The Marantz 2275 had a retail price of nearly $600.00 back in 1974 and was made until 1977. It put out 75 watts per channel in to 8 ohms and featured a phase-lock-loop FM multiplex demodulator. It also has direct coupled output amplifiers, a five gang tuner, Dolby FM and mid tone controls. The 2275 used the WC-22 wood case as an option.
- Tuning range: FM, MW
- Power output: 75 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Total harmonic distortion: 0.25%
- Damping factor: 60
- Input sensitivity: 1.8mV (MM), 180mV (line)
- Signal to noise ratio: 82dB (line)
- Output: 1V (Pre out)
- Dimensions: 439 x 137 x 366mm
- Weight: 17.7kg
- Year: 1974
The Marantz 2275 was the focus of an interesting Marantz ad campaign that ran in Stereo Review. The ad showed a burned 2270 that the owner claimed had been recovered from the charred remains of his home after a house fire. After replacing the power cord the 2270 allegedly worked perfectly. Of course, some anti-Marantz types began insinuating that it was actually the 2270 that started the fire in the first place.