Technics SA-200

This little receiver is the Technics SA-200. It was at the bottom end of the Technics lineup back in 1978 and retailed for around $240.00 at the time. Despite being a “low-end” stereo it is …

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Technics SA-800

The Technics SA-800 is one of Technics by Panasonics’ higher end models. It has the classic Technics look with dark insets around the knobs and warm glow of the tuning dial. The red and green …

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Technics SA-500

The Technics SA-500 is a great mid-range receiver. Not only does it perform well but it has the looks to go with it. If you’re just getting into vintage audio this is a really good …

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Technics SA-300

Well, we can’t all be monsters right? The Technics SA-300 is no monster, but it does fulfill its purpose. This little guy produces 35 watts per channel with no more than 0.04% total harmonic distortion. …

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Technics SA-225

This Technics SA-225 receiver was made during the transition from the analog era to the digital era in the early 1980’s. Similar to other receivers of that time it has both analog and digital features. …

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Technics SA-1000

This giant Technics SA-1000 receiver is one of the rarer monster receivers.  You don’t see them come up for sale very often. And, while they may not be as popular as Marantz or Pioneer they …

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Technics SA-5170

The sky blue color of this receivers dial face makes it immediately recognizable. This is the Technics SA-5170 and a number of Technics receivers have this look.  It is pretty distinct when lit up as …

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Technics SA-8000x

Taking a step back into Quad territory this is the Technics SA-8000x Quad receiver. Not the most stylish receiver it was offered from late 1973 until early 1975. It is rated at 13 watts per …

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