Accuphase E 205

The Accuphase E 205 is without a doubt a great amplifier, one of the best I have ever used, clean and crystalline sound, that still manages to be smooth and well controlled, a good balance between medium, treble and bass, excellent! There is no doubt that this amplifier is a real gem for music lovers, …

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Sansui G-4700

This is the Sansui G4700 from the late 70s. I was impressed with the warm and powerful sound it produces, it seems to have well over 50 watts per channel. Overall, Sansui’s G-X700 series was remarkable, it had some of the best looking receivers of the late 70s, and although the G4700 was at the …

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Marantz SR6010 DC

This is the Marantz SR6010DC Stereophonic Receiver from 1981. The SR 6010 DC was actually an updated version of the SR 6000 DC, which came out in 1979, they look very identical. It came out in the transition from Marantz brand to Philips so it is not clear who made it… 1979 would indicate Marantz …

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Luxman A 331

Dynamic, good and neutral sound, easily paired with most monitors or HIFI speakers.It’s a LUXMAN. You have to listen to understand… it’s not Luxman’s best but it’s a fun, powerful and dynamic amplifier with a clear sound. Specifications: Phono (MM): 2.5 mV/47 kOhmCD: 150 mV/47 kOhm DAT: 150 mV/47 kOhmTape Play: 150 mV/47 kOhmAux: 150 …

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Marantz PM 34

description soon. Specifications: Power output: 40 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 10Hz to 60kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.015% Damping factor: 100 Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 87dB (line) Output: 300mV (line) Dimensions: 420 x 118 x 280mm Weight: 5.7kg Year: 1992