Marantz 6005 combo launched

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The first review is out and as we expected, its a belter!! The latest 6005 models from Marantz have big boots to fill as the outgoing CD6004 and PM6004 were both 5 star award winners, but Marantz aren't silly, they know what they are doing and have already got a 5 star review on the CD6005. Click here for details: http://www.whathifi.com/review/marantz-cd6005

Yet again the PM6005 and CD6005 look like the products to beat. With the added Digital imputs to the PM6005 Amplifier you could already be looking at product of the year!! 

Call 0208 930 9933 to arrange a demo. 

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