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FS: Marantz 2270 in walnut case

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This Marantz 2270 receiver is mounted in a very good walnut case. It is heavy, robust in design and has been thoroughly serviced with proprietary solvents and methods. It works flawlessly- the lamps, the meters, and all inputs.

Specs:

70 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 7Hz to 50kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.3%

Damping factor: 45

Input sensitivity: 1.8mV (MM), 180mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 80dB (line)

Channel separation: 35dB (line)

Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω

Dimensions: 17-21/64 x 5-25/64 x 14 inches Weight: 38.5lbs 

References will be provided.

 

$888

Plus Fedex at cost from 33777 and 3% for PayPal.
It is from a smoke free and pet free environment and used by a mature enthusiast.
Thanks and happy listening!

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I love my 2270 but it's not as purdy' as yours. The laid back top end makes it a perfect SS choice for most Klipsch speakers IMHO. GLWS

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Stock photos? What defines "serviced" to you?

Thanks for the compliment pertaining to "stock photos". The photos are mine. I have a "studio" with tweaked lighting, white vinyl covered subject turntable and table, tripod, Canon 7D etc.

Serviced by me is thorough potentiometer deoxit treatment and lubrication, inspection, lamp replacement, meter testing, input and output testing, dial pointer accuracy and polishing of all exterior  materials.

Thanks.

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Thats a terrific stereo...

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Stock photos? What defines "serviced" to you?

Thanks for the compliment pertaining to "stock photos". The photos are mine. I have a "studio" with tweaked lighting, white vinyl covered subject turntable and table, tripod, Canon 7D etc.

Serviced by me is thorough potentiometer deoxit treatment and lubrication, inspection, lamp replacement, meter testing, input and output testing, dial pointer accuracy and polishing of all exterior  materials.

Thanks.

 

So are you terrificstereo.com ? 

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