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Marantz 4025

AM/FM Stereo Recording Receiver (1978-80)

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Marantz 4025


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Reviewed Oct 02nd, 2019 by Eransw

Great sounding reciver
Clear & powerfull sound
50w each side super warm.
Great tuner and ampification.
Marantz know what tber doing on those years .
Love it .



re: 4025

My brother found a Marantz 4025 in an old house he was remodeling. He gave it to me and after cleaning it inside and out and replacing some fuses and the lights, it sounds and looks fantastic. The cassette section needs work but the receiver sounds wonderful. I have it in an outbuilding powering a pair of Boston Acoustic A-70's I found at the Goodwill and re-foamed.

re: 4025

Excellent find. I didn't know Marantz still built "all-in-ones" near 1980. They were very popular in the early 1970's as the easy way to hifi but fell out of favor by the later 1970's. Quality component stereo was becoming available to the budget audiophile. At 25wpc the model 4025 had decent output capabilities.
Marantz had a reputation for build quality and I've heard the Boston Acoustics A-70's. A nice combination you have there. I have the A-40's in my kitchen system (Pioneer SX-434 and Nakamichi BX-1) and the "family" sound is amazing. I've used Marantz amps before (2252B and 1090) and found them to be splendid products. Way to go guy. Fuhgeddaboudit!

re: 4025

if you repair the cassette you will have great satisfactions from this Marantz

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