Marantz PM7000N Integrated Stereo Amplifier with HEOS

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Model: PM7000N/U1B UPC: 699927141752 Item: 173878

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Discover the PM7000N, the first Marantz fully discrete, current feedback integrated Hi-Fi amplifier with HEOS Built-in technology. The ideal choice for audiophiles, the PM700N includes high-grade audio components, current feedback HDAMs, a toroidal transformer, and a high-speed instantaneous current power supply. Stream music wirelessly, or enjoy high-resolution digital audio files up to 24 bits and 192 kHz sampling.

Power to suit your audio preference:

2ch fully discrete current feedback integrated Hi-Fi amplifier; 60W per channel (8-ohm, 20Hz – 20kHz)

Wide range of connectivity

Four analog inputs, one analog output, one coaxial input, two optical digital inputs, and one USB-A for high-resolution audio files

Marantz proprietary HDAM-SA3 circuit

Wider dynamic range with lower distortion for the output stage

Flexibility for all configurations

Tone control to tune sound to your exact specifications and dedicated subwoofer output for evenly dispersed bass, no audible peaks or dips

Newly designed electric volume circuit

Use the latest volume control IC to realize better channel separation, dynamic range, and distortion-reduction

Play vinyl with exceptional clarity

Integrated phono input with a newly design FET input stage to improve signal purity and improve sound

Premium Marantz SPKT-1+ speaker terminals

Improved connection to speakers

Stream music from your favorite sources

Play songs from TuneIn, Internet Radio, Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM, Amazon Prime Music, TIDAL and more via AirPlay 2, Bluetooth and the HEOS app (music streaming services may vary by region)

Speak your commands

Supports Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri voice agents for seamless voice control

High-performance, high-resolution audio playback

Ability to decode high-resolution audio ALAC, FLAC and WAV lossless files up to 24-bit/192-kHz — plus, DSD 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz tracks for high-resolution listening

Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with 2.4GHz/5GHz dual band support

Improved network stability even in Wi-Fi crowded homes

Works with your TV remote

Program the PM7000N to work with your TV remote and easily adjust volume up, volume down, mute and source selection




  • Channels: 2
  • Current Feedback Topology
  • Phono EQ: OP amp + FET input stage
  • HDAMversion: HDAM-SA3, SA2
  • Power Transformer: Toroidal
  • Symetric PCB Layout
  • Aluminum Extrusion Heat Sink
  • Tone Control: Bass/Treble
  • Source Direct
  • Balance
  • Pure modes: 3


  • Audio Inputs: 4
  • Phono Input: MM
  • Optical Input: 2
  • Coaxial Input: 1
  • USB-A: 1 (rear)
  • Recorder Out
  • Pre-out: Subwoofer
  • Gold Plated Cinch
  • Number of Terminals: 1 pair
  • Remote Control Bus Terminal
  • Headphone Out: 1 (Front)


  • 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
  • Supported Voice Agents: Alexa/Google Assistant/Siri
  • Compatible with HEOS Remote App
  • Ethernet Input: 1
  • Wi-Fi: Dual antenna/dual band
  • Bluetooth


  • Power Output (8 ohm): 60W
  • Power Output (4 ohm): 80W
  • Frequency Response: 5 Hz - 100 kHz +/- 3dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz): 0.02%
  • Damping Factor (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz): 100 and over
  • Input Sensitivity (MM): 2.0mV / 47 kOhms
  • Signal to Noise Ratio (MM): 87 dB (5 mV input, 1 W output)
  • Input Sensitivity: 220 mY/18 kOhms
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 115 dB (2 V input, rated output)


  • Power Consumption: 220 W
  • Standby Consumption: 0.4 W
  • Detachable Power Cable
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 17.3" x 4.9" x 14.9"
  • Weight: 23.8 lbs

What's in the Box

What's in the Box

  • PM7000N Integrated Stereo Amplifier
  • Remote Control


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Customer Reviews for Marantz PM7000N Integrated Stereo Amplifier with HEOS

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Rated 5 out of 5
PM7000N nice amp w/ wifi and bluetooth connections
great amp with easy connection via bluetooth.
March 9, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
The only all-in-one you will ever need. Almost.
I have two of those PM7000n, one driving Focal Aria 906, the other KEF LS50 meta. Musically speaking, a very capable amplifier with plenty of power, punch and clarity for the price. The HEOS app is its Achilles heel however. Constant issues with ‘HEOS account server is not available. Please try again later.’ are killing the pleasure of listening the music and enjoying a very good piece of gear that PM7000n truly is. Especially when you have two of those. I hope that Denon/Marantz do a proper job with the app, as that is the only thing that is keeping the amp from really nailing it and becoming the best all-in-one that money can buy under $2,000.
February 18, 2022
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Rated 4 out of 5
Great stereo amplifier.
I mainly use my pc to play my music collection or play on Spotify and Tidal. This is perfectly matched with my Fyne301 speaker. Great clarity and vocal expression. Hook up my subwoofer and I can sit with it for a whole day. However, it is not perfect for the following reasons: 1, the volume turn up when you switch from one input to another, to protect your ear and speaker , just lower the volume both on your computer app and the one on PM7000; 2, lack of room correction EQ; 3, lack of USB-DAC connection. This is very important when you need to play and organize whatever you want directly from your pc while using the build in DAC for Hi res audio.If the 3 issues above resolved, that would be 5stars plus!
January 24, 2022
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great sound!
I’m a 40 something music lover who has always owned entry level receivers and AVRs. I always felt I had decent stereo systems but knew there was more out there to be had. I finally splurged on a nice Marantz integrated amp like I had been meaning to do for years now. I am so glad I did! The sound upgrade of the PM7000n is worth every penny. There is so much more detail and resolution even at lower volumes than my previous entry level Onkyo 9050. Not to disparage Onkyo as I have owned many and like the brand but this Marantz is in another league. I am going back through my music catalog and hearing new details everyday. Synthesizers have extra sparkle and little metronomic cymbals in electronic tracks are emerging from the shadows and floating in space. Instruments are more detailed and separated and I feel more “in the music” than having a wall of sound playing “at me”. ‘Down by the River’ by Neil Young has never sounded this transparent. It’s like I’m in the studio. Bass notes are tighter and more succinct. No flabby bass or low frequency moans that aren’t well defined. Before I would only be able to leave my recievers on tone defeat or pure audio about half of the time before running over to add bass to move my Klipsch KLF 20s’ 10 inch woofers. This Marantz unit has a fuller sound at all volumes and bass is always present and balanced even on pure audio with the exception of a few poor recordings of course. As far as the operating system with HEOS, so far it seems to be working fine. No complaints there. Now I can’t help but wonder what one of the higher end units sounds like.
January 9, 2022
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Rated 4 out of 5
Unfinished and Almost Great
Sound quality is great. I don't know why some people think it lacks 'punch' - a 20dB increase in input equals a 20dB increase in output, up until clipping. It drives both my KEF LS-50s and Magneplanar .7s adequately for my room. It certainly isn't lacking in input flexibility. But it does lack 3 things: No subsonic filter on the phono input. Dumb. No level matching between inputs. My phono is about 12dB lower in level than other inputs. Dumber. Streaming is limited to 192k when it should be 384k. Fix those 3 things, and the PM7000N would be a true classic. As it stands, it's an unfinished work.
November 21, 2021
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Rated 2 out of 5
Great sound, terrible Airplay
I love the sound of Marantz, and was happy to upgrade to amp with modern streamimg tech. Unfortunately, PM7000N AirPlay is disaster. It disconnects all the time, and it is impossible to use it. Also Marantz customer service is disappointment as i cant reset the account password. If anyone from Marantz read this, please contact me.
October 3, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Happy owner
The sound is amazing and just what would expect. This is my 2nd Marantz receiver and so far no issues.
September 7, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Great sound, streaming needs improvement
I bought the PM7000N about 6 weeks ago and the sound is wonderful. Perfectly happy with the sound quality. I bought it at a local HiFi store after listening to it and also on the recommendation of the store owner who said he prefers the bass from the Marantz over another comparable brand that he also sells. I thought that was a solid endorsement. I also prefer the Marantz's class A/B amplification over the class D amplification in other brands. The unit was easy to set up, has great binding posts, and simple controls. It's a perfect size and good looking. A second set of speaker outputs would be nice for wired multi-room sound, but my situation doesn't require it. Now for the streaming. If you're not concerned with audiophile-grade high-resolution streaming, you can stop reading here, run out and by the PM7000N now, and be perfectly delighted with Spotify/Pandora/Apple Music/etc. I use an iPhone, so the rest of my comments come from that perspective. The PM7000N does not support Qobuz other than through AirPlay. AirPlay is limited to 16 bits and 44kHz (CD quality. That's nice, but that's not why you pay for a high-res service which has recordings up to 24bits/192kHz. Tidal can be played through the HEOS app or AirPlay, but my understanding is that HEOS also limits Tidal to 16/44. Hopefully Marantz will add support for the new Tidal Connect, similar to Spotify Connect, to be able to hear the full resolution masters without the music going through your phone. To hear high resolution music beyond 16/44, it seems that Amazon Ultra HD is supported in the HEOS app. Another way to play high-res music is to use a 3rd party app like BubbleUPnP for Android or MConnect for iOS, and play Qobuz or Tidal, etc, through that. This is disappointing for me on my iPhone, as MConnect is not as nice to use as the Qobuz or Tidal apps themselves. More importantly, sometimes MConnect doesn't see the Marantz on the network, which is very frustrating. The PM7000N is getting great reviews and seems like the best, most capable stereo receiver around this price point. I would have thought its streaming capabilities would be current with state-of-the-art services. You can buy a more capable streamer for just $149 (I'll refrain from naming it). Hopefully Marantz will catch up with a firmware update soon.
July 19, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Handsom Booster
My duo PM7000N and the HD Antares Speakers make me allways happy. But one Question is left. When i stream TIDAL with Flac quallity, is the Bluetooth of my Tablet or Mobilefon able to send this quallity to the AMP? Best Regards
June 20, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Convenience and Power in One
The PM7000N is a handsome unit with a great features set and plenty of power for driving my inefficient Magneplanars. The DAC is detailed and clear. In my rig, the Marantz's soundstage is not as well-defined as my other amps. The HEOS app works well, but I wish navigating music and finding new music was more intuitive.
June 16, 2021
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Recommended by insidehook for The Best Vinyl Setups
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Andrew V on Dec 26, 2019
I like the Marants brand, I have been using it for a long time.
Putrya V on Dec 3, 2019
Andrew V on Dec 26, 2019