100-130 wpc receivers, Akai-Yamaha

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

  1. golden-age

    golden-age denon

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    well its 50 watts x4 per chanel for 200 watts but i use the 4 chanel for two speaker.
    so it deliver the 100 watts per chanel.
     
  2. countryslim

    countryslim re-incarnated junk dude

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    Whats or watt not watts JVC

    I have a 4 channel JVC Nivico 5444U that is slightly simular with a black face and the 5 band front, five band rear EQ's and it has a round badge at the top right corner proclaiming 200 watts. It sure does put out in any mode or op!..I just wish I had the 4 channel toggle thingy that came with it.. those oughta be laying around evaareeewhere..eh?
     
  3. 4seatPilot

    4seatPilot "Broker"

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    Looking for a yamaha CR 2020 and 3020... anyone have one they're willing to part with?

    I doubt it... but who knows. ;)

    edit Feb '12: found both! within weeks of each other!! :banana:

    Prices for both are heading nowhere but upwards the last couple years it would seem... (though not $1850 yet) not that I'll ever sell either one. ;)
     
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  4. 4seatPilot

    4seatPilot "Broker"

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    :yikes:

    crazy price. I mean, it's worth money... but that's insane. unless by perfect they meant COMPLETELY re-built...
     
  5. Raccoon1400

    Raccoon1400 Super Member

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    The citation receiver is only 85wpc, though it is still quite the beast.
     

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  6. adcom200

    adcom200 New Member

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    MAC 4300V and does anyone know about these

    100wpc receiver 1988-92
     
  7. Cyberclown7

    Cyberclown7 New Member

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    MCS 3125 Is it a good receiver?

    I am new to the vintage game. I was offered a MCS 3125 for $200.00 it looks great and from what I am told sounds awesome. Also a 6502 Turntable. Any information or opinions would be appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  8. yrly

    yrly Breaking records is good?

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    I'd probably grab a local working one in good shape at $200. Its really a very good receiver.
     
  9. Scotteq

    Scotteq Active Member

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    I don't see a Yamaha AX900 on the list - IIRC that was 130wpc

    I still have my old one in the basement somewhere. :stupid:
     
  10. jonb77

    jonb77 New Member

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    I noticed you listed the MCS 3325 on your list of 100 watt receivers, what year was the 3325 produced, what company manufactured it (for JCPenney), what was it's retail price when it was new, and where can I find images of it?
     
  11. Jody Thornton

    Jody Thornton Just Enjoying the Music

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    Isn't there a Rotel from the late 1970s (silver with yellow lighting) that is 330 w/ch? Does that qualify?
     
  12. Freds.Bands

    Freds.Bands Live Music Listener Subscriber

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    The Heathkit AR-15 of 1967 was 100 watts total.
     
  13. bktheking

    bktheking Gitter Done!

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    RX1603, 180w???
     
  14. serioushifi

    serioushifi New Member

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    Might add the Kenwood Eleven III (Military issue) same as the Kenwood 10000 III.
    From 1977-79, 120 to 125 watts depending on what you read.
    Big beautiful looking & sounding receiver.
     
  15. Valveglow

    Valveglow Super Member

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    I know that Technics made a 330 wpc receiver...
     
  16. Flathead38

    Flathead38 New Member

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    Harman kardon Citation

    Specs for the Citation built in 1997-78:

    Output power : 2x 85W (8 Ohm, 20Hz...20Khz)
    2x 105W (DIN 45500, 8 Ohm)
    2x 130W (DIN 45500, 4 Ohm)

    Does it qualify?
     
  17. Hifirob2

    Hifirob2 NEC and Klipsch rock!

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    I don't think such an animal even exists. The only MCS receiver over 100 wpc is the 3125 from 1979-to around 1981, and it was $900 when new.
     
  18. datafone

    datafone Super Member

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    Here is a 2x 100w Technics SA-T670 receiver (built by Fisher and Paykel in NZ)
     

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  19. BOUXY

    BOUXY Super Member

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    Sanyo JCX-2900K...120-125 Watts:)
     
  20. Valveglow

    Valveglow Super Member

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    I never knew there was a relationship between the two companies.
     

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