Here is the Kenwood KA-2002A integrated introduced in 1973. It is rated around 12 to 13W/channel into 8 ohms both channels driven. The fascia shares cosmetic similarities with the U.S available units KA-4004, KA-6004, and KA-8004. It is another of Kenwood's entry level amplifiers based on the earlier design of the KA-2002. The most notable difference between the 2002, other than the appearance, is that the 2002A lacks the pre-out / main in jacks of its predecessor. The 2002A did add a few minor improvements. Firstly, the inclusion of a two amp fuse in the lamp circuit. The 2002A dropped the notoriously noisy 2SC458 for the well-regarded 2SC1416 low noise differentials in both stages of the phono amp. Unfortunately, the 2SC458 still remained in the tone amp and power amp, definite areas to improve upon during restoration. The TO-220 2SC1060 outputs (two per channel) are the same devices used in the 2002, and are coupled by a 1000uf 25V axial electrolytic at each output. Front view. The plastic surround around the power switch is loose and causing it to stick. Add it to the restoration to-do list. Rear view. The jacks badly coated in gunk typical of units that have lived near the coast. Top view. This is a look after most of the dust has been removed. The board is loaded with low leak style Elna brand caps. The main cap is Matsushita ( Panasonic's mother company ). Kenwood used quality parts. Main Board. A closer look. The metal cased 2SC1416 are well regarded. Before, Single 2200uf 50V power filter capacitor and the 10DC-1 three pin rectifier The Hitachi 2SC1060 output devices are collector insulated, mounted to a L-shaped heatsink Output coupling caps. These axial style caps are a pain to find quality replacements for, but I have an idea on how to deal with them. Bottom view. The removable bottom panel is a nice touch. Thanks Kenwood. Coming up...the "after" photos and more.....stay tuned.