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Amplifier Marantz PM6006 has a low body, and its front panel almost completely follows the design of the facade PM6005. In the center is a strip with LED diodes indicating the choice of source. Below is the Source Direct key to start the signal bypassing the tone block and adjust the balance, the key to select the speaker sets (A or B) and activate the Loudness function. Even lower are the tone and balance knobs. On the right is the volume control, on the left is the input selector. The facade also has a headphone jack and a power / standby button. The device is equipped with a universal remote control. Concerning power output in Marantz PM6006 vs Audiolab 6000A comparison we can see that Marantz has 40W while Audiolab offers us 50W. Both at 8 Ohm load.
On board the device there are four digital inputs - a pair of optical and coaxial ones, capable of receiving a signal as high as 24 bit / 192 kHz. Three digital filters are provided: fast decay, slow decay, and minimum phase. In the headphone amplifier, the current feedback works. The MM phono stage circuit is made on field-effect transistors. In circuitry, much attention was paid to shielding the preamplifier section, protecting it from interference.
The Marantz PM6006 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Marantz PM6006 price