heiney9 wrote: »
Any clue how to use the internet? Found it in about 10 sec.
kawizx9r wrote: »
Sound quality and dynamics are unreal, sounds like I got a whole new amp!
concealer404 wrote: »
It's like you have an invisible amp, Freddy.
GV#27 wrote: »
Cool,did they send you a new IC?
mhardy6647 wrote: »
Scott 312-D soiled state 'broadcast monitor' (tuner); followed me home from the dump today.
Pretty cool piece of hardware.
mjcmt wrote: »
I bought this tuner new in 1970 to use with my Dynaco SCA80 amp, Thorens TD124/SME 3009 II/Stanton 681EE, and "Double Advent" loundspeakers.
It is an excellent FM tuner...even today. Keep it!
I wish I had my system today.:mad:
disneyjoe7 wrote: »
It doesn't look like ICE modules too me
Since I see transistor also.
Face wrote: »
the input buffer boards.
TECHNOKID wrote: »
Unbelievable how cheap were the newer models compared to the vintage tankers!
Face wrote: »
Who knew Class D could sound so good?
Zitro wrote: »
I feel ya; that's why I wanted to post pics of the Sansui (1979). The internals wreak of quality, there's a TON of circuitry in it and it's laid out very well. Even the soldering is high quality, and there's not a single piece of plastic on the thing. You just don't see that level of craftsmanship and quality anymore. Case and point, given the unit is 31 years old and works great, and it's never been restored!
speakergeek wrote: »
Found this shot of a VSX49TXi Elite online. Pretty decent innards really...
hearingimpared wrote: »
You haven't seen theh Musical Fidelity Tri-Vista 300 or the kw 500 hybrid integrated amps. Talk about wreaking of quality and built like a tank!