discrete power amplifiers for surround sound
- Audyssey MultEQ technology customizes audio for your living space
- Built-in 3D pass-through support for playing 3D videos
- Six HDMI inputs to play audio and video from multiple sources
- Intuitive, on-screen "Setup Assistant" for easy installation
- Three-year warranty
With the NR1403 Slim Line AV Receiver, you can experience optimal sound through your home theater system and play music, movies, and more from a variety of sources, including Blu-ray players, game systems, and mobile devices. The NR1403 is a 5.1-channel receiver, so you can power left, right, and center speakers along with left and right surround speakers for optimal surround sound. It's well suited for family rooms, play rooms, dedicated TV and entertainment rooms, and even bedrooms.
The NR1403 supports playback of the latest high-definition audio formats and has discrete power amplifiers for all five audio channels. Award-winning Audyssey MultEQ technology helps create an optimal acoustic profile for your home theater system, resulting in clear and balanced sound. In addition, built-in 3D pass-through technology allows the receiver to route 3D video signals from a Blu-ray player to your HDTV--making this great for enjoying Blu-ray 3D discs.
Thanks to six HDMI inputs--including one on the front--you can enjoy high-quality, high-definition audio and video from a variety of sources. The HDMI input on the front panel allows you to quickly and easily connect an HDMI-ready portable device, such as a camcorder or a tablet computer. The receiver is also equipped with one HDMI output along with front left and right preamp outputs for external power amplifiers.
Like other products in Marantz's Slim Line series, the NR1403 receiver features a stylish black finish along with a slim profile and a small footprint, making it easy to fit into tight spaces. An intuitive, on-screen "Setup Assistant" simplifies the installation process.
The receiver measures 4-1/10 by 17-3/10 by 14-2/5 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 19-4/5 pounds. It comes with a remote control (batteries included).
The NR1403 Slim Line AV Receiver is backed by a three-year warranty.
NR1403 Slim Line AV Receiver, remote control, two AAA batteries, AM loop antenna, FM antenna, AC power cable, quick setup guide, owner's manual on CD, and Audyssey setup microphone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use banana plugs for the audio outputs?
Yes you can use banana plugs. Actually it's te preferred method of connecting the speakers.
Can I connect a external amp(250w vintage Denon(for my large speakers) and still use the speaker outputs
Will this unit drive 4 ohm speakers? Any problem doing so?
The Marantz is rated in its specs as requiring a minimum of 6 ohms output impedance which will allow 70 watts of power to the speaker. If you were to use a 4 ohm speaker and cranked it up, you would be drawing twice the 50W rated current from the output stage which could possibly overload or more likely damage the amplifier. So, no I definitely would NOT use 4 ohm speakers.
You could try running them in series if you have four of them though. This would give an effective 8 ohms but probably not what you want.
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- S/N Ratio 98dB
- Power Output 50W
- Special Features 3D Compatiblity
- Output Wattage 150 Watts