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While its price jump of $1,100 from Anthem’s base model is certainly substantial, the 720 delivers on your home theater devotion with a bevy of new features. That starts with the aforementioned DTS:X (via a “future software update”) and Dolby Atmos object-based surround sound decoding, allowing users to add overhead speakers to their system for a hemispheric explosion of surround sound awesomeness. Users can leverage two of the amp’s seven channels for overhead speakers in a 5.1.2 surround setup, or add a separate amp for a total of four overheads in a 7.1.4 channel configuration.
Also on board the 720 is DTS’ Play-Fi multiroom wireless streaming, which allows the receiver to transmit high-resolution audio (24bit/192kHz max) to a litany of wireless speakers and sound bars from multiple brands, including Definitive Technology, Polk, Harman Kardon, Pardigm, Martin Logan, and others. Other features include the same top-tier 4K UHD passthrough mentioned above, and the company’s Anthem Room Correction system for easy setup.