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Marantz PM 250
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Marantz PM 250

Hi-Fi Amplifier from Marantz .

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Marantz PM 250Published on 12/24/10 at 07:19
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Marantz PM 250Published on 08/06/06 at 03:02
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I use this amp for more than 15 years. The transcript of her natural forced me (after some changes) to invest in an expensive tube amp to find the emotion and the warmth of its association with a good turntable.
The most interesting is its ability to highlight the nuances and respect the stamps, and a good dynamic with respect to the FTC power 25w / 8 ohm. Its strength indicator is also part of the pleasure of using ... for the eyes.
Time will result in the volume knob quite sensitive and liable to "sputter."
Its bargain price (100 to 200 € according to the state) makes it particularly attractive for its vintage look, the seriousness of its design. Only filtering capabilities and......
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I use this amp for more than 15 years. The transcript of her natural forced me (after some changes) to invest in an expensive tube amp to find the emotion and the warmth of its association with a good turntable.
The most interesting is its ability to highlight the nuances and respect the stamps, and a good dynamic with respect to the FTC power 25w / 8 ohm. Its strength indicator is also part of the pleasure of using ... for the eyes.
Time will result in the volume knob quite sensitive and liable to "sputter."
Its bargain price (100 to 200 € according to the state) makes it particularly attractive for its vintage look, the seriousness of its design. Only filtering capabilities and the volume control will be checked to restore its fisheries and its youth.
To find better? invest in a tube amp design pure class A single stage transistors English or amp / preamp separate high-current output.
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  • Manufacturer: Marantz
  • Model: PM 250
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 06/13/2006

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