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  1. The Sansui Awesome Foursome Review 2020. List on contenders; Sansui AU-111 (1966) vs AU-1111 MOS Vintage (1989) vs Alpha 907 Limited (1994) vs Alpha 907 NRA (1998). Might add another contender or two in the mix. I'd love a restored AU-X1 into the mix that way we have pretty much one from each decade. Thinking of a small gtg of passionate Sansui nutters only 🥴 It could be some time before this actually happens but stay tuned. Looking in August or September depending on the Cov19 situation. What are your thoughts or opinions on what will sound the be
  2. The best of 80s amplifier from Sansui. This is very clean and musical sounding amplifier. I am presently driving B&W Nautilus 805 with this amplifier and it plays them wonderfully. Prior to it, I have used it to drive Dynaudio Emit M20 (4 Ω speakers). 95 watt of clean power and Excellent damping factor, ideal for controlling big drivers with ease. I just want to try something else, hence selling this off for funds. Specifications: Power output: 95 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 10Hz to 20kHz Total
  3. I've been searching the net for info on Sansui speakers (real ones, not fake badged ones) to go with my Sansui amplifiers. I have heard (many times now) that while Sansui amps are widely acknowledged as being very well engineered and built their speakers are widely regarded as not particularly special. I figured that there must be a few models that were worth searching for though so I did. It looks to me like there was a push from Sansui in between 1987 and 1990 to design and sell some bookshelf speakers that were a bit more interestingly designed than most. Info in links below.
  4. Further information: The best of 80s amplifier from Sansui. This is very clean and musical sounding amplifier. I am presently driving B&W Nautilus 805 with this amplifier and it plays them wonderfully. Prior to it, I have used it to drive Dynaudio Emit M20 (4 Ω speakers). 95 watt of clean power and Excellent damping factor, ideal for controlling big drivers with ease. I just want to try something else, hence selling this off for funds. Specifications: Power output: 95 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response
  5. Sansui AU-222: Crackling Right Channel I was interested in listening to an old Sansui amplifier – so purchased an AU-222 from a popular auction site. I set it up in my study – and the sound was, until the weekend, smooth, warm and elegant. Loved it. Then the trouble started. The right channel is popping and crackling. Action taken: Changed speaker– no improvement. Changed speaker cable – no improvement. Cleaned all the pots this arvo – and crossed my fingers – but no improvement. Unfortunately that right channel is still crackling away as I write.
  6. I probably should be holding off on creating this thread but I've been so slack lately that I haven't had anything to post about and the lack of anything to write has me breaking out in hives so I thought, what the heck. Maybe there is no time like the present. Deep breaths, deep breaths and here we go. OK so... this was bound to happen eventually. I’ve found I like a certain manufacturer so much I just couldn’t help myself and went and bought up several of their amps to see which one sounds the best to me. I would like to start at the beginning of this story but that would j
  7. Further information: A beautiful Sansui equaliser in black finish in stunning condition. It comes with original packaging, instruction manual (quite handy for this one to learn how to drive it) and rack mount handles. It is in near new condition and all functions work. The motorised sliders are smooth and all are OK. The factory presets work and the unit defaults to them after being powered down for the correct amount of time. It is a multi-voltage unit and is set internally to 240v. Unfortunately, I don't have the original set-up microphone. I do have a Denon DM-S
  8. slowly upgrading to better gear, but this is where I am at right now. Speaker upgrade later this year. I'm going to move the TV a bit lower on the wall. It's a 50" but looks small as the room is almost 6m wide x 13 metres long and 3.3 metre ceiling height ... not the easiest room for music
  9. A question for all you Sansui-philes out there. If I was to chase a Sansui integrated amp to add to my demo list which amps should I look out for? There is an AU-555A on ebay at the moment, is that a good example of the brand or a bad one?
  10. Further information: Good working order, was serviced recently. The power lamp was replaced with a LED. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  11. So I recently purchased a little sansui au101 that has an issue where it is blowing fuse f003 for the right channel. I have since recapped the entire unit and replaced all transistors with suitable replacements but the problem persists. I also replaced the trim pots with multi turn units and I am able to set steady bias at idle however I have discovered that when the amp is receiving audio input with my multi meter attached to the emitter resistor r838 the bias jumps through the roof putting out distorted crackly sound which will then blow the fuse due to excess current. I ha
  12. Item:Wanting to buy Sansui TU-7900 tuner Price Range: Neg. Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: I’m in Brisbane,so willing to pay for postage.
  13. Hi Guys, Need your help and suggestion. I am looking for a modern alternatives to vintage Sansui integrated amps, particularly Sansui AU series (AU-217, 417, 517 and so on). I had a Sansui AU-217 MKII Vintage Amp for a while and was very happy with it. While my speakers have come and gone, I did keep up with that amp. Over last year or so, I have been working more remotely and needed a setup on my desk, so I went around and bought the Sonos Ones with Sonos Sub as my desktop setup for ease of use and less space. This worked well, however one day I brought out the V
  14. Further information: It was refurbished. All capacitors were checked. Critical electrolyte capacitances were replaced with WIMA one. The power lamp is replaced with a LED. The BIAS adjustment is done. Speaker terminals are upgraded. https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/sansui/au-101.shtml Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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