Discussion in 'Kenwood-Trio/Kensonic-Accuphase' started by Retro Stereo, Nov 4, 2009.
Powerhouse that one
Late '70s Kenwood L-07 Mk II mono amps. Just out of the shop and working great.
That is the way Kenwood should have done it.
I just picked up a beautiful and completely restored KA-7100 from a local tech. I am particularly impressed with phono section. It makes my old JVC L-F41 sound as good as it did when I bought it in 1980. He has restored quite a few of these and I think he’s got it down. It’s giving my restored Marantz 1060 a run for its money! Cosmetically it is virtually flawless. I will take some pictures of the innards tomorrow.
I have a (hopjohn) restored KA 7100 that I listen to every day. Love it!
Here’s some pics under the hood or, if you’re across the pond, bonnet.
My avatar says it all..
Also have a KD-2055
My newly restored KA-5700. This is the second KA-5700 in the collection. I've had it a few years collecting dust, but it was forced into a full restoration and subsequent duty when the Pioneer SA-510 blew the tweeter out of my beloved JBL L20T. This will be going into the bench setup to replace the Pioneer that's being decommissioned.
Here is my new to me Kenwood Model 500. Using it to feed my also new to me Sony SS-M7s.
Looking for a matching 600T to complement it so if you're looking to offload one give me a shout out.
Very, very nice.
Though kinda hard to see in my avatar, my KA6000 and 6060 scope always made for a great light and sound show in the 70s. When I took the 6000 to a McIntosh clinic, Dave O'Brien couldn't help but smile and say, "Well it's working great...today." He said that a lot.
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