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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 13,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction
From my personal audio collection is a Marantz 2600 receiver for your bidding pleasure. This is the top of the line for Marantz in the late 70's.
I won't bore anyone with a ton of specs. but here is a link for all the info you could possibly want for this beast-
This unit is perfect,it had a complete rebuild in 2008 by Robert Bowdish, owner of , so there are no issues with this what so ever.
I am including the Dolby decoder which works just fine. I am also throwing in an original spec book for the decoder and a copy of the owners spec. manual.
The ONLY issue with this is a missing knob on the oscilloscope! So please ask any and all questions before bidding,as this is an old electronic unit being sold as is.
Shipping cost listed is for the lower US 48 ONLY.
****I will ship this anywhere in the world, I will not get shipping cost's for that option until the item is won and paid for-First****

After many emails asking 'what a complete rebuild is' I am adding all of the details from the rebuild invoice, this hopefully answers all questions on the matter.
Restoration Marantz 2600: Massive restoration: Full recap of every aluminum electrolytic capacitor (replaced
with 105c rated, same value, one voltage level up from stock), tantalums and bi-polar aluminum
electrolytic capacitors (replaced with same value ceramic or foil), full hand resolder with silver
eutectic solder (Rosin RMA flux), every circuit board. Replaced main filter caps. Replaced all
incandescent lamps with LED replacements. Unit is 100% LED now. Repaired broken foot. Added
missing knob. Performed electronic adjustments including power supply regulated output, amplifier
bias and DC offset, MPX IC PLL freerun, AM and FM front end and oscillator alignments, stereo
sep adjustment, detector and scope adjustments. Clean/lube of all pots, switches, switchbanks, slip
contacts (including tuner cap gang contacts), RCA connectors, 1/4" jacks. Adjusted dial string and
wheel. External cleaning. Burn-in, power tests, readjustments.