Marantz CD6005 CD Player - Now reduced by £50 to £249 at Richer Sounds
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Marantz CD6005 CD Player - Now reduced by £50 to £249 at Richer Sounds

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Found 17th Mar 2016
Cue the "what's a cd player?" comments but this is a great machine for the money and even better value after a price drop of £50 down to £249.

Price is online and instore.

Also looks like Amazon have price matched the reduction.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
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This would be a good deal... Fifteen years ago
incredibl

This would be a good deal... Fifteen years ago



It's a good deal now for a great cd player. Comparing to Sonos and lossless formats is a different story.
JohnnyUtah

It's a good deal now for a great cd player. Comparing to Sonos and … It's a good deal now for a great cd player. Comparing to Sonos and lossless formats is a different story.



My CD collection amassed over 40 years has outgrown its storage space. Its now all on a Netgear ReadyNAS & played through a Yamaha DSP-Z7 I really can't tell the difference but maybe you'll put that down to the age of my ears.

No more changing CD's either...........

Have to admit I still buy the CD and then rip it. Quality of downloadable MP3's isn't good enough.


Edited by: "TheBiker" 17th Mar 2016
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Cool, if you are into retro.
TheBiker

My CD collection amassed over 40 years has outgrown its storage space. … My CD collection amassed over 40 years has outgrown its storage space. Its now all on a Netgear ReadyNAS & played through a Yamaha DSP-Z7 I really can't tell the difference but maybe you'll put that down to the age of my ears.No more changing CD's either...........



I could get into the pluses and minuses for both situations but all I'm doing is posting a great deal for a good value separate IF you are in the market for one.

People drive run of the mill Mondeos and Quasquis (or whatever they are called) in the week but love to drive a classic car at the weekends for the love and the unique experience.
Love good old skool hi-fi and Marantz is one of the best - have some heat!
TheBiker

My CD collection amassed over 40 years has outgrown its storage space. … My CD collection amassed over 40 years has outgrown its storage space. Its now all on a Netgear ReadyNAS & played through a Yamaha DSP-Z7 I really can't tell the difference but maybe you'll put that down to the age of my ears.No more changing CD's either...........Have to admit I still buy the CD and then rip it. Quality of downloadable MP3's isn't good enough.



You are probably getting better audio out of that set up than a CD player of the same cost. I ripped all my CDs to FLAC years ago and just got a really good dac, which is the most important part of a system nowadays.
Good price for this, but I am very skeptical of how much of a difference this would make over a high end blu ray player.

As mentioned in previous comments, it all depends how much you sink into your hifi setup.
so, if you are still listening what would the recommendation be for a digital replacement. would £250 buy a dac as good. or the bits needed to replace the player?
JohnnyUtah

It's a good deal now for a great cd player. Comparing to Sonos and … It's a good deal now for a great cd player. Comparing to Sonos and lossless formats is a different story.


I love my CD's but then again I am old plus I have an old pioneer multi CD changer and all my stuff on mp3, mind you I could do with the shelf space back,,,, who wants to buy about 500 CDs but I'm keeping my vinyl
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