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Old 11-05-2013, 10:34 PM   #21
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Nice....Congratulations!!
I'm a Marantz collector and own some vintage gear from the late 1970s
I have a couple of vintage Marantz sets myself .

They're in my gallery
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:35 PM   #22
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http://youtu.be/GNiT9p1oEek

shot this when I received my OEM Sansui stylus...
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Old 11-07-2013, 11:54 AM   #23
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Nice Vid. I like it a lot. If you picked up the whole kit for $70 I'd say you did real good. Real good.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:10 PM   #24
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I have a couple of vintage Marantz sets myself .

They're in my gallery
Nice stuff! I had a couple quad receivers way back when that was popular.Too bad they're long gone. The only piece I have left is this 2600 that I bought in 78,79? It was stored in a back room for 20 years or so until last March when I dragged it out and spent 2 or 3 weeks cleaning it up. Deoxit really works wonders! I also had to re-foam my JBL L65s' which were also sitting around with the Marantz. Finally got everything working and it sounds pretty nice. Brings back some nice memories...
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:36 AM   #25
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I have a couple of vintage Marantz sets myself .

They're in my gallery


2600?
Oh my god...that's one badass!!!
Very expensive on ebay....go easy with toroidal transformer .....and enjoy it!

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Nice stuff! I had a couple quad receivers way back when that was popular.Too bad they're long gone. The only piece I have left is this 2600 that I bought in 78,79? It was stored in a back room for 20 years or so until last March when I dragged it out and spent 2 or 3 weeks cleaning it up. Deoxit really works wonders! I also had to re-foam my JBL L65s' which were also sitting around with the Marantz. Finally got everything working and it sounds pretty nice. Brings back some nice memories...
Very nice gear. Glad to hear you got them back in service.
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alright some pics of my very modest 2 chnl. set up loooooove the way it makes my lp's sound.
Love it!!!!! Love vintage - that's good stuff right there!!!!
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Nice stuff! I had a couple quad receivers way back when that was popular.Too bad they're long gone. The only piece I have left is this 2600 that I bought in 78,79? It was stored in a back room for 20 years or so until last March when I dragged it out and spent 2 or 3 weeks cleaning it up. Deoxit really works wonders! I also had to re-foam my JBL L65s' which were also sitting around with the Marantz. Finally got everything working and it sounds pretty nice. Brings back some nice memories...
this puts my Sansui amp to shame...
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As of now Im using everything but the EQ. Am I missing out? can someone let me know how to hook it up properly to my Amp please!?
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As of now Im using everything but the EQ. Am I missing out? can someone let me know how to hook it up properly to my Amp please!?
There are two ways. If you have Pre-Out & Main-In or to one of your Tape Record & Play Back.

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this puts my Sansui amp to shame...
Nothing shameful about your set up! Looks nice and I'll bet it sounds sweet.
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I really need to put my Pioneer SA-9500II integrated, SG-9800 equalizer and Revolver Rebel TT together so I can do some needledrops. I even have a perfect little Target stand for it that would fit nicely next to my PC desk. Not sure where to use my Pioneer SX-727 receiver though. I guess it'll remain in storage with my Kenwood KT-8007 Tuner and another Revolver Red TT.
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I really need to put my Pioneer SA-9500II integrated, SG-9800 equalizer and Revolver Rebel TT together so I can do some needledrops. I even have a perfect little Target stand for it that would fit nicely next to my PC desk. Not sure where to use my Pioneer SX-727 receiver though. I guess it'll remain in storage with my Kenwood KT-8007 Tuner and another Revolver Red TT.
I always hoped you'd get your old rig
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Looking forward to your progress
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:33 PM   #34
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I always hoped you'd get your old rig
[Show spoiler]figuratively speaking
back up and running

Looking forward to your progress
Here's a quick pic. It's not connected yet, but it will be soon enough!

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Here's a quick pic. It's not connected yet, but it will be soon enough!

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As always ..................

Looking good kid
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Here's a quick pic. It's not connected yet, but it will be soon enough!

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John, you really need to scrounge around and turn up an RT-707 to go with that rig.
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John, you really need to scrounge around and turn up an RT-707 to go with that rig.
That would be bananas ..................................
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John, you really need to scrounge around and turn up an RT-707 to go with that rig.
Or an RT-909.
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I am still looking for a Technics SE-A3MK2 power amplifier.
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I am still looking for a Technics SE-A3MK2 power amplifier.
How've you been stranger ?
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