Arcam make some bold claims for their latest AV receiver, the AVR750 7.1 and the specs certainly look impressive. They launched the new receiver at the Munich High End show and we went along to have a bit of a listen in what was definitely one of the most lively rooms there.
• 4K (UHD) video compatible including upscaling
• 7 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs, ARC compatible
• Auto setup with room correction
• Class G power amplification
• On board PSU for rSeries accessories
• Ethernet, RS232 and IR control
• Free iOS control app
Charlie Brennan the MD of Arcam says the followint about it.
“The AVR750 is, quite simply, the highest performing AV receiver Arcam has ever made. The AVR750 is an audiophile product by any measure. Equally at home with high resolution surround sound or two-channel music, the AVR750 delivers stunning realism with everything from heavy-weight blockbusters to your favourite concert video.
The power amplifiers within the AVR750 are perhaps the finest ever seen within any AV receiver. Power delivery is both clean and tight against a background noise level that is astoundingly low. Listeners can expect to be enthralled from the opening sequence to the final encore!”
We had a listen to the new receiver at Munich High End show on Saturday and, whilst we’re not usually great fans of A|V set ups, were very impressed with its performance through some KEF E series loudspeakers. You can read more in due course when we publish the Munich High End show reports in full.