Yamaha CA-810

This is the magnificent Yamaha CA-810, one of the finest examples of Yamaha material from the 1970s, the unit is built with precision, like a Swiss watch, you can spend a long time playing with the knobs and levers because they are so fantastic. Beautiful with its 2 “VU” power meters on the front panel, […]

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Luxman L-435

LUXMAN L-435 amplifier from 1984.Luxman needs no introduction, their equipment is always highly rated, and this one is no different: powerful, full of features, with an excellent MM/MC phono stage. https://youtu.be/rUzPJdkKoGA?si=zHnNyxvAS_7Sc3bZ Specifications: Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.015% Input sensitivity: 0.1mV (MC), 2mV

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Yamaha A-1060

This is the beautiful and rare Yamaha Natural Sound Stereo Amplifier A-1060, top of the range from 1981-1983. Yamaha spared no expense with the A-1060: The structure was carefully organised like that of the A-1 or the Japanese A-9, the chassis entirely made of copper, “Shark Fin” heatsinks, fully shielded preamplifier, X power supply and

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Yamaha A-960

Natural Sound Integrated Stereo Amplifier (1980-82) Yamaha in these series had excellent phono preamps built in, it was rare at the time they were launched to see something with a modern look have a 6-position phono selector and a DISC Direct… switch. for LPs. Good yamaha!!! The sound is clean and powerful, with pleasant dynamics,

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