Stereophonic Receiver (1974-77)
Its listening quality is superb with all sources. It drives speaker systems, including those with very low efficiency, to full clear sound even in large rooms.
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 125 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.1%
Damping factor: 70
Input sensitivity: 1.8mV (MM), 180mV (line)
Dimensions: 19-15/16 x 5-3/4 x 15-3/16 inches
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Reviewed Oct 17th, 2015 by 0070julie
Ok, Wow! Just upgraded from the 2220, which I loved, but this one is loud, looks and sounds so great!! If you see one, grab it! NOW!! :)
Reviewed Aug 10th, 2015 by joemadonia
The best sounding and most beautiful nightlight on the planet! Smooth, warm sounding receiver from the golden years of 70s vintage audio. One of the best of the Marantz line, right up there with the Tandberg 2075/2080 and Sansui 9090 as a contender for the most desirable receiver ever made!
Reviewed Oct 27th, 2014 by ealseal12
Reviewed May 09th, 2014 by wizardman
I've had my 2325 for quite some time now someone threw it out worked fine. Has the wooden case took in for cleaning and recaps etc. now it's like brand new. Best reciever I have ever owned!!
Reviewed Feb 02nd, 2014 by glennsmga
This is the Rolls Royce of 70's vintage Marantz receivers! It has 125 watts per channel RMS of extremely clean, low distortion sound. It has enough controls and inputs to allow for almost any user needs. This receiver weighs almost 50 pounds and is built like a tank. These units seem to go forever with only basic maintenence being required once in a long while. Occasionally a bulb or two will need replacing, along with a cleaning of the pots to eliminate crackle. These units are getting old, and some will begin to need component replacement, especially filter capacitors, and other age deteriorating items. Such replacements can be costly, bt are well worth while. Try to find ANY modern receiver that can equal the amazing specifications of this receiver, then look at the PRICE! Even a Marantz that needs some repair is a bargain in comparison! beside all that, the 2325 with its silver faceplate and blue dial looks incredible! All vintage Marantz 22 series receivers are exceptional units, but the Marantz 2325 truly is a sonic and visual work of art. If you manage to snag one in good condition, hang onto it! These will do nothing but appreciate in value!