Anthem MRX 300 7.1 A/V Receiver


Conclusions About the Anthem MRX 300 Receiver

I went into this review expecting a lot. Though it's not the most expensive receiver I've ever reviewed it does come from a company with racehorse pedigree, so I expected it to be everything a receiver could be, which it did not appear to be, at first glance. What it is, though, is a really strong offering with no unforgiveable drawbacks. It offers a sort of different approach to HT by cutting back only on options that can be had in other components or added later. (DACs, video processors, power amps, etc.) If the feature set is robust enough for you, and the amplifier power enough, you should definitely find an Anthem dealer and audition this one.