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Marantz announces M-CR502 CD DAB receiver all in one

The best things come in small packages
Marantz has the veil of his new M-CR502 DAB CD, an all-in-One, the promises, performance and quality of a much more comprehensive.

It is equipped with two stereo amplifiers on board, with music and occasional listeners hear a lot of possibilities. Stereo mode, you can use 2 x 50W power of music - a punch that is a unit the size of a pack of shoes (280 x 111 x 302mm) - audio, while the fans prefer the option of 4 x 25W Bi-amping.

Or, if you distribute their music all over the house, you can create a pair of speakers for multi-room listening. Furthermore, the M-CR502 DAB CD Sport woofer output to considerable shear.

Includes a CD and DAB, as expected, but the CD is for CDR / RW, MP3 and WMA-encoded CDs and FM / AM radio tuner and analogue counseling. Of course, nobody wants their time for the collection from CD to MP3, so there's a USB port on the front with an aux input.

iPod users have the option of the player with the Marantz IS201 and IS301 springs separately.

All-in-once they were approved by the music for the lack of performance and sound quality, but that is changing rapidly with new features, the quality Hi-Fi with its compact design and practice. Marantz M-CR502 DAB CD will be starting in March at a price of £ 499.90.

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