At half the height of a traditional receiver, the NR1200 drives impeccable sound for your movies, shows, Hi-Fi audio, and more. It's a slimline stereo network receiver aimed at those looking to upgrade their TV's audio beyond a sound bar, but without having to upgrade to a a full AV receiver. The NR1200 supports the latest HDMI connectivity with its 5 inputs, each one supporting HDCP 2.3, 4K Ultra HD 60Hz video, HLG and more. Stream music from leading music services and HEOS built in and control it all via the NR1200's with voice control compatibility via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri.
- Maximum number of processing preamp channels: 2.
- HEOS multi-room and streaming/network audio streaming
- Lossy formats: Mp3/WMA/AAC
- Lossless formats: FLAC/ALAC/WAV
- FLAC HD 192/24/WAV 192/24/ALAC 192/24
- DSD audio streaming: Up to DSD5.6
- Gapless playback (FLAC, WAV, ALAC, DSD)
- AirPlay2 audio streaming
- Internet Radio (TuneIn)
- Spotify Connect/Deezer/TIDAL/Napster/Pandora/SiriusXM
- Compatible with Remote app on iOS and Android
- 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 resolution/HDCP 2.3
- ARC (Audio Return Channel)
- GUI overlay on HDMI
- HDR (HDR10)/HLG/Dolby Vision
- 3D signal passthrough
- HDMI passthrough in standby mode
- HEOS multi-room integrated
- HEOS link compatibility: IR/IP
- IP control/Web control/App control
- Domotz Pro/IHIJI compatible
- HDMI In/Out: 5/1
- Analog In: 3
- Phono MM In
- Digital In
- Optical: 1
- Coaxial: 1
- USB audio
- Multichannel pre out (2.2)
- Subwoofer out: 2
- Front inputs: USB
- FL display: 1 line
- Hybrid Graphic User Interface
- GUI language: 3
- Setup assistant
- Smart select
- Firmware update by network/USB
- Variable crossover
- Optimized bass redirection
- ECO mode
- Auto power off
- Sleep timer
- Number of poweramps: 2
- Number of speaker terminals: 4
- Power output
- (8 ohms, 20Hz - 20kHz, 0.08% 2ch drive): 70W
- (6 ohms, 1kHz, 0.7% 2ch drive): 100W
- (6 ohms, 1kHz, 10% 1ch drive): 150W
- Power consumption: 180W
- Standby Power Consumption: 0.2 (with CEC 0.5)
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 17.3" x 14.9" x 4.1" (Height is 6.9" when antennas are vertical)
- Weight: 18.1 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box
- NR1200 Slim 2.1-Channel 4K Ultra HD AV Stereo Receiver
- Remote (RC041SR)
Customer Reviews for Marantz NR1200 2-Channel Slim Stereo Receiver with HEOS Built-in
Although I only intend to use the system for strictly music playback via phono, streaming and coupled with a cd transport, there is endless room for expansion.
The manual for this unit is literally 200 pages, but once you go through it, navigating the system is relatively easy.
I have paired my receiver with Klipsch RP600M bookshelf, a Cambridge Audio CXC V2 cd transport, Audio Technica lpw50pb manual turntable and will order a SVS SB1000 Pro subwoofer.
2 months ago
I am also exclusively digital at this point and the onboard HEOS has been a game changer. The app works well and also is not specific to a device so you can install it on every one you have in the house if you are so inclined. This allows adjustment to songs and volume by any device not just the one you started the music on. One limitation to the HEOS for me is you loose some functionality of the specific apps like Pandora while in the HEOS platform. I can run a Pandora station via HEOS but not my playlists or other search features from this streaming service. This is not a real problem though because it’s easy to bypass the HEOS and stream directly from a device running the Pandora app to the NR1200 when I am in the mood. it’s easy to switch anytime between sources and yet alternate devices can still adjust the volume via HEOS even when bypassing via the Pandora app on a selected device. Having the ability to expand into analog/video sources down the road for me also helps to future-proof this great powerhouse. I don’t see outgrowing it’s capabilities for many years and even then there will still be a place for the NR1200 as a complementary system somewhere else in the house.
The HEOS app is confusing & connecting Bluetooth devices is a nightmare!
That being said, the 2 channels stereo, the AirPlay, and the separate A & B channel control ALMOST make up for the previous downfalls.
Considering it’s cost & the 6 month release delay and it’s technical downfalls..... I’ll say, I really expected more from Marantz.