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This latest 2 x 80W stereo receiver, in the new M1 Reference Style design, is built to the highest standards and expertly finished. The slim aluminium front expresses perfect balance, while the dimensions are the same as those for the CD5003 and SA7003, giving you the option of creating an extraordinary system from just two components. Close attention to detail and a no-compromise construction ensures faithfully captured excitement and emotional playback of your music. This RDS stereo receiver comes with FM/AM reception, 50 random presets and a powerful amplifier at its heart. For vinyl addicts theres also a high quality phono MM preamplifier. Subwoofer output and a pairs of screw type speaker terminals make it a true centrepiece of your home stereo system.

SR5023 - Stereo Receiver

2x 80 Watts RMS 8 ohm RDS FM/AM Tuner Full dot matrix display 50 presets Source direct 6 analogue inputs including Phono MM Subwoofer Output System Remote Control

Design and specifications are subject to change by Marantz without notice.
SPECIFICATIONS Current Feedback Topology Linear Drive Power Supply Power Transformer: Toroidal/El HDAM version Sysmmetric PCB Layout Balance/Bass/Treble/Loudness Source Direct Speaker A/B Phono EQ Standby Mode Full Dot Matrix Display Display Off Display Dimmer TUNER FEATURES Broadcast bands: FM/MW/LW Presets Auto Tuning RDS: PTY / PS / RT Station Naming Sleep / Timer INPUTS/OUTPUTS Audio Inputs Phono Input: MM/MC Audio Outputs Pre-Out/Main-in Subwoofer Out FM Antenna AM Antenna Marantz D-bus In/Out
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Gold Plated cinch Speaker Terminal: Screw/Marantz/WBT AC Outlets (Not for UK Model) Headphone Out iPod input (direct/docking station) SPECIFICATIONS Power Output (8/6 ohm) Frequency Response Total Harmonic Distortion Damping Factor Input Sensitivity: MM/MC Signal to Noise Ratio MM/MC Input Sensitivity: High Level Signal to Noise Ratio High Level GENERAL Available colors: Gold/Silver/Black/SilverGold Metal Front Panel Remote Control Power Consumption in W Standby Consumption in W Detachable Power Cable Maximum Dimensions (WxDxH) in mm Weight in kg
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60 Remote controller

Caution: Do not allow direct sunlight, an inverter uorescent 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 receptor 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.
Close the battery cover until it clicks shut.
Load the two new size AAA batteries inside the battery compartment while taking care to align their polarities correctly with the polarity markings ( with ( and with ).
Remove the battery cover.


MEMORY button
Press this button to enter the tuner preset memory numbers or station names. (See page 13)

T-MODE button

Press this button to select the auto stereo mode or mono mode when the FM band is selected.
This button used for tuning in the desired broadcasting stations or to preset in the desired broadcasting stations.

BAND button

Press this button to switch between FM and AM in the TUNER mode.

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F (Frequency)/P (Preset) button
POWER switch and STANDBY indicator

DIMMER button

During reception of AM or FM, you can change the function of the UP/DOWN buttons for scanning frequencies or selecting preset stations by pressing this button.
Press the button to turn the power ON, and press again to turn it OFF. If the POWER switch is in the ON position, the power of this unit can be turned ON/OFF by pressing the POWER button on the remote controller. When this unit is in the standby mode with the POWER switch set to the ON position, tuning the INPUT SELECTOR knob also allows to turn the power on. The STANDBY indicator lights up when this unit is the standby mode (power OFF) by the remote controller.
When this button is pressed once display is dimmed. When this button is pressed twice, the display is turned off and the DISP indicator lights up. Press this button again to turn on the display again.

The provided remote controller is a system remote controller. The POWER button, numeric buttons and control buttons are used in common across different input source components. The input source controlled with the remote controller changes when one of the input selector buttons is pressed.

POWER ON and OFF buttons

Numeric buttons 0 to 9

SLEEP button

(When AMP mode is selected) These buttons are used to turn the unit on or off.


These buttons are used to enter figures in the selection of a tuner preset station and station name preset or to set select a DVD chapter or title and a CD track number, etc. The functions of these buttons are dependent on the function button selected.
This button is used for setting the sleep timer.
TREBLE up (3) /down (4) buttons
Press to switch the power of the source component after pressing the function selector button.
These buttons are used to adjust the tone control of high frequency sound.

MEMO button

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Input selector buttons / FUNCTION SELECTOR buttons (AUDIO INPUT)
This button is used to store frequencies and station names in memory.
BASS up (3) /down (4) buttons
These buttons are used to adjust the tone control of low frequency sound.
T.MODE button 1 SOURCE DIRECT button
When this button is pressed, the audio signal will bypass the tone control circuit to provide the pure sound quality.
These buttons are used to select a Audio source component. When one of these buttons is pressed, the input function of the unit is changed.
(When TUNER mode is selected) This button is used to select auto stereo mode or mono mode when the FM band is selected. The AUTO indicator lights in the auto stereo mode.
When this button is pressed once, the display is dimmed. When this button is pressed twice, the display is turned off and the DISP indicator lights up. Press this button again to turn on the display again.

F.DIRECT button

(When TUNER mode is selected) This button is used to select the Frequency direct input.
Press this button decrease the sound temporarily. Press this button again to return to the previous sound level.

PTY button

(When TUNER mode is selected) This button is used to display the programme type information of the current station.

VOLUME +/- buttons

This button is used to adjust the volume for the amplier.

P.SCAN button

(When tuner mode is selected) This button is used to start preset scan.

SPKR A/B button

This button is not used in SR5023.

T.DISP button

This button is used to cancel for certain memory or programming operations.
(When TUNER mode is selected) This button is used to select the display mode in RDS.
1, 2, 3, 4 (CURSOR) buttons
These buttons are used when controlling the cursor of the unit, DVD or other AV equipment. (When TUNER mode is selected) PRESET +/- buttons This button is used to select a preset station up and down. TUNING +/- buttons This button is used to tune a frequency station up and down.
(When TUNER mode is selected) This button is used to select a radio band.
Connect your speaker system to these terminals. There is one set of terminals.

Subwoofer Output

Connect this jack to the line level input of a powered subwoofer.


AC OUTLET 230V 50/60Hz SWITCHED 150W 0.65A MAX.
Connect the grounding wire from the analog turntable to this terminal.
FM antenna terminal For connecting the supplied FM antenna or for connecting an external FM antenna with a coaxial cable, or for connecting a cable network. AM antenna and ground terminal For connecting the supplied AM loop antenna. Use the terminals marked AM and GND. The supplied AM loop antenna will provide good AM reception in most areas. Position the loop antenna to the best reception.
Connect the AC power cable of component such as a DVD or CD player to this outlet. This outlet provides power only when this unit is turned on. Caution: In order to avoid potential turn-off thumps, anything plugged into this outlet should be powered up before this unit is turned on. The capacity of this AC outlet is 150W. Do not connect devices that consume electricity more than the capacity of this outlet. If the total power consumption of the connected devices exceeds the capacity, the protection circuit shuts down the power supply.

Connect to a Marantz component equipped with remote control (RC-5) terminals.
Connect to supplied an AC power cable, and connect to an AC power outlet. This unit requires a power voltage of 230V AC only.

Antenna terminals


GND (ground) terminal

These are the analog audio inputs and outputs. There are 6 audio inputs and 1 audio output. The audio jacks are nominally labeled for recorder1 (CD recorder), compact disc players, DVD players and etc. The audio inputs and outputs require RCAtype connectors.


Speaker terminals

Turn table





FM (75) 75 GND AM






FM (75) 75


CD player
Powered subwoofer Right Left



DVD player



10 mm (3/8inch)

Satellite tuner

Caution: Be sure to use speakers with the specied impedance as shown on the rear panel of this unit. To prevent damage to circuitry, do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other and do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. Do not touch the speaker terminals when the power is on. It may cause you to receive an electric shocks. Do not connect more than one speaker cable to one speaker terminal. Doing so may damage this unit.

CD recorder


1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Strip away approx. 10 mm (3/8inch) of wire insulation. Twist the bared wire ends tight, to prevent short circuits. Loosen the knob by turning it counterclockwise. Insert the bare part of the wire into the hole in side of each terminal. Tighten the knob by turning it clockwise to secure the wire. Note: Be sure to connect the positive and negative cables for the speaker properly. If they are miss-connected, the signal phase will be reversed and the signal quality will be corrupted.
Caution: Do not connect this unit and other components to mains power until all connections between components have been completed. Notes: Insert all plugs and connectors securely. Incomplete connections may make noise. Be sure to connect the left and right channels properly. Red connectors are for the R (right) channel, and white connectors are for the L (left) channel. Be sure to connect input and output properly. Refer to the instructions for each component that is connected to this unit. Do not bind audio/video connection cables with power cords and speaker cables this will result in generating a hum or other noise.


1. 2. 3.

Turn on the power of the audio equipment connected to this unit. Set the input selector on the audio equipment to this unit. Connect the AC power cable to the wall outlet. Press the POWER ON/OFF button on the unit. Each time the button is pressed, the power of the unit switches on/off. Pressing POWER OFF or SOURCE POWER after pressing the AMP button on the remote controller causes the STANDBY indicator on the unit to light and puts the unit in STANDBY mode. To turn the power on while in STANDBY mode, press the AMP button on the remote controller, and then press POWER ON or SOURCE POWER. Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the VOLUME control knob on the front panel or VOLUME 3 / 4 buttons on the remote controller. To increase the volume, turn the VOLUME knob clockwise or press VOLUME 3 button on the remote controller, to decrease the volume, turn counterclockwise or press VOLUME 4 button on the remote controller. Note: The volume can be adjusted within the range of 90 () to 0 dB, in steps of 1 dB. To temporarily silence all speaker outputs such as when interrupted by a phone call, press the MUTE button on the front panel or MUTE button on the remote controller. This will interrupt the output to all speakers and the head-phone jack, but it will not affect any recording or dubbing that may be in progress. When the system is muted, the display will show MUTE ON. Press the MUTE button again to return to normal operation.
Before you can listen to any input media, you must rst select the input source on the SR5023. (example : CD)
This jack may be used to listen to the units output through a pair of headphones. Be certain that the headphones have a standard 1/4" stereo phono plug. (Note that the speakers will automatically be turned off when the headphone jack is in use.)
To select CD, turn the INPUT SELECTOR on the front panel or press the CD button on the remote controller. After you have selected CD, simply turn on the CD player and play the CD. The input name will appear in the display on the front-panel.

If tuning does not stop at the desired station, use to the Manual tuning operation.
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM), press the BAND button on the front panel.
When in the auto stereo mode, AUTO indicator will be illuminated on the display. The ST indicator is illuminated when a stereo broadcast is tuned in. At open frequencies, the noise is muted and the TUNED and ST indicators are not illuminated. If the signal is weak, it may be difcult to tune into the station in stereo. In such a case, press the T-MODE button on the front panel or remote controller. AUTO indicator is not illuminated, if FM stereo broadcasts are received in monaural and the ST indicator is not illuminated. To return to auto stereo mode, press the T-MODE button or press T-MODE button on the remote controller again. AUTO indicator is illuminated on the display.
In normal operation, the audio source selected for listening through the SR5023 is sent to the record outputs. This means that any program you are watching or listening to may be recorded simply by placing machines connected to the outputs for RECORDER OUT in the record mode. To record the input source signal you are currently watching or listening to
AC OUTLET OUT 230V 5 50/60Hz SWITCHED SWITC 150W 0.65A MAX. 0.65


To program this unit for automatic standby, press the SLEEP button on the remote controller. Each press of the button will increase the time before shut down in the following sequence.

OFF 120

q You can control other Marantz products through this unit with the remote control by connecting the REMOTE CONTROL terminals on each unit. The signal transmitted from the remote control is received by the remote sensor on this unit. Then the signal is sent to the connected device through this terminal. Therefore you only need to aim the remote at one unit. Also, if a Marantz power amplier (some models excluded) is connected to one of these terminals, the power amplifiers, power switch is synchronized with this units power switch. Set the REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH on the units, other than the main unit to EXT.(EXTERNAL) for this feature.
w Whenever external infrared sensors or similar devices are connected to RC-5 IN of the SR5023, be sure to always disable operation of the infrared sensor on the main unit by using the following procedure.
The sleep time will be shown for a few seconds in the display on the front panel, and it will count down until the time has elapsed. When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the unit will automatically turn off. Note that the SLEEP indicator on the display will illuminate when the Sleep function is programmed. To cancel the Sleep function, press the SLEEP button until the display shows SLEEP OFF and the SLEEP indicator will disappear.

Hold down the S-DIRECT button and BAND button on the front panel at the same time for 3 seconds. The setting IR=ENABLE is shown on the FL DISPLAY. Press TUNING/PRESET 3 or 4 button to change this to IR=DISABLE. Press the MUTE button. Once this setting is made, the infrared sensor on the main unit is disabled.
Select the input source to record by turning the corresponding input selector. The input source is now selected and you may watch or listen to it as desired.
The currently selected input source signal is output to the RECORDER output for recording. Start recording to the recording component as desired.
Note: Be sure to set to IR=ENABLE when external infrared sensors or similar devices are not connected. Otherwise, the main unit will be unable to receive remote control commands.
To restore the original setting, perform steps 1 to 4 to set to IR=ENABLE.
With this unit you can preset up to 50 FM/AM stations in any order. For each station, you can memorize the frequency and reception mode if desired.



2. 4. 3. 2.

Press the P.SCAN button on the remote controller. PRESET SCAN appears on the display and then the preset station with the lowest preset number is recalled rst.


This function automatically scans the FM and AM band and enters all stations with proper signal strength into the memory.
Preset stations are recalled in sequence (No.1 No.2 etc.) for 5 seconds each. No stored preset number will be skipped. You can fast forward the preset stations by pressing the 2 button continuously. When the desired preset station is received, cancel the preset scan operation by pressing the CLEAR button or P.SCAN button on the remote controller.
Press the MEMORY button on the front panel. (preset number) starts blinking on the display. Select the preset number by pressing the TUNING/PRESET 3 or 4 buttons, while this indicator is still blinking (approx. 5 seconds) Press the MEMORY button again to enter. The display stops blinking. The station is now stored in the specified preset memory location.

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After selecting the rst character to be entered, press the MEMORY button or press the MEMO button on the remote controller. The entry in this column is xed and the next column starts to ash. Fill the next column the same way. To move back and forth between the characters, press the F/P button and press the TUNING/ PRESET 3 or 4 buttons or press 3 or 4 buttons on the remote controller.
Note: Unused columns should be lled by entering blanks. To save the name, press the MEMORY button on the front panel or remote controller for more than 2 seconds.
Ten keypad Press, press again, press again, etc. ABC1A DEF2D GHI3G JKL4J MNO5M PQR6P STU7S VWX8V Y Z space 9 Y +/0
Recall the preset number to be inputted name with the method described in Recalling a preset station. Press the MEMORY button on the front panel or press the MEMO button on the remote controller for more than 3 seconds. The left most column of the station name indicator ashes, indicating the character entry ready status.
NUMBER 29 DISPLAY POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS NEWS AFFAIRS INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT PROGRAMME TYPE Pop Music Rock Music Easy Listening Music Light Classical Music Serious Classical Music News Current Affairs Information Sport Education Drama Culture Science Varied Other Music Weather Finance Children's Programmes Social Affairs Religion Phone In Travel Leisure Jazz Music Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music Documentary

2. 2. 1. 3. 4. 2.

When this unit is tuned to an FM station that is transmitting RDS data, the Front Panel Information Display will automatically show the station name or RADIO TEXT in place of the typical display of the stations broadcast frequency. To change the display, press the T.DISP button on the remote controller.
PS (Program Service Name)


The RDS system categorizes programmes according to their genre into different programme type (PTY) groups. To display the programme type information of the current station, press the PTY button in the TUNER MODE on the remote controller.
To change to a new PTY type, press the TUNING/PRESET 3 or 4 button on the front panel or numeric or PRESET + or buttons on the remote controller until the desired PTY is shown in the display. Once the desired PTY group or type has been selected, press the PTY button while the display blink (approx. 5 seconds). The PTY Auto search will start, and the tuner will pause at each station broadcasting RDS PTY information corresponding to the selected choice. To advance to the next RDS station with the desired PTY, press the PTY button again within 5 seconds.

Press the PTY button in the TUNER MODE on the remote controller. The current stations PTY will be displayed, or the currently selected PTY group will be displayed in blinking if no station or RDS data is present.
Now in use in many countries, RDS (Radio Data System) is a description of the stations programming hidden space in the FM signal. This unit is equipped with RDS to assist in the selection of FM stations using station and network names, rather than broadcast frequencies. Additional RDS functions include the ability to search for programme types.
Some RDS stations broadcast RADIO TEXT, which is additional information on the station and programme being broadcast. RADIO TEXT information appears as running text in the display. RADIO TEXT is transmitted character by the radio station. As a result of that it may take some time until the entire text has been completely received.
This unit is equipped to automatically search for stations transmitting any of 29 different programme types. To search for a PTY, follow these procedures:




FUNCTION CD POWER ON / Standby Starts playback Stops playback Pauses a disc that's playing Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Inputs the numeric Not for use Not for use Skips to the start of the current track Skips to the next track Fast rewind the playing track Fast forward the playing track DVD POWER ON / Standby Starts playback Stops playback Pauses a disc that's playing Displays a DVD disc menu Move the cursor upward Move the cursor downward Move the cursor leftward Move the cursor rightward Selects the current menu option Not for use Displays the disc playback information Inputs the numeric Not for use Not for use Skips to the start of the current track or chapter Skips to the next track or chapter Fast rewind the playing chapter Fast forward the playing chapter TAPE POWER ON / Standby Starts playback Stops playback Pauses a disc that's playing Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Not for use Go to setup Menu Not for use Not for use Resets counter Not for use Skips to the start of the current track Skips to the next track Fast rewind the playing track Fast forward the playing track
The remote control unit contains 3 sets of remote control codes, and it can be used to control up to 3 receivers in one location. To control a second or third receiver, select the remote control code as explained below. The selected receiver can be operated from the remote control. When the unit is shipped from the factory, the main unit and remote control are set to RECEIVER1.

RECEIVER2 To set the remote control to RECEIVER2, hold down both the AMP button and 2 number button on the remote control for at least ve seconds. RECEIVER3 To set the remote control to RECEIVER3, hold down both the AMP button and 3 number button on the remote control for at least ve seconds.
Also set the main units remote control setting to the same setting as the remote controller. To change the main units remote control setting, hold down AMP and press the INFO buttons on the remote controller; the remote control setting (RECEIVER 1, RECEIVER 2 or RECEIVER 3) will be displayed in the display window on the main unit and the main unit setting will be changed to the same setting as that of the remote controller.

INFO 1, 2, 3

Note: To set the remote control back to RECEIVER1, hold down both the AMP button and 1 number button on the remote control for at least ve seconds.


In case of trouble, check the following before calling for service: 1. 2. 3. Are the connections made properly ? Are you operating the unit properly following the users guide ? Are the power ampliers and speaker working properly ?
If the unit does not operate properly, check items shown in the following table. If your trouble cannot be recovered with the remedy actions listed in the following table, malfunction of the internal circuitry is suspected; immediately unplug the power cable and contact your dealer, nearest Marantz authorized dealer or the Marantz Service Center in your country. SYMPTOM SR5023 cannot be turned up. No sound are output even when power is on. CAUSE The power plug is not connected. Mute is on. The input cable is not connected correctly. The master volume control is turned all the way down. The function selector position is wrong. No speaker output. The headphones are connected to the headphone jack. Input cable connected incorrectly. Antenna connection is incomplete. REMEDY Connect the power plug to the outlet. Cancel mute using the remote control unit. See the connection diagram and connect the cables correctly. Adjust the master volume. Select correct position. Disconnect the headphones. (Speakers will not output sound when headphones are connected.) Connect the cable correctly by referring to the connection diagram. Correctly connect the indoor FM and AM antennas to FM and AM antenna outlets. Try changing location where the AM indoor antenna is set up. Install an FM outdoor antenna. Disconnecting power plug for long periods of time will erase preset data. If that happens, input the preset data again. Replace all the batteries with new ones. Select different position from which equipment will be controlled. Move closer to this unit. Remove offending object. Set the main unit and remote controller to use the same remote control code.

If the F/P and T.MODE buttons on the front panel are both pressed at the same time for three seconds or more, all the buttons on the front panel, (excluding the POWER ON/OFF button), as well as the INPUT SELECTOR knob and VOLUME knob, will become locked. F-KEY LOCK! will appear in the display. Release the lock by pressing the same two keys again at the same time for three seconds or more. F-KEY UNLOCK will appear in the display, and the keys will unlock.
Incorrect Audio for selected source. FM or AM reception fails.


If the equipment malfunctions, this may be because an electrostatic discharge or AC line interference has corrupted the information in the equipment memory circuits. Therefore: disconnect the plug from the AC line supply after waiting at least three minutes, reconnect the plug to the AC line supply re-attempt to operate the equipment
Noise is heard during AM reception. Noise is heard during FM reception. Cannot get programmed station when the PRESET button is pressed.
Reception is affected by other electrical elds. The radio waves from the broadcasting station are weak. Preset data has been erased.
Control with the remote control unit fails.
Batteries are consumed. Remote controllers function-key setting is wrong. The distance between this unit and the remote commander is too far. Something is blocking unit and the remote commander. The main unit and remote controller are set to use different remote control codes.
Memory backup In case a power outage occurs or the power cord is accidentally unplugged, this unit is equipped with a backup function to prevent memory data such as the preset memory from being erased.
Should the operation or display seem to be abnormal, reset the unit with the following procedure. The SR5023 is turned on, press and hold the MUTE and S.DIRECT buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds or more. Remember that the procedure will reset the settings of the function selector, TUNER PRESET etc., to their initial settings.




Frequency Range.. 87.5 108.0 MHz Usable Sensitivity..IHF 1.8 V/16.4 dBf Signal to Noise Ratio. Mono/Stereo 75/70 dB Distortion..Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3% Stereo Separation...1 kHz 45 dB A.C.S..300 kHz 60 dB Image Rejection...98 MHz 70 dB Tuner Output Level. 1 kHz, 40 kHz Dev 500 mV


The exterior nish of your unit will last indenitely 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 nish 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.


Frequency Range.. kHz Usable Sensitivity.. Loop 400 V Signal to Noise Ratio... 50 dB Distortion.400 Hz, 30% Mod. 0.5% Selectivity..18 kHz 70 dB Rated Power. 40 Hz 20 kHz 8 ohms 80 W/Ch 40 Hz 20 kHz 6 ohms 100 W/Ch THD..40 Hz 20 kHz 8 ohms 0.08% Input Sensitivity/Impedance Linear..200 mV/47 kohms Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF A) Linear.. 95 dB

440 mm 90.5 mm 104.5 mm


328.5 mm

366.5 mm


Remote Control Unit.. 1 AAA-size batteries... 2 FM Antenna.. 1 AM Loop Antenna... 1 AC Power Cable.. 1 User Guide... 1 Specications subject to change without prior notice.


Power Requirement..AC 230 V 50/60 Hz Power Consumption... 150 W Weight.. 7.8 Kg


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 difculty, 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.

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