Marantz SR8015 11.2 Channel AV Receiver with HEOS Music Streaming

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Marantz
Connectivity Technology HDMI
Controller Type Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa
Compatible Devices Television
Total HDMI Ports 10
Connector Type HDMI
Audio Encoding Stereo
Surround Sound Channel Configuration 11.2 Channel
Color marantz black
Item Dimensions LxWxH 18.11 x 17.32 x 7.48 inches

  • Premium power performing amplification
  • 8K upscaling is available on all eight HDMI ports.
  • Dolby Atmos Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology



From the manufacturer

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Reciever

Powerful 11-Channel Discrete Amplifier

Featuring discrete high-current power amplifiers on all channels, the SR8015 delivers 140W of power per channel (8 Ohm, 20Hz-20kHz, THD: 0.05%, 2ch drive). With low impedance driver capability, it offers operational stability with a wide range of speakers for balanced, quality sound. Auto Eco Mode adjusts power output to speakers based on volume level and on-screen eco meter, providing power consumption reduction in real-time without sacrificing superb Marantz sound.

Experience the Next Chapter in Movie

Entertainment The new SR8015 lets you enjoy all your entertainment in highest quality with crystal- clear enjoyment. Enjoy your movies in 8K with 8K/60Hz pass-through or upscaling, as well as the latest in HDMI technology like Dynamic HDR and Quick Media Switching (QMS), which is used in movies to eliminate video delay.

The Next Level in Gaming

Experience the highest quality gaming thrills yet. Enjoy your gaming with 4K/120Hz pass- through, as well as Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Quick Frame Transport (QFT), and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), which reduces or eliminates lag and frame tearing to offer a smoother, lag-free gaming experience.

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Receiver

Marantz Receiver

Supports Latest Object-Based Audio Formats

Immerse yourself in 3D audio with the latest surround formats like Dolby Atmos, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, DTS:X, DTS Virtual:X, DTS:X Pro, IMAX Enhanced and Auro-3D.

Masterful 8K HDMI Connectivity

The new Marantz SR8015 includes 8 HDMI inputs and 3 outputs for all your favorite sources. One dedicated 8K HDMI input supports 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz pass-through capability, 4:4:4 Pure Color sub-sampling, Dolby Vision, HLG, HDR10, 21:9 video, 3D and BT.2020 pass-through. HDCP 2.3, the latest in copy protection standards, is supported on all HDMI inputs. Showcasing the latest HDMI technology and specifications, the new SR8015 kicks your home entertainment up a notch with HDR10+, Dynamic HDR, ALLM, VRR, QMS and QFT support. The video processor is also capable of upscaling your native video source up to 8K quality.

The Most Musical Sound

Extensively tuned by Marantz sound masters at the most state of the art facilities to deliver an exquisite sonic signature. No component leaves the hands of Marantz sound masters until it passes rigorous testing. Envelop yourself with the most musical sound, from any source.

Additional information

Weight 34.3 kg
Dimensions 18.11 × 17.32 × 7.48 cm
Product Dimensions

18.11 x 17.32 x 7.48 inches

Item Weight

34.3 pounds





Item model number


Date First Available

July 13 2020



10 reviews for Marantz SR8015 11.2 Channel AV Receiver with HEOS Music Streaming

  1. George Toth

    Massive receiverHigh quality sound, but redicoulusly overpriced…!

  2. Grondaag

    Dual hdmi outputs are limited if driving displays of different capabilitiesIf you’re looking to use this AVR to drive two different display panels, then you should be aware that both monitors should support 4K and Dolby Vision. For instance If one of the TVs is Dolby Vision, and the other is not, then you will not get Dolby Vision on either HDMI output. This is very limiting in my case since the second monitor is in the kitchen, and there is no room to mount a Dolby Vision capable display.

  3. Patrick P Louis

    Great unit, some machines are not at 100% functionality.The SR 8015 would have been a great unit if it weren’t for my bad luck of getting a defective machine. The volume control and the remote control were totally unresponsive. I returned it and will wait a while until they work out all the bugs to buy another.

  4. Customer

    Very good qualityReplaced Yamaha Rx1080, sounds very good for music , Dolby Atmos is not at good as Yamaha is kind of dimmed out, might need to tweak more with it. But I use it primarily for music. I have had it for couple of weeks

  5. John B.

    Top quality and soundSolid build, supports the latest standards, sounds excellent. Had to upgrade to floor loudspeakers to capture the fidelity this can drive. I like the Audyssey room sound calibration system.

  6. Ricky B.

    Excellent productGreat Receiver. Set up is no problem sound is excellent. Very happy with this receiver. Do recommend an infinity air fan as they do run hot after extended use!

  7. Amazon Customer

    Thank youThank you very much..

  8. william

    DisappointedI had to send it back. When I picked it up to install, there was something inside of it rolling around, sounds like a screw. So sad!

  9. Noonan!

    Wow! What a difference!I had an older Denon 7.2 AVR that was nice but it didn’t support 4K pass through or the newer tech..and it always sounded “anemic” with my setup, despite being 125w/channel. I always had issues with my Denon and it’s sluggish interface – so I switched to this Marantz and separates…and couldn’t be happier. It’s got so much more power and clarity… I can now hear details I never did before. I’m using Energy Veritas towers and center channel… and SVS subs, front heights and surrounds. This unit was a game changer to my setup. And the Marantz interface is snappy and so much better than what I was coming from. I would highly recommend this unit.

  10. Greek Samurai

    Be warned – Terrible Lack of Support from Marantz after warranty for their high-end productsFirst, I do not own a Marantz SR8015 but I’ve owned Marantz AV receivers for 20 years including the previous versions of the 8012 and 8015, namely the 8001 and 8002 which have identical toroidal power supplies at 780 watts. I’m an avid Marantz enthusiast and yet I feel a need to forewarn anyone here who may end up with a $3,199 brick after the warranty expires. As you know from Marantz reviews, their products sound great but they also are prone to failure. I personally know the address of the main regional service center by heart and it’s not by choice. I have a whole page of tickets on Marantz’s website and that doesn’t include phone calls.If you only plan to use this 3-5 years, then by all means don’t even bother reading this. My experience with AV receivers is that most folks want to get as much use out of them as possible as they are a pain to set up and calibrate besides being expensive.First of all, as several reviewers have said about this unit, it does overheat as it’s very densely packed. One reviewer recommended that you use the ECO setting. Another reviewer jested that it should come with a recipe for Egg Florentine. I would recommend you buy a much cheaper receiver if you have to use Eco especially if cannot be set via the Remote directly and requires you to enter a menu. These are very serious concerns when it comes to the longevity of the product in view of the fact that once the warranty expires, you are at the mercy of 2 other companies and Marantz has made it very clear they won’t stand behind their products.My unit is old- I purchased it over 9 years ago from Amazon. I called United Radio and they wouldn’t even take it in for support as they won’t repair units at all after 7-10 years. My $2,000 receiver is unfortunately now a brick. What’s more worrisome is that this can happen anytime after the warranty expires.If you don’t believe me, here are some comments copied from my ticket in a communication with Marantz customer support:[Marantz Customer Support]Marantz does not own any service centers. All of them are independent contractors… [Marantz] does not have our own parts inventory. We have a separate company that handles that for us. It is a company called Encompass and if they do not have the parts needed for the repair then the unit is deemed not repairable.In truth, nothing is unrepairable. It is just that because parts that are not available would have to be made, the cost of the repair would be more prohibitive than the cost to buy a new unit. So it is not worth repairing. If United Radio told you the unit can not be repaired what they meant was that replacement parts are not available and it would cost you more to repair it than it is worth.Marantz does not have an obligation to any of its units outside of their warranty period. We still provide phone and email support as a courtesy. And it is not so much that they will not accept the unit, they just know for old units there are not likely to be parts available and they do not want you to waste your time shipping it to them if that is the case.[End of Email from Marantz]A couple of things to note here. First, Marantz doesn’t make the parts – another company makes them. There’s no contractual obligation from the parts manufacturer and Marantz to offer parts for any period of time to support their products even their reference series.Second, Marantz makes it completely obvious that the Authorized Service Centers that they direct you to are completely unaffiliated with Marantz and have no obligation to even accept certain units for repair. This is exactly what happened to me – their regional service center wouldn’t even accept the unit for repair. They say that nothing is irreparable – well, obviously all my receivers are.Third, Marantz clearly states that it does not have an obligation to any of its units outside of their warranty period. Unlike car or watch manufacturers who will gladly repair your unit for a fee , Marantz’s interpretation is that they have no obligation to even offer a means or a service center to repair the unit. You’re on your own – it’s Saab time and the factory is shut down.This is very disconcerting for what are considered by many audiophile grade receivers – it would be fine if we’re talking about a $500 receiver but not okay for $3,000+ receivers.Like many of you, I was planning to upgrade to the 8015 but I can’t buy it if it will not be repairable 5 years after I buy it and I definitely don’t want to squabble about the existence of parts with Marantz if something happens. If there are no parts, this receiver will be completely unusable and I’ll end up with 3 of the most expensive bricks I’ve owned. I’m sharing my story with you to make sure that this doesn’t happen to you.I know that a few of you will think that I got plenty of life out of my receiver and I did and I love the sound of the receiver but the option to repair it should rest with me, not Marantz. I was lucky I had a spare 8001 and could use that but not everyone here will be in that situation where they have a 8012 lying around and certainly spending another $3,000 to replace the same model is not something I would like any of you to have to do. And let me tell you, my back has paid the huge price dealing with the broken receiver. One service center accepted it, charged me but didn’t fix the receiver. You don’t want to hear Marantz’s response.

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