Marantz 2270 Review

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Marantz is a company that has been around for ages, and they know a thing or two about making great audio equipment.

The Marantz 2270 receiver is a perfect example of this. This receiver is packed with features, and it sounds great too.

This article will look closely at the Marantz 2270 and see what makes it so special. We’ll also discuss some of its key features and how they can benefit you as a buyer.

So if you’re interested in learning more about the Marantz 2270, keep reading! Also, read Marantz SR8015 review.

My Marantz 2270 Receiver Review

When I started looking for vintage audio equipment on Craigslist, it was only a matter of time before the perfect opportunity arose.

My mom found this Marantz 2270 receiver in our local classifieds section, and after some quick negotiations with its seller, we could quickly reach an agreement!

Not only did they get rid of three clunkers, but they also got themselves one very happy customer too…

Restoration of these vintage devices can be difficult, but it’s worth the effort because you get a product that still stands up against today’s best Receivers in terms of performance. The blue LED light is an easily recognized feature for most Marantz products.

Must read: Marantz SR7013

The Marantz 2270 is a great example of an elegant, high-quality product with arguably one of the most beautiful faces in its class. These units consume roughly 500W when operating in their most powerful setting.


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About Richard

Over the years, Richard has tried his hand at a variety of creative outlets. While he doesn't consider himself to have reached a level of expertise, Richard has mastered various instruments and most recently enjoys composing cinematic works that take listeners on an emotional journey. He takes great pride in remaining unbiased and dedicated to the audience, constantly striving for improvement and innovation. He is an audiophile and loves to test out new home theater receivers, music systems, hi-fi systems, soundbars, speakers, televisions, earphones... pretty much anything that can produce sound!