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Item Condition: Very Good
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Como
State: NSW
Payment Method: Paypal, EFT, Cash on Pickup
Reason for selling: NLR

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The venerable Sansui AU-919 Integrated looking and sounding fantastic. 



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5 minutes ago, :) Go Away (: said:

Oh my! I so want this bad boy. 

I still regret selling my baby sansui AU-217 II.

Here is you chance......

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18 minutes ago, Rollen said:

Here is you chance......

I know, and I am going to regret not buying this, but right now I cannot afford it.

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Wow, the legendary Sansui AU-919 fantastic intergrated amp, these have a great seprate phono stages one for the MM and another for the MC, if you can't afford an Accuphase you should get this that's how good they sound direct couple (DC) too.



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This looks awesome, like new!! GLWTS.

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11 hours ago, jim13 said:

Has this had any work done on it.

The previous owner sent it to @skippy124 look under the hood and go through the amp. 


"Rebuild of the power supply board and the output modules, in the end this was the quickest way to get both correctly. Additionally the tone controls have had preventative maintenance done (fuse resistors, VD1212 diodes and 2SA726 transistors replaced) and the phono amp has had the fuse resistors and VD1212 diodes replaced" 


Stock speaker terminals have been upgraded making life a whole lot easier. 

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