I was out shopping this morning and stopped in at the local Goodwill. Today is 50% off OLD FARTS day. What the Hell, Why not go look. Buried amongst all the junk I spy a Turntable. Pull it out and find a non descript FISHER 2 spd from the 80's that was in bad shape and part of a 4 pcs set. It ws missing the tonearm weight, the headshell was literally destroyed, and it looked like shit. But the REST of the 4 pcs looked good even tho they are supposed to be BPC. CA-800 Integrated Amp, FM-600 AM/FM Digital Tuner, and a Cr124 cassette deck with Dolby and metal capable. I found a pair of cheesy speakers (the only kind around here in the goodwills) and hooked it all together. All the components had their respective RCA Cables, and plugged into the Amp via proprietary power plugs. Fired it up and everything played quite good even tho some of the pots and switches need De-Oxit. So i looked at the price for the 4 pcs and the tag said $60. I took them and the turntable up to the register and explained that I wasn't interested in the turntable as it was missing parts and the headshell was busted up and pretty much no chance of finding another. They took $20.00 off and then applied my 50% discount for OLD FARTS Day. $21.20 including Tax. Which really isn't bad for a working integrated, matching tuner, and cassette deck. The CA-800 hails from 1983 and is reputed to be a fairly good 100W amp. Even for a Chip amp. Output's are a pair of STK-0080's. One of the guys here is doing or has finished a thread on overhauling one. Might be something to consider one of these days. All 3 pieces need a lot of cleaning and pot/switch DeOxit. They actually sound quite decent on the NLA's and the SP2000's. A little bass shy, until you kick in the Loudness. Typical FISHER! about 80% of the bass you expect then when you hit the loudness you get 150% more than expected. And those BIG ASS METERS are just fun as hell to watch. With and without flash.