For more than 50 years, the company Marantz knows to cater the deciseve home cineasts and audiophiles with top-notch equipment that from the beginning aims to extend the user’s sensory horizons. Now, they’ve introduced their new flagship in the seriously onerous industry for universal players. The UD9004 is touted to be one serious universal machine that can handle almost any media type from the common CD to high-res Blue-ray and even the crisp sound data on a SA-CD. Notably particularity, two HDMI outputs separating the audio from the video signal to entirely ensure a clear transmission and pure unimpeded high-def experience in your home cinema. Besides, the copper highlighted aluminum UD9004 ship has on board stereo XLR outputs, 32-bit audio converters and SHARC DSP, a RS-232C control chip, a Silicon Optix’s REALTA HQV processor and a tiny but notable SD card slot.