100-130 wpc receivers, Akai-Yamaha

Discussion in 'Solid State' started by bully, Aug 11, 2002.

  1. bully

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    100-130 wpc receivers, Akai-Yamaha, Vintage

    Akai AA-1200 120 wpc (77-79) $650
    ??B&O 8000 Beomaster 100 wpc (81-86) 1,599
    Bose Spatial Control 100 wpc (79-83) 925
    Concept 11.0 110 wpc (77-82) 655
    Concept 12.0D 120 wpc (79-84) 850
    Fisher RS-1060 125 wpc (77-83) 700
    Fisher RS-2010 100 wpc (78-80) 600
    JVC JR-S600 120 wpc (76-78) 750
    JVC JR-S600 II 120 wpc (77-81) 600
    JVC JR-S501 120 wpc (78-80) 730
    Kenwood KR-9400 120 wpc (74-76) 750
    Kenwood KR-8010 125 wpc (78-81) 675
    Kenwood KR-8050 DC 120 wpc (80-83) 820
    Kenwood KR-1000/1000B 120 wpc (82-85) 1,250
    Lafayette LR-120DB 120 wpc (79-83) 650
    Luxman R-1120 120 wpc (76-79) 995
    Marantz 2325 125 wpc (74-75) 800
    Marantz 2330 130 wpc (77-79) 790
    Marantz 2330B 130 wpc (77-79) 800
    Marantz SR9000G 130 wpc (79-?)
    MCS MCS-3325 125 wpc (77-81) 900
    MCS MCS-3125 125 wpc (81-84) 800
    Nakamichi 730 105 wpc (78-82) 1,390
    Nikko NR-1219 100 wpc (79-83) 650
    Onkyo TX-6500 MkII 100 wpc (78-81) 650
    Onkyo TX-8500 110 wpc (77-80) 720
    Optonica SA-5901 125 wpc (79-80) 800
    Optonica SA-5902 125 wpc (79-80) 800
    Optonica SA-5905 125 wpc (80-81) 800
    Philips AH-903 125 wpc (77-81) 750
    Pioneer SX-1010 100 wpc (74-76) 700
    Pioneer SX-1050 120 wpc (76-78) 750
    Pioneer SX-1080 120 wpc (78-80) 750
    Pioneer SX-3900 120 wpc (80-82) 800
    Pioneer SX-D7000 120 wpc (198?) ?
    Realistic STA-2100 120 wpc (79-83) 600
    Realistic STA-2300 120 wpc (81-88) 700
    Rotel RX-1203 120 wpc (76-81) 860
    Sansui 9090 110 wpc (dates??) 750
    Sansui 9090DB 125 wpc (dates?) 900
    Sansui G-8000 120 wpc (78-80) 920
    Sansui G-7700 120 wpc (80-82) 800
    Sansui 7900Z 100 wpc (81-82) 780
    Sansui 8900Z 125 wpc (81-82) 900
    Sanyo 130 Plus 130 wpc (81-84) 650
    Sanyo JCX-2900 120 wpc (81-86) 650
    H.H.Scott 390R 120 wpc (78-80) 775
    Setton RS-660 120 wpc (77-81) 880
    Sherwood S-9910 100 wpc (77-79) 700
    Sherwood S-9910CP 100 wpc (78-79) 725
    Sherwood S-110CP 100 wpc (78-82) 800
    Sony STR-7800D 120 wpc (77-82) 700
    Sony STR-V6 115 wpc (78-83) 700
    Technics SA-700 100 wpc (79-81) 700
    Technics SA-800 125 wpc (79-80) 800
    Technics SA-828 100 wpc (81-84) 875
    Technics SA-818 110 wpc (81-) 850
    Toshiba SA-7100 100 wpc (78-80) 670
    Wintec R-1120 120 wpc (78-82) 899
    Yamaha CR-1000 100 wpc (74-77) 850
    Yamaha CR-2020 100 wpc (77-79) 750
    Yamaha CR-2040 120 wpc (79-80) 860
    Yamaha R-1000 100 wpc (81-83) 700
     
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  2. bully

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    There's a fairly comprehensive list of vintage era receivers having 100 to 130 watts per channel.
    Dates of model introduction range from 1974 (the 'model' year for the first 100 wpc receivers) through the 1981 model years.

    I know there are many excellent 75-90 wpc receivers, but they don't meet the list criteria.
    Any model(s) I have missed?

    Enjoy,
    pete
     
  3. bully

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    Are there any others that should be on the list?
     
  4. yacbweq

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    Hi Bully, Since you have a couple of other early digital tuner receivers listed you could add the Pioneer SX-D7000. It was made around the same time as the SX-3900 and it appears to use the same power amp section as the 3900. It is also rated 120 watts per channel.
     
  5. yrly

    yrly Breaking records is good?

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    Well while we are on the subject,
    Audiograph 2A100, based on the outputs it is at least 100wpc, dates of production and price are a mystery.
    GTE 2600, this unit is also likely 100wpc+ though I can't find its exact specs, I think the bluebook has it's original cost at $600
     
  6. Bill

    Bill Active Member

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    Bully, the Fisher RS-2010 was rated at 100 WPC and dates from 1978 to 1981.

    Bill
     
  7. bully

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    Added a couple. The Audiograph, though, is a mystery. At least we have it mentioned in the thread. Perhaps someone else will chime in with some info. I know you have searched high and low.
     
  8. Johnny

    Johnny Senior Slacker

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    Sherwood S 9910 ... YEAH BABY !! Love that receiver !! Very smooth, easy to listen to. Can also shake the walls if need be. Very well built and handsome too.

    Just a sweety.

    J
     
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  9. bully

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    Have any other "light heavyweights" been discovered that I should add to the list?
     
  10. waylyn5945

    waylyn5945 Active Member

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    You have done an excellent job. My compliments & thanks to you. :thmbsp: :thmbsp:
     
  11. Danamc

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    The Realistic STA-2600 put out 100 watts per channel. Superb FM section, especially after mods. Great list! :thmbsp:
     
  12. bully

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    Thanks, Danamc, but my Orion guide says the STA-2600 is from 1987, a bit outside the scope of the list. Probably a swell receiver, though.
     
  13. Bill Brown

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    Bully -
    Great listing which will now become part of my permanent reference file.
    How about the Sony STR-V7, 150 wpc, 995.00, 78-83?
    Thanks for the research.
     
  14. bully

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    Thanks, Bill. The STR-V7 is listed in another list of VERY large receivers. It is one of the fabulous "160-watters" that I love.
     
  15. Bill Brown

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    Bully - Thanks, I should have read the parameters more closely, but now I have both lists for my files. Thanks again for the research!
     
  16. Yamaha B-2

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    If you show me yours I'll show you mine.

    How about some pic's?!? Let's show off what these wonderful machines look like.
     
  17. bolly

    bolly Lunatic Member

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    STR-7800SD.
     
  18. bully

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    *bump*
     
  19. SpruceMoose

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    anybody know what the Realistic STA2080 was rated? its the power for my bedroom system.

    sm.
     
  20. ProAc_Fan

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    STA2080 is rated at 80 watts.


    Mike
     

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