In Reply to: Here are a couple of links. posted by Mr. Dick Hertz on July 14, 2012 at 09:00:33:
Either one will do an excellent job. But it's not cheap. In the end you will have a perfect factory spec receiver that WILL out live you!
The only caveat is I would find a piece worth that is worth the money and effort. Something cosmetically in excellent condition. Because you are going to get it back in virtually new working condition.
I was going to have a 2330 restored. But after some hard thinking I couldn't live with the cosmetic condition of the unit. So I decided to wait until I have a piece worth the money and effort.
Also it's worth the shipping to have it done RIGHT!!!!!!
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Topic - Marantz Receiver Restoration - Walnut 03:38:21 07/14/12 (4)Follow Ups
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