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Perfect for my system sounds better then I expected
Year after year, our customers give Marantz CD players top marks for their outstanding performance. Comments such as "Full of detail, yet alway warm and inviting to the ear" and "Excellent machine. Great sound and nice looks, too," constantly appear on our user review pages. And based on our own extensive listening, we have to agree! Marantz CD players are impressive. If you think that all CD players sound alike, you owe it to yourself to audition the Marantz CD5005. It's the kind of player that will keep you listening late into the night, rediscovering every disc in your collection. It offers a hard-to-find combination of superb audio performance, understated good looks, and affordability.
The CD5005's handsome, minimalist-style chassis is solidly built and beautifully finished. Its thick, aluminum/fiberglass faceplate and metal chassis provide a strong frame to help eliminate vibrations that can adversely affect sound quality. Inside, you'll find a precision Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC and new CD mechanism — both borrowed from its big brother, the CD6005. Marantz also included circuitry refinements and specially selected parts straight out of their high-end Reference Series playbook, such as high-quality capacitors in the audio signal path for superior transient speed and better bass response. All of these design decisions add up to highly involving sound that reaches out to grab you from a dead-silent background.
Music enthusiasts will love the CD5005's Audio EX mode. It mutes the digital audio outputs and turns off the display and pitch control. By eliminating these potential noise sources, the CD5005 delivers pristine sound quality. Headphone listeners will also appreciate the built-in, high-grade headphone amplifier for private listening sessions. Marantz even uses widely spaced, gold-plated RCA jacks that won't cramp the heavy-duty connectors found on high-quality cables.
Nice CD player. Ideally, for me, the headphone jack would be replaced with an input to utilize the units DAC for other components. Not that great of a headphone stage. No complaints on the CD transport/function though.
Thomas, Melbourne, FL
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Perfect for my system sounds better then I expected
One week with the marantz cd5005. Big difference in the sound paired up with my jolida jd1501 and signets sl260's. Couldn't be happier with this setup right now!
Cons: Shipped in original box and left on porch with no one home by ups for everyone to see. Not happy about that!
Great built quality for price point. Excellent sound.
This was my upgrade / replacement unit for the two NAD C538's which didn't work. Happy with the Marantz so far, save for a couple things. The unit is about the same size as my Marantz receiver - much larger than other CD players I've had, but I knew that going in (plus this one actually works...). The display is dim: dimmer on its brightest setting than my receiver's display on its middle setting. If that's a concern for you, look elsewhere. To my eyes it isn't readable 'across the room.' The unit has trouble playing from 0:00 exactly: it will, almost every time, miss the first 0.5 second or so when it begins playback of a disc. While it seems trivial, it's the difference between hearing that whole first chord, or cymbal hit, etc. and coming in to what sounds like mid-play. The remedy is to hit the track back button after playback has started, and it will catch the true 0:00 start. Annoying? Yes. Is there a work-around? Yes, so it isn't a deal breaker. But this isn't something I would expect at this price point. Otherwise the unit plays well, transitions between tracks as expected, etc.
Pros: Works well! Can control Marantz receiver with CD remote.
Cons: Small issue at 0:00 playback. Large size - plan accordingly. Dim screen - plan accordingly.
Nice CD player. Ideally, for me, the headphone jack would be replaced with an input to utilize the units DAC for other components. Not that great of a headphone stage. No complaints on the CD transport/function though.
Pros: Good CD player
Cons: Don't need the headphone jack. Would like a digital input to DAC.
I had never played any of my cd's on a decent player, most times in the car or through a $20 desktop player. So this unit definetly exceeded expectations but I experienced a cricket like noise through the speakers only when using the pause feature. At first I decided to live with it but the few time I wanted to pause, mostly for cell calls, I had to stop the player which forced to start cd over again from beginning along with a Grrrr out of me. I tried swapping toslink cables, power outlet sources but all was to no avail. My setup to my power speakers only has the optical input left so I was cornered. Pause worked great over RCA but I had to use optical. The CD5005 is a very worthy unit just that mine has the optical/pause buzz so I have no reason to downgrade the review hence 5 stars. I decided to swap the unit out for the NAD C538 and as usual the technical representative was very understanding. Not a hassle at all... !
Pros: Awesome sound, why did I wait ??
Cons: Pause button produced cricket like buzzing.. probably defective unit
I was trying to find a mid-priced CD player that received good reviews, and the CD5005 was that machine. I was replacing a Panasonic multi-play player (it was in our entertainment system mostly for DVDs at one point, and temporarily replaced my old Pioneer CD player), and so I had high expectations. I played a CD the other day, and the machine skipped about 3:30 into a song. Neither my old Panasonic player or my 8-year-old Dell computer was tripped up by the small blemish, but the Marantz CD player was jammed from the 3:30 mark to the end (the blemish wasn't that large, and don't CDs have error correction build in for blemishes?) . I need to play the machine much more before the 60 day warrantee to determine if there is a bigger issue.
Pros: affordable price
Cons: questionable blemish detect and compensation
First thing I noticed is that Crutchfield had enclosed the entire outer carton with sturdy plastic wrap to keep it dry! Nice touch! Crutchfield is a class act! This unit has an upgraded center mounted CD mech and upgraded DAC which is the same DAC is used in the reference unit which costs over $1000.00. I popped in the first CD, a Tom Petty disc I've heard hundreds of times. I was stunned! I was hearing things I'd never heard before! The audio from this machine is incredible, very smooth yet clear highs with no harshness at all like you hear on lesser units. And the low end is rock solid bass. I then popped in a recording of the Praetorius Christmas Mass 1612 L'Oisseau Lyre CD recorded at Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark. The pipe organ on this recording is incredible, and again, I was stunned by the improvement in audio quality. Not a subtle improvement, an undeniable improvement! There was a dramatic enhancement in the lower end of this organ that is felt as much as heard; alot of power from the 32' pipes. Couldn't believe it was the same recording I'd heard before at all! If you are on the fence about this unit, I can tell you it is an absolute steal at the Crutchfield price. I've never heard a CD player that sounds this good at double this price! For what it's worth, I have been an audio technician for 30+ years and I've heard alot of CD players! This one is hands down a solid winner!!
Pros: Perfectly matches my Marantz SR4023 which is being used as an AV switcher and a pre-out to outboard mono block amps each powering a Mirage 990i bi-polar loudspeaker. The SR4023 speaker out drives 2 pair of speakers, one pair on the deck, the other in the garage.
Cons: Very minor beef, the display brightness is adjustable, but only in a few steps. Would be nice to have an adjustment control to perfectly match the display brightness on the SR4023. Again, very minor detail.
I love Marantz products, and own a CD-5005 (most recent purchase), CD-6006, & CD-6005 CD players. They all sound superb, and will track scratched and recorded CD's with ease. I've compared them to other top brands, and the Marantz hold their own! I also have allot of vintage Marantz, which continue to satisfy me (model 1's, 2's, 5's, 7, 8b, 9's, 10b, 33, 120b, 1120 & 2220b). Marantz has always been top shelf. I highly recommend the CD-5005.
Pros: Sounds wonderful, with excellent imaging and soundstage Analog only feature (turns off unnecessary Digital functions & display Very well made Loads quickly Tracks scratched and recorded CDs Smooth mechanical operation Nice aesthetics
Cons: Remote control has many functions unrelated to CD player operation. Not available in silver to match my vintage Marantz
Bought this to replace a 25 year old Sony player. Let me say first of all Crutchfield is excellent !. As is my new Marantz. It is definitely worth it to upgrade. The sound quality of the old Sony was good but the Marantz is so much better. Bass is richer all the instruments have better separation the treble is clearer. Very satisfied ??
Great CD player, I used it together with marantz NR-1608 receiver, fantastic together. This CD player provides great quality sound if you use optical cable to the receiver.
I bought this to replace my old Marantz CD5004, and my overall impression is the upgrade is just that. The 5004 had great sound, but the newer model surpasses it: cleaner and clearer. Works great with my NAD 326BEE and PSB Image T6 towers. Highly recommended.
Pros: Clarity and warmth.
Cons: None to my ears.
I purchased the Marantz CD5005 after returning an Onkyo C-7030 to another vendor. I just was not satisfied with the performance of the Onkyo; i.e., skips, failure to play, etc. The opposite is true of the Marantz. Quality built in every respect, it is the best CD player I have owned since CD players were introduced in the early 80's. I have paired the Marantz CD5005 with a Yamaha A-S301 integrated amp that I purchased from Crutchfield, an Audio Technica turntable, and a pair of Polk Audio RTi A7 speakers, also from Crutchfield. When extra bass is required, my Onkyo 200 watt sub is there when needed. I highly recommend this player and the entire Marantz line of products! Spend the extra money and buy Marantz. And, of course, Crutchfield service and support is next to none. There's no reason to go anywhere else.
Pros: Outstanding sound reproduction from the onboard DAC. Plays all my CDs flawlessly.
Great service! Received the product a day early, I assume because of an impending snow storm. Great CD player! Almost identical to my old 5003.
This CD player is replacing a 21 year old Carver Tube-pre amp phase player, and is going through custom-built large speakers that are very revealing of sound (I'm a musician) and 400 watt per channel hand-made in USA vintage (Phase Linear) power amp. And I have a difficult room, with a lot of glass and ceramics, which is why the speaker designer originally recommended the tube pre-amp player, to warm up the sound. I tried the $499 NAD model before trying this unit. The NAD was way too cold and shrill on most CD's in my room setup, though it did have great detail, and might work well in a warmer room with less revealing speakers. The Marantz is warmer, as advised, and is pretty pleasing for classical originally recorded on analog, and not bad on digitally recorded classical. Also, not bad for most jazz vocals. But for harder-edged jazz instrumentals, most rock, or anything else with a lot of high-frequency high-attack percussion, it is almost as cold sounding in my difficult room as the NAD. I was advised that moving up the next full-step $1200 Marantz was probably not worth my while, especially if I take that money and invest in a dedicated FLAC-loaded hard drive system where I add a tube-phase D to A convertor. So meanwhile, this unit remains servicable while playing my roughly 800 ea CD's, if a little painful to listen to sometimes on harsher, or high-percussion recordings. Thus my 3 star rating. I suppose on a price-adjusted basis it probably rates a four
Pros: Seems solidly built, enough sound detail, punchy bass, warm enough sound most of the time.
Cons: Percussion sounds harsh on many recordings, not nearly as pleasing as the old tube phase unit it replaced, borderline headache inducing at times.
This is the second Marantz CD player I've owned. They each produce a superb sound and are simple to use
Marantz stands for quality and this is very good cd player. Sound quality and build is excellent! Highly recommend this product and Crutchfield.
Pros: Everything about it.
Bought the Marantz CD5005 a month ago, so far I am pleased with the purchase. The unit replaced a very old Sony player, and I have to say the technology has improved. Build quality is good, the drawer although slow is quiet and smooth. The various control buttons on the unit have a positive feel when pressed. I do wish you could open and close the drawer from the remote. Loading a new disc takes a little too long as the disc is read. Sound is good, I am hearing a lot of the music that was apparently not picked up by the old Sony player, mostly subtle musical rifts in the background of songs, or the light refrain of background singers voices. Clarity on piano notes is impressive.
Pros: Quality sound, good ergonomics, solid construction.
Cons: The system to turn the unit on when you turn on the preamp is limited in that it only works with other Marantz equipment, it need to be a 12 volt universal system, not limited to Marantz equipment. NAD uses a universal 12 volt. Not able to open or close the drawer from the remote.
Purchased a Cambridge Topaz 10 at first but it was defective right out of the box. Crutchfield replaced it but even that one had the same problem... a loud "snap" noise radiates from the speakers a few milliseconds before the music starts playing. Anyway, I didn't want to try a third Topaz 10 so at their suggestion I went with the Marantz. I had the opportunity to do a shoot-out between the Topaz 10 and the Marantz and at first I leaned more toward the Topaz for better clarity, but after playing several different cuts and scrutinizing certain passages I realized there was no detectable sonic differences between them. Also, the Marantz looks a lot nicer than the Spartan-looking Topaz and as for the remote...no contest, the Marantz is much nicer. The only complaint I have is the same as what others have mentioned, the speed of the fast-scan is miserably slow. That isn't usually a problem for me but I can definitely see how it could be for others who deal with tracks that are very long. Being an electrical engineer I may open it up and increase the scan speed when the warranty expires.
Pros: Nicely designed, great looks and excellent sound quality.
Cons: The fast-scan functions are too slow, for those who use this function a lot I would not recommend this player. Also, it is physically taller than most CD players of this caliber so beware of this if your space is limited.
Great product. My CD's sound much improved and works great with my Marantz receiver. Crutchfield is great to work with. Have and will continue to buy from them.
Excellent overall. The clarity, depth and breadth of sound are very good. Whether I am listening to jazz, classic or otherwise I have found the stage presence of the musicians remarkable. I have begun (once again) to realize how different the quality is across my different recordings. I regret not upgrading sooner. One down side: the remote that comes with the unit is for multiple appliances. I have found it confusing to work with for such basics as closing/playing the cd tray. I admit I haven't sat down with the owners manual, but things that should be intuitive aren't. Random play appears to require pushing two different buttons. I am not quite sure how to work with the pause and stop buttons. Luckily the remote that came with my previous Marantz CD play still works for some of the functions on the current player.
Pros: Sound is excellent overall. cost is remarkable. looks I like.
Cons: The remote control will cause some angst. I'll have to read the owners manual. But it should be simpler and more intuitive.
Quality construction, clean sound, and a usable headphone jack - a very good value for a very good product.
I purchased a Marantz CD-5003 some seven or eight years ago. It's still playing and I'm still satisfied with its performance. Based on that player, I purchased the CD-5005.
Pros: Digital and analogue outputs, the capability to program how text is displayed, a four-position dimmer, a program delete function.
Cons: No open/close for the tray on the remote (which is a bit bulky), the smallish display is difficult to read from a few feet away.
I'm hoping for a long lived unit. I obviously won't know for a while.
Pros: It works fine.
Cons: I would've liked an tray open/close command on the remote. If it's there I haven't found it yet.
Top notch quality and astonishing sound! Plus, Crutchfield's price and service can't be beat! Will definitely be a returning customer!
I'm very much enjoying this CD player. I've only played a handful of discs on it, but I have no complaints thus far. Sounds really good!
Pros: Sounds great!
Cons: A little expensive. I contemplated the NAD player that cost less.
Great Sound. Substantial yet simple to operate.
I previously used my BluRay player (OPPO) to play audio CDs was well as BluRay and DVD's . Having the Marantz CD 5005 has made me realize how much more detail is in the CD format when played on a dedicated component. It must be the quality of the transport and/or the DAC in the unit. I'm hearing more detail and nuance in every CD I play. This is an excellent player !! An added bonus . Now I can control it with my Marantz receiver remote since they link up with a separate cable .I can also use the CD player's remote to operate the volume and source controls of my receiver .
Pros: Sound improvement , convenience
Cons: Takes up shelf space on my rack
Great sound when it deigns to play. The fist one went bad under warranty & Crutchfield exchanged it for another one. I also tried two other products before selecting this one because of it's outstanding sound quality - I've never heard a Steinway D bass sound so realistic.
Pros: Great sound. Lots of design features that raise the price and contibute nothing to the average everyday musician/player (me). I don't own a Marantz receiver and I 'm not a DJ so I don't need any of these bells/whistles but I pay for them anyway when the manufacturer could have invested in a high quality drawer mechanism.
Cons: Terrible drawer mechanism! Often won't open/close/play. Often finds some invisable speck of dust to cause it to quit playing. Fast forward is only double speed so it takes 5 minutes to get to the middle of a 20 minute track when the unit has stopped playing. How can these geniuses produce such a good musical product and skimp one little simple part?! I've been an audiophile since HiFi days and am not an abusive user, so it's a lack of quality.
After 25 years of enjoyment our Luxman played its last CD. A friend and owner of Denver's most respected high-end shop recommended the 5005 as a replacement for daily listening. Having sold us our premium high-end components, Carl knew what we were looking for in sound. He noted the original price of the Luxman, said based on many reviews and his personal audition of the CD5005, we couldn't go wrong. "Quite superior to your old unit," he understated. "Crutchfield has it for $400 and they ship gratis." It arrived quickly and I left it on overnight for a quick break-in before listening. The stage is immense, depth exceptional and overall sound is rich and full without embellishments, transparent, and contains accurate detail without etching. Highs are smooth--particularly strings, bass is solid and fast, and transitions are natural. Some older CDs bring smiles--they are that much better. In fact, our entire collection elicits comments from my wife and I as some details are heard for the first time. Overall, the very musical 5005 has given us another up-scale sound system. Very highly recommended. And thanks, Crutchfield for your input and service.
Pros: Exceptional sound, excellent appearance, easy operation.
Cons: Could use larger characters on the screen. Remote a bit clunky.
I had a Kenwood DP-880SG that just got worn out and needed a replacement. A high end of good quality, rep and at a fair price. After reading and listening I decided on the Marantz CD5005. Knowing their reputation and quality control I gave this CD Player a try. I was not disappointed and are very satisfied with my purchased. The CDs come through clear and renewed. The Player is of good construction and easy to operate. I do recommend the Marantz DP5005 CD Player
Pros: Good construction and clear sound...
Cons: Operating buttons are small and hard to read their function.
This is a great brand and I had a Marantz cd player before this one and it lasted for 2 decades. Hopefully this will be our last. Great service and quick deliver!
I was using a Sony DVD player as my CD listening source. It sounded OK but was such a pain to use - all the controls/commands were delayed by 5-10 sec!! This player is a joy to use and the sound is terrific. There's detail previously unheard and I was somewhat swayed by the 3 yr warranty. I'm very happy to have a new, upgraded system (gave my daughter my vintage system) and so far, no complaints.
Pros: Great sound.
The Marantz CD 5005 is amazing and can compete with high end cd players that cost hundred of dollars more. the added upgrades really shows in the detail soundstage. Punch,nuance,the nice air,warmth and clarity plus increase volume through the amp. I wittness no jitters or fatigue. I really enjoy listrening to my cd collections again. Marantz CD 5005 is very afordable and has been recommended by virtually every pro hifi dealer ,HiFi magazine out there. Big time buzz about this very musical machine.Great price,super performance.Marantz does it again. Find out what the buzz is albout. Get one and listen.
Pros: for a mid price player.it sounds more exspensive and compareable to top hi end brands.
Cons: there really is none. you are getting more then what you pay for!
Great CD Player. I recently bought this to compliment my Marantz PM5005 Integrated amp and they sound great together.
Pros: Rich Sound quality. Remote works with my Integrated amp so I only need one for everything.
Cons: The display is a little small so it's kind of hard to read the track number from a short distance.
Five star sound production. Little annoyances...red light POWER button always on when machine is OFF but no green light when machine in ON so you can't find it in the dark.. Delay displaying and playing tracks is longer than I'm used to.
Pros: sound production has really good depth and clarity
Cons: delay in setting up to play after turning POWER on and delay when selecting tracks longer than I'm used to. Red light stays on when machine is OFF but no green light to show power button when machine is ON.
We as Musicians listen a little differently than most in that we really have to hear all the bits and pieces clearly for learning the parts but we all want to hear the music clearly and cleanly. Marantz has done just that for us in a most analog sort of way. This machine really reminds me of a two inch tape recorder which I guess shows my age! It sounds that good! Everything in the music is there including the parts you've never heard before. Be prepared to listen to all of your music again because that's how good this deck is. For the people who like to play their instrument along with the CD there is a pitch control to adjust things for you and it is defeat-able for just pure listening bliss. You have found your CD player here from Marantz and your search is over, add to that Crutchfield's total support and commitment to customer satisfaction. You just can't go wrong here with this product or company. Thank You!
Pros: Simple, intuitive and a fantastic headphone amp with a always balanced level control!
Cons: Put your CD cleaner disc in there first because everything in this world needs cleaning first!
I was a little nervous about purchasing a middle of the road priced CD player as all my previous gear is all high end stuff. After about 30 years my Nakamichi player finally started to act up and figured repairs on a unit that old didn't make much sense. I don't know if CD players have gotten that much better over the years or if this is just an awesome piece of equipment. It out performed all my expectations. I've always preferred the sound of an album over the sound of a CD because of the lack of good quality mid range but this thing sounds amazing and I'm playing more CDs than albums now for the first time. It has more punch and is even louder which I'm not really sure how since I'm using the same amps. I'm very impressed and would recommend this player to anyone and not think twice about it. I can only hope it last as long as the Nakamichi did but I doubt I'll be around long enough to find out LOL. Take my word for it you wont be disappointed...Rock on
Pros: Sound quality and stylish looks.
Cons: Couldn't get the CD-Rom owners manual to down load but was able to down load it through goggle.
|CD Transport Only||No|
Single Disc |
|Direct Track Access||Yes|
|Direct Disc Access||N/A|
|Display Color||Bluish white|
|Multiple CD Player Control||---|
|Parts Warranty||3 Years|
|Labor Warranty||3 Years|
|CD Frequency Response||2-20k Hz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||110 dB|
|SACD Frequency Response||Not Compatible|
|SACD Dynamic Range||Not Given|
|SACD THD||Not Given|
|Analog RCA Output||Yes|
|Analog XLR Output||No|
|Digital Optical Output||Yes|
|Digital Coaxial Output||Yes|
Disc Compatibility: The Marantz CD5005 Single Disc CD Player can play CD, CD-Text, CD-R, and CD-RW discs (both 12cm and 8cm discs). The CD5005 supports MP3 and WMA audio files that have been recorded onto CD-R or CD-RW discs in ISO9660 mode 1/2 or Juliet/Romeo disc format. The Marantz CD player will recognize up to 255 total files and folders on a single disc. The unit will also display CD-Text, ID3, and WMA song/artist information.
|Playable Files (Extension)||File Specifications|
|MP3 (.mp3)||Sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 kHz |
Bit rate: 32 kbps to 320 kbps
File format: MPEG1 Audio Layer 3
Tag Data: ID3 (ver.1.x - 2.x)
|WMA (.wma)||Sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 kHz |
Bit rate: 64 kbps to 192 kbps
File format: Windows Media Audio
Tag Data: WMA
Note: When there are multiple folders containing MP3/WMA files, the playback order of folders is automatically set when this unit reads the media. The files in each folder are played back in the order in which the files were recorded on the media, from the oldest date and time.
24-bit/192kHz DAC: The CD5005 features high resolution D/A conversion and is equipped with the reference class CS4398 D/A converter, which provides up to 192kHz/24-bit resolution for optimum fidelity with high resolution audio file types.
HDAM-SA2 (High Definition Amplifier Module): The CD5005 utilizes Marantz's Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module, or HDAM, at critical analog circuit junctions to insure smooth and ultra-fast signal transfer from one stage to another. Marantz uses HDAMs instead of standard op-amps, to render a more dynamic sound with less susceptibility to radiated noise, heat, and vibration. The unit uses an HDAM-SA2 for high-speed and high-quality sound.
Symmetrical Circuit Layout: To achieve the best possible sonic performance, signal paths need to be short, direct and mirror imaged. The construction of the Marantz CD5005's circuitry provides improved stereo imaging by ensuring close to perfect symmetry between right and left channel layout.
High-Grade Headphone Circuit: The high-grade headphone circuit incorporates a high-speed buffer amplifier to enable headphone listening of high quality sound reproduction, late at night or in other such situations.
Aluminum Front Panel: The unit's front-panel combines the structural advantages of extruded aluminum with the resonance absorption characteristics of glass-reinforced resin.
20 Track Music Calendar: A linear music calendar appears at the bottom of the display, and lights up with the number of tracks on the currently selected disc, up to 20. An "arrow" icon indicates the presence of 21 or more tracks. After a track has been played, the number for that track disappears from the calendar display. In addition, the tracks selected during Program Play appear in the music calendar display, and disappear after they are played.
Note: This Music Calendar is only available when playing back Audio CDs.
Gold Plated Outputs: The CD player features gold plated outputs in order to offer the best connection for your system. The terminals are chassis-mounted so they can take the strain of audiophile interconnects.
Digital Outputs: Two digital outputs, one optical (Toslink) and one coaxial (RCA), are provided for sending signal to the digital input terminals of a receiver, outboard D/A converter, or CD recorder.
Analog Output: The CD player also features a stereo RCA output for analog connection.
Headphone Jack: The unit has a front panel 1/4" headphone jack with level control. The high-grade headphone circuit incorporates a high-speed buffer amplifier to enable headphone listening of high quality sound reproduction.
Remote Input/Output: Two RCA jacks (1 In/1 Out) are provided for connecting the player and another Marantz A/V component for system remote control purposes. The accompanying switch allows you to select the remote control mode you desire: External (when the player is connected to another component's remote control jacks) or Internal (when the player is used as a standalone component).
Audio Enhancers: The Marantz CD5005 incorporates various audio adjustments to enhance your listening experience.
Search Options: The CD5005 offers the following search options.
Playback Functions: The CD5005 provides the following options for disc playback.
Remote Control: In addition the unit's from panel controls, the single CD player comes supplied with a dedicated full-feature IR remote control for wireless operation of the CD5005. In addition, the remote has controls for a connected Marantz amplifier with input selection, volume control, and mute.
Auto Standby: With Auto Standby On, you can automatically set this unit to standby mode after the CD player is in stop-mode (no operation) continuously for approximately 30 minutes.
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double-layered metal bottom plate for vibration resistance
front-panel USB input (type A) for USB flash drive or Apple® iOS® device
USB input supports WAV, MP3, AAC, and WMA file playback
loses pitch control
Single-disc CD player
Single-disc CD player/USB port for iPod®/iPhone®
Single-disc CD player
Single-disc CD player with USB port for iPod®/iPhone®