Marantz introduced Tuesday the Model 40n 2.1-channel network integrated amplifier offering HDMI-ARC connection and providing an elevated listening experience with just two speakers.

The Marantz Model 40n hits retail shelves in March at a $2,499 suggested retail price and will be available in a choice of Black or Silver Gold finishes.

Marantz has designed the 40n for realistic sound reproduction while damping distortion, interference and vibrations by separating the power supply and audio circuits with a heatsink. Engineers also ensure the build includes short signal paths and high quality cable shielding to eliminate signal interference.

The Marantz Model 40n supports a variety of network streaming options including Apple Airplay 2, Spotify connect, and HEOS wireless multi-room music streaming.

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With the support of networked multi-room audio streaming through the HEOS app, the n40 also supports other popular music streaming services including Tidal, Pandora, Deezer, and others.

The integrated amp can also tap into in-home Hi-Res Audo music libraries with support for but 24-bit/192kHz (PCM) and DSD up to 5.6MHz.

Naturally, a moving magnet phono input is included for vinyl enthusiasts.

Users can also operate the receiver with voice commands through support of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Aside from the HDMI/ARC port, the 40n offer a range of analog and digital connectivity options, including Bluetooth and WiFi support, USB ports and optical inputs.

Rated power output is 70 Watts per channel into 4 ohms and 100 Watts per channel at 8 ohms.

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By Greg Tarr

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