Turn Dreams into Reality with the McIntosh MAC7200 Receiver: World-Class Design Supports 2x DSD and DSD 384kHz, Includes Quad Balanced DAC, Phono Preamplifier, 14 Inputs, and Much More
A receiver in name only, the McIntosh MAC7200 is actually a world-class amplifier design combined with an incredible preamplifier circuit, eight-channel Quad Balanced 32-bit/192kHz DAC that supports 2x DSD and DXD 384kHz, a powerful headphone amplifier with Headphone Crossfeed Director, and the legendary McIntosh AM/FM tuner. Proprietary Autoformers ensure your speakers receive every last bit of the full 200-watt output. New, Monogrammed Heatsinks effortlessly eradicate heat and eliminate any need for warm-up time. MAC7200 also serves as a phono preamplifier via two dedicated phono sections (one MM, one MC). But we're just getting started.
Outfitted with 14 inputs (including a proprietary MCT for purest-possible DSD sound), MAC7200 makes any music sound authoritative, realistic, and engaging. Bass and treble tone controls let you customize the levels of every input. Home Theater Pass Through means MAC7200 seamlessly interfaces with your existing home-theater system. The presence of patented Power Guard circuitry prevents clipping and further protects your speakers from damage. Similarly, McIntosh's Sentry Monitor improves the reliability and lifespan of MAC7200.
This U.S.A.-built instrument also houses all digital inputs in a DA1 Digital Module that can be replaced by future modules to keep everything current, even when technology changes. A mammoth power supply, upgraded microprocessors, Blue Watt meters, and McIntosh's unique black glass faceplate swing the balance further in favor of MAC7200. Aesthetically, we cannot fully express just how beautiful this component looks when the lights are turned low and records are playing. Our Money-Back Guarantee means you've got nothing to lose to see – and hear – how MAC7200 will bring joy to your life in your own home.
More About the Inputs, Preeminent Tuner, and Customization Options
For analog, one balanced and five unbalanced inputs join one MC and one MM input to connect turntables. For digital, two coaxial and two optical inputs, one USB and one proprietary MCT input give you a plethora of options. All inputs can be given custom names for user-friendly system control and configuration. The coax and optical inputs support up to 24-bit/192kHz files. The built-in AM/FM tuner comes from the same illustrious line of McIntosh tuners and will pick up your favorite radio stations with unparalleled clarity and a realism that is free from noise and distortion. Its advanced signal quality monitor can display the multipath and noise levels of the incoming RF signal to help fine tune antenna placement for optimal reception. Dedicated PRESET and TUNING knobs enable easy radio operation. The FM tuner includes Radio Data System (RDS) support, allowing it to display optional information sent by radio stations such as the station’s name and call letters as well as the name of the artist and song being played. It features 20 presets for each radio band as well as a remote AM antenna.
An Unparalleled Heritage of Prestigious Craftsmanship
McIntosh has been handmaking world-class audio equipment for seven decades. Each component is produced in the same upstate New York factory the company has called home for 60 years. Recognized and revered around the globe, McIntosh continues to set new standards for high-end performance, unstinting reliability, and product longevity. Its storied tradition of ingenuity, craftsmanship, pride, and service is shared by only the most iconic American brands. In an era where manufacturing shortcuts and outsourcing are the norm, McIntosh takes a no-compromise approach defined by hands-on workmanship, singular expertise, and an unabated passion for being the best in its field. These rarified characteristics set McIntosh apart. While most audio companies emulate the competition, McIntosh leads by living up to – and exceeding – its own benchmarks. That's the mark of a legend.
Like None Other: Iconic Blue Watt Meters and Black Faceplates
The gentle glow of McIntosh's signature Blue Watt meters tells you that you own a legend – and that you made the right choice. Those soft blue lights convey comfort, coolness, and character. Known even to non-audiophiles, McIntosh's stylish meters also serve a practical purpose that guards against speaker damage. They're one of many unique elements distinctive to every McIntosh product. McIntosh's namesake black faceplates claim an equally famous pedigree. Whether 1/4-inch or 1/8-inch thick, every glass faceplate is cut with garnet dust to diminish friction and guarantee a perfect finish. The unrivaled appearance further owes to the application of 12 layers of paint and final examination by a white-gloved specialist. This combination of personal care, old-school values, and human involvement exemplifies what makes McIntosh different – and better.
Handmade for Everyone That Appreciates the Superiority of Hands-On Artistry
McIntosh's handcrafted ethic predates by more than half a century the handcrafted movement currently re-defining the beer, food, furniture, jewelry, and soap industries. From patrons of farm-to-table restaurants to fans of limited-batch beer, people increasingly realize the importance and superiority of handcrafted goods in their everyday life. Whether it's the exacting detail afforded the PC boards, the meticulous attention paid to the hand-wound transformer coils, or the innovation behind patented Power Guard circuitry, McIntosh shares in the same belief. Rather than cut corners or adhere to mass-produced construction, McIntosh only puts its name on components that deliver paragon experiences by way of their unassailable artistry and precision-minded quality. While McIntosh products don't come cheap, they stand out – and stand the test of time – in a world flooded by homogeneity and inferiority.
Aspire to Own an American Icon
McIntosh amplifiers broadcast President Lyndon Johnson's inauguration speech and powered the original Woodstock festival. Nearly 29,000 watts of McIntosh power fueled the Grateful Dead's Wall of Sound, regarded by many as the finest-sounding concert system ever devised. McIntosh has assisted in the recording of some of history's most celebrated albums, including the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds. David Bowie collaborator/noted producer Tony Visconti and Dead guitarist/singer Bob Weir are among the countless McIntosh devotees. Thousands of older McIntosh components remain active in systems, having been built to last a lifetime. The history is clear: With McIntosh, you're not only considering today but planning for endless tomorrows. McIntosh is legacy audio you bequeath to future generations. The reason wish lists exists, McIntosh is the dream you aspire to own and, once you do, you cherish forever.