Receiver Akai AA930 + Klipsch RB51 + CDplayer JVC
Over a long period i have been testing some old vintage equipment up against some more modern stuff. Yamaha CR640 Sherwood S8400CP Scott 335R Against Marantz SR8200 HK AVR310 Denon AVR 588 Yes the battle is on!
Recently serviced. All pot and switches treated with Deoxit D5® All inputs and outputs were tested. All lights/meters working. Outputs for up to 3 sets of speakers (A or B or C or A+B or A+C) Loads of inputs. Has a phono stage to run up to two turntables. 2 Microphone inputs (Left and Right channel) Splittable main/pre-amp High and low filters There is some damage to the shell, including what looks to be a cigarette burn on the venting.
Nice small receiver, with a good sound and good building quality Subscribe and also watch my other video's. In my video's I often review vintage stereo amps, receivers, turntables. I also review newer speakers, headphones, 5.1 ore 7.1 receivers and amps. I also have a number of video's where i show you how to fix simple problems you can repair your self when your vintage stereo equipment have the same problems. My sound test between several vintage receivers are unique on youtube, Hear the difference between every amp/receiver is pull in those sound tests.
A very simple but very high quality stereo receiver rated at 14 watts RMS per channel. It has all the basic features you need, has a good AM/FM tuner, and sounds great. The real aluminum faceplate adds a touch of class, too.
In this episode of vintage electronics we take a look at an Akai AA-910 stereo receiver from 1973! Enjoy.
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Sony STR 6040 recém restaurado pelo André Quintal, com componentes importados, tocando o Album "Diablo Canyon" da banda The Outlaws através do combinado JVC XU 301, reproduzido pelas Caixas Bookshelf Klipsch RB51. Este receiver toca com maestria e empurra fácil essas caixas modernas, o que sempre é questionado quanto a sua capacidade. Curta, comente e compartilhe para ajudar a manter o canal ativo