Free Shipping on All Orders 1-866-764-1801

Vist our Online Store
+ Reply to Thread
Page 1 of 2 1 2 LastLast
Results 1 to 30 of 48
  1. #1

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default Now it's starting to click, thanks to my vintage Marantz 2230 and my CRS+

    I got rid of my avr in order to get a new one. So instead of having several days of no music I hooked up my Marantz 2230 to my SDA CRS+. I had been using my Marantz as a phono preamp.

    Wow.......


    Wow..Oh my!

    Pure bliss! Such simplicity, no subwoofer hooked up, just my Marantz and my crs. That thing has some real juice, as much almost as my dedicated amp. I might try hooking that up tonight just to see the difference but it was so clear, so defined, and I finally heard what must be referred to as "image weight". There it was, right in front and all around me. I have a new avr that just showed up today and I was going to sell my Marantz. Not now, not ever. I think I'll start my 2channel rig as soon as I can acquire another SDA, maybe 1c's. But really, now I understand why folks have one system for home theater, and another for 2 channel.

    It was as if my system went "ahem", cleared the throat, and started to get past just warming up and really sing. This, from a 30 year old receiver that hasn't been upgraded? I know most of you already know these things, but it was going over my head until now.

    What the heck am I going to tell my wife????? Kidding, she'll just just roll her eyes and plop down to listen to my next change. For now I'll have to stick with the AVR setup for lack of more rooms and speakers, but I'll be working on a 2 channel for the first time.

    wow.

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  2. #2

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    chicago
    Posts
    16,020

    Default

    Cool, what your hearing is the better power supply in those old receivers. They can sound pretty darn good. If you ever get a chance to pick up some of the older integrateds from Marantz or Sansui, give those a whirl too. Enjoy your new found love.

  3. #3

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    SoCal
    Posts
    2,059

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by evhudsons View Post
    I got rid of my avr in order to get a new one. So instead of having several days of no music I hooked up my Marantz 2230 to my SDA CRS+. I had been using my Marantz as a phono preamp.

    Wow.......


    Wow..Oh my!

    Pure bliss! Such simplicity, no subwoofer hooked up, just my Marantz and my crs. That thing has some real juice, as much almost as my dedicated amp. I might try hooking that up tonight just to see the difference but it was so clear, so defined, and I finally heard what must be referred to as "image weight". There it was, right in front and all around me. I have a new avr that just showed up today and I was going to sell my Marantz. Not now, not ever. I think I'll start my 2channel rig as soon as I can acquire another SDA, maybe 1c's. But really, now I understand why folks have one system for home theater, and another for 2 channel.

    It was as if my system went "ahem", cleared the throat, and started to get past just warming up and really sing. This, from a 30 year old receiver that hasn't been upgraded? I know most of you already know these things, but it was going over my head until now.

    What the heck am I going to tell my wife????? Kidding, she'll just just roll her eyes and plop down to listen to my next change. For now I'll have to stick with the AVR setup for lack of more rooms and speakers, but I'll be working on a 2 channel for the first time.

    wow.
    I've been advocating SDA's with vintage Marantz for awhile now and got a lot of push back of people saying there is much better gear out there or that I haven't heard my SDA's until I got a better setup. Several pieces of gear have come and gone since (Carver TFM-45, Onix Melody SPIII tube integrated, Adcom GFA-545, Emotiva XPA-2) and I'm telling you, there is something special about vintage Marantz and SDA's! I had the 2245 and it was a fantastic match for my 2BTL's. I haven't hooked up my current Marantz integrated with the new Clarity Caps in the crossover's. I wonder if still sounds special.

    Congrats on discovering a current piece of gear! lol

  4. #4

    Member Sales Rating: (8)

    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    Sunny South Florida
    Posts
    3,034

    Default

    take it easy, volume-wise on your marantz...they have have power and do sound great...they just don't have wells of power and don't like low impedences...you'll likely see this as you get more enthusiastic with the sound and volume control...i've been a marantz fan for a long time, btw

  5. #5

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    SoCal
    Posts
    2,059

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike View Post
    take it easy, volume-wise on your marantz...they have have power and do sound great...they just don't have wells of power and don't like low impedences...you'll likely see this as you get more enthusiastic with the sound and volume control...i've been a marantz fan for a long time, btw
    Duh. I didn't say it would bring the house down. Both pieces I've owned have had the balls to go as loud as I can stand even at a modest 45wpc and now 75wpc, btw.

  6. #6

    Member Sales Rating: (8)

    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    Sunny South Florida
    Posts
    3,034

    Default

    i was referring to the op's post...

  7. #7

    Member Sales Rating: (5)

    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    Richardson, TX.
    Posts
    1,522

    Default

    I run my 2.3 TLs on 45 watts, and that's plenty. It's as much about gain as it is about watts.
    Are you part of the dirty digital peasants or a member of the great Analog Master Race?

    SDA Recommended Playlist https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...FZCRkdxYXVNanc

    Open for editing.

  8. #8

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    North Texas
    Posts
    5,565

    Default

    The Marantz 2216 I have was the best sounding piece with the M10's/RTA-12's. I think all Polks from that era shine w/ the Marantz power behind them. The Sansui 1000A sounded good with them too, but its too bass-heavy. I'm hoping a spruce up/new tubes will clear that up some.

  9. #9

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    True, I did notice that, but it sounded so freaking good at moderate levels there was no desire to go louder, but it had enough to obviously go much higher. I certainly don't want to damage my newly upgraded speakers, but they sound so incredible with that Marantz! There was nothing old sounding at all. I looked today and there are folks that will fix these up, but maybe now is the time to learn to solder. I did it as a kid, but that was many moons ago.

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  10. #10

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    Why does an unupgraded receiver sound so good with my sda's, but a brand new high end receiver doesn't? There is just more to hear with the Marantz. If it's the power supply, is that the main difference between low and mid receivers today and the actual high end receivers? I had a Pioneer elite but it was not the sc series which have a different power supply.

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  11. #11

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    NW Indianapolis Indiana
    Posts
    9,121

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by evhudsons View Post
    Why does an unupgraded receiver sound so good with my sda's, but a brand new high end receiver doesn't? There is just more to hear with the Marantz. If it's the power supply, is that the main difference between low and mid receivers today and the actual high end receivers? I had a Pioneer elite but it was not the sc series which have a different power supply.
    Its mostly the power supplies and transformers in the older gear. They are heavy beasts and wattage was rated more conservatively. Just look at the wattage of a AVR like the Onkyo 606, its like 30 lbs but supposed to be able to power 7 speakers to like 100 watts. Then look at your Marantz. Its 2 channel only, less wattage, but I bet you a dollar it weights as much or more than that Onkyo.

  12. #12

    Member Sales Rating: (47)

    Join Date
    May 2005
    Location
    Sufficiently Breathless
    Posts
    11,095

    Default

    old school watts/power .
    JC approves....he told me so. (F-1 nut)

  13. #13

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Posts
    14

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike View Post
    take it easy, volume-wise on your marantz...they have have power and do sound great...they just don't have wells of power and don't like low impedences...you'll likely see this as you get more enthusiastic with the sound and volume control...i've been a marantz fan for a long time, btw
    yep, Mike is right...my SDA2As with the 1250 start to 'pop' at around 45% volume...and I've tried this volume with numerous different source materials. Either way, plenty loud, and very well defined even at those volumes....

    any my 1250 is 125wpc of Marantz goodness

  14. #14

    Member Sales Rating: (13)

    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    Location
    The Beautiful Central Oregon Coast
    Posts
    4,037

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by evhudsons View Post
    I got rid of my avr in order to get a new one. So instead of having several days of no music I hooked up my Marantz 2230 to my SDA CRS+. I had been using my Marantz as a phono preamp.

    Wow.......


    Wow..Oh my!

    Pure bliss! Such simplicity, no subwoofer hooked up, just my Marantz and my crs. That thing has some real juice, as much almost as my dedicated amp. I might try hooking that up tonight just to see the difference but it was so clear, so defined, and I finally heard what must be referred to as "image weight". There it was, right in front and all around me. I have a new avr that just showed up today and I was going to sell my Marantz. Not now, not ever. I think I'll start my 2channel rig as soon as I can acquire another SDA, maybe 1c's. But really, now I understand why folks have one system for home theater, and another for 2 channel.

    It was as if my system went "ahem", cleared the throat, and started to get past just warming up and really sing. This, from a 30 year old receiver that hasn't been upgraded? I know most of you already know these things, but it was going over my head until now.

    What the heck am I going to tell my wife????? Kidding, she'll just just roll her eyes and plop down to listen to my next change. For now I'll have to stick with the AVR setup for lack of more rooms and speakers, but I'll be working on a 2 channel for the first time.

    wow.
    Congratulations...you're now officially on the hot rails to Hell.
    ____________________________
    2 - channel system -
    Ming Da MC 88-C tube integrated, Parasound Halo A23, PS Audio PerfectWave MKII w/ bridge, Martin Logan Source speakers, Kimber 4TC, Gabriel Gold Rapture V3 IC's

    HT system -
    Pioneer Elite VSX-21TXH, LG 60PK550 plasma, Panasonic DMP-BDT210 BDP, DTV HD receiver, SB Touch, 5 x Polk Audio RC85i
    Computer rig - Windows 7 PC running JRiver, M2Tech HiFace 2 w/external battery power, Grant Fidelity TubeDac 11, Fostex PMO.4n monitors

  15. #15

    Member Sales Rating: (21)

    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Location
    Deep Down the Rabbit Hole
    Posts
    9,610

    Default

    Most excellent evhudsons. Modern day AVR's are a compromise to convenience over sound quality. Older Receivers such as yours were designed to play music, I suppose I should more correctly say they are capable of handling a musical signal without altering it along the circuits path. Today's AVR are mostly focused on HT issues and a few gimmick digital sound processors for their music setting. The are built with lesser electronic parts, op amps, capacitors, power supplies and circuit design are used in comparison to gear like your Marantz. Enjoy your system and your knew found experience. Nothing like using a machine to play music that was designed to do just that whether it is a receiver, preamp, CD player, amplifier or Turn Table.

    RT1
    REEL TIME THEATRE
    Onkyo-TX-NR5007
    B&K 7270 amplifier
    Polk SWA-500 Subwoofer amplifier
    OppO BDP-83
    Pioneer Elite 50"
    Polk LCi-RTS-105;LCi-RTS-C;LCi-RTSFx;LCi80Fx
    Subs-Twin Polk CSW200
    HTS5000


    RABBIT HOLE RIG
    BAT VK-31SE
    VTL MB-450 Signature monoblock
    Wolcott Presence monoblock
    Musical Fidelity kW SACD
    Rega P25/RB600/Clearaudio Aurum Beta
    Acoustech Phono-Pre
    Sound Lab Millenium ELS
    BillyBags Rack
    MIT S1/3 cables
    Shunyata/PS Audio/Virtual Dynamics Power Cords


    Everthing Matters...Tubes Rule...and It's Over until it's Not Over

  16. #16

    Member Sales Rating: (16)

    Join Date
    May 2005
    Location
    Six 'Burgh (Pittsburgh), PA
    Posts
    6,795

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by reeltrouble1 View Post
    Most excellent evhudsons. Modern day AVR's are a compromise to convenience over sound quality. Older Receivers such as yours were designed to play music, I suppose I should more correctly say they are capable of handling a musical signal without altering it along the circuits path. Today's AVR are mostly focused on HT issues and a few gimmick digital sound processors for their music setting. The are built with lesser electronic parts, op amps, capacitors, power supplies and circuit design are used in comparison to gear like your Marantz. Enjoy your system and your knew found experience. Nothing like using a machine to play music that was designed to do just that whether it is a receiver, preamp, CD player, amplifier or Turn Table.

    RT1
    Amen RT1!!

    I am a little partial to Marantz









    Rock On!!!!
    Last edited by schwarcw; 12-17-2011 at 12:19 AM.
    Carl

  17. #17

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    SoCal
    Posts
    2,059

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike View Post
    i was referring to the op's post...
    My apologies!

  18. #18

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    chicago
    Posts
    16,020

    Default

    Carl, thats a beautiful stack there pal, I'm envious. Don't take that the wrong way either.

  19. #19

    Member Sales Rating: (8)

    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    Sunny South Florida
    Posts
    3,034

    Default

    man! that's some bewtific collection! keep vintage alive!

  20. #20

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Location
    Descending toward the moon in the CLEM (Chinese Lunar Excursion Module), looking for Chang'e
    Posts
    11,450

    Default

    The 2230 is one of the most valued of the lower powered Marantz models, some say it has one of the warmest sounds of the vintage Marantz receivers, period! All I know is that my 2265 must weight at least 35+ lbs., and most of that weight is in the transformer in the middle of the unit! Although I am "not" partial to vintage Marantz. This unit sounds "phenomenal" with my Monitor 10As (an almost perfect match, sound and power).

    Enjoy!


    cnh
    Last edited by cnh; 12-17-2011 at 02:33 PM.
    Onkyo TX-SR 805 System #1 HT AVR
    Office Two Channel: LSi-7s (Nakamichi CA-5, NAD 214, Pioneer BDP51fd)
    Vintage Polks: Polk Monitor 5As, Monitor 7Bs [HK 730], Monitor 10As [Marantz 2265], SDA-2Bs [Jolida JD-303, Jolida MV-MK4]
    Headphones: HD600, Q701, ATH-M50s etc. Bravo Audio Ocean amp., Onkyo P-304, Adcom GFA-555, Technics Direct Drive TT

  21. #21

    Member Sales Rating: (2)

    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Location
    Fishers, IN
    Posts
    588

    Default

    Congrats on the discovery of how great vintage audio sounds. I am still kicking myself for selling my vintage Sansui a couple years back.

  22. #22

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    Thanks guys! My wife is now a fan too. I just got my record washer and was washing records, spinning them on the Marantz directly to the crs. Our deal had been for me to sell it in order to get a newer avr that will allow her to conveniently control the home theater projector, tv, ps3, cd, tape, phono, in door speakers, outdoor speakers, etc...
    She is a believer at this point, and can perceive subtle changes as well as the bigger changes. The Marantz 2230 has now been officially adopted into the family.

    You are right, convenience over sound quality takes too much quality away. The AVR is a lightweight compared to the Marantz. Even out of the wood case it's extremely heavy. My tuner meter light is out on the receiver, so I'm googling now how to fix it. I think it looks like a fuse.

    That's a fantastic collection, I certainly see now why people have the love for the Marantz.

    I just got a soldering iron set, and will look up what I need to get it upgraded. This rabbit hole branches out quite a bit doesn't it!

    If this is the beginning stages of audiophilia, look what I'm becoming!

    Name:  reagan2.jpg
Views: 1367
Size:  19.7 KB

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  23. #23

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    I found this site that explains changing the bulbs and such for the Marantz:

    http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/sho...ight=relamping

    It's not the 2230 but I think close enough

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  24. #24

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    I helped my wife out by installing a Polk Audio garden atrium system at their house. I ordered it because it was Polk, and it sounded fantastic! In talking with her client, we are now friends, and he and his son are really getting into the Audio as well. As a gift, he is giving me his quad system Marantz. He can't remember exactly which one it is but either way he wants me to have it along with his vast collection of vinyl records.

    It looks like I'm going the old school Marantz way, and it's not just OK, it's great!

    Schwarcw, do you have any pointers or hints for refurbishing the old Marantz's?

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  25. #25

    Member Sales Rating: (14)

    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Posts
    3,915

    Default

    Any refurbish generally starts at the same place, as long as the unit is not "broken" and in need of a specific part. Caps. The better you use, the happier you'll be.
    Good music, a good source, and good power can make SDA's sing. Tubes make them dance.

  26. #26

    Member Sales Rating: (8)

    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    Sunny South Florida
    Posts
    3,034

    Default

    nice intro to vintage marantz! the quad is more complex internally than the 2 ch variety...go to audiokarma.org and get some info about your model #'s...cap replacement would be one of the 1st thing you'd want to do..

  27. #27

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    Here's a link to a refurbishing of a Marantz 2230:

    http://www.irebuildmarantz.com/restoration/2230.html


    I'm not sure about doing the led's, I think I'll stick with stock on that one. Any suggestions for good caps you might use?

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

  28. #28

    Member Sales Rating: (14)

    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Posts
    3,915

    Default

    I have such fond memories of vintage audio. Growing up my dad had a Harman Kardon SR-900 receiver, circa 1964. Looks like there's one for sale here:

    http://www.theaudiostudio.com/Used/used_receivers.htm

    And the manual is online here:

    http://www.harmankardon.com/resource...t-SR900Bom.pdf

    Hmmmmm......
    Good music, a good source, and good power can make SDA's sing. Tubes make them dance.

  29. #29

    Member Sales Rating: (8)

    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    Sunny South Florida
    Posts
    3,034

    Default

    i heard the elna is still available..that was oem...panasonic is popular..i just got a 2220..i'm going to practice on that one, then rebuild my 2270..if you post your cap question at audiokarma, some really knowledgeable folks will respond...

  30. #30

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    The Conch Republic, Key West
    Posts
    1,162

    Default

    It's funny, I got the Marantz because of glancing at a local Craigslist on the same day I was shopping online for a phono preamp and thought why not get a proven preamp in the old Marantz for the same or less cost than a new phono preamp adapter. When I picked it up the guy looked at me funny, smiled and asked if I was an audiophile. I'm still not sure of the answer if asked again, but I would have to say i'm on that path. Now I know why he asked. He's still down here, so I might tell him what this has lead to!

    My wife has washed and cleaned most of our records now, and we've been really enjoying bringing them back to life.

    Thanks for the tip on audiokarma, I've already found a lot of info there.

    Polk Audio SDA CRS+ (4.1TL by Trey, Larry's Rings)-
    SDA SRS2-Parasound HCA1500ax2/1000
    Yamaha xa1000-Celestion SL6S presence,- sl9 surround back
    NHTsuper1's surround
    Nad2700-sub, AdcomGFA-555 -Magnepan SMG
    Parasound 1500pre- Sofia "Baby" tube amp - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
    Marantz 2230/B&Kst140- outdoor B&W/Bose/Parasound/KefC75/c40/Polksub
    Technics 1200mk2
    Gamertag: IslandBerserker
    I am but a infinitesimally small point meeting the line of infinity in the SDA universe

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

     

Similar Threads

  1. Need Help Marantz 2230
    By Cayuga in forum Electronics
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 01-29-2011, 09:56 PM
  2. Marantz 2230
    By jemrey81 in forum 2 Channel Audio
    Replies: 23
    Last Post: 06-12-2009, 12:31 AM
  3. Vintage Marantz
    By schwarcw in forum Electronics
    Replies: 26
    Last Post: 10-29-2006, 09:48 PM
  4. Picked Up a Vintage Marantz 2230
    By schwarcw in forum Electronics
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 03-23-2006, 10:02 PM
  5. Marantz 2230 vintage receiver FS Nice
    By faster100 in forum Flea Market
    Replies: 21
    Last Post: 12-09-2005, 01:07 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts