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Marantz 1060 - Jun 23

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Marantz Model 1060
Stereo Integrated Amplifier


Marantz Model 1060

Stereo Integrated Amplifier

Vintage ‘Discrete’ design, so no nasty chips or IC’s. This classic 1970’s Marantz ‘Made in Sun Valley, California’ amplifier has just had a basic service, with switches and pots cleaned - so no nasty crackles. Tested for around 2 hours, this little beauty is in full and glorious working order. Physical condition is really excellent and it comes packed in its original double-box shipping carton.

The following info and specifications are from the excellent website:-

The Marantz 1060 is a stereo console amplifier featuring three line inputs, one phono input and a tape loop. The amplifier section is split into pre and power sections which can split for use with an external processor. The unit has two sets of switchable sockets for main/remote speakers.


• Power output: 30 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
• Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
• Total harmonic distortion: 0.5%
• Damping factor: 45
• Input sensitivity: 1.8mV (MM)
• Dimensions: 14-11/64 x 4-23/32 x 11-1/32 inches
• Weight: 18lbs

The last picture is taken from the 1979 ‘Hi-Fi Year Book’, the golden age of Japanese audio - when this amp retailed at over £130 - a lot of money in 1979..!

The user manual is a print-out copy from the internet.


Payment accepted via Credit/Debit Card, PayPal, Bank Transfer, Personal Cheque or cash on collection.
Economical worldwide shipping via UPS or FedEx – Double-boxed, tracked and insured.


Please contact us either by telephone on 01883 340073
or by sending and email to
if you are interested in purchasing this item.


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