MANOVA design

Being rusty, I would be grateful for a quick confirmation of MANOVA being an appropriate model:

I have one dependent variable but 6 independent ones: group (3 levels), subjects per group (a variable number, between 11 and 110 subjects) and then the experimental variables: stimulus (3 levels), stimulus configuration (2 levels), stimulus frequency (low or high, 2 levels), phase (a, b or c, 3 levels). There are repeated measures (90 times every single combination of the experimental variables above was presented to each subject).

The response was the rating of the subject, which was the dependent variable. Would this be 6 levels MANOVA with repeated measures or is it univariate ANOVA with repeated measures because there is only one dependent variable? Should the subjects not be treated differently somehow from the experimental variables?