Fisher RS-1060

Many would consider this Fisher RS-1060 a monster receiver since it produces 125 watts per channel. It was manufactured from 1977 until 1979 and retailed for around $700. Emerson Electric took over Fisher in the …

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Fisher RS-2004A

The Fisher RS-2004A was an early 1980’s product made during the time Fisher Studio Standard was owned by Sanyo. Many discount this era as being a time when Fisher products were cheaply made and performed …

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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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Sansui G-3500

From Sansui’s G-x500 line, this is the Sansui G-3500 Pure Power Stereo Receiver. It was at the bottom end of the G-x500 line. Produced from 1978-1981 it retailed for roughly $275 and produces 26 watts …

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Sansui Six

The Sansui Six Am/FM stereo receiver was produced from 1972 to around 1974. It retailed for $399.99. It was the smallest of Sansui’s single digit receivers and produced 34 watts per channel into 8 ohms. …

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Pioneer SX-880

The Pioneer SX-xx80 series came after the SX-xx50. This Pioneer SX-880 is a classic example of that generation of Pioneer receivers and was the last of the 800 series. It premiered around 1978 and retailed …

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Realistic STA-100

The Realistic STA-100 is a nice little receiver that was at the lower end of the performance spectrum for Realistic. It was produced from 1979 through 1981 in Korea and retailed for $279.95. The Realistic …

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Marantz 2215

This little Marantz 2215 receiver was an entry level model from Marantz in the early 1970’s. It was produced from 1971 up to 1973 at their California facility. It retailed for about $250.00 at the …

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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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