Power supply board and amp board are almost identical to those of Marantz 2200 2215B and 2216 so you can use one of their service manuals. So this little Superscope is quite a solid built receiver.
I own a Superscope R-1302. Which Marantz is comparable?
The R-1262 is nothing else but a later design (silver scale) version of the "blue" R-1240 and the latter definitely is a combination of Marantz 104 tuner and 1040 amp (I checked this with the 1040 service manual).
The R-1302 is nothing else but a later design (silver scale) version of the "blue" R-1270 and I was ** told ** that the R-1270 has a 1070 amp inside. I did not check into that (no R-1270 or R-1302 so far in my posession) but for a start I'd try the Marantz 1070 service manual (for the amp section) and check whether part numbers and power transistors are the same. The tuner most likely is similar to that of R-1262 / R-1240 (except for external AM antenna) thus try Marantz 104 service manual.
All informations on Superscope R-1270 wiil fit for your R-1302, as well.
Thanks for your information. Since a few weeks, I own a R-1270 too. I'm a big Superscope fan and collect them. In my collection are a R-1220, four R-330's, three R-340(B) and two R-350's, and also a set of A-245, T-210 and CD-302A. And of course the R-1302. I like them very much. Great seventies design and good warm sound. In Holland they are not very expensive. For example: the R-1302 cost me 60 euro. The rest was cheaper. So the combination of great design, warm sound and good price makes it attractive for me. :-)
With which Marantz receivers can I compare the R-330, R-340 and R-350?
Greetings, Lowie from the Netherlands.
Nice collection you've got
I have a question About the R-1220
I just bought at a sale "kringloopwinkel"
Wat is the meaning of the switch in the
Back near the phono input
It says, MAG -CER ???
Ps i realy love the sound and looks
Also greetings from Holland
JaS gave the right answer. That's what it's for.
I hope you have a lot of fun with your R1220.
The switch changes the gain of the phono stage, MAG for moving magnet phono cartridges, CER for ceramic phono cartridges
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