Marantz 70th Anniversary Experience in NYC Open to the Public

Marantz, the iconic company started by audio pioneer Saul Marantz in 1953, is inviting the public to visit a 7000-square-foot immersive, interactive exhibit in New York City to celebrate its 70th anniversary.

The House of Marantz at Spring Studios, in the city’s trendy TriBeCa section, will open its doors to the public on Wednesday, July 12, between 11am and 7pm. Admission is free. The exhibit will include:

  • A museum featuring rare audio gear and highlighting the history of hi-fi to commemorate the brand’s 70-year legacy
  • A headphone listening station showcasing Marantz amplifiers with headphones from sister brand Denon
  • A record store stocked by Vinyl Me Please
  • Coffee from Intelligentsia Coffee and a selection of wines curated by master sommelier Grant Reynolds of Parcelle at Café du Son

Spring Studios is a short distance from the entrance to the Holland Tunnel in Lower Manhattan. The address is:

Spring Studios
6 St. Johns Ln.
New York, NY

Walk-ins are welcome to stop by for a self-guided tour, but RSVPs are strongly encouraged in order to ensure access to 30-minute listening sessions that will run throughout the day. Click here to secure your spot.

jimtavegia's picture

I hope many are able to attend.

jond's picture

I'll be in NYC in a few weeks and will definitely swing by.

Ortofan's picture

... only open on July 12th.

jond's picture

Can anyone at Stereophile confirm that and is there a closing date? Edit looks like you are right darn one day only!

volvic's picture

Pity, bringing all this great gear for what appears to be only a one day exhibit. Was hoping to put my summer Friday to good use.

jimtavegia's picture

I would read that as no closing date specified, but probably wrong.

volvic's picture

They said three days only from July 10 -12.

ednazarko's picture

Wouldn't it be awesome if every post anywhere about an event included the dates of the event?