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 outputs for two sets of speakers and two headphone jacks.
The CR-450 had controls for Bass and Treble as well as Low and High filter switches. It also had a variable Loudness control. The speaker selector on the front panel had settings for A, B, and A+B. There is a Mode switch for changing between stereo and mono and a Tape switch for switching between Source and Monitor.
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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 channel and had a rated total harmonic distortion of 0.1%. It incorporated controls for Bass, Presence, Treble, Loudness, Volume and Balance. The rea panel included:
- AC Outlet Switched + Unswitched (2)
- Antenna Inputs: 300 ohm balanced, 75 ohm unbalanced, coaxial.
- AM Ferrite Bar Antenna
- Phono 1 + 2
- Tape 1 + 2 Playback + Record
- Dolby FM Adapter Input + output
- Coupler: On/Off
- Speaker Out A, Out B, Out C
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