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Marantz PM6006 UK Edition

What makes for a UK Edition of an already beloved integrated amplifier? Is it one whose timbre better matches the complex taste of a bacon butty? Is it easier to wipe down in the damp, drizzly weather? Or perhaps it is portable, designed for those after school trips to the park with a bottle of cider? Sadly, it’s a lot more sensible than that.

While Marantz had kept the details of the changes made

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