Schede e recensioni

Marantz DV7600 - DV9500

Multilettore Dvd - Sacd - Cd - Mp3



  Di cosa si tratta


L'importanza di iscrivervi alla newsletter




  24 bit


  890   DV7600 - 2200   DV 9500







Dal web:


I bought the Marantz DV7600 to replace a defunct Pioneer laserdisc player that I'd picked up in Japan on my travels many moons ago.

The player upscales standard DVD films to the 1080i format (not quite the whole 1080p hog). The video performance is astonishing although I must admit that I don't have much to compare it with. The upscaled video is not quite as good as the picture on Sky HD but is significantly better than the standard DVD quality. The player even upscales disks where the video has been compressed to fit on the disk: just occasionally a bit of 'blocking' but emininently watchable nevertheless.
The player provides Tru-Surround (which gives pseudo surround sound) for people (like me) who play film audio through their two channel audio set up.

This is where the player comes into it's own. The audio performance is incredible to my ears (I play the audio through an antequated Marantz PM80 amplifier and B&W Matrix 2S2 speakers). I had thought that I would need to buy a bespoke CD player for audio CD's: however, the DV7600 blows the socks off my old Pioneer laserdisc (which I thought was respectable with it's 1-bit DAC) and I believe it may not be necessary now.
The DV7600 will play MP3's recorded onto writeable CD's (but not those on DVD's strangely enough) although lower bitrates do't do the system justice. The DV7600 does not handle variable bit rate MP3's either.

If I have one criticism of the player it is that there is a delay of a second or so when you press a button on the remote control. This doesn't bother me now I'm used to it but those more testosterone challenged out there may prefer something that reacts a little quicker.

Scheda fotografica


DV 7600




DV 9500




Vediamo dietro


DV 7600


DV 9500


Vediamo dentro






Imballo    e    manuale




Come suona