Almost all vintage receivers are built to a better standard of quality than brand-new receivers. In fact, I don't think it is possible to buy a new receiver that is built to the same standard of quality as a Marantz 2325. If such a receiver does exist, the price tag will be in the thousands of dollars, you can be certain about that.

I bought my Marantz 2325 about two and a half years ago for $ 450 with the wood cabinet , before that I owned a 2252b I loved this receiver but when I found the 2325 on Craigslist I had to buy it and believe me I think I scored pretty good , it's probably one of the best purchases I have ever made . Almost all vintage receivers are built to a better standard of quality than brand-new receivers. In fact, I don't think it is possible to buy a new receiver that is built to the same standard of quality as a Marantz 2325. If such a receiver does exist, the price tag will be in the thousands of dollars, you can be certain about that.