Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) June 20, 2014
The mission of Marantz®, a world leader in advanced home entertainment solutions, is to convey the true emotions of musicians by reproducing their music as faithfully as possible, just as they originally played it. To continue that tradition, the company just updated their stereo collection with budget Hi-Fi separates for the price-conscious music lover. The PM5005 ($499) and CD5005 ($399) are expected to be available in July at selected Marantz dealers and online.
The new PM5005 entry-level integrated amplifier breaks all the rules. That’s because it’s the first in its class to offer current feedback architecture – a feature that normally is reserved for the more expensive models. This technology provides very fast and accurate signal handling. This results in perfectly balanced stereo sound reproduction as well as a very open and precise sound stage. It’s also been recently enhanced with performance–optimizing discrete audio circuitry and fine-tuning components. In addition, this year’s model looks a little more stylish than its PM5004 predecessor, thanks to new elegant knob design. On top of that, it comes with a new remote and a new low-power stand-by and auto stand-by mode. But back to being an amp: the PM5005 offers 55W per channel into 4 ohm, and includes a metal chassis and a front metal panel to ensure a very rigid and solid base. It also has a Phono MM equalizer, as well as a Source Direct functionality to ensure shortest signal paths. Without doubt, the PM5005 has raised the performance bar in the so-called entry level area.
The new CD5005 CD player incorporates everything its predecessor, the CD5004, offered including the Marantz-own HDAM-SA2. But this year it features an upgraded DAC CS4398 and new CD mechanism – both taken from the CD6005. As can be expected, it plays CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs as well as MP3 and WMA files. It includes customized components for sound tuning and an extra-reliable CD transport mechanism. The Audio EX(clusive) mode further enhances sound quality by switching off functions such as digital output and pitch control when not in use. The random play function gives users another option to explore music in a new way. Also new for this year is an upgraded remote controller as well as low power stand-by and auto stand-by modes. In addition, high-grade gold-plated analogue outputs guarantee best connectivity, while a well-defined headphone output, and an easy to read display rounds off this excellent player.
PM5005 Integrated Amplifier main features:
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Marantz is a part of D+M Group. The company can trace its roots back to the dawn of the first mono LP, when Saul Bernard Marantz, a native of New York, was unhappy with the equipment available to play his cherished record collection on. So he had to build his own! Saul officially founded the Marantz Company in 1953. Then, as now, the company’s cornerstones were quality and innovation. For over half a century, Marantz has been developing unique technologies and bringing landmark hi-fi and home entertainment products to market through its tireless and extensive R&D programs. Such commitment to audio and video excellence ensures each Marantz design delivers class-leading performance. Additional information is available at http://www.us.marantz.com.
About D+M Group
D+M Group is a global company dedicated to enhancing life through inspired sound solutions delivered anytime, anywhere. With a strong belief that “Performance is everything,” D+M is focused on innovation to meet the needs of customers in an increasingly digital world. Serving the consumer, professional and automotive markets, D+M Group brands include Boston Acoustics®, Denon®, and Marantz®. D+M Group has approximately 1,500 employees worldwide, with products and services marketed in more than 45 countries. D+M Group is a Bain Capital portfolio company.
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