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|Peter C||11:58am on Monday, March 28th, 2011|
|I use it for its analogue output, and find it sonically very good, with a sense of clarity that makes it sound just that much better than playing a CD on a DVD player or my older Yamaha CD player. I do have one gripe though - after 18 months, the tray started giving trouble refusing to come out. Eventually the Marantz distributor in Sydney fixed it under warranty (and tried to charge me for it!). But now, getting closoe to the end of the three year warranty, the tray is doing exactly the same thing again. Seems more than a coincidence. Paid toom uch money for this sort of issue, when an el cheapo DVD player wouldn't normally have the same problem.|
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This section must be read before any connection is made to the mains supply.
INAPPROPRIATE PLACES FOR INSTALLATION
To keep your player in perfect working order for the longest possible time, avoid installing the player in the following locations. Wherever it will be exposed to direct sunlight Wherever it will be close to a heater or other heat-radiating appliance Wherever the humidity is high or ventilation is poor
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS ON TOP
Refrain from placing any objects on top of the player.
EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING
Your Marantz product complies with the household power and safety requirements in your area. This product can be powered by 230 V AC only.
CAUTIONS ON HANDLING MAINS CORD
Do not touch the mains cord with wet hands. When disconnecting the mains cord, always make sure that you take hold of the plug. Yanking out or bending the cord can damage it and/or cause electric shocks or a fire. Get into the habit of disconnecting the power plug before leaving home.
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
Wherever it is very dusty Wherever it will be subject to vibration On top of a rickety stand or in an unstable location which is tilted at an angle On top of an amplifier or other component which dissipates a great deal of heat In an audio rack with little space at the top and bottom or other location where the heat dissipation will be obstructed To ensure proper heat dissipation, install the player while leaving clearances between the player and wall or other components, as shown in the figure below.
0.1 m or more 0.1 m or more 0.1 m or more
DO NOT ATTEMPT REPAIRS YOURSELF
Refrain from lubricating the player: doing so can cause malfunctioning. Only qualified engineers with specialized expertise are authorized to repair the pick-up and parts inside the player.
0.1 m or more
BEFORE USING PRECAUTIONS
In winter, droplets of water form on the insides of the windows of a heated room: this is called condensation. This CD player uses an optical lens, so the condensation may form in the following cases. - In a room immediately after the heating has been turned on - In a room where the humidity level is high - When the player has been suddenly brought from a cold location into a warm room Since, in cases like this, the track numbers may not be read and the player is prevented from operating properly, wait about 30 minutes, and then operate the player. This player may cause interference on a tuner or TV set. If this is the case, place it further away from the tuner or TV set. Compact discs have much less noise than analog records and hardly any noise is heard before play starts. Bear in mind, therefore, that if the volume control on the amplifier is set too high, you will risk damaging other audio components. This audio player is for the exclusive playing of Audio CDs (Compact Discs) and MP3/WMA compressed data files. It cannot play CD-ROMs used with personal computers, game CDs, video CDs, DVDs (video/ audio) or DTS-CDs. We do not recommend the use of lens cleaners. Wipe the surface radially from the center. Do not wipe the surface in the circumferential direction.
7 Usage of remote controller
Operate the unit with the remote controller within the range of the illustration below.
1 Remove the battery cover.
2 Insert the batteries with correct +/ orientation.
Do not allow direct sunlight, an inverter fluorescent light or other strong source of light to shine onto the players infrared signal reception window (remote sensor). Otherwise, the operation of the remote control unit may be disabled. Bear in mind that operating the remote control unit may cause other devices operated by infrared rays to be operated by mistake. The remote control unit cannot be operated if the space between the controller and the players remote sensor is obstructed. Do not place any objects on top of the remote control unit. Doing so may cause one or more buttons to be held down which will cause the batteries to run down.
3 Close the battery cover until it clicks shut.
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
z x c v b n m ,
z POWER ON/STANDBY switch and Standby indicator
This is used to turn the players power ON and STANDBY. When it is pressed, the display lights and the power is turned on; when it is pressed again, the power is turned off and STANDBY indicator lights.
3 DISPLAY OFF indicator
This lights in the DISPLAY OFF mode (when the display is off).
b OPEN/CLOSE 0 button
This is used to open and close the disc tray. When it is pressed, the disc tray opens; when it is pressed again, it closes.
0 PHONES jack
The headphones are connected to this jack. Use headphones that come with a standard plug.
n PLAY 3 button
This is used to start play.
1 / (search forward/next track) button
The same number of tracks as the number of times the button is pressed are skipped in the forward direction. When the button is held down, tracks are searched (fast forward).
4 MP3 Indicator
This lights up when an MP3 file is being played.
Press the 1 numeric button.
When the 4/1 button on the player or 4 button on the remote control unit is pressed, play returns to the start of the track now playing. Play returns to the previous track which is equivalent to the number of times the button was pressed. Within 1.5 second, press the 2 numeric button.
BASIC OPERATIONS AUDIO CD PLAYING A SPECIFIC PART OF A SPECIFIC TRACK
7 Searching a specific part of a track (search)
While listening to a track being played, it is possible to search a specific part of that track by a forward or backward search.
ADVANCED OPERATIONS AUDIO CD
REPEAT PLAY (PLAYING THE SAME TRACKS REPEATEDLY)
7 Playing all tracks repeatedly (alltrack repeat)
This function repeatedly plays all the tracks. Repeat play is possible even during random play or program play. Press the REPEAT button on the remote control unit.
7 Playing one track repeatedly (1-track repeat)
This function repeatedly plays one track only. Even during random play or program play, it repeats the track being played. Press the REPEAT button on the remote control unit twice while the track to be repeated is playing.
The A- indicator on the display now lights.
TTL TRK A TIME
2. Press the A-B button on the remote control unit
at the end point of the part to be repeated.
Forward searching through the track now playing
The RPT and 1 indicators light, and track now playing is repeated.
TTL TRK RPT 1 TIME
The A-B indicator on the display now lights, and the designated part (from point A to point B) is played repeatedly.
TTL TRK A B TIME
The RPT indicator on the display lights, and the repeat play of all the tracks starts. The search (forward search) mode is established by holding down the / button on the player or button on the remote control unit. Holding down the button initiates a forward search.
TTL TRK RPT TIME
To stop 1-track repeat play and resume normal play, press the REPEAT button on the remote control unit to turn off the RPT indicator on the display.
Backward searching through the track now playing
To stop all-track repeat play and resume normal play, press the REPEAT button on the remote control unit twice. The RPT indicator on the display goes off.
7 Playing a specic part repeatedly (A-B repeat)
This function repeatedly plays a specific part of a track that you want to hear.
To stop A-B repeat play and resume normal play, press the A-B button on the remote control unit to turn off the A-B indicator on the display.
The A-B repeat play function cannot be used during random play.
1. During play, press the A-B button on the remote
control unit at the start point of the part to be repeated.
The search (backward search) mode is established by holding down the 4/1 button on the player or 1 button on the remote control unit. Holding down the button initiates a backward search. (Returns during backward searches are not constant.)
ADVANCED OPERATIONS AUDIO CD RANDOM PLAY (PLAYING TRACKS IN A RANDOM SEQUENCE)
This function rearranges the tracks into a random sequence and it then plays all the tracks in this random sequence. If it is used together with repeat play, the same tracks can be repeatedly played but in a different sequence every time. During play or stop, press the RANDOM button on the remote control unit.
7 Skipping tracks during random play to search other tracks
When the / button on the player or button on the remote control unit is pressed during random play, the next track is selected at random and played. Conversely, when the 4/1 button on the player or 4 button on the remote control unit is pressed during random play, play returns to the start of the track now playing.
AMS PLAY (SEARCHING FOR A SPECIFIC TRACK)
All track intros, from the first track onward, are played back in sequence, which is useful when searching for a desired track. You can choose whether to play 10, 20 or 30 seconds of each track. During stop or play, press the AMS (auto music scan) button on the remote control unit.
WHILE PLAYING, REPLAY A SMALL TRACK PORTION AND LISTEN AGAIN (QUICK REPLAY)
If the Q.REPLAY button is pressed during playback, the play position will jump back by the length of time set in MENU, and then resume.
Press the AMS button repeatedly to switch through the different scan modes. , , , . ( aborts the scan function) light on the display, and the 3 indicator flashes.
The items on the music calendar appear on the display one after the other, and the RNDM indicator lights.
Jump back cannot go beyond the beginning of the current track. When the Q.REPLAY button is pressed, if the total length of the track being played is shorter than the time set for quick replay, or if the track elapsed playing time is shorter than the time set for quick replay, the play position will return to the beginning of the track and resume playing.
Random play now starts.
TTL RNDM TRK TIME
All track intros, from the first track onward, are played back in sequence, for the amount of time they have been preset (10 sec. when first purchased).
Once the track you want to hear has been found, press the 3 button. The 3 indicator now lights, and the track found and whatever comes after that track will now be played normally. When the RANDOM button on the remote control unit is pressed during AMS play, the AMS play function is released, and the random play mode is established.
To stop random play and resume normal play, press the RANDOM button on the remote control unit. The RNDM indicator on the display goes off.
How to set the Quick Replay time
1. If there is a disc in the disc tray, remove the disc
and close the tray.
2. Press the MENU button on the remote control
four times. The display will indicate Quick Replay.
The currently time setting will be displayed (at the time of purchase, this is set to 10 seconds).
If the POWER button on the CD player or the POWER button on the remote control is pressed, even if the machine goes into STANDBY, the most recently-set time will be kept. In the event of the power cord being removed from the player or from the power supply outlet, the setting will revert to the default (10s).
The order in which the CD tracks are played can be rearranged into the sequence desired. Up to 30 tracks can be programmed.
7 Program play in the time display mode
In the case of a CD-TEXT disc, first press the TIME button on the remote control unit to set the main display to the time display mode.
2. Press the numeric buttons on the remote
control unit the tracks can also be selected using the 4 and buttons on the remote control unit or 4/1 and / buttons on the player. To select track number 10 or above, use the numeric buttons to select the higher digit first and then select the lower digit.
4. Set the desired time with the 4 or buttons
(5 - 60 s).
TTL TTL TIME
5. After setting the time, press the ENTER button.
The display will return to normal.
1. During stop, press the PROGRAM button on the
remote control unit.
Display example: When track 2 has been selected
Program appears for an instant on the main display.
3. Repeat step 2 to program the desired tracks in
sequence. At each step of the programming, the number of tracks programmed and their total time appear on the main display. Up to 30 tracks can be programmed.
3. Press the ENTER button of the remote control.
If there is a period of more than 4 seconds during this procedure in which a key is not pressed, the setting at that time will be set, and the display will return to displaying the time.
PROGRAM PLAY (PLAYING TRACKS IN THE PREFERRED SEQUENCE)
The PROG indicator flashes, and the program mode is established.
4. Once all the tracks have been programmed,
press the 7 button on the player or remote control unit or press the PROGRAM button on the remote control unit.
7 Program play in the text display mode
In the case of a CD-TEXT disc, tracks can be selected by title for program play. If the main display is set to the time display mode, press the TEXT button on the remote control unit to establish the text display mode.
2. Press the 4 and buttons on the remote
control unit or 4/1 and / buttons on the player to select the track. (The track can also be selected using the numeric buttons on the remote control unit but in this case the title is not displayed).
The PROG indicator stops flashing and lights up instead, and the program is entered.
TTL PROG TTL TIME
5. Press the 3 button on the player or remote
control unit. Play of the selected tracks now starts in the programmed sequence. Program play will start even when step 4 is omitted. The PROG indicator stops flashing and lights up instead, and the program is entered.
TEXT TTL PROG TTL TIME 19
The title of each selected track is scrolled, and once it has been scrolled, it is programmed automatically. If you do not want to program the track, select another track before the scrolling is completed.
Programming in the text display mode cannot be performed for tracks which have no text information for their titles.
TEXT 18 19
control unit. Play now starts in the programmed sequence. Program play will start even when step 4 is omitted. Program appears for an instant on the main display. Then the PROG indicator flashes, and the program mode is established.
3. Repeat step 2 to program the desired
tracks in sequence. Up to 30 tracks can be programmed.
7 Delete program play in the time display mode
2. Press the numeric buttons on the remote control
unit that you do not want to hear (the track can also be selected using the 4 and buttons on the remote control unit or 4/1 and / buttons on the player). The PROG indicator in the display stops flashing and lights up instead, and the delete program is entered. Up to 30 tracks can be deleted from the program.
1. During stop, press the PROGRAM button on
the remote control unit, and then press the CANCEL button.
Delete Prog. appears for an instant on the main display.
ADVANCED OPERATIONS AUDIO CD DELETE PROGRAM PLAY (PLAY WITH UNDESIRED TRACKS SKIPPED)
This function makes it possible to skip those tracks that you do not want to hear during CD play. Up to 30 tracks can be deleted from the program. The total number of CD tracks and the total play time appear on the main display, the PROG indicator flashes, and the delete program mode is established.
7 Returning program play to normal play (canceling the entire program)
Press the 7 button on the player or remote control unit twice during program play or once during stop. The PROG indicator on the display goes off, and the entire program is canceled.
OTHER FUNCTIONS AUDIO CD
The text information recorded on a CD-TEXT disc can be viewed on this player. In the case of a CD-TEXT CD, the display window will light up as shown in the diagram below. Display of player
7 During play
Each time the TEXT button on the remote control unit is pressed, the information items are displayed in the following sequence. During play, the information of track now playing is mainly displayed. Title of track xx now playing
7 In the stop mode
Each time the TEXT button on the remote control unit is pressed, the information items are displayed in the following sequence. When the 3 button is pressed while -- Title is displayed, the track concerned starts playing. The maximum of characters that can be displayed is 64. Time display
Alternatively, a program can be canceled when the disc tray is opened by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE 0 button on the player.
7 Precautions for program and delete program play
When using the numeric buttons to select tracks 1 to 9 on a CD with 10 or more tracks in total, allow 1.5 seconds or so to elapse after the button corresponding to the number of the previous track was pressed before pressing the button corresponding to the number of the next track. When using the numeric buttons to select track 10 or up on a CD with 10 or more tracks in total, press the button corresponding to lower digit within 1.5 seconds or so after the button corresponding to the higher digit was pressed. When using the 4 and buttons for programming, keep pressing one of these buttons with less than half a second or so in between until the number of the desired track is displayed. If the total time for a program exceeds 99 minutes 59 seconds, the time display will appear as : .
This lights when the disc that has been read is identied as supporting CD-TEXT.
Album Title xx Title (title of track xx) Album Artist xx Artist (artist of track xx) -- Title (title of track --) xx Songwriter (songwriter of track xx)
When the TEXT button on the remote control is pressed, the CD-TEXT information will be displayed as outlined in the diagram on the right.
However, the recorded information differs from one disc to another so that not all the information given below will necessarily be displayed. Items not recorded are automatically omitted and skipped by the player, and only the existing items are displayed.
xx Composer (composer of track xx)
xx Arranger (arranger of track xx)
OTHER FUNCTIONS AUDIO CD PITCH CONTROL (CHANGING THE PLAY SPEED)
The play speed (pitch) can be changed across a 12 step.
7 Reducing the play speed
Press the PITCH- button on the remote control unit.
PEAK SEARCH (SEARCHING FOR THE LOUDEST PASSAGE)
If the cassette deck recording level is adjusted in relation to the peak level on the disc, it is possible to avoid distortion and noise in recording. This facility allows the peak over the entire disc or in the programmed to be detected tracks before proceeding to editing.
3. When peak search of the last passage is
c o m p l e t e d , p l ay w i l l b e r e p e a t e d fo r approximately 6 seconds with the volume at a comparatively high level. Adjust the record level of the cassette deck. (Please see the instruction manual for the cassette deck.)
Digital signals are not output during pitch control. (Signals are output when the pitch control is set to 0).
7 Increasing the play speed
Press the PITCH+ button on the remote control unit.
PITCH will light up and each time the button is pressed, the playback speed will decrease (min -12).
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control
once. Peak will be displayed.
4. Press the 7 button on the player or remote
control unit to stop the peak search operation.
As a CD may contain several peaks, a different peak may be found every time the auto peak level search operation is performed.
7 Returning play to the normal speed
PITCH will light up and each time the button is pressed, the playback speed will increase (max +12).
A EDIT TTL TIME
Total playing time of side A
7 Simple edit
This operation fits tracks into a specified tape length while keeping the tracks in their original order.
Each press of the button allows you to increase the recording time by 1 minute. Each press of the 1 button allows to decrease the recording time by 1 minute. Using the numeric buttons
Number indicators of tracks assigned to side A light up. Total number of tracks on side A
5. Start playing in accordance with Edit recording
Last track on tape side B
When numeric buttons are used to specify a C-46 tape, for example, press 4 then 6.
The arrow mark will flash. (indicates that tracks after 17 will not be played.)
7 Program edit
This procedure allows you to record tracks in any desired order while fitting the tracks into a specified tape length.
7 Edit recording
Recording to a cassette deck
1. After setting up, setup the cassette deck to rec
1. Program tracks according to PROGRAM
PLAY (page 16).
2. The rest of the program edit procedure is
the same as step 1 to 4 in the simple edit procedure.
2. Press 3 or 8 buttons of the player to start A side
program. The player sends out signal to start recording and starts playing A side program after 4 seconds.
7 Delete program edit
When recording from a disc to a tape, this procedure allows you to omit the tracks you do not want to record, while fitting the tracks into a specified tape length.
1. Program tracks according to DELETE
PROGRAM PLAY (page 18).
2. The rest of the delete program edit procedure
is the same as step 1 to 4 in the simple edit procedure.
3. After A side program complete, player turns
to the pause state at the beginning of B side program.
During a simple edit, program edit or delete program edit, only STOP, OPEN/CLOSE or POWER ON/STANDBY button operations can be performed. (Remote-controlled operation is not possible) This is intended to prevent mistakes in recording due to erroneous operation. The display is always in the time display mode during edit play. It is not possible to switch to the text display mode.
PLAYING MP3/WMA FILES
SELECTING THE FOLDER TO LISTEN TO
1. While not playing, select the folder using the +
or - buttons on the remote control.
1, 2 3
The folder name will be displayed.
1. Press the remote control MENU button 3 times.
MP3/WMA Mode will be displayed.
3. When the 4/1, / button on the CD
player or the 4, button on the remote control is pressed, the display will switch.
control. The first file name in the folder will be displayed.
Press the remote control ENTER button to select. on the power.
2. On closing the disc tray, after TOC Reading
has displayed, the number of files that can be played will be displayed.
3. Press the 3 button on the player or remote 2. Press the remote control ENTER button. The
currently set mode will be displayed. control unit to start play. Adjust the volume level at the amplifier. Pausing or stopping playback or CD removal are carried out in the same way as with an Audio CD. (page 12, 13) The process is cancelled if the STOP button on the player, or the STOP or CANCEL button on the remote control, is pressed.
Display during playback
Normal or random playback, AMS play will play the files set by the MP3/WMA playback mode.
Folder number currently playing File number currently playing
The number of files that can be played
Returning to the start of the le now playing or a previous le
The search (forward search) mode is established by holding down the / button on the player or button on the remote control unit. Holding down the button initiates a forward search.
The RPT indicator on the display lights, and the repeat play of all the files starts.
TRK RPT TIME
Backward searching through the le now playing
To stop all-file repeat play and resume normal play, press the REPEAT button on the remote control unit third times. The RPT indicator on the display goes off.
To stop Folder Repeat and return to normal playback, press the REPEAT button on the remote control twice. The RPT indication will disappear from the display window.
When the 4/1 button on the player or 4 button on the remote control unit is pressed, play returns to the start of the file now playing. Play returns to the previous file which is equivalent to the number of times the button was pressed. The search (backward search) mode is established by holding down the 4/1 button on the player or 1 button on the remote control unit. Holding down the button initiates a backward search. (Returns during backward searches are not constant.)
BASIC OPERATIONS MP3, WMA FILES PLAYING A SPECIFIC FILE
Advancing to a subsequent le
PLAYING A SPECIFIC PART OF A SPECIFIC FILE
While listening to a file being played, it is possible to search a specific part of that file by a forward or backward search.
The intros of all the files starting from file 1 are played in succession for the duration which has been select.
If you think that something is wrong with your player, first check the points listed below. Incorrect operations can sometimes be taken for trouble and malfunctions. If the trouble persists even after the following points have been checked, consult your dealer or nearest Marantz sales office or service center.
The section describes the care and maintenance tasks that must be performed to optimize the operation of your Marantz equipment.
No remote control operations.
Is the transmitter of the remote controller pointed at the remote sensor of the player? Is there anything between the player and remote control unit which is blocking the signals? Have the batteries of the remote controller run down? Is a strong light shining on the remote sensor of the player? Is the REMOTE CONTROL switch on the rear panel set to the EXTERNAL position? (Set it to the INTERNAL position if the player is to be used on its own.)
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 equipments 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.
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arantz has a long tradition of producing audio components that find just the right balance between price and performance. Its a tricky balancing act, but one that the marque has consistently achieved, with its special-edition and Ken Ishiwatatweaked models particularly successful. The CD6002 is a straightforward, twochannel stereo CD player with few apparent bells and whistles. But what you immediately notice on extracting the slim unit from the box is both the solid heft and the all-metal construction of the player. It looks and feels more expensive than youd expect. Once installed in the equipment rack, the Marantz looked the handsome, high-tech part. Installation was as simple as hooking it up to the pre-amp via a set of RCA interlinks and plugging in the power cord. In all-Marantz systems, the D-bus data ports can be used for system control purposes. The only other rear-panel elements are a choice of Toslink optical and coaxial digital outputs.The front panel features the usual fluorescent display, while the transport tray is located on the left. The switchgear is simple enough to identify and to use, although there is a comprehensive remote control, which will no doubt be the user interface of choice. For the technical buffs, the Marantz employs the Cirrus Logic CD4398 D/A converter, which upsamples to 24-bit/192 kHz, and is actually DSD (read SACD) compliant, although that aspect of the chip is not employed in this iteration. The transport, which operates smoothly and positively enough, is a KSS-213CCM, a generic part from China in wide use today. Digging even deeper under the Marantzs skin will expose selected-grade audiophile parts, mainly in the output stage, as well as a beefed up power supply. Also deployed in the CD6002s circuitry are Marantzs HDAM amplifier modules a proprietary alternative to op amps that employ surface mount technology and multi-layer circuitry to create a compact, high-performance unit tailored specifically for use in the CD6002. In all, the initial impressions are all positive, which of course heightens ones expectations about the actual performance of the deck. As it turns out, the CD6002 delivers on that front, too and with gusto.This is a player with a rich, weighty sound and a bold, authoritative bass, a full and thrusting midrange, and treble that always allows access to lots of fine detail, but never sounds cold or clinical. The overall approach is friendly and inviting the kind of sound that makes the music sound real and approachable. The bass, for all its richness, lacked nothing in pace and snap, and never showed any tendency towards lethargy. But it did a good job of exercising the lower-register
potential of my speakers, and reminded me why those speakers Vivid Audio 1.5s are in a free-standing position: the windows and cupboards still rattled. Instruments had body and presence, with ample attention paid to harmonics, so that recordings immediately sounded dimensional and realistic. Voices, too, weren't just flat recordings, but had something tangible and exciting about them the electricity of the performance was somehow retained and expressed by the Marantz. The 6002 was able to create the kind of layered, dimensional soundstage that seems to permeate beyond the boundaries of the usual two-channel, left/right stereo sound. Instead, the musical image seemed alive and populated,
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with individual voices and instruments not only faithfully portrayed, but believably positioned in the sonic image spread out in front me. The musical fare used for this review was varied enough to highlight any potential shortcomings, ranging from Wyndham Hills Records Bach Variations compilation and the classic Antiphone Blues by saxophonist Arne Domnerus to the bluesy Dirty Pool (Melvin
Taylor and Slack Banc), JJ Johnsons Standards and Roger Waters live recording, In The Flesh. The Marantz CD6002 is a sexy machine, with a substance of build and a reassuring heft that mirrors its approach to the music. Yes, it is only a CD player at a time when many are predicting that format's demise.And no, it takes no notice of the supposedly superior SACD format. But let me put it this way:
after you've heard a decent disc being played on this Marantz, you'll be asking yourself how much more you could possibly gain from SACD. That, of course, is a debate for another day, but one thing's for sure: this is a fine CD player, and one that looks robust enough to defy the test of the time, while still making the most of your CD collection.
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