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post #6467 of 13404

That's a lot of iron for such a little thing. What model is it? Does it come with a -20 dB mute switch?

post #6468 of 13404

Denon PMA-850 with -20dB Muting and a -10dB Direct Couple..

 

Sounds good straight from the SL-10

post #6469 of 13404

This is for sale local to me.  SANSUI AU-20000

 

http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/ele/3574851144.html

post #6470 of 13404
I would buy that for the asking price in two seconds flat if it were near me!!!!
post #6471 of 13404
That would be worth phoning in a sick day and taking a roadtrip for.
post #6472 of 13404
That is an impressive looking beast! Love the honeycomb heat sinks.
post #6473 of 13404

I'd catch a Cab tongue_smile.gif to the seller's house from the Airport...leaving the Carry-on luggage behind!

post #6474 of 13404
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I'd catch a Cab tongue_smile.gif to the seller's house from the Airport...leaving the Carry-on luggage behind!

 

I'm guessing it weighs considerably over 40 lbs, so you couldn't carry it on board with you, even though it could fit in a carry-on bag.

post #6475 of 13404
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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

I'd catch a Cab tongue_smile.gif to the seller's house from the Airport...leaving the Carry-on luggage behind!

 

I'm guessing it weighs considerably over 40 lbs, so you couldn't carry it on board with you, even though it could fit in a carry-on bag.

 

To clarify a bit, the amp wouldn't be carry-on on the flight home. Rather, leaving behind what I came with suggests the speed in which I bolted the plane; airport, to catch that Cab...and get my grubby lil' hands on the amp.ksc75smile.gif

post #6476 of 13404

@Silent One: Put your money where your mouth is! very_evil_smiley.gif

 

Only joking of course. You've got a nice SX-D7000 as it is (I'm mad jealous, by the way) biggrin.gif

post #6477 of 13404
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@Silent One: Put your money where your mouth is! very_evil_smiley.gif

 

Only joking of course. You've got a nice SX-D7000 as it is (I'm mad jealous, by the way) biggrin.gif

 

I could use a few extra dollars to spend at Trader Joe's - might push baby brother (SX-650) out the door. 

post #6478 of 13404

 

 

 

So I have a coworker who was in the Navy stationed in Guam during the Vietnam war and he has some vintage equipment he bought while there that he wants to sell me. One of which is a Sansui 3300 Quad receiver that he just took out of service last year (all original never serviced) as well as a pair of Kenwood KL555D speakers. Looks like the Sansui is a rather rare piece as they were only sold overseas at Navy Exchange Stores (he told me that's where he bought his). I am hoping you guys can give me an idea of what it's worth as it's kind of hard to find any info on the web about this particular model.


Edited by Vidmaven - 1/28/13 at 9:16am
post #6479 of 13404

hi i have found the "s*ansui stereo receiver 331 service manual"

let me know if anyone wants to have it

by theway yesterday i visited some clips about sansui on youtube and i love all of them!!!beerchug.gif


Edited by 99-1 - 1/30/13 at 8:28am
post #6480 of 13404
I am not a vintage Marantz owner, but a have a modern Denon receiver, and could not find a Denon-specific thread. I was wondering if there are any modern Denon receiver owners here (or places elsewhere on Head-Fi) where I might be lucky enough to find an owner who can test the voltage on the headphone output? I am trying to calculate output impedance, that's why I ask. Thanks for any help.
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