Sansui 9090DB

Sansui 9090DB


The Sansui 9090DB is a beautiful receiver. It hit the market around 1975 and had an MSRP of over $900.00. It features 125 watts per channel into 8 ohms and has a frequency response of 20 to 20,000 Hz.

  • Speakers: A, B, C, A+B, A+C
  • Bass: 300Hz, Defeat, 150Hz
  • Treble: 1.5kHz, Defeat, 3kHz
  • Dolby Function: Dolby FM, Play, Off, Rec 1, Rec 2
  • Loudness: On/Off
  • Mode: Stereo/Mono
  • Tape Play: Deck 2/Copy 1-2, Deck 1/Copy 1-2, Deck 1, Source, Deck 2, Deck 2/Copy 2-1, Deck 1/Copy 2-1
  • Tape Monitor 1
  • Tape Monitor 2
  • Rec Cal Tone: On/Off
  • Meter: Power Level/Dolby Level
  • Selector: Phono 1, Phono 2, FM Auto, AM, Aux




  • AC Outlet Unswitched
  • AC Outlet Switched
  • Antenna Inputs: FM 75 ohm, FM 300 ohm, AM
  • AM Ferrite Bar Antenna
  • Pre-Out 1 (L, R)
  • Pre-Out 2 (L, R)
  • Main-In (L, R)
  • Phono 1 (L, R)
  • Phono 2 (L, R)
  • Aux (L, R)
  • Tape 1 Rec (L, R)
  • Tape 1 Play (L, R)
  • Tape 2 Rec (L, R)
  • Tape 2 Play (L, R)
  • Tape 2 Rec/Play (DIN)
  • Speaker System A (L, R)
  • Speaker System B (L, R)
  • Speaker System C (L, R)


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What makes a Sansui great vs say Pioneer or Mcintosh

August 23rd, 2014 at 12:05 am

Sansui has better mids, Pioneer has better bass

July 24th, 2015 at 9:57 am

Just got one and it is a beautiful best One of the top receivers and the sound is very clear. The FM tuner pulls in stations like no other. It does not require an aux antenna. I have Pioneer, Kenwood and Sansui tuners and they all require an antenna.

October 30th, 2015 at 12:15 pm

My dad purchased his new 9090DB in 1978. I now own it, and love the sound – especially when playing LP’s. It is away right now getting some much needed service – the first it has seen. I have a cheap replacement receiver in its place and it just makes me miss the sound that much more. I am already looking for another one for the upstairs computer room.

December 29th, 2015 at 10:25 pm

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