Upgrade My Receiver to Auro-3D: The Immersive Surround Format You Heard the Least About

Most of these are ultra-premium products costing well over $10,000, which keeps Auro from mass-market adoption. Select Denon and Marantz receivers and pre-pros, however, are capable of being upgraded to Auro-3D for $199. And it happens that my Marantz …
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