Pioneer SX-434

The Pioneer SX-434 was basically the bottom end of the Pioneer lineup from 1974-1976. There was, of course, the unforgettable Pioneer SX-300 which pumped out 7 watts per channel but that receiver tended to be …

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Sansui 9090

I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that the Sansui 9090 receiver is one of the best receivers ever made because it is. A fully restored Sansui 9090 is something to behold both visually and …

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Yamaha RX-450

The Yamaha RX-450 receiver isn’t the silver faced, wood encased stereo that most people think of when they think vintage receivers. But, introduced in 1990, it really is a borderline vintage receiver now. It also …

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Marantz 2215B

Introduced in 1973 the Marantz 2215B receiver is one of the classic “baby” Marantz stereos. It originally retailed for around $250 but came down in price until its last year on the market in 1977. …

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Marantz 2220

The Marantz 2220 was an entry level model in 1973 but was still a very good performing receiver which retailed for about $300. While officially producing 20 watts per channel many report that it is …

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NAD 7220PE

Introduced around 1987 this NAD 7220PE Power Envelope receiver was one of NAD’s lower end offerings at the time. It is rated at just 20 watts per channel into 8 ohms. NAD’s goal was to …

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