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Sansui AU-7900 Integrated Amplifiers
Default filter applied. Canada Only. North America. Show only see all Show only. Free Returns. Free shipping.The Sansui AU is an integrated stereo amplifier giving a high power output of 80 watts per channel of clean, undistorted music reproduction: so accurate it becomes difficult to distinguish from the original live performance. Superb preamp, superb powerful amplifier. HiFi Buyers Guide. If you have any problems opening files please read the download FAQ.
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Login or register to post reviews. Reviewed Feb 22nd, by arjunag. Built in Reviewed Nov 15th, by Timken Receiver picks up great and the Amp is amazing. Reviewed Jun 09th, by Jan van Doorn. Reviewed Oct 08th, by profano. I am blown away by the power and crystal sound from this amazing piece of Japanese engineering. I got mine from Ebay in May with only left channel working. Only now I got the chanceto have it restored to it's full power again after taking it to my friend who is an expert in these old Hi-Fi's here in London.
Damas Electronics at Willesden Green. Any speaker will come out to life with the beauty of this amp sound. Get one if you can, no regrets at all! Its 75 watts are refined and powerful. My advice: pay for a fully restored model with new capacitors - not merely serviced - while retaining the original C-core transformers.
Hearing is believing!It has continuous power output of 50 watts per channel both channels, at Hz with no more than 0. Connections for two stereo tape decks, monitor switch for dubbing or copying from one to another. HiFi Buyers Guide. If you have any problems opening files please read the download FAQ. All files are provided under strict licence and reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited.
If you have additional documentation please consider donating a copy to our free archive. I have an AU owners manual "somewhere" in storage. When I finally get it all unpacked, would anyone like me to upload a copy? This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by Sansui. To purchase AU spares or accessories, please contact the company via their website or visit an authorised retailer. Sansui Integrated Amplifiers AU Submitted by Evan on March 3rd, Submitted by Moggio on October 28th, Submitted by Annalisa on January 10th, Submitted by Atani on October 28th, Submitted by turpos on August 26th, Submitted by Realvintage on May 6th, Create new account Request new password.
Gallery Images. Recent Comments. Recent Images.Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: Queens, New York. Scroll down in this auction and read the seller's comments. BeatleFredFeb 8, Location: 2nd Star to the Right. Gary FreedFeb 8, Location: A home filled with Luv 'n' Vinyl.
I have an AU Remarkable piece still, with extremely sensitive, subtle range and some ass-kickin' power. Use it for nighttime headphone listening with the Stax phones though I admit not much anymore unless there's suddenly a question about the guitar on "Within You, Without You"--but that's another thread.
The front of the AU looks almost identical to mine, with the same controls and design. If it works, well worth owning, and versatile for what it is. Also reliable: very hassle-free.
Ed BishopFeb 8, Its a long story about what happened to them- but Isao, the person who hosts the site, posted some information. I plan on working with him in the future in order to make the site even bigger and better. If you like vintage hi fi- then by all means visit: www. Location: New York, NY. I still have a Sansui turntable. The were always considered a great brand back in the 70's. Shame the name is never heard anymore. JohnGFeb 9, Szeppelin75 likes this.
Location: Boston MA. TullmanFeb 9, Sansui is still around.
Sansui AU 5900 a keeper?
They do have a website but it is in Japanese. BradOlsonFeb 10, Location: Spring Green, WI. I use a Sansui X reciever. I do like it a lot. I believe it came out about I couldnt find it on www. Location: Rochester, NY. I've got a QRX reciever that I use in the office. It's quad, low power but it works great.
Love the quad synth. I also have the monster QRXDiscussion in ' Exclusively Sansui ' started by art2music58Oct 31, Log in or Sign up. Sansui AU a keeper? Messages: It seems built to last a life time. And can someone comm :scratch2: ent on the sound because i need to fabricate cables so right now i get to look and stair. Is there anybody out there? Messages: 1, Location: MN.
ANY vintage Sansui is a keeper BrudhaOct 31, Messages: 19, Location: Hong Kong. I can't compare it with the ARC no experience with onebut I'd suggest the AU is a keeper on it's own merits, at least until you run into a bigger one from the seriesor perhaps another even larger Sansui or one that sounds better to your ears maybe AU, AU, AU, AU, AU, etc One of the joys of this hobby is that there are MANY very good units out there, each with their own particular strengths and weaknesses.
How you combine them sources with amps with speakers also has a big impact on the sound that comes out. Each of us has slightly different hearing and preferences, and what ultimately matters is what sounds best TO YOU. If the AU sounds great to your ears as it will to many people's earsthen it certainly is well-made enough to be a "keeper". ArkayOct 31, Messages: 7, Location: 30 min north of seattle. Au In a word YES!!!
Messages: Location: Seminole,Florida. Definitely a keeper. I'm sure it sounds similar to my AU Real warm and tube like sound BrandXRCNov 1, Messages: 63 Location: Norway. I am a newbie Sansui au owner and visitor to this forum. I alternate between the and a modern amplifier set Musical Innovation in my system, the Sansui was bought mainly because I wanted to enjoy vintage sound as well and because it has a RIAA. By reading all the threads on this forum, I thought at first I had made a big mistake not buying something older and bigger by Sansui, and so onbut I keep constantly wondering why on earth I should have to go for more power or warmth, this "little" thing really amazes me again and again - it is a true pleasure to use and own - crystal clear and sweet sound, with plenty of room and bass.How to stop a gate from sagging
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Personally, I despise radio so a receiver especially when they have the tuner switch between phono and aux is just unappealing to me. I don't think anyone bought it, but that's madness. Very troubling. My question is, are the lower powered units in the series much worse? Is it just bragging rights to have the 71X or does it matter?
Truthfully, I live in an apartment so I'm not planning on pushing max watts anyway.
One final thing, I happen to have some midatlantic racks in my living room, so the idea of rack-mounting is appealing of course, most units for sale don't even have the brackets. Also - great advice on here! You guys are great. PostAmpDec 8, Messages: 3, Location: Sydney, Australia. The AU is the sweet-spot in the smaller form factory AU series amps. The AU and AU are extremely similar in terms of sound quality and grunt. I own a restored andand Dad has several AUs.
If you can find a nice AU for the right money, I would't hesistate to grab it. Regarding the vsI have a slight preference towards the as it slightly more resolving than the However, there is not a lot in it.
To get the best out of any of the above amps, you're certainly looking at a recap, the replacement of known troublesome components, and removal of the corrosive glue. Once this has been undertaken, you'll have a superb amp on your hands. One more question I just thought of - I was just wondering because I've seen it a few times in ads, but why do some units have jumpers on the back between the pre-amp out and the power-amp in?
Is there an advantage to that? Am I missing something? Messages: Location: Sacramento, CA. Jumpers on back are for using your integrate amp as a pre amp. Houas07tcDec 8, Messages: Location: Europe. It will drive a wide range of speakers without any problem. But an AU won't dissapoint you either. I would not recommend the AU as with its low power output it is not very versatile needs the "right" speakers for best performance.
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