Kenwood KR-8050

The Kenwood KR-8050 FM/AM Hi-Speed DC receiver as Kenwood called it was introduced in 1979. It was an advanced stereo electronically and fit into the monster receiver category by pushing out 120 watts per channel …

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Kenwood KR-4070

The Kenwood KR-4070 is a great no frills receiver the Kenwood made from 1978 until about 1981. It retailed for $300 and produces 40 watts per channel with 0.1% THD. It has the classic late …

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Kenwood KR-9400

The Kenwood Kr-9400 is one of Kenwood’s iconic receivers from the mid 1970’s and was their top of the line receiver at the time. At 120 watts per channel into 8 ohms it was an …

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Kenwood KR-5600

Produced from 1976-1978 the Kenwood KR-5600 was one of Kenwood’s mid range receivers. Above it were the KR-6600 and the monster KR-9600. Below were the KR-4600, KR-3600 and entry level KR-2600. The KR-5600 retailed for …

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Kenwood KR-2090

BOTL, or bottom of the line, receiver sounds a bit harsh for this little Kenwood KR-2090. While it only produces 16 watts per channel it’s not a bad performer. Introduced in 1978 it was an …

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Kenwood KR-6030

This is a nice Kenwood offering from circa 1978 until about late 1979. It’s the Kenwood KR-6030. It has the classic look of 1970’s Kenwood’s with the exception of the large push buttons that the …

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Kenwood KR-3600

The Kenwood KR-3600 receiver was one step up from the bottom of the line KR-2600. Both the KR-2600 and the KR-3600 utilized slightly lower grade components relative to their upper end brothers the KR-5600, KR-6600 …

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Kenwood KR-9050

Many audio enthusiasts consider a monster receiver to be one that puts out 100 watts per channel or more. Well, this Kenwood KR-9050 puts out just that – 200 watts per channel. So, I guess …

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Kenwood KR-7600

Kenwood receivers have a distinct look about them with their mix of blue, red and amber lights. Such is the case with the Kenwood KR-7600. Add the silver face plate and black dial face and …

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Kenwood KW-70

There is not a lot of information on this classic Kenwood KW-70 tube receiver from the early 1960’s. It was also badged as a Trio WX-400 in Japan. As you know, Trio later came to …

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