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Item: Sansui AU7700 Integrated Amp
Location: Perth 6034
Price: $650
Item Condition: Very good
Reason for selling: Bought a modern Integrated
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank Deposit
Extra Info:

 

For sale is an excellent Sansui AU7700 Integrated Amp. I have enjoyed owning it for a year having purchased it from Phil Sydney here on Stereo Net.

It has real power and authority, sound is on the warm side of neutral.

On receiving the amp, I had a service conducted by Chamila at RF Waves in Perth where Caps, Speaker terminals and AC Cable were replaced, noisy headphone socket and pots cleaned.

All switches function perfectly.

Has plenty of filters and switches to keep you busy plus 2 Phono, 2 Auxillary, 2 tape loops and Tuner inputs.

I also have a colour photocopy of the instruction manual.

 

Local buyers welcome to an audition, Interstate buyers can be assured of good packaging for safe transport.

 

Have only decided to sell it as I required remote control of inputs and volume and my wife would prefer the convenience of more modern devices.

 

This from Audioengine:

Sansui AU-7700

Description

Sansui's prototype of the AU-7700 created a lot of excitement in our audio engineering division.

Here was an integrated amplifier of moderately large power output, very low distortion, sophisticated tone controls and source handling capabilities and much more.

Features of the AU-7700 include terminals for connecting up to two pairs of speakers, circuits for handling two tape decks, terminals for connecting up to two turntables, selectable pick-up load, versatile control of tonal quality and high and low filter switches.

Specifications

Power output: 54 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 10Hz to 50kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.1%

Damping factor: 30

Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 100mV (DIN), 100mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 75dB (MM), 85dB (DIN), 85dB (line)

Channel separation: 75dB (MM), 85dB (line)

Output: 100mV (line), 30mV (DIN), 0.8V (Pre out)

Speaker load impedance: 8Ω (minimum)

Semiconductors: 57 x transistors, 22 x diodes, 3 x zener diodes, 1 x LED

Dimensions: 434 x 130 x 315mm

Weight: 12.3kg

Year: 1975



 
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46 minutes ago, Alanpartridge said:

Yes he is, I really hope that he enjoys it. 

Also really hoping that my new  replacement amp will sound better after breaking in as its lacking any real dynamics.?

Which one did u get? You using the Bronze BTW?

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1 hour ago, Alanpartridge said:

Yes he is, I really hope that he enjoys it. 

Also really hoping that my new  replacement amp will sound better after breaking in as its lacking any real dynamics.?

My understanding is, our ears (brain) have to get used to appreciating a different sonic signature from one amp to the next. It may well be that it is currently lacking in the dynamics dept as well and once electronics etc broken in will improve, but I think what does happen simultaneously is something akin to palate cleans in our musical perception.

 

Got less than 2c worth of proof for these "my 2c worth".

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45 minutes ago, zippi said:

My understanding is, our ears (brain) have to get used to appreciating a different sonic signature from one amp to the next. It may well be that it is currently lacking in the dynamics dept as well and once electronics etc broken in will improve, but I think what does happen simultaneously is something akin to palate cleans in our musical perception.

 

Got less than 2c worth of proof for these "my 2c worth".

Yes, my experience, the brain eventually becomes accustomed to the change in sound rather than a new product breaking in and improving in time, Speakers will - but an amp? 

 

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