The Technics ST-G7 was Technics best tuner of the 1980's (and beyond) and possibly the best Technics tuner ever. Selling for approximately Ј375 GBP in 1984, it was a high-end design costing around 3 times the price of an "ordinary" Technics tuner of the period.
It was a tece soundwise is that there is occasionally a touch of sibilance on vocalshnical tour de force upon launch and Technics engineers really pushed the boat out with this one. The claimed technical specification is superb and so is the subjective performance. I have one of these in my own personal collection and it has just about the lowest noise and least interference of any tuner I have used. Sound quailty is ruthlessly neutral. This is not a tuner that will flatter poor quality compresssed pop music broadcasts but give it a good signal from BBC Radio 2, 3, 4 or Classic FM and it can sound superb. Particularly notable is the extended, powerful bass (when present in source material). It sounds remarkably clean and clear throughout the frequency range. The only criticism I can make soundwise is that there is occasionally a touch of sibilance on vocals