Marantz were early arrivals at the Apple AirPlay shindig, stating that its Melody Media all-in-one system, was "the world's first AirPlay certified music system".
Since that announcement, Denon has also confrimed that it will come a rocking down AirPlay avenue, via a firmware update on some of its systems.
And now, Marantz has announced a similar plan and declared what systems it will be including in its AirPlay line-up.
The AirPlay update will be coming to Marantz's SR7005 AV receiver, the AV7005 AV preamplifier, the NA7004 network audio player and the Melody Media (M-CR603) networked CD receiver.
Ken Ishiwata, brand ambassador of Marantz said: “Marantz has always been at the forefront of every music packaged media playback, be it mono LP, stereo LP, CD and SACD.
"However people’s lifestyle and needs changed. Nowadays the use of iPod and iPhone is very popular and rapidly increasing. That is why it is a natural step for Marantz to make AirPlay possible on our products and we strongly believe this way of listening music will bring Marantz closer to people.
"AirPlay uses Apple’s lossless format and this allows high quality music playback from the Marantz systems. AirPlay adds yet another great dimension to the content enjoyment experience made possible through Marantz’s relationship with a variety of streaming partners.
"Our consumers, as well as valued retail partners, have always depended on Marantz for the most advanced innovations and leading-edge technologies that take the home entertainment experience to the next level and provide creative solutions for maximum enjoyment and flexibility."
It isn't yet known how much the upgrade will cost, but we expect it to be around £40.