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Introducing the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver

Introducing the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver
If you’re looking for an audio device with superior engineering and quality sound, then the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver should be at the top of your list. With its simple setup coupled with impressive features and performance benefits, this receiver is designed to bring out the best in both music and movies. From its built-in home theater bypass feature to dual system operation capabilities, exclusive DA1 Digital Audio Module preinstalled, and several other components – exploring all that it has to offer will make any audiophile go crazy! Read on to learn more about how the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver can elevate your listening experience.

The McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver is a remarkable audio component designed to deliver a superior listening experience. This receiver boasts 200 watts of power per channel and a balanced dual-mono design for exceptional audio clarity. The MAC7200 is also equipped with McIntosh's proprietary Power Guard technology, which prevents unwanted distortion and protects your speakers from damage. In addition to its impressive audio capabilities, the MAC7200 features a sleek design with aluminum end caps and a black glass front panel. Additionally, it has a customizable illuminated meter that adds a touch of elegance to your audio system.
Key Features:
High-Performance Amplifier Section: The MAC7200 is equipped with a high-performance amplifier section that delivers a powerful 200 watts per channel. This amplifier section is designed to provide clean and distortion-free sound, even at high volume levels.
Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC): The MAC7200 features a high-quality 8-channel, 32-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that can decode digital audio signals up to 32-bit/384kHz via USB and 24-bit/192kHz via coax and optical. This allows you to enjoy high-resolution digital audio from your favorite sources, such as Blu-ray players, streaming services, and digital music players.
Multiple Inputs: The MAC7200 has a total of 14 inputs! Analog inputs include 1 balanced, 5 unbalanced, 1 moving coil and 1 moving magnet input. Digital inputs include 2 coaxial and 2 optical inputs, 1 USB and 1 MCT Input for use with the MCT500 SACD/CD Transport. Your digital inputs are future proof as they are contained in the DA1 Digital Audio Module, which can be replaced by future modules so your receiver will stay up to date as digital technology evolves in the future.
Customizable Tone Controls: The MAC7200 has a set of customizable tone controls that allow you to fine-tune the sound to your liking. You can adjust the bass and treble, as well as the balance and loudness.
Classic McIntosh Design: The MAC7200 features the classic McIntosh design, with a black glass front panel, blue meters, and chrome accents. This design not only looks great but also serves as a symbol of quality and performance.
Durability: McIntosh is known for its high-quality, durable audio components, and the MAC7200 is no exception. This receiver is built to last, with a rugged chassis and high-quality components that can withstand years of use.
With its feature-rich design and flexible options, the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver is an ideal addition to any home theater or audio setup. Its impressive audio capabilities separate it from other similar receivers on the market today. For those who are looking for an easy way to upgrade their home audio, consider the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver as an ideal choice. To get the most out of your system and learn more about what this receiver can bring to your space, visit us in store for more information!

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