MCINTOSH MAC-6700......10/10 CONDITION---I CAN'T FIND A BLEMISH
I'M SECOND OWNER---GOT IT FROM AN ESTATE SALE HERE IN FLORIDA. DR. PASSED AWAY. IT WAS IN HIS 2ND SYSTEM.
McIntosh has clearly designed this beast of a receiver to deliver performance every bit as stunning as their separate amps, preamps, and tuners, only with the convenience of a single chassis. And they provided all the inputs needed for music lovers to enjoy their favorite analog and digital sources.
Along with its sonic attributes, the MAC6700 boasts the classic McIntosh look — black glass front panel, glowing blue power meters, big metal knobs, and illuminated logo. And, this gorgeous receiver is designed and built right here in the USA.
Enjoy all your music at its best, from high-res digital files to vinyl
The MAC6700 features multiple analog and digital inputs, a potent stereo amplifier, and a superb radio tuner.
With a total of 11 audio inputs, including three digital connections, the MAC6700 offers some of the best versatility we've seen on a stereo receiver. For your analog audio gear, you'll find five unbalanced RCA inputs, plus a balanced XLR input for professional or high-end source components. The high-quality built-in phono preamp provides separate connections for a turntable with either a moving-magnet or moving-coil cartridge.
Your digital sources are covered, too, with inputs that give you access to the receiver's high-performance digital-to-analog converter (DAC). It's a great way to seriously upgrade the sound from your disc player, music streamer, or TV. The USB input handles digital music files up to 24-bit/192kHz for enjoying high-resolution audio from your computer.
Power to spare
One area where many receivers often get dinged for their performance is their amplifier section. Not so with the MAC6700! This powerful, 76-pound titan delivers a whopping 200 watts per channel. And you can count on smooth, warm, non-fatiguing sound that McIntosh amplifiers are known for. One reason is the company's patented output Autoformers. These special output transformers feature dedicated connections for speaker impedances of 8, 4, or 2 ohms to ensure that the receiver will deliver its full rated power into any speaker load. It's an expensive way to build an amp, but it means that even exotic, difficult-to-drive high-end speakers will perform admirably with the MAC6700.
A Home Theater Pass Through feature lets you make the MAC6700 part of a multichannel surround sound system. The right and left front channels from an A/V processor or surround decoder can pass through the receiver's analog inputs, allowing you to bring its full 200 watts per channel to bear on your main front speakers.
Even with the growing number of music sources out there, over-the-air radio still holds magic. If you want to enjoy it through your system with the best sound possible, you need a great tuner, like the one McIntosh built into the MAC6700. It's been carefully crafted to deliver optimum sound from AM and FM radio broadcasts. With 20 presets available for each radio band, you'll have quick access to your favorite stations
A world-famous audio heritage, made in America.
200 watts x 2 channels into 2, 4, or 8 ohms
total harmonic distortion: 0.005% at 20-20,000 Hz
frequency response: 10-100,000 Hz (+0, -3dB)
signal-to-noise ratio: 95dB (line level), 84dB (phono MM) 82dB (phono MC), 113dB (power amp)
wide-band damping factor: greater than 40
built-in McIntosh Digital Engine up-sampling DAC for decoding digital audio sources
AM/FM tuner with 20 presets per radio band
built-in High Drive headphone amplifier
large power transformer with multiple filter capacitors and regulated power supply ensures stable, noise-free operation
patented McIntosh output Autoformers ensure every connected speaker receives full power regardless of its impedance
patented McIntosh Power Guard circuit prevents amplifier clipping to protect speakers
Sentry Monitor and Thermal Protection circuits provide long amplifier operating life and protection against overheating
Home Theater Pass Through mode allows receiver's amplifier to become part of a multichannel sound system
fiber optic illuminated glass front panel for a beautiful appearance and long-term durability
adjustable front-panel display brightness settings
illuminated power meters (with illumination on/off settings)
handcrafted at McIntosh's Binghamton, New York factory
USB (Type B) input for connection to a computer
supported bit depth and sample rates: up to 32-bit/192kHz
dedicated McIntosh USB audio driver required for playback on a Windows® PC
(free USB driver download available from McIntosh's website)
1 optical and 1 coaxial digital audio input
supported bit depth and sample rates: up to 32-bit/96kHz
1 set of balanced stereo XLR inputs
5 stereo RCA audio inputs
separate RCA phono inputs for moving magnet (MM) and moving coil (MC) cartridges
adjustable input impedance loading for optimum sonic performance with a range of MC cartridges (50-, 100-, 200-, 400-, and 1000-ohm settings)
IR input for connecting an IR receiver
custom McIntosh gold-plated binding-post speaker connectors with 2-ohm, 4-ohm, and 8-ohm output taps to match speaker impedance
full-size headphone output (20-600 ohms recommended impedance)
RCA preamp out/power amp input jacks
Other Info and Specs:
asynchronous USB technology for reduced timing jitter and better sound
bass and treble controls with tone control circuitry bypass settings for each individual input source
Power Control output provides convenient turn-on/off of McIntosh source components
6 Data Ports provide remote control of connected McIntosh source components
RS232-C connector for connection to a computer or other control device
17-1/2"W x 7-5/8"H x 22"D
weight: 76 lbs.
The Dust on Top (Middle-Right) is Dust. NOT a Blemish. I packed it and I'm not going to take another Picture