Thursday, 24 November 2011

Vintage Receivers !

Sansui 990s 1975

The black European version of the silver US-model Sansui 9090 in a wood cabinet.
Top of the line receiver with 125 Watt per channel.

Sansui QRX 777 Quadrophonic Receiver

Rare european QRX-7001 version with black aplications on the front panel. This QRX is a complete allsource 4-channel receiver of extremely high performance standards. All decoders are on board. The giant power supply and the dimension wide of 540mm results in a weight of nearly 25kg.
35 watt per channel x4
60 watt per channel x2

Onkyo TX 4500 MKII Stereo Receiver

The first stereo receiver with quartz-synchronization for the FM band. Even the previous TX-4500 was a successful ONKYO upper middle class. Here the design has been optimized. For the display scale real thick glass is used. An expression of timeless elegance, in my opinion. A heavy receiver with high power for 3 pairs of speakers. 65 watt per channel.

Sansui 990 Stereo Receiver

Sansui 661 Stereo Receiver

Marantz 2285B Stereo Receiver

This receiver Model 2285B is a pure power machine with 85 watt per channel.A marantz typical oversized transformer gives the 2285B a weight of 17kg. It’s built with solid material to use for ever and ever

Technics SA-5360

1976 A small receiver from the mid-seventies Technics series. 45 watt per channel.

Marantz 2265B Stereo Receiver

A greater black Marantz receiver of the last B-series from the 70s. Looks better in a wood cabinet. 65 watt per channel

                            Photos courtesy of Oldsansui :


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  6. Most impressive, Vladimir. Thank-you for sharing!

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  8. Nice photos ! Just as cool as looking at my rack at the real thing.

  9. Great site, thank you very much for posting. You helped me decide on a vintage receiver. I got a Marantz 2270.