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Marantz Integrated Amplifier PM5004 - Silver

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  • 2x 40 Watts RMS (8ohm)
  • Tone Control
  • Source Direct function
  • Speaker A/B
  • Gold plated terminals
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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 Kg
  • Item model number: PM5004/T1SG
  • ASIN: B006VB1SAS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Jan 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

This excellent entry-level integrated amp breaks all the rules. That’s because it’s the first in its class to offer current feedback architecture – a feature that until now has been exclusive to the much more expensive models. This technology provides very fast and accurate signal handling which results in perfectly balanced stereo sound reproduction and a very open and precise sound stage. Offering 40W per channel into 8 ohm or 55W into 4 ohm, this amp includes a metal chassis and front metal panel to ensure a very rigid and solid base. It also offers customised components for sound tuning, a phono MM equaliser, as well as Source Direct functionality to ensure shortest signal paths. Without doubt, the PM5004 has raised the performance bar in the so-called entry level area. Great sound. Amazing versatility.

Box Contains

Owner’s manual
Power cord (Cord length: Approx. 1.8 m)
Remote control (RC003PM)
R03/AAA batteries

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By onesize on 3 Mar 2013
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The 5040 was to replace a dying Marantz 6010SE. Money was tight and amp was to drive a pair of MA S8's, big floorstanders although in modest sized room. I was concerned the 5040 would not have enough power to drive the S8's. I also did not want a big powerful amp and was far more concerned about clarity, separation and soundstage. The amp scores well in all of these areas and a definite improvement on the 6010SE, although with a lighter, faster and more subtle sound. Very satisfied. In passing one issue for me was a decent phono stage and it scores well on this as a bonus.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sam Smith on 19 Sep 2013
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Our other trusty amplifier gave up the ghost one day and my husband had read about this Marantz amplifier and said we should buy it. We live in France where these sorts of things seem to cost a lot of money. We went to our local Electrical shop and noted the price they were asking and it did seem to be a lot. Anyway I had the brainwave to look on Amazon and it was substantially cheaper even with the postage costs which were very reasonable. We got it in around 3 days I think and have been absolutely delighted with the Amplifier ever since. It gives great sound quality and adds a lot to those programmes we watch and especially the dvds etc. Brilliant. We wouldn't be without it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Robin Englefield on 25 Jan 2013
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Arrived next day, got it connected in 30 seconds mostly thanks to the incredibly simple speaker cable posts and wacked it on connected to my PC's M-audio soundcard and into my Mourdant Shorts.

The sound is incredibly clear and spacious, a bit clinical compared to my Cambridge Audio amp but handles fast music such as d&b a lot better and everything sounds a lot better separated, can really hear an improvement in the treble if not as warm down the bottom end. It's ten times better sounding than the old Sony amp it's replacing, not that hard though.

Seems well built, maybe not as bomb proof as my Cambridge Audio amp, but then not many amps at this price point are. Plenty sturdy enough to sit in my living room though and it certainly looks the part, proper smart looking bit of kit.

I tried using the loudness button but tbh it doesn't need it if you're listening at decent volumes (loud). Might use it at lower volumes, just sounds messy if it's anything over a quarter up though. The tone pots don't need touching either if the source you're listening to is decent. Probably gonna leave it on source direct as it sounds fine as it is.

Really impressed, now to justify getting the matching CD player unit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David St John on 2 Jan 2014
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An Excellent amp, the sound separation is really good, I noticed the difference as soon as I spun my 1st vinyl, my usual setup was an aging technics midi system, although good, was feeling its age.
I have this set up with the wharfedale diamond 9.1s and the project elemental and it is amazing, just put the faith back into analogue, so much so that I have also just purchased an Nakamichi tape deck. Here's to loving all things old, but with a modern twist!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By paul on 30 Jan 2014
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I not sure paying nearly twice as much for the Pm6005 is worth it i think personaly i can live without the digital out every thing else seems similar i know this has 10 w less power than the Pm6005 but the same band width and as i will be using Q a 2020i i think this would be more than enough to power them any other reasons why not to purchase this over the Pm6005 please let me know ?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter on 7 July 2014
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I needed to replace my failed 25 year old Technics component system with something of comparable or better quality. Marantz is a well established name, so I decided to take a chance and buy their PM5004 amplifier and CD5004 CD player, intending to use these with my 25 year old Mordaunt-Short MS3.30 loudspeakers.

The instructions recommend installing the units well clear of each other, suggesting about 4 inches all round for the CD Player and about 12 inches all round for the Amplifier. I don't have room to do this, so have placed the ventilated Amplifier (110 watts) on top of the unventilated CD Player (14 watts). Each User Guide has an addendum describing the Auto Standby mode with instructions on how to change it. The CD Player and Amplifier have individual remote controllers. It seems more logical to use the CD remote controller to operate the Amplifier as well, after having installed the appropriate connecting lead. The Amplifier's volume control knob is motor-controlled, but not noisy in operation. The CD Player and Amplifier have individual mains power leads, so 2 power sockets or a 2-way trailing socket are required.

The result is hugely successful. With the treble and bass controls set at zero, and volume between 1/4 and 1/3 of maximum, the unaccompanied Elora Festival Singers sound terrific on Naxos CD 8.559304 (Morten Lauridsen choral works). On Naxos CD 8.550765 (Faure's Requiem, and other works) the sound is incredibly open and natural. The system doesn't seem stressed at all, easily handling any extremely loud passages from the choir. The full range of notes from the organ, including the very lowest, is evenly and convincingly reproduced. You would hardly think you were listening to a recording.
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