Mar 29, 2019
Marantz has presented their TT42P turntable – the upgraded version of the TT42 with a pre-installed cartridge and built-in phono pre-amp. See price Article navigation Design Setup Features Co...Read More
The Marantz TT42P vs Denon DP-300F features comparison shows that these models are perfect if you need a good turntable. They have built-in phono. The TT42P output level is 4 mV nominal at 1 kHz, while the DP-300F output level is 2.5 mV nominal at 1 kHz.
These two solutions use the moving magnet cartridge type. However, the appropriate needle pressure of the Marantz TT42P is 2.2 g – compare it with the needle pressure of the DP-300F which is 5 g. the headshell weight is 3 and 10 g respectively. Both turntables have two-speed options – 33.3 and 45 RPM.
The Denon DP-300F vs Marantz TT42P design comparison proves that both models are built well and manufacturers use the high-grade components.
Both models look very similar – they have a transparent dust cover. The tonearm is straight and there are ports on the back panel. The knobs are located near the tonearm. Both models have firm construction which eliminates any resonance and vibration. These models are easy to use.
The dimensions are 14.2x16.5x4.7 in for the Marantz TT42P versus 15x17.1x4.8 in for the Denon DP-300F. The weight is 11.2 and 12.1 pounds respectively.
The Denon DP-300F is better turntable in this comparison. Check Denon DP-300F price