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Marantz 150

AM/FM Stereo Tuner (1976-78)

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Marantz 150


Type: Mono/Stereo Tuner

Tuning Bands: FM, MW

Tuning Scale: Analogue

Dimensions: 391 x 146 x 302mm

Weight: 11.8kg

Year: 1977


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Reviewed May 19th, 2019 by Pradeep Gamage

Two reasons which drives me to bought the Marantz 150 tuner. Mainly to coupling or rather matching my marantz 1150d Integrated amplifier and secondly its beautiful oscilloscope .
Of course as you may know oscilloscope with marantz receivers like model 2500 and 2600 (big brothers) are very expensive and rare to find and also postage cost is higher (Very heavy)
So Marantz 150 is the best option if you add in oscilloscope feature into your collection.

Using scope for FM tuning unparalleled with ability to real signal strength .
Ofcourse its very cool looking and attractive oscilloscope and also excellent in sound quality. Upto now it's slightly behind only to the Revox B760 tuner when it compared with sound in my collection.but it attractive looks feel like it's my best tuner.

Stero, mono,Dolby and hi-blend are quite handy as features.
For all vintage gears if it has been properly maintained it will entertain life time With satisfaction .



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re: 150

I need the Owners Manual, not the service manual. How/where do I get one?

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