Marantz introduces integrated amp and CD player

Marantz has announced a new PM6007 Integrated Amplifier ($599) and CD6007 CD Player ($449), both considered “entry-level” products and which boast performance-based features including the company’s current feedback amplification topology and “reference-quality” AK4490 DACs.

The PM6007 features a toroidal power transformer and delivers 45 watts per channel (8ohm, 20Hz-20kHz). The onboard current feedback amplifier tech with HDAM-SA3 circuitry provides wide bandwidth and dynamic range, according to Marantz. The integrated amp includes five analog inputs, one coaxial input and two optical digital inputs, as well as a moving magnet phono preamp and subwoofer output. As well as high-quality speaker terminals with A/B switching capability, the internal DAC is fully shielded, and copper assembly screws and rigid feet ensure durability.

The CD6007 CD Player carries an oversized, low-noise power supply with high-speed, high-current ‘Shottky Barrier’ diodes and 120 percent larger capacitors from previous models for better stability and reduced AC noise “even during the most demanding listening sessions.” The player also features a new “reference-quality” AK4490 DAC offering two selectable filter options. As well as 192-kHz/24-bit and DSD 5.6MHz resolution, hi-res files can be played from a USB drive, and CD-R/RW discs are supported along with all common music file types. Rigid feet and a double-layered bottom panel eliminate vibration from entering the internal mechanism of the player.

The Marantz PM6007 and CD6007 are available now in black or silver-gold. The link we were provided appears to be inactive, so we suggest keeping updated from the Marantz US home page.

Martin, a seasoned journalist and AV expert, has written for several notable print magazines. He’s served in key roles at Lucasfilm’s THX Division, NEC’s digital cinema division, and has even consulted for DreamWorks. Despite his illustrious career, Martin remains rooted in his passion for cinema and acting, with notable appearances in several Spielberg films, Doctor Who, and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. He currently resides in San Francisco.

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