JVC R-S77

This JVC R-S77 is another transitional era receiver, produced at a time when manufacturers were moving from silver faces, wood cabinets, knobs and analog dials to digital displays, colorful LED’s, sliders and push buttons. The …

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JVC JR-S300 Mk II

You might consider this JVC JR-S300 Mark II receiver ugly but it definitely has a distinct look.  Very industrial looking.  The slanted tuning dial and lack of knobs also give it a bit of a …

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JVC JR-S600 MARK II

This is one receiver you’re not likely to see very often. It’s one of the early offerings from JVC the JVC JR-S600 Mk II. It was manufactured around 1977-1981 and featured 120 watts per channel …

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