Feb 28, 2020
PM5005 is an amplifier that is used as an additional element of an entry-level stereo system. We invite you to see Marantz PM5005 specs as well as other features in this Marantz PM5005 review. Artic...Read More
The sound output power is 20W (8 ohms). At the same time Cambridge Audio Topaz AM10 can offers us 35/8. The Marantz PM5005 is equipped with five line inputs and a pair of recording outputs. There is also a built-in phono stage, and for connecting speakers there are four pairs of speaker terminals, that is, you can use two pairs of speakers located in different rooms. By the way, all the “tulips” have gilded contacts.
Inside the polished aluminum case, a really powerful design is hidden, thanks to which you will love your music collection even more. The fully discrete design of the amplifier, combined with a specially designed enlarged toroidal transformer, turns the Cambridge Audio Topaz AM10 into a real “wolf in sheep's clothing”. Five inputs allow you to connect all your signal sources to the amplifier - a CD player, TV, media player, MP3 player (including iPod), etc., and the built-in phono stage will give you the joy of listening to vinyl records. For your convenience, Cambridge Audio engineers have provided Topaz AM10 with a convenient and functional display giving you comprehensive information about the source and volume.
The Marantz PM5005 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Marantz PM5005 price