Sansui G-22000

This is the giant Sansui G-22000. It listed at over $1400.00 and was only surpassed by it’s big brother the Sansui G-33000. The G-22000 was made from 1978 to 1980 and put out a whopping …

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Yamaha CR-450

This is the Yamaha CR-450.  This little receiver was made from 1976-1978 and was listed at $390.00. It put out 30 watts per channel and had a rated total harmonic distortion of 0.1%. It has …

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Yamaha CR-1020

The Yamaha CR-1020 was the younger brother of the Yamaha CR-3020 and CR-2020. It incorporated the trademark Yamaha styling with rectangular switches and white meter and dial faces. The CR-1020 pu out 80 watts per …

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Yamaha CR-3020

This is the monster Yamaha CR-3020 that hit the audio market in 1978. It is the BIG brother of the CR-1020 and CR-2020. The CR-3020 is rated at 160 watts per channel into 8 ohms. …

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Pioneer SX-1980

This of course is one of the icons of vintage audio.  The Pioneer SX-1980. This receiver is highly sought after today and prices can reach into the thousands for a well maintained unit. Some will …

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Marantz 4300

The Marantz 4300 Quadradial was one step down from the Marantz 4400 Quadradial.  It is a 2 channel or 4 channel receiver with built in Dolby B Noise Reduction. It also has an optional plugin …

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Yamaha CR-620

The Yamaha CR-620 was one of Yamaha’s mid-range units from 1977-1979. It put out 35 watts per channel into 8 ohms. It has the classic Yamaha styling and was rated at 0.015% total harmonic distortion. …

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Technics SA-400

The Technics SA-400 was offered from 1978 to 1979 with a list price of $360.00.  It put out 45 watts per channel and  weighed in at 19 pounds. As you can see from the picture …

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Technics SA-818

This is the classic Technics SA-818. The SA-818 put out 110 watts per channel rms. It listed for $850.00 when introduced in 1980 and weighs just under 41 pounds. The SA-818 and it’s younger brother …

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Fisher 800C

This is the Fisher 800C tube receiver. The 800c and 500c are considered by some to be a couple of the best receivers ever made.  The 800c and 500c are similar except that the 800c …

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