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Marantz CD6007 Single-disc CD player with USB port for thumb drives

Item # 642CD6007

This player builds on the Marantz legacy, offering warm, detailed sound at a great value.

This player builds on the Marantz legacy, offering warm, detailed sound at a great value.

Item # 642CD6007

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C$999.00 -C$100.00 Price break

About the Marantz CD6007

Eric A.

Clear, dynamic CD sound

Marantz has been making top-notch CD players for decades now. The CD6007 follows in the footsteps of its acclaimed predecessors, offering warm, detailed sound. The company's proprietary analog audio circuitry provides fast signal transfer and excellent transient response. A front-panel Type-A USB port lets you plug in a thumb drive loaded with your favourite high-res digital files. The built-in high-grade 24-bit/192kHz digital-to-analog converter with selectable digital filter lets you tailor its performance to your listening preference.

Product highlights:

  • plays CDs, CD-Rs & CD-RWs plus WMA, MP3 and AAC CDs
  • front-panel USB input (Type A) for USB flash drives
    • supports FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC and DSD file playback
  • high-performance digital-to-analog converter handles high-res files from USB up to 24-bit-/192kHz (DSD up to 5.6MHz)
  • selectable digital filter lets you tailor the DAC's performance to your listening preference
  • double-layered metal bottom plate for vibration resistance
  • Marantz HDAM® (Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module) SA2 used in analog circuitry for faster signal transfer and better transient response
  • robust, high-speed power supply for rich, dynamic sound
  • frequency response: 2-20,000 Hz
  • signal-to-noise ratio: 110 dB
  • total harmonic distortion: 0.002%
  • remote control included
  • detachable power cable
  • optical and coaxial digital outputs
  • gold-plated stereo analog RCA output
  • built-in headphone amplifier with full-size (1/4") front-panel headphone jack and volume control
  • IR flasher input
  • remote control input/output (for use with compatible Marantz receivers and amps)
Dimensions and warranty:
  • dimensions (measured by Crutchfield): 17-3/8"W x 4-1/8"H x 15-5/16"D
  • weight: 14.3 lbs.
  • warranty: 3 years
  • MFR # CD6007/U1B

What's in the box:

  • CD player
  • 6' AC power cord
  • Wireless remote (RC004PMCD)
  • 2 "AAA" batteries
  • 3' Stereo RCA cable
  • 2' Mono-RCA cable
  • Owner's Manual on CD-ROM
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Safety Instructions
  • Warranty Information

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More details on the Marantz CD6007

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Features & specs

Disc Capacity 1
CD Transport Only No
Disc Exchange N/A
Track Programming 25
Random Play Yes
Direct Track Access Yes
Direct Disc Access N/A
Networking Features
Network Music Streaming No
Ethernet Port No
Wi-Fi No
Remote Included
Parts Warranty 3 Years
Labor Warranty 3 Years
CD-R Playback Yes
CD-RW Playback Yes
Stereo SACD Playback N
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
Digital Optical Input No
Digital Coaxial Input No
USB Type-A Input Yes
USB Type-B Input No
Analog RCA Output Yes
Analog XLR Output No
Digital Optical Output Yes
Digital Coaxial Output Yes
Headphone Output 1/4"
The Marantz CD6007 replaces these items:

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Marantz HDAM Technology: Marantz developed its own discrete circuit boards to replace standard ICs. These HDAMs consist of discrete surface mount components with short mirror image L/R signal paths. These devices do exactly the same thing as the Op-Amps but outperform the regular IC Op-amps dramatically in terms of the Slew Rate and reduced noise level, resulting in more dynamic, accurate and detailed sound. In the CD6007, the proprietary HDAM-SA2 circuit improves on its previous HDAM module for a more stable power supply. The idling current stability is less influenced by power transistor temperatures to maintain sound performance even at high level output.

Reference Quality DAC with Selectable Filters: The Marantz CD6007 features a new Hi-Res D/A conversion. It is equipped with a reference class D/A converter, offering two selectable filter options, and provides up to 24-bit/192kHz and DSD 5.6MHz resolution for optimum musical fidelity with tight bass, pleasant mids and smooth extended highs for CD playback and Hi-Res formats from a USB thumbdrive. The CD6007 introduces a new selectable digital filter option. This two-mode filter (Filter1/Filter2) allows optimized reproduction of digital music content using the reference class D/A converter to your taste. Filter 1 is a slow roll-off preset that improves deep stereo imaging while Filter 2 is a sharp roll-off filter for more precise imaging reproduction.

High Current Power Supply: The audio power supply employs high speed, high current Shottky Barrier Diodes and new higher value current storage capacitors compared to the previous model. The size of the power supply capacitors has been increased by 120% for improved current stability and reduced AC noise during high demanding listening sessions.

Disc Compatibility: The Marantz CD6007 can play CD-Audio, CD-R, and CD-RW discs (both 12cm and 8cm discs). The CD6007 supports MP3 and WMA audio files (up to 320kbps/48kHz) 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 256 folders folders and 512 total files. The unit will also display MP3-ID3 and WMA-text for song/artist/album information (no album art).

Note: The Marantz CD6007 does not support SACD, DVD-Audio, or CD-Text.

USB-A Port: The Marantz CD6007 is outfitted with a front-panel USB (type-A) port for connection of a USB MSC (mass storage class) device, such as a USB thumbdrive. The CD6007 can playback compressed MP3/WMA/AAC music files (up to 320kbps/48kHz); Apple Lossless ALAC music files (up to 24-bit/96kHz); Hi-Res WAV/FLAC/AIFF music files (up to 24-bit/192kHz);and DSD music files (up to 1-bit/5.6MHz) from a compatible USB device. The unit can recognize up to 255 folders and 65,025 total files.

Note: The USB-A port does not support Apple iOS or Android devices, Windows PC or Mac computers, and USB hubs or card-readers.

Analog & Digital Outputs: The Marantz CD6007 is outfitted with both analog & digital audio outputs. There is an analog stereo RCA output, one optical (toslink) digital output, and one coaxial (SPDIF) digital output.

Headphone Amplifier: Compared to the previous model, the CD6007 offers an improved and redesigned headphone amplifier section. The CD6007 inherits the exclusive Marantz HDAM-SA2 circuit with three gain settings (Low/Mid/High) for a perfect match with almost any brand of headphones for an optimal solo listening experience. However, if you prefer, the headphone amp is also equipped with an “Off Circuit” function that automatically turns off the headphone amplifier when a headphone is not connected to the unit to avoid any unwanted interference or noise.

Two-Line Florescent Display: For optimum visual clarity, the CD6007 features a deluxe two-line fluorescent display that features alphanumeric characters (up to 16) for song/artist/album information (no album art or CD-Text). The display is dimmable.

Remote Control: The supplied IR remote control features an easy to use ergonomic design and can control the CD6007, as well as control the matching PM6007 integrated stereo amplifier (sold separately). The remote can also be used to control your connected USB MSC device (thumbdrive). The CD player also includes a Remote Input/Output and Flasher Input.

  • Remote Input/Output: Two RCA jacks (1 In/1 Out) are provided for connecting the player and another Marantz AV 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).
  • Flasher In: This 3.5mm minijack input is used to control this unit using an optional keypad (sold separately) from another room of your house.

Playback Functions: The Marantz CD player offers playback functions such as Play/Pause, Stop, Fast Forward/Rewind, Random/Repeat, Direct Search (0-9), and Program Play (25 tracks)

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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18 questions already asked

Hello ~ When was this unit manufactured ? Is it AK or RSS DAC ?
michael  Feb 01, 2024
1 answer
The Marantz CD6007 features a new Hi-Res D/A conversion and is equipped with a reference class D/A converter, offering two selectable filter options, and provides up to 24-bit/192kHz and DSD 5.6MHz resolution for optimum musical fidelity with tight bass, pleasant mids and smooth extended highs Michael. The specific DAC used is not disclosed by Marantz. The CD6007 was released in October of 2020. I hope this helps!
bo  Feb 01, 2024 (Staff)
When using "program" mode, is the transition from track to track seamless? Some players have a audible pause/jump while the laser seeks out the next track.
jeremy  Jan 01, 2024
5 answers
There is an audible silence between programmed tracks. Depending on how the outgoing track rolls off, this silence can range fro 1-3 seconds. It sounds like the minimum is about a second.
richard  Jan 11, 2024
I just tried it on mine with two Grateful Dead tracks that go into each other (Slipknot>Franklin's Tower) and there is no audible pause. Sounds like it should as though it was being played seamless.
leland  Jan 11, 2024
I tested the behavior of my unit by programming a transition from track 1 to track 20 (using a 2017 Erato Veritas CD of Handel and Wassenaer Concerti Grossi). I can hear no pause that is longer than the short silence that ordinarily occurs between tracks when played in sequence. I did the same with an older CD jumping from track 1 to 5 or further, with the same result. My unit, purchased in mid summer of 2023, seems to behave fine in this respect. I'm also pleased with the sound quality pairing this CD player with a passive preamp and my Golden Tube amplifier.
clyde william  Jan 08, 2024
I first tested this by programming the tracks of the medley from Abbey Road in order, and I'm very pleased to report that it did not insert gaps between them. Then I tried programming just the first and last tracks from a CD, and the transition between them was inaudible and seemed pretty fast. I hope this answers your question!
jeffrey  Jan 07, 2024
I have not noticed any pause in the music I listen to on this player. Albums like OK Computer from Radiohead, Dark Side from Pink Floyd, and Extreme II: Pornographitti are all examples of albums that would likely pick up what you are describing. This is easily one of the smoothest players I have owned. Hope that helps!
roland  Jan 06, 2024
Will this unit play Blu-Ray Audio CDs?
rob  Nov 26, 2023
1 answer
The CD6007 will not play Blu-ray audio discs.
zachary  Nov 26, 2023 (Staff)
Sorry to be so stupid but does this unit (i.e., the Marantz CD6007) have built-in speakers? And is the expected date (i.e., Dec 6th 2023) a true one or could it slip forward several months into 2024? Thank you
yzzy  Sep 24, 2023
1 answer
Thank you for your question! The Marantz CD6007 does not feature built-in speakers. It must be used with other equipment (e.g., a receiver and speakers, powered standalone speakers, etc.). The expected restock date is based on information provided to us from the manufacturer/vendor. It is possible that the units could restock sooner or later than this date. I highly recommend signing up for email/text alerts for restock.
zachary  Sep 24, 2023 (Staff)
What is the color?
david  Apr 30, 2023
1 answer
Greetings David, and thank you for your question. The color is classified as black.
hogan  Apr 30, 2023 (Staff)
A couple of CDs skip on my new Marantz 6007, but they track fine on my cheap computer disc drive. Is my Marantz defective?
cliff  Dec 06, 2022
1 answer
It does not sound like it L, but I will not be able to confirm from here. Computer disk drives can often do a better job reading a potentially scratched CD than a critical listening player like the Marantz as it has a much more sensitive laser eye. If the problem persists, I would try burning a fresh copy of the CD via computer for use with the Marantz. If the problem persists and you do feel like it may be an issue, I advise reaching out to Marantz at 1-800-654-6633, these CD6007's do come with a 3-year warranty when purchased new.
bo  Dec 06, 2022 (Staff)
Can the feet be removed and the unit rack mounted? How many RUs?
steven  Sep 23, 2022
1 answer
This unit is not designed for attaching rack mounting ears. It would be possible to use a rack mounted shelf for placement, but it would be necessary to have 3U clearance with the shelf.
zachary  Sep 23, 2022 (Staff)
Does this device have music server capability? (load 1 cd, store some songs: load another cd and store some more songs .... before playing all the stored songs) ?
fred  Apr 19, 2022
2 answers
No. This is only a CD player. No storage or streaming.
henry  Apr 20, 2022
No, this is only a CD player and does not have the ability to RIP or store CD content on a harddrive.
chris  Apr 19, 2022
As of fall 2021 does the Marantz CD6007 still have the AKM DAC it was designed with or was the DAC changed in order to get this player back in production?
andrew  Oct 08, 2021
1 answer
Due to the fire at the AKM factory last fall, it is possible the new units feature a different, yet comparable DAC.
thomas  Oct 13, 2021 (Staff)
Does the marantz cd6007 have have the ability to connect a subwoofer?
roger  Sep 24, 2021
3 answers
Roger. No the CD player connects directly to your amp! That being said this is very best CD player I have ever owned it was an upgrade to an Onkyo 6 disc CD changer that sounded adequate at best. The Marantz sound quality is life like, I have audiophile quality components and did not really listen to CDs because I was unhappy with the sound quality! That has changed with this unit, it is simply amazing and I listen to it all the time! If you purchase, I assure you that you will not regret your decision!
robert  Sep 25, 2021
No. The CD6007 is not capable of driving any speakers on its own. It is designed to be used with an integrated or pre amplifier.
henry  Sep 24, 2021
No, the CD6007 is a stand-alone CD player, which means it doesn't connect directly to your speakers or subwoofer. In order to use a subwoofer with a stand-alone CD player, you will need to connect the CD player to an amplifier. For example, I'm using the CD6007 with a PM8006 amp, and my speakers and subwoofer connect to the PM8006. I highly recommend the CD6007!
chris  Sep 24, 2021
Will this ever be back in stock?
dan  May 23, 2021
1 answer
We sure do hope so! The last information we got from Marantz is that it is still a current production model and they will get more to us once they can.
jason  Jun 09, 2021 (Staff)
When playing from the USB port, does the unit have a relay that clicks every time it moves from one song to the next?
jeffrey  Mar 23, 2021
1 answer
This unit will not make a clicking sound when changing songs being played through the USB port and if you are using a solid state USB MSC device to hold the music (like a USB thumbdrive) then the drive should not make noises either
jason  Apr 13, 2021 (Staff)
Which output provides the best sounds quality, the Analog or Optical Out? I know the answer to this question is subjective but I'd like to hear opinions.
david  Mar 18, 2021
3 answers
Yes I have Used both. I think for me it sounded similar. :) Rock ON!
chris  Mar 19, 2021
Well you are correct about it being subjective. I personally prefer using the analog outputs with quality cables in my system. I feel that the analog outs provide me a little warmer more comfortable sound. I found the optical a touch too bright so I stayed with the analog.
henry  Mar 18, 2021
There's a subjective element to this question and there's also some dependency on your preamp/amp. For example, some amps have better analog inputs than digital inputs so you really need to know where you're sending the signal to know which option is best. Generally though, I prefer optical because it's not susceptible to RF interference like RCA or Coax are.
chris  Mar 18, 2021
Will USB Port play direct from IPhone?
william  Jan 09, 2021
1 answer
This unit's USB port was not given the drivers to recognize an Apple iOS device and will not play music from one. I wish I had different news for you there. We typically do have units with a USB port that can recognize select Apple iOS devices. I recommend contacting an advisor by calling 1-800-324-9695 to check our current offerings for a compatible player.
jason  Jan 25, 2021 (Staff)
Can I connect this CD player to powered speakers?
james r  Dec 28, 2020
3 answers
Presumably you're connecting CD player to a receiver or pre-amp and using RCA interconnects, so the question is likely more between that and speakers rather than the CD player itself. I don't use wireless speakers and reckon that aspect wouldn't be an issue with a CD player or any source component. Better to ask Crutchfield about this aspect I'd think.
edward j  Dec 29, 2020
I've never used powered speakers but if one has rca inputs I would think it should work.
henry  Dec 28, 2020
I have this CD player and it works great with AudioEngine HD3 powered speakers. Make sure that your speakers have RCA input and volume control.
chris  Dec 28, 2020

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