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Discussion in 'Marantz Audio' started by AJXD, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. jstang

    jstang Honey,I can't hear you... Subscriber

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    Have to work on my esthetics :smoke:..... Then again my ears can't see.... and my eyes can't hear.... :)

    I am smoke free, not clutter free... Clean up next on the to do list....:whip:

    Over 500lbs of stuff.... good thing it's in the basement, otherwise floor loading might be an issue... :D

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  2. JamVal

    JamVal Super Member

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    Christmas gift from my son; Marantz PM350 & ST310
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  3. jstang

    jstang Honey,I can't hear you... Subscriber

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    Santa Son....
     
  4. schoocom

    schoocom New Member

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    Hi guys,
    I own since years a 6300 and I recently picked its little sister up, the 6100. A perfect working condition unit, that didn't suffer too much of the years going on.

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    I like this one as much as the 6300.
     
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  5. onemug

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    Curious...Do you have any concern about the bottom 9's heat on the upper 9 with that shelf not blocking any of the heat?
     
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  6. Chrisxo55441

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    yes they do get hot the first thing i thought when i plugged them in the first time is i wont need to turn the heat on in the basement with them running, they are like space heaters
     
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  7. jstang

    jstang Honey,I can't hear you... Subscriber

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    Yes , not staying like that for long.... Have not played them very long like that.....

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  8. jstang

    jstang Honey,I can't hear you... Subscriber

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    Shamed me into action.... And extreme action per usual on my part....

    Put a heat shield between them .... OF COPPER.... Hehehehehe..... Figured get some electrical shielding too.... Some... Copper is not great for magnetic shielding, but it does provides a ground plane....

    Use this to create a ground plane for under my DAC and Preamp as well.

    Do I hear a difference? OF COURSE I DO.... :p:king::crazy: And helps keep the aliens from invading my Model 9s.....


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  9. onemug

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    Well...A Space Odyssey had it's Monolith and we have our Monoblocks, seems like aliens are everywhere. Must...keep...9s...safe.

    Nice job. :thumbsup:
     
  10. Ziggy2833

    Ziggy2833 New Member

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    Some pics of my 4430 and 4240. Getting ready recap the power supply board. Should be fun. Overall both systems are clean and still sound good.
     

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  11. Ryan wanta

    Ryan wanta New Member

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    New to the forum, and new to vintage audio.

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  12. webfinity

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    I just picked up a Marantz 2252B with a WC-122. It works very good. Just need to do some cleaning of the faceplate and polishing up of the wood. It's my first vintage receiver.
     
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  13. Denten

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  15. OutlawSun

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    Took some time but finally got my 2230 running right. Also got it swapped over to LEDs and replaced the yellowed diffuser paper.

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