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ccommunityonline's Marantz Model 15 Stereophonic Solid State Amplifier System
IP Address: Last Update: February 10, 2010 at 08:31:33
Amplifier: The Marantz Model 15 Consists of two completely sepatate and electrically isolated power amplifier modules bolted together and attached to a common front panel.There are no operating controls or adjustments on Model 15. Thus the need for Marantz Model 7T Solid State Stereo Console (Preamplifier).The Model 15 has a Frequency response within 1 db, 10 to 60,000 Hz. It's maxium outpot is 70 watts per channel @ 4 ohms, but even at 60 watts @ 8 ohms it produces better than 90 db Damping factor, greater than 150 with 8 ohm load. Power requirements 105 to 135 volts 50-60 Hz, 240 watts. A smallish 15 3/8 in X 5 3/4 in 8 8 in deep, a hefty 30 pounds, 32 in carton.The frequency response of the Model 7T Console is +- 1db 20 to 20,000 ips. With a dynamic Range (Phono input) Approx. 100 db above luv equivalent noise input. These items were purchased by my dad in 1966 with the Model 15 costing about 430.00 and 7T 325.00, and that equates to more than 4,700.00 today
Preamplifier (or None if Integrated): ESS Tower 2 speakers, I don't have any source except my own memory. These ESS Tower's stand about 4 feet high and are approx.24 inch swuares. They have a unique tweeter system, and. Sonud chambers running nearly their full heith. They were purchased in the Mid-70's at a cost of about 800.00
Speakers: Marantz Sales Catalog, Instruction Manual and specification sheets. They also come with extra fuses, and a three year golden warranty. If interested, I also have all the specifications on the Marantz 10B Tuner, that I stupidly chucked when it stopped working in the late 80's.
CD Player/DAC: Ihav a cheap @pPhilips DVD 621
Turntable/Phono Stage: Technics Model SL-1100 Direct Drive Player System. The platter measures 13 and 25/32 inches in diameter. Motor 20-15 poles ultra low-speed electronically commutated brushless DC Motor AC 120 volt 60 Hz. With a power consumption of just 4 watts. This player features electronic speed and variable pitch controls. Rumbles at better than -65 db (DIN A) and -70 db (DIN B). The dimensions are approx. 20 in X 15 X 8 and is just under 28 pounds.
Other Accessories/Room/Misc.:
Speaker Cables/Interconnects: None, unless you count my toshiba L-505 Laptop Computer
Other (Power Conditioner, Racks etc.): One, a fan mounted in the back of the cabinent to cool the amplifier.
Room Size (LxWxH): 16 x 21 x 8
Room Comments/Treatments: None, but that's only because I love to hear my neibors screem when I crank-Up my favorite Sir Eric Clapton Album (24 Nights, recored live at Royal Albert Hall, 1991 if I'm not mistaken
Music Preferences and Comments:
Music Used (Genre/Selections): Rock and Blues mostly.
System Goals/Comments: Convert all my VHS tape to ditigal and get a 40 Inch plus 1080 P TV to enjoy watching my old live concerts on.
System Strengths: The exceptional high quality and low to no distortion, that's especally true when you decide to Rock the hood.
System Weaknesses: No integraded video, or quality large screen TV.
Video/HT System: None
Sources (DVD/VCR): VCR is Fisher HQ FVH-960.
URL Link: http://www.The CobbCommunity.com
Other Interests/Hobbies/Occupation: Golf, and watching my San Francisco Giants.

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