Sansui 9090

I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that the Sansui 9090 receiver is one of the best receivers ever made because it is. A fully restored Sansui 9090 is something to behold both visually and …

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Sansui 6060

The Sansui 6060 Receiver hit the market in 1976 and retailed for around $420.00. It was near the lower end of the Sansui lineup in the mid 1970’s. By 1978 it was reaching the end …

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Sansui 881

Released in 1974 the Sansui 881 retailed for $529.95 and was the top-of-the-line receiver in the Sansui lineup at the time. Others in the line included the 771, 661, 551, 441, 331, and 221. At …

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Sansui G-5700

The Sansui G-5700 is one of those ‘in between’ receivers that was made during the transition from analog to digital readouts. It has both a traditional analog dial as well as a digital tuner display. …

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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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Sansui G-2000

The Sansui G-2000 was added to the Sansui receiver lineup around 1977 and retailed for about $240.00. It was advertised as a High Specification AM/FM Receiver at a Competitive Price. The ‘G’ series of receivers …

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