Marantz 2330 Receivers

5/5 (1 Reviews) MSRP : $790.00


Product Description

Late 70's 2 channel receiver 130 WPC Rms 49.5 lbs


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by RocknRum a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: June 5, 2010

Bottom Line:   
Well I bought this for 450 cdn almost 3 years ago and was very impressed with the sound quality. The controls are nicer than my 2250B. Better control and smoother. It's very powerful and is one receiver worth keeping.
I can't think of much bad to say about it. The sound quality is outstanding and very musical. It's not too warm sounding like some Marantzs but it is definetly not harsh. Basically a perfect sound in my opinion. Out of 18 receivers and amps I own, this is my favorite whose sound is only bested by my Fisher 500-C. But it has way more power than the Fisher and sounds almost as good. Now on the downside, it runs hot and I think this has been the cause of component failure which I have experienced. I think I'll run it with a fan from now on if I use it for extended periods or at high volume. All I can say, if it breaks - fix it. It is worth it for sure. It must be a keeper if I went out and bought a wood case for it.

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   Pre 1995




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Marantz 2330

Today was my lucky day and I grabbed Marantz 2330, OMG it is heavy and bigger than the 2230 and 2250B that I have! Of course minty and perfectly working ( one light is out ). 130wpc that rocks! i can't even go a quoter on the volume without the tone controls and loudness on! It is late now so the pi ... Read More »

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