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Marantz Model 2015


Model 2015 has two versions, 4-button and 5-button. Each has two variants. Earliest is 4-button with only Tape inputs for second deck (single set of Tape Monitor in and out jacks). Later 4-button has two sets of Tape Monitor in and out jacks (at center of rear panel, stacked one upon another). Later selector switch lists Tape 2. Next version, 5-button, earlier variant has Hi Filter function added. Later variant adds Dolby FM, replacing Hi Filter control with Dolby FM-25uS switch. Instructions/Owner's Manual listed is for earlier 5-button version. Service Manual listed is for earlier 4-button version. These pictures show both variants of 4-button version. I just uploaded 4-button version 2 schematic, dated May 20, 1973.




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From MarantzMarantz, a world leader in advanced audio technologies, announces three new Network A/V Receivers, signaling the beginning to their long-awaited 2015 home theater line-up. The NR1606 and NR1506 Slim Design Network A/V Receivers are exclusively built for design and space-conscious home theater enthusiasts that do not want to compromise on performance. At the same time, the new SR5010 delivers superior sound from a full-size chassis, and comes with even more features for more advanced users. All come with the latest in audio and video technology, paired with wireless connectivity, total ease-of-use and energy-conscious performance. And share the renowned Marantz sound, Because Music Matters.


NR1606 ($699.00) Sharing the same beautiful design, the step-up model NR1606 comes with even more features for advanced users. The NR1606 is equipped with Dolby Atmos decoding and Dolby Surround upmixing to deliver captivating multi-dimensional sound through height speakers or Dolby Atmos enabled upfiring speakers. It will also support the new object-based surround format from DTS, DTS:X, via a firmware update later this year (visit www.marantz.com/dtsx for more information).


SR5010: Ultimate power, big entertainment ($899.00) Being the first model in the standard 2015 Marantz full-size line-up, the SR5010 7.2ch Network A/V Receiver packs an unbelievable 100W of power per channel, filling even large home theaters with Marantz sound. It comes with the same features as its counterparts, but is another step up on the audio side in particular. It is not just about more power, it is made up of very high-grade audio components that have been carefully selected. The whole internal circuit further enhances audio quality by delicately handling all signals via the Marantz-own HDAMs in Current Feedback topology before they reach the speakers. Marantz HDAM (Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module) technology found on the company's Reference Series components provides superior low noise wideband performance in an all-discrete configuration, compared to conventional op amp ICs. HDAM technology provides an ultra-fast slew rate for true wideband response and maximum dynamic range to deliver optimum sound quality with today's high-resolution audio formats.


This is the second model of the new compact receiver (smaller case). This unit was built until 1975, with minor modifications. There were versions with four push buttons and versions with five push buttons (fifth button is an additional filter). The early mounting screws of the front panels were round (Phillips). Later models used hexagon bolts . The output power of the 2015 was 2 x 15 watts continuous power or 2 x 22.5 watts of music power, according to RMS (20-20,000 Hz) or IHF, indicated at 8 Ω. At load with 16 Ω still 2 x 10 watts RMS continuous power.


Das zweite Modell der neuen Kompakt - Receiver (kleineres Gehäuse). Dieses Gerät wurde, mit kleinen Änderungen, bis 1975 gebaut. Es gab Ausführungen mit 4 Druckknöpfen (4 button) und Ausführungen mit 5 Druckknöpfen (5 button - zusätzlicher Höhenfilter). Die frühen Befestigungsschrauben der Frontblenden waren rund (Kreuzschlitz) später wurden Sechskantschrauben eingesetzt.. Die Ausgangsleistung des 2015 wurde vom Hersteller, mit 2 x 15 Watt Dauerleistung bzw 2 x 22,5 Watt Musikleistung, nach RMS (20-20.000 Hz) bzw IHF, an 8 Ω angegeben. Bei Belastung mit 16 Ω noch 2 x 10 Watt RMS Dauerleistung.


Marantz 2015 - Details Here's proof that Marantz can make a comparably priced receiver without compromising traditional Marantz styling and quality. The Marantz 2015 is a full 30 Watts continuous power into 8 ohm speakers, from 40Hz to 20kHz, with total harmonic and intermodulation less than 0.9%. The Marantz 2015, also known as the "Baby Marantz", combines all Marantz high-performance features into a smaller body, sized to fit any shelf or table. Complete with tape, phono, and auxilary inputs as well as quick-connect output terminals for main and remote speakers. This precision-constructed unit also offers Gyro-Touch tuning for accurate reception; plus FM muting pushswitch, which eliminates inter-station noise when tuning. With built-in ferrite AM antenna and advanced solid-state circuitry throughout, the Marantz 2015 is the finest stereo receiver in this price range.


These are the specifications for the Marantz 2015 receiver. Click here to return to the Marantz index, here to return to brands beginning with 'M', or here to return to the master index.


All seven-channel and above amplifiers support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X (with an upgrade), while some top-end models will also support Auro 3D. HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0a are on board ensuring the AV amps are ready for 4K Ultra HD video.


I spent the first five years of my Crutchfield career as an Advisor in our Spanish/International department helping customers from all over the world (I'm also fluent in Spanish). And I've been happily writing about cameras and awesome audio gear since joining the Crutchfield writing team in 2015.


"I have heard dozens of Marantz offerings from the 2230, 2240, 2270, 2385, quads, component amps....the musical sweetness of the flea amps, the 2015 in particular, trump the whole lot! If you have some sweet mid to small speakers this is a truly astounding amp. Bigger is not always better.


I hooked up my old Marantz 2015 just to give it a listen. My son has had it for several years. Hooked to 20's it sounds as good as I remember. I recently picked up a Sansui G3500 from an old fellow. Been is his closet 20 some years. I thought this is a good time to compare em'. The Sansui certainly has a different sound and I really like it. It's smooth as silk and very robust for 30 or so watts per channel, although the Marantz 20w or so is too. The Sansui sounds so much different than my Marantz/Pioneer/Onkyo from the same era. The separation ,layers on bass, depth of drums...I'm gonna have to move up the line. It was a big surprise, just bought it cause it was mint and cheap.


EconPapers FAQ Archive maintainers FAQ Cookies at EconPapers Format for printing The RePEc blog The RePEc plagiarism page Can state law combat exclusionary zoning? Evidence from MassachusettsLynn Fisher (Obfuscate( 'aei.org', 'lynn.fisher' )) and Nicholas J MarantzAdditional contact information Nicholas J Marantz: University of California, Irvine, USAUrban Studies, 2015, vol. 52, issue 6, 1071-1089Abstract:This paper empirically analyses a Massachusetts law (Chapter 40B) allowing developers of income-restricted housing to appeal local land-use decisions to a state administrative body. Based on a unique dataset, we assess whether Chapter 40B was more likely to be used by developers in municipalities that place stronger restrictions on development. We find that the use of Chapter 40B to overcome regulatory barriers depends on the type of project. For rental development, developers were more likely to use the law in municipalities that were relatively accessible to jobs and that placed relatively stringent zoning restrictions on multifamily development. The use of Chapter 40B for condominium development was more likely in larger, less well-located municipalities with relatively stringent wetlands regulations.Keywords: affordable housing; empirical analysis; exclusionary zoning; land use; regulation (search for similar items in EconPapers)Date: 2015References: View references in EconPapers View complete reference list from CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (2) Track citations by RSS feedDownloads: (external link) (text/html)Related works:This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: Search for items with the same title.Export reference: BibTeX RIS (EndNote, ProCite, RefMan) HTML/TextPersistent link: :sae:urbstu:v:52:y:2015:i:6:p:1071-1089DOI: 10.1177/0042098014534906Access Statistics for this articleMore articles in Urban Studies from Urban Studies Journal LimitedBibliographic data for series maintained by SAGE Publications (Obfuscate( 'sagepub.com', 'sagediscovery' )). var addthis_config = "data_track_clickback":true; var addthis_share = url:" :sae:urbstu:v:52:y:2015:i:6:p:1071-1089"Share This site is part of RePEc and all the data displayed here is part of the RePEc data set. Is your work missing from RePEc? Here is how to contribute. Questions or problems? Check the EconPapers FAQ or send mail to Obfuscate( 'oru.se', 'econpapers' ). EconPapers is hosted by the Örebro University School of Business.


This paper describes a computational implementation of the recent Problems of Projection (POP) approach to the study of language (Chomsky 2013; 2015). While adopting the basic proposals of POP, notably with respect to how labeling occurs, we a) attempt to formalize the basic proposals of POP, and b) develop new proposals that overcome some problems with POP that arise with respect to cyclicity, labeling, and wh-movement operations. We show how this approach accounts for simple declarative sentences, ECM constructions, and constructions that involve long-distance movement of a wh-phrase (including the that-trace effect). We implemented these proposals with a computer model that automatically constructs step-by-step derivations of target sentences, thus making it possible to verify that these proposals work.


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