McIntosh Launches MHT200 Home Theater Receiver at ISE 2023

McIntosh MHT300McIntosh just launched its new MHT300 Home Theater Receiver, a 7.2 channel home theater receiver. The MHT300 delivers 120 to 150 Watts of McIntosh power to every speaker, with all seven channels being driven and supports 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz video on all four of its HDMI inputs and one HDMI output.

Its individual amplifier modules can be configured in a multitude of ways to suit any speaker configuration, and additional external amplifiers can be connected to power the included Height 1 and Height 2 audio outputs, effectively turning the MHT300 into a 7.2.4 home theater receiver. Dirac Live Room Correction enables users to optimize their sound systems and adjust their audio output to the unique acoustics of the space.

The MHT300 includes traditional McIntosh design cues such as their signature black glass front panel, an illuminated McIntosh logo, rotary control knobs and a familiar form factor highlighted by silver trim, all in a robustly built and durable chassis.

Additional key features include:

  • Power Guard signal overload technology that prevents overdriving and damaging your speakers,
    Sentry Monitor short-circuit protection circuit that disengages the output stage should current ever approach unsafe operating levels and then resets automatically when operating conditions return to normal
  • Eco-friendly on/off signal sensing that turns the unit off if no input signal has been detected for a set amount of time and — perhaps more conveniently — automatically turns the MHT300 on when it senses a signal from your home theater processor
  • An FM Tuner for enjoying free over-the-air radio broadcasts

The MHT300 is $8,000 and it’s here.