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BEFORE USE..... 1 FEATURES..... 2 BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS.... 3
WIRING SPEAKER CABLE..... 3 BI-WIRING CONNECTION.... 3
CONNECTIONS.... 4 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS.... 6
FRONT PANEL..... 6 REAR PANEL...... 7 RC4001PM REMOTE CONTROLLER.... 8
BASIC OPERATION.... 11
PLAYBACK..... 11 RECORDING..... 11
HOW TO USE AND SET FEATURES... 12
MAIN IN JACKS.... 12 REMOTE CONTROL JACKS.... 13
TROUBLESHOOTING.... 14 OTHERS..... 15 SPECIFICATIONS & DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS... 15
A NOTE ABOUT RECYCLING
This products packaging materials are recyclable and can be reused. This product and the accessories packed together are the applicable product to the WEEE directive except batteries. Please dispose of any materials in accordance with your local recycling regulations. When discarding the unit, comply with your local rules or regulations. Batteries should never be thrown away or incinerated but disposed of in accordance with your local regulations concerning chemical wastes.
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This section must be read before any connection is made to the mains supply.
7 Do Not Touch Hot Spots During and Immediately After Use
During and immediately after use, the PM7001 is hot in areas other than the controls and rear panel connection jacks. Do not touch hot spots and especially the top panel. Contact with hot areas can cause burns.
7 EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING
Your Marantz product has been prepared to comply with the household power and safety requirements that exist in your area. PM7001 can be powered by 230V AC only.
7 Battery Handling
Improper use of dry cell batteries can result in electrolyte leaks, rupture and corrosion. Read the following precautions before use. If not planning to use the remote controller for an extended period of 1 month or more, remove the batteries. Do not mix old batteries with new batteries. Load batteries in the proper direction indicated on the remote controller. Do not mix batteries of differing type. Even batteries of the same shape and size can have differing voltages. If batteries leak, wipe the case clean of any adhering electrolyte and replace the old batteries with new batteries.
Recording and playback of any material may require consent. For further information refer to the following: Copyright Act 1956 Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958 Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972 Any subsequent statutory enactments and orders
7 Do Not Locate in the Following Places
To ensure long-lasting use, do not locate the PM7001 where: Exposed to direct sunlight. Near to sources of heat such as heaters. Highly humid or poorly ventilated. Dusty. Subjected to mechanical vibrations. On wobbly, inclined or otherwise unstable surfaces Radiated heat is blocked such as in cramped audio racks. To ensure proper heat radiation, ensure the below clearance from walls and other equipment. Left 0.2 m or more Above 0.2 m or more Right 0.2 m or more
Short Power Line Layout
In order to improve the momentary-current supply capability, a new layout which places priority on making the large current line connections as short as possible was adopted. In this layout the power supply circuit, main-amplifier output stage, and heatsink are unified, and the large current line is arranged to be as short as possible while still achieving symmetry on the left and right sides.
Film capacitors and electrolical capacitors etc.
The capacitors used in high end models like the PM-11S1 are incorporated into the PM7001 amplifier.
Current Feedback Amplifier
Both pre-amplifier and main-amplifier incorporate a high-speed current feedback amplifier circuit, which faithfully amplify signals from the CD player. Moreover, the high-speed current feedback amplifier reproduces a natural sound field space.
WIRING SPEAKER CABLE
Be careful not to short circuit in wiring speaker cables. Peel off the corting of speaker cable as shown below.
Approx. 1 cm
Here following is explained BI-WIRING connection that improve sound quality. The speakers in this explanation have low and mid/high input jacks that support a BI-WIRING connection. To determine whether or not your speakers support a BI-WIRING connection, check in the instruction manual that came with your speakers or contact the manufacturer.
Cut the corting of cable.
Peel off the edge of cable.
A bi-wiring connection separately connects the low and mid/ high jacks of the speaker to the amplifier using separate speaker cables. Because separate cables are used for low and mid/high sounds, the kick back current in the low speaker causes little interference with the mid/high speaker. The PM7001 and speakers of Connection Example 1 (pg. 5) use a bi-wiring connection, therefore also refer to that page for help.
Wiring with speaker cable.
Turn counter-clockwise to loosen.
Insert conductor of cable.
Turn clockwise to tighten.
CD player, etc.
Bi-wiring Speaker system connection Mid/high speaker Band pass filter Low speaker
Your speaker system must satisfy the below conditions. If it does not, the PM7001s protective circuit will active, whereby preventing proper playback. In some cases, the amplifier and speakers may be damaged. If using 1 set of speakers, total speaker impedance must be 4 or more. If using 2 sets of speakers, total speaker impedance must be 8 or more.
BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS
Connection Example : Basic Connection for Stereo Playback
Refer also to the instruction manuals of components to connect equipment correctly.
Record Player To LINE OUT jacks
To LINE OUT jacks
AUX / DVD
RECORDER 1 IN OUT
RECORDER 2 IN OUT
SYSTEM 1 OR SYSTEM -16 OH SYSTEM 1 AND SYSTEM -16 O SEPARATE
DVD Player To LINE OUT jacks
CD-R, etc. To LINE IN jacks To LINE OUT jacks
MD or Tape deck, etc. To LINE IN jacks
Speaker If you have another mainamplifier, you can use the PM7001 as the pre-amplifier by connecting as shown in the diagram below.
To input jacks
To power outlet
MODEL NO. PM7001
CD TUNER AUX / DVD RECORDER 1 IN OUT RECORDER 2 IN OUT IN L L
SYSTEM 1 OR SYSTEM -16 OHMS SYSTEM 1 AND SYSTEM -16 OHMS SEPARATE
Set to OFF
MF / HF
Remove shorting bar.
L CH speaker
R CH speaker
Use a bi-wiring connection (pg. 3) for speakers. Set the SPEAKERS button 1 and button 2 on the front panel in the ON position.
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
q POWER ON/OFF button
Pressing this button once turns power to the amplifier ON, and pressing it again turns power to the amplifier OFF. When the button is in the ON position, power can be switched ON/OFF using the supplied remote controller. If the power is switched OFF using the remote controller, the amplifier engages in standby mode. When in this mode, you cannot switch the power ON by pressing the POWER ON/OFF button q. The amplifier remains in standby mode even if this button is pressed. To switch the power ON, either turn the INPUT SELECTOR knob e or press the MAIN POWER ON button z on the remote controller.
u VOLUME knob
Turning this knob clockwise increases the volume, while turning it counterclockwise decreases the volume. The volume can also be adjusted using the remote controller. If the amplifiers protective circuit activates, the VOLUME knob u automatically turns for approx. 15 seconds and the volume decreases.
i SOURCE DIRECT button
When this button is pressed in, the audio signal is transmitted bypassing the balance and tone control circuits, allowing you to enjoy a higher level of sound quality.
w STANDBY indicator
This indicator is lit red when the amplifier is in standby mode. When in standby mode, you can switch the power ON by using the MAIN POWER ON button z on the remote controller. If the amplifiers protective circuit activates, this indicator flashes and the amplifiers power automatically shuts off.
o SPEAKERS 1/2 buttons
These buttons turn the speaker output to the speakers connected to the SPEAKERS SYSTEM 1 and 2 terminals E on the rear panel ON and OFF. When listening with headphones, turn the speaker output OFF.
e INPUT SELECTOR knob
This knob selects the input source for playback. The selected input source is displayed on the function indicator. The amplifier memorize the selected input source when the power is turned OFF, and then re-selects the same input source when the power is turned ON again.
!0 BALANCE knob
This knob is used to adjust the sound level from one of either the L (left) or R (right) channels. If the BALANCE knob !0 is turned all the way round to one side, sound is not output from the opposite side. Please note that this knob does not function when the SOURCE DIRECT button i is in the ON position.
r MUTE indicator
When the MUTE button c on the remote controller is pressed, the MUTE function is activated and the volume is lowered. Pressing the MUTE button c again releases the MUTE function. Moreover, the MUTE function can also be released by pressing the VOLUME 3/4 button c on the remote controller. If the amplifiers protective circuit activates, this indicator flashes for approx. 15 seconds and the MUTE function activates. While this indicator is flashing, the VOLUME knob u automatically turns and the volume decreases.
!1 Tone Control knobs (BASS/TREBLE)
These knobs are used to adjust the BASS and TREBLE sound level. Turning the knobs clockwise increases the sound level, and turning them counterclockwise decreases the sound level. Please note that these knobs do not function when the SOURCE DIRECT button i is in the ON position.
!2 REC SELECTOR knob
This knob switches the input sources for recording. Moreover, you can connect a tape deck, CD-R player, and other such device to the RECORDER 1 and 2 terminals I J to make copies. We recommend the knob be set to the OFF position when not recording to obtain optimal sound quality. (See page 11.)
t Function indicator
This indicator displays the input source currently selected by the INPUT SELECTOR knob e.
y Power indicator
This indicator is lit a blue color while power to the PM7001 is ON.
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!3 Infrared Receptor Window
This is the receptor of control signals sent from the RC4001PM remote controller. Point the remote controller towards this window to properly transmit signals.
!4 PHONES jack
This jack is for connecting headphones with a standard stereo plug. To listen with headphones, turn the speaker output OFF by setting the SPEAKERS 1 and 2 buttons o in the OFF position.
PRE OUT MAIN IN
ML K J
A PHONO Input jacks
These jacks are for connecting to an analog record player. MM cartridges can be used.
H SEPARATE switch
This switch is used for selecting the pre-amplifier and mainamplifier connection modes. OFF: Select this position when the amplifier is used as a normal integrated amplifier. (Standard factory setting) ON: The pre-amplifier and main-amplifier are separated. The PM7001 can be used as a main-amplifier when input is connected to the MAIN IN jacks D.
B PHONO GND terminal
Connect the grounding wire from an analog record player.
C PRE OUT jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the input jacks of another main-amplifier or active subwoofer.
I RECORDER 1/RECORDER 2 output jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the recording input jacks of a CD-R recorder, MD deck, tape deck, etc. Output signals can be selected using the REC SELECTOR knob !2 on the front panel.
D MAIN IN jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the output terminals of another pre-amplifier when using the PM7001 as the mainamplifier. In this case, set the SEPARATE switch H to the ON position.
J RECORDER 1/RECORDER 2 input jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the output jacks of a CDR player, MD deck, tape deck, etc.
E SPEAKERS SYSTEM 1, 2 output terminals
You can connect 2 speaker systems, SPEAKERS 1 and SPEAKERS 2 E. Speaker output can be turned ON/OFF from the SPEAKERS 1 and 2 buttons o on the front panel.
K AUX/DVD input jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the output jacks of a DVD player or other LINE component.
F AC IN socket
Connect the supplied AC power cable to this socket and a power outlet.
L TUNER input jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the output jacks of a tuner or other LINE component.
G REMOTE CONTROL jacks
These jacks are for connecting to other Marantz components such as a CD player or DVD player that has a remote control connector (D.BUS jack). You can use the remote controller supplied with the PM7001 to control the system. For more details, see page 13.
M CD input jacks
These jacks are for connecting to the output jacks of a CD player or similar component.
RC4001PM REMOTE CONTROLLER
Using this remote controller, you can control the PM7001 and Marantz CD players, DVD players, tuners, tape decks etc. that have a remote control receptor. The operations possible by remote controller may differ with each component; therefore see the instruction manual that came with the component. (See page 13) The RC4001PM remote controller buttons are laid out as shown below.
z Power ON/OFF buttons
MAIN POWER ON button This button switches the power ON when the PM7001 is in STANDBY mode. MAIN POWER OFF button This button switches the PM7001 to STANDBY mode when the power is ON. SOURCE POWER button This button switches between power ON and STANDBY modes for Marantz products that have a standby function. By pressing this button after one of the buttons in the button group x, you can switch the power between ON and STANDBY modes for the Marantz product that corresponds to that button. By pressing this button after the AMP button x, you can switch the PM7001 between power ON and STANDBY modes.
x Input selector buttons
This group of buttons is used for selecting the input source. Caution In the PM7001, AUX and DVD, and RECORDER 2s TAPE and MD each share the same input jacks. The signal codes for controlling these Marantz products using the RC4001PM differ, therefore separate buttons have been built into the remote controller.
c VOLUME adjustment buttons
MUTE Button This button activates the mute function. Pressing this button again releases the MUTE function. The MUTE function can also be released by pressing either the VOLUME 3 or 4 buttons c. VOLUME 3 Button This button increases the volume level. VOLUME 4 Button This button decreases the volume level.
v Component operating buttons
These buttons are for performing basic operations of a Marantz CD player, DVD player, etc. The function of each button changes to match the component selected as the input source using the input selector buttons x.
When the CD button x is pressed, the buttons in group v function as indicated in the table below. These buttons can only be used when a Marantz CD player is connected to the CD input jacks M.
BUTTON NAME F/P -/-MODE MEMO SCROLL CANCEL TEXT (MODE ) TIME (MODE ) 1-FUNCTION None Disc Select Auto Music Scan (AMS) Program Scroll/Recall Program Cancel Text Time 1-Previous Track Next Track Play Previous Track Next Track Fast Reverse Fast Forward Stop None Pause Open/Close
When the DVD button x is pressed, the buttons in group v function as indicated in the table below. These buttons can only be used when a Marantz DVD player is connected to the AUX/DVD input jacks K.
BUTTON NAME F/P -/-MODE MEMO SCROLL CANCEL TEXT (MODE ) TIME (MODE ) 1-FUNCTION Disc Skip Disc Skip None None None None Audio OSD 1-Previous Chapter Next Chapter Play Previous Chapter Next Chapter Scan Scan + Stop None Pause Open/Close
When the TUNER button x is pressed, the buttons in group v function as indicated in the table below. These buttons can only be used when a Marantz tuner is connected to the TUNER input jacks L.
BUTTON NAME F/P -/-MODE MEMO SCROLL CANCEL TEXT (MODE ) TIME (MODE ) 1-FUNCTION Frequency Direct Preset 10 T-mode (Stereo/Mono) Memo Display Cancel Preset Scan IF Band Preset 1 - Preset 9, 1 - Preset Down Preset Up None None None Tuning Down Tuning Up None None None None
When the RECORDER 2 (TAPE) button x is pressed, the buttons in group v function as indicated in the table below. These buttons can only be used when a Marantz tape deck is connected to the RECORDER 2 (TAPE) jacks I.
BUTTON NAME F/P -/-MODE MEMO SCROLL CANCEL TEXT (MODE ) TIME (MODE ) 1-FUNCTION Deck A Deck B None None None Counter Reset None Time/Display None None Back Skip Forward Skip Play Back Skip Forward Skip Fast Rewind Fast Forward Stop Direction Pause Eject
7 For use of Remote controller
Before using the remote controller for the first time, load the batteries in the remote controller. The batteries provided are used to verify the operations of the remote controller only.
7 Operatable range of Remote controller
Operate the remote controller (RC4001PM) within a distance of approx. 5m from the infrared receptor window on the front of the PM7001.
1. Remove the battery cover which is found on the back side
of the remote controller.
2. Load the two new size AA batteries inside the battery
compartment while taking care to align their polarities correctly with the polarity markings ( with and with ).
Remote controller (RC4001PM)
Do not allow direct sunlight, an inverter fluorescent light or other strong source of light to shine onto the players infrared receptor window. Otherwise, the operation of the remote controller may be disabled. Bear in mind that operating the remote controller may cause other devices operated by infrared rays to be operated by mistake. The remote controller cannot be operated if the space between the controller and the players infrared reseptor window is obstructed. Do not place any objects on top of the remote controller. Doing so may cause one or more buttons to be held down which will cause the batteries to run down.
3. Push the cover on the back side in the direction of the arrow
To explain how to play back input sources, representative examples are given with an CD player and analog record player. Before starting either procedure, check the component is correctly connected to the PM7001.
This example explains how to record from an input source such as an CD player to a recording device such as a CD-R.
1. Press the power ON/OFF switch of the CD player and CDR to activate power to both components.
7 Disc Playback on an CD Player
1. Press the power ON/OFF button of the CD player to activate
power to it.
2. Press the POWER ON/OFF switch q to activate power to 3. 4. 5.
it. Approximately 8 seconds after power has been activated, the muting turns OFF and audio output is enabled. Select the CD with the REC SELECTOR knob !2. If you want to listen to the recording source through the speakers, set the INPUT SELECTOR knob e to the CD position. Load a playback disc into the CD player and a recording disc into the CD-R. Start playback on the CD player. Then, start recording on the CD-R.
2. Press the POWER ON/OFF button q to activate power to 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
it. Approximately 8 seconds after power has been activated, the muting turns OFF and audio output is enabled. Select the CD from the INPUT SELECTOR knob e. To use the speakers connected to the SPEAKERS SYSTEM terminals, press the SPEAKERS button 1 and 2 o. Load a disc into the CD player and press the play button to start playback. Adjust the volume level from the VOLUME knob u. Adjust bass/treble as desired from the BASS and TREBLE knobs !1. Be sure to first set the SOURCE DIRECT button i in the OFF position.
7 Disc Playback on an Analog Record Player
1. Press the POWER ON/OFF switch q to activate power to 2.
it. Approximately 8 seconds after power has been activated, the muting turns OFF and audio output is enabled. Select PHONO as the input source from the INPUT SELECTOR knob e. To prevent unexpected accidents, it is recommended to set the volume level to MIN. by turning the VOLUME knob u until muting the volume level. MM type cartridges can be connected. Use a step-up transformer when using an MC cartridge. To use the speakers connected to the SPEAKERS SYSTEM terminals, press the SPEAKERS button 1 and 2 o. Set a record on the analog record player and play it. Adjust the volume level from the VOLUME knob u. Adjust bass/treble as desired from the BASS and TREBLE knobs !1. Be sure to first set the SOURCE DIRECT button i in the OFF position.
About the REC SELECTOR The REC SELECTOR knob !2 can be operated independently, irrespective of the input source selected using the INPUT SELECTOR knob e. OFF: Cannot record because no signal is output to the RECORDER 1, 2 jacks. PHONO, CD, TUNER, AUX/DVD: Selects the program source for recording. COPY RECORDER 1-2: Select this to copy the RECORDER 1 signal onto RECORDER 2. COPY RECORDER 2-1: Select this to copy the RECORDER 2 signal onto RECORDER 1.
3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
INPUT SELECTOR VOLUME PHONO CD TUNER AUX/DVD 1 RECORDER 2
INPUT SELECTOR PHONO CD TUNER AUX/DVD 1 RECORDER 2
HOW TO USE AND SET FEATURES
MAIN IN JACKS
You can separate the pre-amplifier section and main-amplifier section by using the SEPARATE switch settings on the PM7001. If you have another pre-amplifier, you can use the PM7001 as the main-amplifier by connecting as shown in the diagram below. Pre-amplifier
To PRE OUT Jacks
To power outlet Set the SPEAKERS 1 and 2 button on the front panel to the ON position.
PHONO PRE OUT MAIN IN
Set to ON
Remove shorting bar. L CH speaker Remove Remove shorting shorting bar. bar.
R CH speaker Remove shorting bar.
Use a bi-wiring connection (pg. 3) for speakers.
REMOTE CONTROL JACKS
The REMOTE CONTROL jacks are for connecting components that are capable of remote control (D.BUS jacks) such as a Marantz CD Player or DVD Player. This enables these other components to be operated with the remote controller included with the PM7001. The PM7001 comes with an RC4001PM system remote controller that can operate the basic features of Marantz CD Players and DVD Players. Here, a brief explanation of how to control the PM7001 and CD5001 using this remote controller is provided. As shown in the illustration below, connect the REMOTE CONTROL IN jack of the CD5001 to the REMOTE CONTROL OUT jack of the PM7001, and set the CD5001 switch to EXTERNAL. Both the PM7001 and CD5001 can be operated by pointing the RC4001PM remote controller (pg. 8, 9, 10) at the receptor of the PM7001.
Set to EXTERNAL
For details connecting the speakers, see page 5.
7 Before considering it as a failure
In case of trouble with this component, first check the following before calling for service. What seems to be a serious malfunction is often due to a simple operation mistake. If the trouble is not fixed after making the following checks, contact the place of purchase, your nearest Marantz dealer, our customer service center, or our repair service center.
In the Event of Overcurrent
The protective circuit is activated if current exceeding a certain level is detected, which can happen if excessive signal flow is input to the amplifier or if the PM7001 is connected to a speaker system of less than 4 impedance. The protective circuit is also activated if a speaker cable shorts. In these cases, the MUTE indicator in the center of the panel flashes, and the volume is automatically reduced. Approximately 15 seconds later the protective circuit is released, therefore the volume needs readjusting to continue normal use. Moreover, if the overcurrent continues, the amplifiers power shuts OFF and the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button flashes.
* Power does not turn ON.
1. Is the power cable plugged securely into the power outlet? 2. Isnt the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button lit? Either turn the INPUT SELECTOR knob, or press the MAIN POWER ON button on the remote controller. 3. If the STANDBY indicator is flashing, the protective circuit has been activated. Switch the PM7001s POWER ON/OFF button to the OFF position, wait for more than a minute, and then turn the power back ON.
If excessive ultra-bass signals are input
The protective circuit is also activated if ultra-bass signals that exceed the base signal range settings are input. In this case, the MUTE indicator in the center of the panel flashes, and the volume is automatically reduced. Approximately 15 seconds later, the protective circuit is released, therefore the volume needs readjusting to continue normal use. If excessive ultrabass signal input continues or if DC voltage is detected due to trouble with the amplifier, the power shuts OFF and the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button flashes.
* Nothing is heard from the speakers.
1. Arent the SPEAKER 1 and 2 buttons on the front panel in the OFF position? 2. Isnt the MUTE function activated? 3. Did you make a mistake selecting the input source using the INPUT SELECTOR knob on the front panel? 4. Are you using the component correctly? 5. Are connection cables and speaker cables securely connected. 6. Is the SEPARATE switch on the rear panel set correctly? 7. The volume may have been muted by the protective circuit activated. Try adjusting the volume level again.
If the Main-amplifier Overheats
The protective circuit is activated if the temperature of the mainamplifier section rises above a certain level, which can happen if the amplifier is continually used with excessive signal flow being input into it. The protective circuit is also activated when the set operating temperature is exceeded, which can happen if the vents on top of the amplifier are covered, or if the amplifier is installed on a cramped audio rack. In these cases, the MUTE indicator in the center of the panel flashes, and the volume is automatically reduced. Approximately 15 seconds later, the protective circuit is released, therefore the volume needs readjusting to continue normal use. If the temperature does not sufficiently lower within a certain amount of time after the protective circuit activation, the power shuts OFF and the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button flashes.
* Record player audio is not heard, or contains a lot of noise.
1. Are the PHONO plugs connected correctly? 2. Connect the grounding wire from the record player to the PHONO GND terminal. 3. Is the cartridge connected properly to the tone arm? 4. Sometimes plugging the record players power cable into the power outlet with the polarity reversed can reduce noise.
7 About the Protective Circuit
The PM7001 is equipped with a protective circuit to protect the amplifier circuits and speaker system against damage. If the protective circuit is activated, the sound is instantly muted. In this case, either the MUTE indicator in the center of the panel flashes, or the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button flashes.
In the Event of Amplifier Trouble
The protective circuit is activated and the power is automatically shut OFF if an abnormality is detected in the power circuit. The same happens if the main fuse inside the amplifier blows. In these cases, the STANDBY indicator above the POWER ON/OFF button flashes.
At Power On
For about 8 seconds after the power is turned on, the protective circuit is activated muting the sound to give the amplifier circuits time to stabilize. Once the amplifier circuits stabilize, the protective circuit releases and audio is enabled.
The section describes the care and maintenance tasks that must be performed to optimize the operation of your Marantz component.
Only the most competent and qualified service technicians should be allowed to service the factory-trained warranty station personnel have the knowledge and special facilities needed for repair and calibration of this precision equipment. After the warranty period has expired, repairs will be performed for a charge if the equipment can be returned to normal operation. In the event of difficulty, refer to your dealer or write directly to the nearest location to you that is listed on the Marantz Authorized Service Station list. If writing, please include the model and serial number of the equipment together with a full description of what you think is abnormal about the equipment's behaviour.
7 Cleaning of equipment external surfaces
The exterior finish of your unit will last indefinitely with proper care and cleaning, Never use scouring pads, steel wool, scourging powders or harsh chemical agents (e.g., lye solution), alcohol, thinner, benzine, insecticide or other volatile substances as these wil mar the finish of the equipment. Likewise, never use cloths containing chemical substances. If the equipment get dirty, wipe the external surfaces with a soft, lint-free cloth. If the equipment becomes heavily soiled: dilute some washing up liquid in water, in a ratio of one part detergent to six parts water. dip a soft, lint free in the solution and wring the it is damp. wipe the equipment with the damp cloth. dry the equipment by wiping it with a dry cloth.
SPECIFICATIONS & DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS
Power output (20 Hz 20 kHz simultaneous drive of both channels).. 70W x 2 (8 load).. 100W x 2 (4 load) Total harmonic distortion (20Hz 20kHz simultaneous drive of both channels, 8 load).. 0.02% Output band width (8 load, 0.05%).. 5Hz 60kHz Frequency response (CD, 1W, 8 load). 5Hz 100kHz 3dB Dumping factor (8 load, 20Hz 20kHz).. 100 Input sensitivity/Input impedance PHONO (MM)... 2.5mV/47k CD, LINE, TUNER, AUX/DVD, RECORDER.. 200mV/20k MAIN IN.. 1.6V/20k Output voltage/Output impedance PRE OUT.. 1.6 V/560 Maximum allowable PHONO input level (1kHz) MM... 130mV RIAA deviation (20Hz ~ 20kHz).. 0.5dB S/N (IHF-A, 1W, 8 load) PHONO (MM).. 85dB (5mV input) CD, LINE, TUNER, AUX/DVD, RECORDER... 88dB (500mV input) MAIN IN... 107dB Tone control Bass (50Hz)... 10dB Treble (20kHz).. 10dB Power requirement... AC 230V 50Hz Power consumption (EN60065).. 250W (4, 100W x 2 output).. 470W Accessories Remote controller... 1 AA batteries.. 2 Detachable AC power cable.. 1 Maximum outer dimensions (Amplifier) Width.. 440mm Height... 126.5mm Height (PM7001 KI).. 128mm Depth.. 364mm Weight (Amplifier)... 10.5kg Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
You can find your nearest authorized distributor or dealer on our website. U.S.A. EUROPE Marantz America, Inc. Marantz Europe B.V. 1100 Maplewood Drive, Itasca, IL 60143, U.S.A. P.O. Box 8744, 5605 LS Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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PM7001 Integrated Amplifier
The Marantz PM7001 stereo integrated amplifier is the perfect solution for the audiophile seeking uncompromising musicality with flexible operation. Delivering 2 x 70 watts into 8 ohms, this superb Current Feedback amplifier features symmetrical circuits for perfect image balancing, and uses Customized Components and Current Feedback HDAMs to preserve the music's dynamic structure, tonal quality and stereo image. The 2-stage construction concept, the short, symmetrical signal paths and the stable power supply further underline the superb build quality of the PM7001. The phono MM input completes the list and makes the PM7001 the perfect centre piece of your stereo system. Enjoy the exceptional sound quality of the Marantz PM7001.
Output power 2 x 70 Watts Current feedback amplification Current Feedback HDAMs Customized components Symmetric circuit architecture Source direct circuit Tone control Two pairs of speaker outputs D-Bus & system remote control
Sufficient real power capability to fill the room with musical enjoyment Excellent frequency response and superb sonic performance for the highest standard such as SACD Achieving a more dynamic, accurate and detailed sound reproduction Two times identically lay out symmetric audio circuit boards secure precise stereo imaging Bypasses the tone control circuitry to ensure the purest sound quality Allows tonal adjustment to personal taste For bi-wired connection of loudspeakers, or for multiroom applications Flexible system integration and total control via one system remote
Enjoyment of high quality audio reproduction With a rich heritage of test winning amplifiers the creation of worthy successor was put our engineers to quite a challenge. The PM7001 offers audiophiles uncompromising sound quality. The Current Feedback amplifier, two-stage design, dual-mono symmetrical circuit layout, anti-resonant chassis, metal front panel, hand-selected components, and our proprietary HDAM buffers result in sound quality that is natural, dynamic, and musically satisfying. With multiple input and output terminals, pre-out and main-in, heavy duty speaker terminals, and remote control capability, the PM7001 is the ideal centerpiece for an audiophile-grade music system. Current Feedback amplification Unlike conventional Voltage feed back amplification, the Current feedback amplification makes the power amplifier insensitive to difficult loudspeaker loads. In the PM7001 we reduced the feedback impedance of the Current Feedback circuit to its minimum to make it faster and extend the bandwidth. The result is a much more accurate and realistic sound. Marantz' Current Feedback HDAM The Marantz current feedback HDAM is a low level signal amplifier. It is in use where the audio signal has a very low voltage level and has to be handled with a maximum of care. Most of the other audio brand companies are using for this integrated circuit (IC) operational amplifier (opamp). These ICs of course are less expensive but unfortunately these ICs do not match the very high requirements of Marantz. Marantz developed its own discrete circuit boards. These HDAMs consists of discrete components with short mirror image L/R signal paths. These devices are doing exactly the same thing as the Op-amps, but outperform the regular integrated circuit Op-amps dramatically in terms of the Slew Rate and noise level, resulting in a much more dynamic, accurate and detailed sound. Customized Components Every Marantz product is designed with a fine ear and eye for details. The designers have to know the characteristics of every component. On paper the component might look excellent but the result may fall short of the combined design expectations. Therefore Marantz collects vast amounts of information upon specifics component performance capabilities. The result guarantees Marantz selects the appropriate components for the specific design application. The sonic result is critically acclaimed by international reviewers. In other cases it's simply not possible to use standard components that meet the high Marantz standards. These components will then be specially made for Marantz only in co-operation with the Marantz engineers. A touch of Marantz The strength of each Marantz design can be found in the attention to detail and cohesiveness of the different elements. The PM7001 is a clear example of benchmark engineering, craftsmanship and a rich 50 year audiophile heritage and features a number of Marantz sound enhancements like Current Feedback topology amplification which makes the power amplifier in-sensitive to (difficult) loudspeaker loads. It employs an oversized power transformer in combination with customized filter capacitors. This design configuration is capable of a clear and powerful reproduction of music to offer the essential of it.
Two pair of speaker outputs In not all domestic environments the availability of one speaker system is sufficient. The PM7001 is equipped with the possibility to connect 2 pairs of loudspeakers. The speaker systems can be switched on and off by simply selecting the speaker system on the front of the amplifier. Another option for the second speaker connection is to provide a bi-wired connection for your main loudspeakers. By doing so, this provides each loudspeaker Symmetric circuit architecture drive unit (bass driver and tweeter unit) to have a separate and To achieve the best possible sonic performance, signal paths direct connection to the amplifier. This reduces any influence need to be short, direct and mirror imaged. The construction of the internal cross-over may exert upon the music. In effect each our circuitry provides improved stereo image by ensuring drive unit has a separate and independent filter network symmetry between right and left channel layout. The tone defeat eliminating all crossover distortion. circuit will insure shortest signal paths by passing tone control board completely. The rigid chassis, solid metal construction and solid metal front create an anti-resonant environment.
In control of the system To optimize equipment in terms of ease of use, Marantz has designed the D-Bus system. Individual devices inform each other, in order to automatically tune to the customers demands. At the same time received remote control commands are communicated via this bus. This enables equipment without IR-receiver, like a cassette deck or tuner, to be controlled via the bypacked Marantz System Remote Controller. Environmental friendly Every electronic equipment product is built of single electrical components that are made of different material and substances. Marantz assure that the components used in our products are free of any dangerous material or substance to keep our environment clean. We have for example removed hazardous substances like lead in the solder.
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Channels 2 Current Feedback Topology Class A Amplification Linear Drive Power Supply CCNE Liniear volume control Floating control bus system Power Transformer: Super-ring / -/-/ Toroidal / El Choke input Shottky diodes HDAM: Standard / SA / SA2 / -/-/-/ Current Feedback HDAM cover: Gold plated / Copper -/-/-/plated / Metal /plastic / no shield Input buffer amp (all inputs) CD Construction: Twin mono / 3-Stage -/circuit Symmetric PCB Layout power block System block shielding: Copper / -/-/ metal / none Chassis : Die-cast / Copper plated / -/-/ Metal Double Layer Bottom Plate High Grade Audio Components Customised Components BTL Possibility Current Feedback phono equalizer Balance / Bass / Treble / Loudness ///Source Direct Separate Solid Heat Sinks Speaker A/B Record Selector: full / copy-source /Auto Power On/Off Low noise LCD display Temperature Gauge Standby Mode
Audio Inputs 6 Phono Input: MM/MC /Audio Outputs 2 Balanced In/Out -/External Control In (Composite) Processor In/Out Pre-out / Main-in / D-Bus In/Out Gold Plated Cinch CD Speaker Terminal: Click-fit / Screw / -//WBT Floating control bus (3.5mm mono jack x 2) AC Outlets (Not for UK Model) Headphone Out
Available colors: Platinum/Gold/ -/-// Silver/Black Metal Front Panel Remote Control RC4001PM System Remote Function System Power Consumption 220 Watts Detachable Power Cable Maximum Dimensions 440 x364 x123 mm (W x D x H) Weight 10.5 kg
Power Output (8/4 Ohm 70/100 Watts RMS) Frequency Range Frequency 10Hz-60kHz (+0,Response 1dB) Total Harmonic Distortion 0.01% Bridged Power Output (8 Ohm RMS) Damping Factor 150 Input Sensitivity: MM 3mV / 47 kOhm Input Sensitivity: MC Input Sensitivity: High 200mV / level 20kOhm Signal to Noise Ratio: High level 88 dB Signal to Noise Ratio: MM/MC 85/- dB
Design and specifications are subject to change by Marantz without notice.
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