Sansui 8080 DB

The Sansui 8080 DB came to market at around 1975 and lasted until around 1978.  It was price at about $650.00 and was a popular model for Sansui. It has the classic styling of a …

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Sansui G-4700

This Sansui G-4700 is from their line of Pure Power DC receivers from the late 1970’s. It was at the bottom of their G-X700 line but still produced a respectable 50 watts per channel. Sansui …

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Sansui 1000x

This great little entry level receiver is the Sansui 1000x. Introduced in 1970 it is a well built and great looking receiver. Here’s what Sansui had to say about it: With an unprecedented 100 watts …

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Sansui G-7700

From 1979 to around 1980 Sansui offered their G-X700 line which ranged from the low end G-4700 up to the top end G-9700. In the middle of the range was the Sansui G-7700 Pure Power …

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Sansui 2000X

This is the very highly thought of Sansui 2000X. When working properly there aren’t many receivers that sound as good as this one does within it’s price range. It was produced from around 1971 up …

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Sansui 1000A

Sansui made a number of iconic receivers during their run as one of the top audio producers in the world. One of those is the classic Sansui 1000A. The 1000A is a tube receiver is …

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Sansui G-5000

Pure Power! That was the tag line for Sansui’s G-Series receivers from the late 70’s and they lived up to the advertising hype. Even this mid range Sansui G-5000 is one great performer. In fact, …

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Sansui 5900Z

This is the Sansui 5900Z from Sansui’s Z series of synthesized digital receivers. Introduced in 1980 these receivers featured digital as well as analog tuning displays. While the tuner was digitally synthesized the amp section …

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Sansui 7070

If you were a Sansui fan back in the golden era of audio you would dream of having the 9090DB which, at the time, was the flagship of Sansui’s lineup. However, if you were on …

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Sansui G-33000

You’ll hear people refer to a vintage receiver sometimes and say “You don’t see those around very often”. Usually it’s hyperbole. With the monster Sansui G-33000 it’s not hyperbole. You REALLY don’t see these very …

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