Anthem MRX 300 7.1 A/V Receiver


Introduction to the Anthem MRX 300 Receiver

Anthem is a company that is well-known in audiophile circles for cost-no-object separates and excellent separate power amplifiers. Anthem is the parent company to Paradigm, whose Studio 20 v.3 monitors were used in conjunction with the Anthem seven-channel MRX 300 AV receiver for this review. I always assume that companies who manufacture both receivers and speakers design them to work with each other. This may or may not always be the case but the two were a good match for power handling and voicing.


  • Design: 7.1 AV Receiver
  • Power Output: 7 x 80 Watts
  • Codecs: All, Including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Anthem Room Correction (ARC), Scaling to 1080p60, 1080p24
  • 3D Support via Software Upgrade
  • Connections: HDMI, Component Video, S-Video, Composite Video, Coaxial Digital, Optical Digital, Analog Stereo Audio, IR, RS-232
  • Dimensions: 6" H x 17" W x 14" D
  • Weight: 33.4 Pounds
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