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should i buy these? the ad says:

 

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This vintage 1972 amplifier tuner is for sale but has a problem. 

One of the dials is faulty and causes it to stop working. 
Not sure exactly which one it is. 

These amplifiers were very highly thought of when they were introduced. 

Sansui Stereo tuner amplifier Solid State 310 Specifications 
Year 1972 
System: Transistor Receiver 
Colour: 1=Silver, 2=Black: 1, 2 
Pre Amplifier 
Inputs: 1 Phono (mag.I); 1 Tape; 1 AUX; 1 Monitor 
Inp. Sensitivity High Level: 180 mV 
Inp. Impedance High Level: 100 kO 
Inp. Sensitivity Phono MM: 3 mV 
Inp. Impedance Phono MM: 50 kO 
Power Amplifier 
Speaker Outputs: 2 x 2 Speakers; Phones 
Continuous power 8O: 15 + 15 Watts 
Dynamic Power 8O: 18 + 18 Watts 
Frequency Response: 30-35,000 (± 1 dB) HZ 
Harmonic Distortion: 0.4 % at rated output 
Tuner 
Display: analog 
Frequency Range FM: 88-108 MHz 
Frequency Range AM: 535-1,605 KHz 
Miscellaneous 
Dimensions in Inches: 17.12 x 4.92 x 11.02 (w) x (h) x (d) 
Dimensions in mm: 435 x 125 x 280 (w) x (h) x (d) 
Weight in lbs: 16.75 lbs 
Weight in Kg: 7.6 Kg 

It is sold As is as it has not been used for quite a while

would the problem be hard to fix? I haven't done any electrical DIY myself but would consider it as i hear the old sansuis sound really good with headphones and I need something to preamp vinyl and amp headphones as my current stereo headphone jack has crap SQ

 

Oh the price is $100