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EBay Auction #130956158
Date: July 13th, 1999

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Image Attribution: Scott Redman
Date: January 2nd, 2001

DescriptionUnusual over/under meter configuration
Retail Price339.95, June 20th 1975 Marantz Dealer Price List
Designed inUSA
Manufactured InJapan
First Year1976
Last Year1978
Wood CaseWC-1
Blue FaceYes
AC SwitchYes
FusingBuss, rear deck, 1 ampere
Unswitched AC OutletsOne, 200 watts maximum
Power Consumption25 watts

Panel Width15 3/8 inches
Panel Height5 3/4 inches
Depth11 7/8 inches
Weight17.2 lbs, 23.8 lbs packed for shipment

FM Tuner
Gyro TuningYes
RF Sensitivity1.9 uV
300 Ohm Binding PostsYes
75 Ohm Binding PostsYes
THD, Mono0.15%
THD, Stereo0.30%
Signal to Noise Ratio, Mono 70 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio, Stereo 60 dB
Frequency Response+/- 1 dB
Capture Ratio1.25 dB
IF Image Rejection100 dB
Alternate Channel Selectivity (wide or normal)080 dB
Stereo Separation at 1 kHz42 dB
Mono SwitchYes
Signal Strength MeterYes
Center Tuning MeterYes
Multiplex Filter (Hi-Blend)Yes
Stereo LampYes
Dolby LampYes
Muting LampYes
Hi-Blend LampYes
FM Mode LampYes
Muting SwitchYes
Muting Adjustmentoff, low, med, high
Output Level AdjustmentYes
25 uS Deemphasis Switch (Dolby Associated)Yes
Dolby Fm Decoding OptionYes
Quadradial Output (FM Discriminator output, unequalized)Yes
Illuminated Dial PointerYes

AM Tuner
AM Mode LampYes
RF Sensitivity20 uV
Alternate Channel Selectivity45 dB
Image Rejection65 dB
Frequency Response50 Hz to 2.5 KHz @ 3 dB down
Signal to Noise Ratio50 dB
Signal Strength MeteringYes
External Ferrite AntennaYes
Antenna binding PostsYes

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