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Discussion in 'Fisher Forum Stickies' started by cbottorff, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. cbottorff

    cbottorff Member

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    2) As a research and development engineer, I find Fisher service manuals (and all other electronic service manuals for that matter) fascinating to read to see and learn all the interesting ways my fellow engineers have found solutions to the many design needs in their electronic designs (why reinvent the wheel right?); and,

    3) Most of the digitized service manuals I have acquired and viewed range from excellent (very few), to good (some), to poor (a lot), to absolutely terrible (more manuals than you would think). In short, really high quality scanned service manuals are pretty rare. I intend to provide possibly the clearest, sharpest, and most legible scanned service manuals you have ever seen.
     
  2. cbottorff

    cbottorff Member

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    Previous post error correction.

    I just noticed my first typos, I've listed the Fisher RS-1056 twice, thankfully in title only. All the other internal information for the "90 Watt" Fisher RS-1058 (RS-1056 sic) should be correct for the RS-1058. Continuing onward...

    4) Many of Fisher's service manuals are in glossy color with many pages also in 11x17 size and in some cases, even (much) larger glossy color page sizes. While the 11x17 page size is common to service manuals, it is very rare to find service manuals electronically scanned in their original 11x17 page size, let alone in color. I haven't seen a single color 11x17 scanned service manual yet. This doesn't mean they don't exist of course. For this scanning project I have acquired 11x17 size color flatbed scanners (yes, plural, backups are a good thing) and am currently scanning the service manuals at 11x17 in color.

    One of the reasons I've decided to start this tread is to solicit my fellow Fisher fanatics' feedback before I engage in a huge amount of a particular mode of scanning only to find it doesn't meet people's exact need(s), i.e. 11x17 color when most people would rather have 8-1/2x11 &c&c.

    So, some of my first questions to my fellow Fisher lovers is: Exactly what electronic form of service manual is most useful to you? Page size? Color? Orientation? Margin cropping and so forth? I personally like having the separate JPG image files so I can zoom in an crop out certain sections and print those small sections only. Conversely, for printing purposes, the extremely common PDF "container" service manual format has it's place, for printing and keeping all the files together in one file so the pages don't get separated, lost, allows files more easily file transfered, prevents tampering / modification &c&c. More on the exact scan details and questions later on herein as we go and this thread develops.
     
  3. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-1060

    Fisher Receiver RS-1060

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION

    Continuous RMS sine wave power per
    channel within stated bandwidth at no ............ 125W
    more than stated distortion and with
    an 8 ohm load.

    Power Bandwidth .................................. 20Hz/20Khz

    Total Harmonic Distortion ........................ 0.1%

    PREAMPLIFIER SECTION

    Input Sensitivity and Impedance
    At rated output, 8-ohms at 1Khz

    Phono (1 and 2) ............................... 2mV/50k ohm

    Phono (max input capability) .................. 300mV

    Auxiliary ..................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Tape Monitor .................................. 150mV / 100k ohm

    Hum & Noise (below rated output)

    Phono (1 and 2) ............................... 70dB

    Auxiliary ..................................... 82dB

    Tape Monitor (1 and 2) ........................ 80dB

    Frequency Response

    Phono (30Hz - 15kHz) .......................... +/- 0.5dB

    Auxiliary Input 20Hz - 20kHz .................. +/- 0.5dB

    Tape Monitor Input 20Hz - 20kHz ............... +/- 0.5dB

    Bass Control Range (at 100hz) .................... +/- 12dB

    Treble Control Range (at 10khz) .................. +/- 12dB

    Bass Selector (Bass Range: Max) .................. 45hZ/OFF/80Hz

    Loudness Contour (at 30 dB volume attenuation) ... +8dB at 100Hz

    ... +3.5dB at 10kHz

    High Filter ...................................... -6dB (5kHz)

    Low Filter ....................................... -6dB (30Hz)

    Separation (stereo from AUX) ..................... 50dB

    POWER SECTION INPUT .............................. 150mV/100k ohm

    FM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity Mono .......................... 1.7uV/9.8dBf

    Stereo ........................ 4.3uV/17.9dBf

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono .................. 2.5uV/13.2dBf

    Stereo ................ 34uV/35.9dBf

    Capture Ratio .................................... 0.8dB

    Alt. Channel Selectivity ......................... 75dB

    Image Response Ratio ............................. 100dB

    Spurious Response Ratio .......................... 100dB

    AM Suppression Ratio ............................. 65dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono & Stereo) ............ 80/75dB

    Total Harm. Distortion (Mono & Stereo) ........... 0.1/0.15%

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity THD Mono .............. 0.3%

    Stereo ............ 0.4%

    Stereo Separation (1kHz/10kHz) ................... 50dB/36dB


    Sub-Carrier Product Ratio ........................ 70dB

    AM TUNER SECTION

    Sensitivity ...................................... 280uV/m

    Selectivity (+/- 10kHz) .......................... 45dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................ 55dB

    Image Response Ratio ............................. 70dB

    IF Response Ratio ................................ 80dB

    GENERAL SECTION

    Power Requirements (50/60Hz) ..................... 120V AC +/- 10%

    Power Consumption ................................ 800W/920VA

    AC Outlets ....................................... 3

    Dimensions H x W x D (Inches) .................... 7-3/8" x 23-3/4" x 16-15/16"

    Weight (Lbs.) .................................... 54
     
  4. cbottorff

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    5) There are lots of people here on AK and elsewhere looking for information and/or the service manuals to the lower and medium level Fisher receivers. For instance, I not only have the RS-1052 service manual, I also the RS-1052L European model service manual as well. More specifics on the Fisher "Euro" European models as we go. I have what appears to be the full technical information for most of the European models but I lack almost all the European model service manuals. This is where our fellow AK friends "across the pond" come in.

    6) Some of Fisher's smallest and most lowly models in the 1000 and 2000 series (my primary area of interest although the inclusion of older and newer Fisher receivers are certainly not out of the question, I had to start somewhere) are commonly put up for purchase on "that big auction site" - e-B-a-y and more times than not, these receivers all find buyers as well.
     
  5. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-1080

    Fisher Receiver RS-1080

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION

    Continuous RMS sine wave power per
    channel within stated bandwidth at no ............ 170W
    more than stated distortion and with
    an 8 ohm load.

    Power Bandwidth .................................. 20Hz/20Khz

    Total Harmonic Distortion ........................ 0.1%

    PREAMPLIFIER SECTION

    Input Sensitivity and Impedance
    At rated output, 8-ohms at 1Khz

    Phono (1 and 2) ............................... 2mV/50k ohm

    Phono (max input capability) .................. 300mV

    Auxiliary ..................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Tape Monitor .................................. 150mV / 100k ohm

    Hum & Noise (below rated output)

    Phono (1 and 2) ............................... 70dB

    Auxiliary ..................................... 82dB

    Tape Monitor (1 and 2) ........................ 80dB

    Frequency Response

    Phono (30Hz - 15kHz) .......................... +/- 0.5dB

    Auxiliary Input 20Hz - 20kHz .................. +/- 0.5dB

    Tape Monitor Input 20Hz - 20kHz ............... +/- 0.5dB

    Bass Control Range (at 100hz) .................... +/- 12dB

    Treble Control Range (at 10khz) .................. +/- 12dB

    Bass Selector (Bass Range: Max) .................. 45Hz/OFF/80Hz

    Loudness Contour (at 30 dB volume attenuation) ... +8dB at 100Hz

    ... +3.5dB at 10kHz

    High Filter ...................................... -6dB (5kHz)

    Low Filter ....................................... -6dB (30Hz)

    Separation (stereo from AUX) ..................... 50dB

    POWER SECTION INPUT .............................. 150mV/100k ohm

    FM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity Mono .......................... 1.7uV/9.8dBf

    Stereo ........................ 4.3uV/17.9dBf

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono .................. 2.5uV/13.2dBf

    Stereo ................ 34uV/35.9dBf

    Capture Ratio .................................... 0.8dB

    Alt. Channel Selectivity ......................... 75dB

    Image Response Ratio ............................. 100dB

    Spurious Response Ratio .......................... 100dB

    AM Suppression Ratio ............................. 65dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono & Stereo) ............ 80/75dB

    Total Harm. Distortion (Mono & Stereo) ........... 0.1/0.15%

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity THD Mono .............. 0.3%

    Stereo ............ 0.4%

    Stereo Separation (1kHz/10kHz) ................... 50dB/36dB


    Sub-Carrier Product Ratio ........................ 70dB

    AM TUNER SECTION

    Sensitivity ...................................... 280uV/m

    Selectivity (+/- 10kHz) .......................... 45dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................ 55dB

    Image Response Ratio ............................. 70dB

    IF Response Ratio ................................ 80dB

    GENERAL SECTION

    Power Requirements (50/60Hz) ..................... 120V AC +/- 10%

    Power Consumption ................................ 1000W/1200VA

    AC Outlets ....................................... 3

    Dimensions H x W x D (Inches) .................... 7-3/8" x 23-3/4" x 18-9/16"

    Weight (Lbs.) .................................... 65
     
  6. cbottorff

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    7) Several incidents in particular regarding Fisher's lowliest and smallest models in the RS-1000 and RS-2000 series finally motivated me to acquire all the service manuals for every Fisher made from 1977 until 1981, which events are (in no particular order):

    a) A few months ago, a Fisher RS-1022, it's power amplifier blown, was offered to anyone who would give it a new home rather than have it end up in the landfill for just the cost of shipping alone, the sale started at a penny. This unit received four bids and ultimately sold for approximately 20 bux plus an additional 20 bux shipping. I was very impressed.

    b) I myself recently acquired a "dead" (power line fuse blown) but otherwise in excellent appearance and physical condition Fisher RS-2002 for the total cost "on the doorstep" (as I like to say) of just 26.50 barter bux (10 barter bux plus 16.50 barter bux shipping - Such a deal!); and,

    c) I also recently acquired a working Fisher RS-2010 in good physical condition, very dusty and dirty inside, needs to be blown out with an air compressor for the total cost of just 63.40 barter bux "on the doorstep." Other than the usual scratchy volume control that needs cleaning, it "blares quite joyously" (feels good man!) "Such a deal!"; and,

    d) During the writing of this text and preliminary scanning of some of the service manuals, Fisher's lowliest and smallest model, the RS-1015 was offered and sold on "that big auction site" - e-B-a-y showing just one low quality low resolution picture captioned thus:

    "THIS UNIT POWERS TESTED FM ONLY PLAYS NICE ALL 4 CHANELS WORK VOL A LITTLE SCATCKY WHEN MOVED ONLY - no further testing was done - needs some MINOR cleaning - ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK - SOLD AS IS DUE TO ITS AGE"

    The sale opened at 20 barter bux and concluded with two bidders closing at 39 barter bux plus and additional 19 barter bux shipping. Not bad for the smallest receiver Fisher made during the model 1000 and 2000 series era time frame now is it?
     
  7. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-2007

    Fisher Receiver RS-2007

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION

    Continuous RMS sine wave power per
    channel within stated bandwidth at no ............. 75W x 2
    more than stated distortion and with
    an 8 ohm load.

    Power Bandwidth ................................... 20Hz/20Khz

    Total Harmonic Distortion ......................... 0.08%

    IM Distortion ..................................... 0.08%

    PREAMPLIFIER SECTION

    Input Sensitivity and Impedance
    At rated output, 8-ohms at 1Khz

    Phono .......................................... 2mV/50k ohm

    Phono (max. input capability 1 kHz) ............ 200mV (THD 0.06%)

    Auxiliary ...................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Tape Monitor ................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Hum & Noise (below rated output)

    Phono .......................................... 75dB

    Auxiliary ...................................... 90dB

    Tape Monitor ................................... 90dB

    Frequency Response

    Phono (RIAA EQUALIZED +/- 1dB) ................. 30Hz - 15kHz

    Auxiliary Input +/- 1dB ........................ 20Hz - 20kHz

    Tone Control (GRAPHIC EQUALIZER) 50Hz ............ +/- 10dB

    250Hz ............ +/- 10dB

    1kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    4.5kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    15kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    Loudness Contour (at 30 dB volume attenuation) .... +8dB at 100Hz

    .... +4dB at 10kHz

    FM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity Mono ........................... 1.9uV/10.8dBf

    Stereo ......................... 4.6uV/18.5dBf

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono ................... 2.8uV/14.2dBf

    Stereo ................. 38uV/36.8dBf

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio Mono ........................ 70dB

    Stereo ...................... 66dB

    Capture Ratio ..................................... 1.0dB

    Alt Channel Selectivity (+/- 400kHz) .............. 68dB

    Image Response Ratio .............................. 56dB

    Spurious Response Ratio ........................... 85dB

    AM Suppression Ratio .............................. 55dB

    Total Harm. Distortion (Mono & Stereo) at 65dBf ... 0.3/0.4%

    T.H.D. at 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono ......... 0.4%

    Stereo ....... 0.5%

    Stereo Separation (1kHz/10kHz) .................... 45dB/35dB

    Sub-Carrier Suppression (19/38kHz) ................ 65/70dB

    AM TUNER SECTION

    Sensitivity ....................................... 300uV/m

    Selectivity (+/- 10kHz) ........................... 40dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................. 55dB

    Image Response Ratio .............................. 50dB

    IF Response Ratio ................................. 45dB

    GENERAL SECTION

    Power Requirements (50/60Hz) ...................... 120V AC +/- 10%

    Power Consumption ................................. 300W/375VA

    AC Outlets ........................................ 2

    Dimensions H x W x D (Inches) ..................... 6-11/16"x20-5/16"x14-1/4"

    Weight (Lbs.) ..................................... 30.89
     
  8. cbottorff

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    I am providing original unprocessed scanned images so that those end users with knowledge of and desire to perform photo processing can alter the scans to their personal taste and report back their findings.

    The scanned images are unmodified. Image enhancement(s) for the black and white originals that are scanned in as gray scale such as image gamma changes should (will?) help increase the scanned image contrast value(s) and further increase readability / visibility in general. In some instances, conversion to two tone black and white may increase readability / visibility even further but two tone black and white will most likely fail with these Fisher service manuals because the original printing appears to be gray scaled, that and/or the ink has faded somewhat with age.

    For the color portions and/or versions of these service manuals, additional color enhancement(s) for the color pages should help increase the scanned image contrast value(s) and further increase readability/ visibility in general as well.

    The first preliminary scans of receiver models RS-1015, RS-1020 and RS-1030 in individual JPG format files are available here:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/3505383...0_RS-1030_preliminary_scans_02-14-10.rar.html

    for download, evaluation and feedback. The original manual is printed in grayscale / black and white. This particular original service manual is not printed in color.

    Let me know if you are able and interested in performing image evaluation / image processing but are not able to install and/or unpack Rar compressed archive files so I can attempt to make alternative download provision for you.

    Also let me know if RapidShare is not a convenient means of download for you generally. At various times during the day and week the RapidShare servers are not available to free users for download because the network is overloaded. Just recently RapidShare appears to have upgraded their servers and/or changed their server loading policy making free downloads much more available to free users at all times of the day and week. Please attempt downloading over a continuous time frame from RapidShare at least 48 to 72 hours before giving up. Automated downloading "queing" of several files may be facilitated by using the utility JDownloader.
     
  9. cbottorff

    cbottorff Member

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    Fisher RS-2010

    Fisher Receiver RS-2010

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION

    Continuous RMS sine wave power per
    channel within stated bandwidth at no ............. 100W x 2
    more than stated distortion and with
    an 8 ohm load.

    Power Bandwidth ................................... 20Hz/20Khz

    Total Harmonic Distortion ......................... 0.06%

    IM Distortion ..................................... 0.06%

    PREAMPLIFIER SECTION

    Input Sensitivity and Impedance
    At rated output, 8-ohms at 1Khz

    Phono .......................................... 2mV/50k ohm

    Phono (max. input capability 1 kHz) ............ 200mV (THD 0.06%)

    Auxiliary ...................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Tape Monitor ................................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Hum & Noise (below rated output)

    Phono .......................................... 76dB

    Auxiliary ...................................... 90dB

    Tape Monitor ................................... 90dB

    Frequency Response

    Phono (RIAA EQUALIZED +/- 1dB) ................. 30Hz - 15kHz

    Auxiliary Input +/- 1dB ........................ 20Hz - 20kHz

    Tone Control (GRAPHIC EQUALIZER) 50Hz ............ +/- 10dB

    250Hz ............ +/- 10dB

    1kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    4.5kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    15kHz ........... +/- 10dB

    Loudness Contour (at 30 dB volume attenuation) .... +8dB at 100Hz

    .... +4dB at 10kHz

    FM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity Mono ........................... 1.7uV/9.8dBf

    Stereo ......................... 4.3uV/17.9dBf

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono ................... 2.5uV/13.2dBf

    Stereo ................. 34uV/35.9dBf

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio Mono ........................ 75dB

    Stereo ...................... 70dB

    Capture Ratio ..................................... 0.8dB

    Alt Channel Selectivity (+/- 400kHz) .............. 80dB

    Image Response Ratio .............................. 90dB

    Spurious Response Ratio ........................... 100dB

    AM Suppression Ratio .............................. 65dB

    Total Harm. Distortion (Mono & Stereo) at 65dBf ... 0.1/0.2%

    T.H.D. at 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono ......... 0.3%

    Stereo ....... 0.4%

    Stereo Separation (1kHz/10kHz) .................... 50dB/40dB

    Sub-Carrier Suppression (19/38kHz) ................ 65/75dB

    AM TUNER SECTION

    Sensitivity ....................................... 300uV/m

    Selectivity (+/- 10kHz) ........................... 40dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................. 55dB

    Image Response Ratio .............................. 50dB

    IF Response Ratio ................................. 45dB

    GENERAL SECTION

    Power Requirements (50/60Hz) ...................... 120V AC +/- 10%

    Power Consumption ................................. 400W/500VA

    AC Outlets ........................................ 2

    Dimensions H x W x D (Inches) ..................... 20-5/16"x14-1/4"x6-11/16"

    Weight (Lbs.) ..................................... 36
     
  10. kermit z

    kermit z Loud Music saves Lives!! Subscriber

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    All this info, and not one photo?!?!?!:D

    I do not own any Fisher gear but someday:yes:
     
  11. larryderouin

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    Good job so far. I've never been able to get anything down loaded from Rapidshare. You could also just do a "on request" via e-mail and use "Yousendit.com" to upload to whomever asks for a manual.



    Once you get done with the SANYO ERA..........Give some thought to compiling the 60's era consoles S.M.'s(Tube, HYBRID, and S.S.) and the 1st generation S.S. receivers (175-T, 200-T, 500TX, etc). RED1 (over on Tube Forum) has a FISHER PAGE of just consoles from 1958 to 1965. You could get the amp and tuner model #'s from him and see if the manuals are available.

    Just food for thought. Some of us older guys just ain't computer savvy. Yeah, you can probably call us generational holdouts, but a lot of us feel more comfortable with the older stuff.

    Larry
     
  12. cbottorff

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    The first preliminary scans of receiver model RS-1052 in individual JPG format files are available here:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/350550622/Fisher_RS-1052_preliminary_scans_02-14-10.rar

    for download, evaluation and feedback. The original manual is printed in gray scale / black and white. This particular original service manual is not printed in color; and,

    The first preliminary scans of receiver models RS-1056 and RS-1058 in individual JPG format files are available here:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/350556336/Fisher_RS-1056_RS-1058_preliminary_scans_02-14-10.rar

    for download, evaluation and feedback. The original manual is printed in color.
     
  13. cbottorff

    cbottorff Member

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    In post #30 kermit z said:

    "All this info, and not one photo?!?!?!

    I do not own any Fisher gear but someday"

    One thing at a time. I have literally hundreds of Fisher pictures to post as well. The picture options are the next thing I'm asking my fellow AK users to help me decide what is best when choosing the picture sizes and the delivery method that best suits you, the end user.

    I personally prefer the highest possible resolution pictures and currently produce Fisher pictures at 4000x3000 12 mega pixel resolution. Conversely I have repeatedly had fellow AK users have "heart attacks" over pictures at even 1024x768 resolution which is over two decades old now.

    While the generic underlying AK board database software excels in the area of text delivery, The underlying board database software is very poor in the area of picture delivery. I am used to message boards delivering pictures as high as 10,000x10,000 pixels and file sizes up to eight mega bytes in size.

    While I really like being able to see and read fine details such as the silk screening and resistor values on the circuit boards, not everyone is into or appreciates this level of clarity and detail, though I don't understand why when computer monitor and display resolution / performance have increased dramatically in the last two decades... Surely one can appreciate at least the silk screening of the captions on the front panel and back panels, the details of the tuning dials and the fine wood grains which low resolution / small file sizes do not deliver even in the slightest.

    Now even web browsers autoscale larger pictures to automatically fit the available screen size or zoom to full size with just one click on the picture. Thus, "heart attacks" over large pictures are completely unnecessary.
     
  14. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-2015

    Fisher Receiver RS-2015

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION

    Continuous RMS sine wave power per
    channel within stated bandwidth at no .................. 150 Watts
    more than stated distortion and with
    an 8 ohm load.

    Power Bandwidth ........................................ 20Hz/20Khz

    Total Harmonic Distortion at rated power ............... 0.05%

    IM Distortion .......................................... 0.05%

    PREAMPLIFIER SECTION

    Input Sensitivity and Impedance
    At rated output, 8-ohms at 1Khz

    Phono 1, 2 .......................................... 2mV/50k ohm

    Auxiliary/Tape Monitor 1, 2 ......................... 150mV / 100k ohm

    Phono (max. input capability 1 kHz) ................. 220mV (THD 0.05%)

    Hum & Noise (IHF A Weighted Input Shorted)

    Phono 1,2 .......................................... 78dB

    Auxiliary/Tape Monitor 1, 2 ......................... 95dB

    Frequency Response

    Phono (30Hz - 15kHz) ................................ +/- 0.5dB

    Auxiliary (20Hz - 20kHz) ............................ +/- 0.5dB

    Graphic Equalizer 50Hz ................. +/- 12dB

    250Hz ................. +/- 12dB

    1kHz ................ +/- 12dB

    4.5kHz ................ +/- 12dB

    15kHz ................ +/- 12dB

    Loudness Contour (100Hz/19kHz) ......................... +8dB/+4dB

    Subsonic Filter at 10Hz (18dB/Oct.) .................... -10dB

    FM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity Mono ................................ 1.7uV/8.9dBf

    Stereo .............................. 4.3uV/17.9dBf

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono ........................ 2.5uV/13.2dBf

    Stereo ...................... 34uV/35.9dBf

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo) ............... 75/70dB

    Capture Ratio .......................................... 0.8dB

    Alt Channel Selectivity (+/- 400kHz) ................... 80dB

    Image Response Ratio ................................... 90dB

    Spurious Response Ratio ................................ 100dB

    AM Suppression Ratio ................................... 65dB

    Total Harm. Distortion at 65dBf (Mono & Stereo) ........ 0.1/0.2%

    T.H.D. at 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (Mono & Stereo) ... 0.3%/0.4%

    Stereo Separation (100Hz/1kHz/10kHz) ................... 40/50/40dB

    Sub-Carrier Product Rejection (19/38kHz) ............... 65/70dB

    AM TUNER SECTION

    Usable Sensitivity .................................... 300uV/m

    Selectivity (+/- 10kHz) ............................... 40dB

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio ................................. 55dB

    Image Response Ratio .................................. 50dB

    IF Response Ratio ..................................... 45dB

    GENERAL SECTION

    Power Requirements (50/60Hz) .......................... 120V AC +/- 10%

    Power Consumption ..................................... 650W/800VA

    AC Outlets ............................................ 2

    Dimensions (W x D x H) ................................ 23" x 17-5/16" x 7-14"

    Weight ................................................ 52 lbs.
     
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    Fisher RS-1015 Stereo Receiver Pic

    And now, by popular request, let the pictures begin. Only have this one pic. I'm sure other pictures for specific models will surface.

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  17. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-1020 Stereo Receiver Pics

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  18. cbottorff

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    Fisher RS-1022 Stereo Receiver Pics

    This is the North American version of this receiver.

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  19. cbottorff

    cbottorff Member

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    Fisher RS-1022L Stereo Receiver Pics

    This is the European version of this receiver.

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  20. yrly

    yrly Breaking records is good?

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    In regards to the Fisher RS-1080, the THD specs were updated in a later brouchure about that model, additionally a 4 ohm power spec was provided. I own 3 Fisher RS-1060s (one still in the original box) and two RS-1080s. Highly under rated receivers that will hold their own against some of the better stuff. I also have a few others a 1058, 1015, and ones I forget the models of.
     

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