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Found this is in a 1972 Australian HiFi magazine. Review of the original SP10 (known as SL1000). Priced at $672. That’s $7,200 in 2021 dollars. 

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4 hours ago, Mr Thorens said:

Found this is in a 1972 Australian HiFi magazine. Review of the original SP10 (known as SL1000). Priced at $672. That’s $7,200 in 2021 dollars. 

 

To put this in perspective

 

Sydney median house price in 1972 was about $64k so it's a tad more than 1% of the median house price.

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Check out the final fight in A Quiet Place Part 2.

Two SP10s in a broadcast desk.

 

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