Discussion in 'Exclusively Sansui' started by onepixel, Jul 18, 2007.
Impressive. Ive never seen that. Solid state ? Cant see the model numbers
AU / TU - 555, solid state. Baby brother of the 999s.
It's clearly a great photograph of these pieces too: might be worth posting a larger size version of it, just you know for our collective Sansui ogling needs. Hand it to Sansui, they were the masters of the smart-looking tuner dial in whichever configuration, round or straight or what have you
If you're going to show off your gear.... learn how to take good photos.
I have the same tuner - one of the most attractive components Sansui ever made. Now to find a matching amp. Love your setup!
I just acquired this beauty in superb condition. The Sansui 1000x has won me over. Great sounding little receiver. Would it be blasphemy to add rubber feet, instead of using the felt pads?
Yeah... I love those round dials. Good luck finding it's mate!
As much as I like the X0X0 series, these earlier ones have a classic line. Love the sound too.
Knucklehead, you are killing me here...
Your Sansui looks EXACTLY like the 3000 I had back in the '70's...bought it off a friend who had bought it in Vietnam while stationed there. To this day
I regret that I sold it...man, did she drive my (new at the time) Bose 901's! (still have those )
AU-11000a by GM250 posted Jan 9, 2018 at 2:34 PM
My AU-11000a, a bit sick and off to be serviced.
Nice TT...what's that amp down there on the bottom right hand side...?!?
McIntosh C-32 pre and MC-2205 amp
My Sansui AU-999
Half way, restored.
Waiting for more parts to complete the restauration.
My Sansui Seven receiver
AU-919 and TU 717 in rotation in the study paired with JBL L100's
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