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Marantz *300 series

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Scalabis, Sep 22, 2002.

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  1. Scalabis

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    Hi,

    Anyone knows anything about the Marantz *300 series?
     
  2. duncanvdlinden

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    yes you can find some information on this page:

    http://www.avland.co.uk

    the sr4300 are better then the 4200.
    4200, 5x70w
    5200, 6x80w
     
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    The star of the range has to be the 7300. Apart from all the normal specs you would expect on any reciever under £1000, the thing has an RS-232 port for future upgrades, and it only costs £650!
    It's definately on my christmas wish list.
     
  4. duncanvdlinden

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    what's the pice costs the sr4300 and the sr5300?
    can you buy it already in the uk?
    in Holland i can't buy it :(
     
  5. Scalabis

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    Why can't i see anything about the *300 series on the brand official site?
     
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    I think there is an industry standard that you only publish to the web after launch and when just about every retailer has it on their site first, oh and you only have online manuals when the model is older than 5 years!!!
     

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