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Old 20th December 2012, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default Marantz PM-57 tweaks and upgrades

Hi all, I have had the Marantz PM-57 for a long time, got it in 99 and have always loved the sound of it even when compaired to "better" amps, BUT I'd like to upgrade some of the components if possible for the simple reason of something to do and also to give it some new life and make it last longer. I found a few bits and pieces about the pm-60's but noting on the 57, I read that they share the same boards? But if anyone can give advice on the best things to upgrade for better sound and performance it'd be very nice to here about, it can't just be me that likes this amp can it? I know it was a 200 budget amp but it's pretty good, I run it with Rogers DB101's have tried tangent monitor 9's and mission ...somethings and it always sounded great.
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