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Just thought I'd start a new post - topic talking about Sansui Hi-Fi gear. Show off your gear, add photos of what you have or are wanting or even dreaming of owning!!!

 

Sansui 1000A tube receiver.

 

 

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Stunning condition ... but what is that 'white tube' clamped on top of the chassis???

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2x resistor?

 

Edit: Sansui used these resistors in the early SS amps also, like the AU-777. At the very least in that amp also.

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I'm stumped!

 

I thought this thread would have powered on!

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I think that it is just a lull before the storm.........

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I think that it is just a lull before the storm.........

A Hurricane maybe, batten down the hatches the Sansui fans are coming ;)

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^^ Maybe because Sansui has had a very good airing in the Vintage HiFi thread?

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I have an AU-101 and a AU-317....Neither are actually connected right now :sorry: . But plans are being formulated while the moneys are being saved :)

Both bought from very nice SNA members too. No pics right now, I'll try and add some soon.

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Random pic - QRX-777.....

 

Sansui QRX 777 Quadrophonic Receiver

1975
Rare european QRX-7001 version with black aplications on the front panel. This QRX is a complete allsource 4-channel receiver of extremely high performance standards. All decoders are on board. The giant power supply and the dimension wide of 540mm results in a weight of nearly 25kg.
35 watt per channel x4
60 watt per channel x2

 

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I have some too but they're about to be flogged off to make some room and hopefully a little bit of moolah for an upgrade.

 

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Does anybody know if the Sansui tube receivers (1000 - 1000A) mains came out multi voltage?? or just 117V?

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Does anybody know if the Sansui tube receivers (1000 - 1000A) mains came out multi voltage?? or just 117V?

 

@@skippy124 probably has all Australian stock on his Bunnings shelving :lol:

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@@skippy124 probably has all Australian stock on his Bunnings shelving :lol:

 

I reckon. Lucky Skippy's local Bunnings didn't request a stock transfer from my local Bunnings :P

 

I managed to get one rack last weekend. Worth every cent. My wife even said that looks so much better, more organised, easier access. She then said what will you do with the remaining empty shelving  :rolleyes:  mmmmmm we'll they'll need to be filled then sweetheart :lol:

 

I showed her @skippys - pete multi shelving setups and she said NO WAY :( one is enough

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I have some too but they're about to be flogged off to make some room and hopefully a little bit of moolah for an upgrade.

 

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Good luck with the sale luc.

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Thanks Lord Nog.

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C2302 vintage.

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Very Nice Russell!! Is this the 100V Japanese version?

 

How's the built quality of this thing... Unreal 

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2 x QRX-2000 running as single channel monoblocks...

 

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Very Nice Russell!! Is this the 100V Japanese version?

 

How's the built quality of this thing... Unreal 

240v. Impossible to find.

I was lucky. :)

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240v. Impossible to find.

I was lucky. :)

You lucky devil! :)

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When I removed the cover I cant believe myself.

Quality of build is beyond belive. Every component is separated by copper shielding.

Even the screws everywhere is copper. It definatly was a statement for Sansui.

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240v. Impossible to find.

I was lucky. :)

 

From Germany?

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In keeping with the OP, this is one of my favorites. This was my first Sansui (well actually my first one was a AU-4400 when I was sixteen....)

 

Sansui 5500 receiver - manufactured May 1973 - 3 tape loops, 4CH & NR loops, connections for 4 sets of speakers. Rated at 60w per channel, tested at 72. Power transformer the size of a canned ham. A fairly rare unit. 

 

 

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