Marantz CD 6007 is the best bang for your buck for CD player… and it’s £49.99 [Audio Player Classic]
Marantz has been on a tear lately with its new CD player, the CD 6003.
The company has released a range of new models, ranging from the more budget-friendly CD 6002 to the top-of-the-range CD 6005, which costs £79.99.
There’s also the much more expensive CD 6009, which starts at £129.99, or you can pick up the higher-end 6007, which comes with an all-black screen, a built-in speaker, and more.
What makes the 6007 so appealing is its small form factor.
It measures around 6.3mm wide by 2.3cm high by 0.6mm thick and weighs only 1.1kg.
It also has an all black screen, which looks great.
The buttons are big, and the speakers are good, but they aren’t as loud as some other models.
What Marantz lacks in volume, it makes up for with ease of use.
You just press the buttons to select the song you want, and that’s it.
The display isn’t quite as sharp as some of the other models, but it’s not bad either.
You can also turn off the speakers, and adjust the volume with a slider on the top of the screen.
The screen has a very clear, bright colour that makes the music stand out.
It’s easy to see which buttons are pressed and which are being held down, and it doesn’t seem to have any audible clicks.
The controls for playback are easy to navigate and are labelled appropriately.
You’re also able to choose from several different sound levels, and when it comes to music playback you’ll be able to listen to your favourite songs or use the media player to play them.
There are two different sound modes available, but you’ll need to change them at any time.
It is a simple device, and you don’t need to use any special software to use it, as you’ll just need to click the buttons on the screen and then play.
Marantz’s CDs are fairly inexpensive compared to some of its competitors.
However, it’s still a good value, and they’re good value if you’re looking for a decent player that’s easy-to-use and doesn’t require any special knowledge.
Pros: Small and light, good sound, easy to use Cons: Very expensive, loud, hard to use