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Keep the Music Playing With Marantz Vintage Stereo Receivers

Marantz is a company that makes audio equipment such as receivers, amplifiers, and sound systems for home and professional use. Founded in New York, Marantz moved its production to Japan, where its audio and stereo products are still made. When selecting a used or pre-owned Marantz receiver vintage on eBay, having the information you need will allow you to decide what works for your preferences and needs.

What are the features of vintage Marantz receivers?

There are several essential features on a Marantz stereo receiver:

  • Engraved face panels: Marantz receivers feature engraved face panels with the company's logo and name. The engraving is also done to label each of the knobs that are on the faceplate and all of the connections that are on the back of the model.
  • Wood panel or metal housing: Marantz was dedicated to quality goods and services. The housing of Marantz receiver equipment was either wood-grain-covered metal or plain metal. The housing features side and top vents for heat dissipation.
  • Digital display: The digital display on the face of the vintage Marantz receiver audio equipment features a digital and backlit display for the tuner to see what radio station you are on. The digital display also shows the audio signal's frequency response and volume level.

What inputs and outputs does a Marantz receiver have?

  • Amplifier and preamplifier: The amplifier amplifies the sounds before sending them to the stereo's speakers. The preamplifier sends the same sound level directly to the stereo's speakers.
  • Tape: The tape input allows the AV receiver to get data from a cassette tape player.
  • Compact disc and video: These connections allow you to get audio from a compact disc player or a television.
  • Speakers: On the back of the Marantz receiver, you will find at least four connections for left and right speakers. Some of the models feature a matrix speaker output.

Is it easy to use a turntable with these receivers?

Vinyl music albums gained popularity after World War II, and they remained a fundamental way of listening to music through the 1980s, with a resurgence in the 2000s. To play your vintage or new vinyl records, you will need to use a record player with an audio receiver to hear the sound of the music.

To connect the record player to the AV receiver, run RCA cables from the turntable to the phono MM or MC inputs on your receiver. Be sure to plug the left cable into the left jack and the suitable cable into the correct jack. The cables and jacks are color-coded black and red or white and red. Select the phono input on the receiver. Plug in the receiver and the record player.

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