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Marantz PM 4200
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Marantz PM 4200

Hi-Fi Amplifier from Marantz .

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Marantz PM 4200Published on 12/05/04 at 11:49
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I possde this amp for three years, he never made me lurch. It is carved from the block at the level of CONTRL is simple and effective: a knob volume slecteur a source (for 6 different sources), an acute and a knob Potar serious, 1 s drive recording mode. On the sidelines of this, there is a button "mono," one key "subsonic" must be a serious kind of filter, two keys to select the pair of speakers that you want to use (you can connect 2 pairs), a key "Mute" to mute the sound without the dye amplifier, a selector type of amplification (A / B), and a switch ...
Ariri on the front are the four pairs of speaker connections dores, all taken (gold too) to connect DIFFERENT readers fuse.
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I possde this amp for three years, he never made me lurch. It is carved from the block at the level of CONTRL is simple and effective: a knob volume slecteur a source (for 6 different sources), an acute and a knob Potar serious, 1 s drive recording mode. On the sidelines of this, there is a button "mono," one key "subsonic" must be a serious kind of filter, two keys to select the pair of speakers that you want to use (you can connect 2 pairs), a key "Mute" to mute the sound without the dye amplifier, a selector type of amplification (A / B), and a switch ...
Ariri on the front are the four pairs of speaker connections dores, all taken (gold too) to connect DIFFERENT readers fuse.
The sound is standard, especially with two speakers from JM Lab of opal. Submitted trs are the serious, who loves me has I did not touch the legalization and the overall sound is clear, with great clarity and the highs are crystal prcis . The only BMOL is the lack of remote control. But it does not matter, because the available power is 100 watts RMS, which is more than enough for a Stereo amp, I could never get more than a third of the potato, the walls tremble, and I advise not to ask the speakers porcelain ...
The new price would turn around 6000/7000 francs there 5 / 6 years (It's high-end Marantz ...) to my APRS information, but they made me a price INTERESTED.
In short, I like the black box of 12 kilos, his faade sober and not tape the eye contrast of low-end commercial o a bunch of flashing buttons, or there is described "bass boost" in fluo ... On this amp, there is just a small red LED that lights up when you press the switch ... APRS but it is the earthquake that would blow any string of public market
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  • Manufacturer: Marantz
  • Model: PM 4200
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2003

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