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SOLD: FS: ANTHEM AVM60 11.2Ch Processor

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Item: ANTHEM AVM60 11.2Ch Processor
Location: Melbourne VIC
Price: $2950 ONO
Item Condition: As new with all accessories and books, no box, can arrange suitable transport box with protection. Also have ARC Mic.
Reason for selling: Fund upgrade
Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Can Post anywhere is Aus - $50.
 

Audiophile-Friendly 11.2 Pre-Amplifier/Processor

Few A/V Preamplifier-Processors offer the innovation and performance found in the all new AVM 60. Features include Dolby Atmos & DTS:X immersive audio decoding, support for UHD Blu-ray and 4K60 through HDMI 2.0a with HDR. HDCP 2.2 and 18.2 Gbps are also included allowing switching for compatibility with the latest video formats.

Audiophile-friendly features include a toroidal power supply, premium differential-output D/A converters with 32-bit conversion and sampling rate optimized filters for hi-res sound. Premium A/D converters with 106 dB signal to noise ratio ensure the highest- quality sound when using analog sources.

DTS Play-Fi offers easy-to-use music playback from popular streaming services and locally networked sources, controlled through iOS, Android or PC apps.

 

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