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Hey guys, I have just inherited a vintage Marantz audio system, fittingly so because I just happened to have bought my first 2 vinyls yesterday

Story is, I decided on a whim to ask if mum would let me have it expecting her to say no, despite the fact it hasn't been used to 10 years (mostly due to missing cables and general laziness). Anyway to my utter suprise she said I could have it smile.gif

so here it is:
(turntable not pictured as it was behind a bunch of stuff in a cupboard)


Hidden: TT-2000 Turntable
Top: Stereo Tuner ST300
Middle: Stereo Amp: Marantz PM 550 DC
Bottom: Compudeck SD9020 (tape deck, utterly useless nowadays but keeping it for completeness sake)
It's a 1980 Marantz system cost 1.9k back then

close ups (sorry for the bad lighting):
reciever:


Amp:


Compudeck


Also, Just from a random page this is the TT:



it is in absolute mint condition, it even had all the manuals and receipts in mint condition too haha
my mum gave away the speakers to 2 guys only a day ago who were stoked, thinking back we should have asked for at least $100 but I guess we made two guys really happy

I kinda want to learn a bit more about this system and how to set it up, what speakers to pair it with and how to take care of it, never had anything like this before, I really know nothing about it except that Marantz is good and it's old (I might add for something out of 1980 I'm astounded it hardly looks out of place in 2014, except that tapedeck)

I might add that I will pretty much only be listening to metal music on a vinyl input and from my PC which I want to put through the amp, I want to get "fast" speakers that can keep up with the really fast bass drumming in metal
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That is a nice set up. This was back in the day when Marantz was a genuine workhorse. Today, the name is on products, but the quality isn't there anymore. (Much like 98% of hi-fi today.)

The PM550DC puts out 65 watts per channel. So in 1970's terms, this thing will drive massive power from your source and sound like it outputs more power.

I know for certain that SD-9020 is a TOTL cassette deck. Here is some info on this: http://www.thevintageknob.org/marantz-SD-9020.html I would at least give the tape deck a quick run. Just to make sure it works correctly. That way, if you decide to sell it later on anyway, you can get good money for it. People are still clamoring for tape decks on eBay. Especially TOTL ones. If you ever DO decide to give making a recording a go, there's a website that still produces and sells fresh cassette tape: National Audio Company. Their quality and service is amazing.

If I am correct, that turntable is a direct drive, so no belts to worry about. Just make sure the needle is in tact and functioning. Just in case, I would work on getting a replacement cartridge and needle.

Have fun with your "new" system. thumb.gif
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And what speakers are you going to use?
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Originally Posted by Stickeelion View Post

Hey guys, I have just inherited a vintage Marantz audio system, fittingly so because I just happened to have bought my first 2 vinyls yesterday

Story is, I decided on a whim to ask if mum would let me have it expecting her to say no, despite the fact it hasn't been used to 10 years (mostly due to missing cables and general laziness). Anyway to my utter suprise she said I could have it smile.gif

so here it is:
(turntable not pictured as it was behind a bunch of stuff in a cupboard) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Hidden: TT-2000 Turntable
Top: Stereo Tuner ST300
Middle: Stereo Amp: Marantz PM 550 DC
Bottom: Compudeck SD9020 (tape deck, utterly useless nowadays but keeping it for completeness sake)
It's a 1980 Marantz system cost 1.9k back then
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
close ups (sorry for the bad lighting):
reciever:


Amp:


Compudeck


Also, Just from a random page this is the TT:


it is in absolute mint condition, it even had all the manuals and receipts in mint condition too haha
my mum gave away the speakers to 2 guys only a day ago who were stoked, thinking back we should have asked for at least $100 but I guess we made two guys really happy

I kinda want to learn a bit more about this system and how to set it up, what speakers to pair it with and how to take care of it, never had anything like this before, I really know nothing about it except that Marantz is good and it's old (I might add for something out of 1980 I'm astounded it hardly looks out of place in 2014, except that tapedeck)

I might add that I will pretty much only be listening to metal music on a vinyl input and from my PC which I want to put through the amp, I want to get "fast" speakers that can keep up with the really fast bass drumming in metal

I'm not sure how Marantz from the 80's sounds, but the golden age for hi-fi was the 70's. Too bad it isn't a high quality Marantz receiver from the 70's.

seems like people think it sounds good...

http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209408
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That is a nice set up. This was back in the day when Marantz was a genuine workhorse. Today, the name is on products, but the quality isn't there anymore. (Much like 98% of hi-fi today.)

The PM550DC puts out 65 watts per channel. So in 1970's terms, this thing will drive massive power from your source and sound like it outputs more power.

I know for certain that SD-9020 is a TOTL cassette deck. Here is some info on this: http://www.thevintageknob.org/marantz-SD-9020.html I would at least give the tape deck a quick run. Just to make sure it works correctly. That way, if you decide to sell it later on anyway, you can get good money for it. People are still clamoring for tape decks on eBay. Especially TOTL ones. If you ever DO decide to give making a recording a go, there's a website that still produces and sells fresh cassette tape: National Audio Company. Their quality and service is amazing.

If I am correct, that turntable is a direct drive, so no belts to worry about. Just make sure the needle is in tact and functioning. Just in case, I would work on getting a replacement cartridge and needle.

Have fun with your "new" system. thumb.gif

so how does the PM550DC's 65 watts per channel in 1970's terms compare today?

Yeah I was going to get a new cartridge and needle, I have also been told I should inspect the capacitors and check for DC offset as it has not been used for 10 years.
Also could you clarify what TOTL is?

I have looked into it a bit and I'm considering getting some more Marantz vintage components is there anything that you would suggest looking at? Someone said 70's era stuff yes?
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And what speakers are you going to use?

I have absolutely no idea, maybe you could tell me, you're talking to someone who's only used your average logitech systems
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I have absolutely no idea, maybe you could tell me, you're talking to someone who's only used your average logitech systems

I could recomend you the Bowers & Wilkins Series 600, these are the only ones that I've listened in person, and sound terrific thumb.gif , also depends how much you want spend in the speakers, one cheapest option are making them yourself.

And a fact is that the quality of the speakers is as much important as the equipment, if not even more.

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stereo watts from the 70s are the same as stereo watts from the now....(for gear designed for importation / sale in the USA) the main difference is with AVR (multichannel receivers / amps) in the 70s the FCC clamped down inflated power output claims and so there (still) are rather strict regulations on what you can claim for power output ...but these rules don't apply to AVR's 5.1 / 7.1 ..etc home theater receivers so you will see a lot of bs as far as what is claimed for power output on these units... like show output power w/ 10%THD or something stupid like that.



if you haven't join audiokarma they can tell you as much as you'd want to know about that gear and can probably help you with the speaker pairing (i don't know cause i sadly have any experience with marantz gear (yet)).


but quick search is 80s marantz gear but happily decent by 80s marantz standards (they got bought and things went down hill quickly in the 80s...but this stuff appears to be pretty good... just no super high dollar stuff (if selling 70s marantz gear == $$$$ on the ebay) .
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speaker wise there is a lot of ways to go partly depends on what is available in your market

I'm in the USA so what we have may be quit different than what you have ?? I'd looks for used (working / nice) 70s speakers or some 80s even... personally I am a big fan of the West Coast Sound (i have a number of JBL speakers) and also British sound I am as I type this listening to some Monitor Audio Silver S1 bookshelf speakers that are from the UK.
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I will definitely join audiokarma and get an opinion from them. Also in terms of speakers atarione we have the same things that you have except everything is x1.5-x2 the price. Also i would really really love to get my hands on some 70's equipment now biggrin.gif

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I have absolutely no idea, maybe you could tell me, you're talking to someone who's only used your average logitech systems

I could recomend you the Bowers & Wilkins Series 600, these are the only ones that I've listened in person, and sound terrific thumb.gif , also depends how much you want spend in the speakers, one cheapest option are making them yourself.

And a fact is that the quality of the speakers is as much important as the equipment, if not even more.

My speakers (Click to show)


nice EddWar, what speakers are they that you have?
I would be happy to save up for a while and spend $1000+ on speakers. How would you hook up a 2.1 system to a 2 channel amp?

also for me it is most important that the speakers have good clarity and can keep up and still sound clear with the really fast drumming in metal music instead of just turning it into a low rumble, most speakers I have heard can't seem to keep up and do the rumbling thing.
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I will definitely join audiokarma and get an opinion from them. Also in terms of speakers atarione we have the same things that you have except everything is x1.5-x2 the price. Also i would really really love to get my hands on some 70's equipment now biggrin.gif

nice EddWar, what speakers are they that you have?
I would be happy to save up for a while and spend $1000+ on speakers. How would you hook up a 2.1 system to a 2 channel amp?

also for me it is most important that the speakers have good clarity and can keep up and still sound clear with the really fast drumming in metal music instead of just turning it into a low rumble, most speakers I have heard can't seem to keep up and do the rumbling thing.

My speakers are DIY, I don't remmember the brand of the middle/bass speakers or the tweeters. I think the tweeters brand are related with "Kraus" or something, I have to open them for know it.

And yes, is possible make a 2.1 system from a 2 channel amp, but you will need to get a subwofer with the option of connect speakers to it, and recive audio from the amp, the sub going to make the cut of the middle and high frequencies from the low frequencies.

This a photo from the manual of my subwoofer, for put an example.

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