Following on from the April launch of the Melody X, Marantz has launched the new Marantz Melody M-CR412, featuring CD playback, FM/DAB+ radio and built-in Bluetooth.

Built on the recently introduced Melody X Network CD Receiver (M-CR612), the new Melody Hi-Fi CD Receiver (M-CR412) is crafted with the same materials fitted into a small footprint.

Marantz Melody M-CR412

The maximum power output is rated at 2x 60 Watts with four channels of high-efficiency, low-distortion digital audio amplification, you can connect two pairs of loudspeakers and drive them with independent volume control for each pair. It even offers a bi-amping mode and there is a USB-A input supporting high-resolution music playback including FLAC, ALAC or DSD files.

Home Cinema

Users can connect their digital TV or cable/satellite set-top box and a Blu-ray or DVD player to either of the two digital audio inputs. The Melody can automatically wake when sensing an audio signal from the television, and can be programmed to work with a TV’s remote for volume, mute and source selection, which makes swapping remotes while browsing through the TV stations obsolete.Smartphone users can easily stream their music to the Melody via Bluetooth.

Price And Availability

It is available from June 15th in black or classic silver-gold finishes for £449.

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