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Tips on buying vintage:
Regardless of how good any individual component specs out, your audio system will only perform as well as the weakest component in the system. The best exotic loudspeakers available will sound mediocre when driven by a gutless power amplifier. Likewise, a powerful, expensive, accurate amplifier driving cheap, poor quality speakers will sound cheap. Superb audio systems are assembled by collecting superb components. When it all finally comes together, you will hear it, see it and know it!


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VINTAGE STEREO RECEIVERS, AMPS, TUNERS, ETC FOR SALE
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Hafler 9180 amp / 945 preamp  (1992)  being serviced

HH Scott Stereomaster 342 receiver (1966)  18 WPC  $125

The Fisher 100 with S-30 extension speaker (1968)  $TBD (uber rare)

Kenwood KA-405 integrated amp (79-'80)  55 WPC  $250

Mitsubishi DA-F10 stereo tuner (1977) $200

Kenwood KA-8100 integrated amp ('77-'79) 75 WPC  $600 (primo! wood case available at additional cost)

Nikko TRM-750 integrated amp / NT-850 tuner ('77-'78) 75 WPC  $500 (mint, one owner, boxes included)

Technics SA-80 receiver (1978) 15 WPC  $200 (pristine)

Mitsubishi DA-R15 receiver (1980)  45 WPC  $245 (mint, one owner)

Yamaha CR-420 receiver ('78-'80) 22 WPC  $225 (perfect)

Rotel RX-603 receiver ('77-'79) 45 WPC  $350 (pristine)

Realistic STA-64 receiver ('76-'78) 16 WPC  $225 (recapped, pristine)

Fisher 550T ('66-'68)  35 WPC  $300 (rebuilt)

NAD 7120 receiver (1985) 20 WPC  $200

Fisher RS-2002 receiver (1978) 22 WPC  $200 (perfect)

JVC R-S33 receiver (1980) 40 WPC  $250

Reference 240R receiver ('78-'79)  24 WPC  $225 (mint)

Lafayette LR-75B receiver (1974)  10 WPC  $75 (pristine)

Realistic STA-85 receiver ('78-'79)  35 WPC  $210 (pristine)


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VINTAGE STEREO SPEAKER SYSTEMS FOR SALE (prices are for the pair)

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Choosing a speaker...although this may spark a lively debate, basically, there aren't many quality vintage speaker systems that really need more than a bass woofer driver and tweeter (a 2-way system).  Speakers that have specs such as 10 to 50 watts or 50 -200 watts are based on sensitivity, from approximately 82dB to 105db.  A less sensitive speaker will require more watts for a louder volume. It can be surprising how much volume some late '60s-'70's speakers produce while rated at "only" 10-18 watts yet rated at 95dB sensitivity.  It's all down to two things: design and YOUR ears.. 


The Advent Loudspeaker (OLA, Bullnose)  $400 (pristine, refoamed)

Klipsch KG 4.5 ('94-'97)  $400 (oak)

Yamaha NS-5 ('76-'79)  $250

Bose 401 ('88-'94)  $400 (mint, one owner, teak veneer)

Kenwood LS-770 / Trio LS-77 ('77-'79)  $TBD (rare and astonishing!)

"The Fisher" KS-1A ('65-'68)  $225 (pristine)

Hartley Zodiac Jr (1978)  $250 (rare and pristine)

Infinity 2000.4 ('97-'04)  $200

Opera Prima (Classica Series, Italy 2015)  $900 (includes black iron stands)

Bowers & Wilkins LM1 "leisure" monitors ('88-'90)  $200 (mint)

ADS L620 ('79-'82)  SOLD (one owner, perfect!)

JBL L-60T ('85-'87)  $400

Klipsch R-15M Monitors ('14-'21)  $225 (mint, walnut)

ADS L1 (mid 80's)  $400 (perfect, rare & sweet!)

Bose 201 Series II ('84-'91)  $150 (mint)

Quad LITE monitors (2008)  $250 (cherry laminate)


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VINTAGE STEREO TURNTABLES FOR SALE (no shipping)

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NOTE: For most turntables, removing the dust cover when playing LP's can result in better sound. The dust cover can act like a giant tympanic membrane which has a tendency to transmit the vibrations it picks up from the cartridge through the connection of the tonearm to the plinth.


Realistic Lab 260 (1980)  $225 (pristine)

Technics SL-D2 ('79-'80)  $225

Micro Seiki MB10 ('76-'80) $225 (rare, pristine, one owner)

Technics SL-1500 ('75-'78)  $375 (pristine, one owner, original box + more)

Philips GA-406 Automatic (1978)  $250 (full auto)

Sony PS-X50 ('78-'81)  $550 (pristine, edited info)

Philips GA-427 (Holland, 1976)  SOLD

Denon DP-1700 (DP-1000) ('74-'77)  $400 w/ Satin M-117 MC 

Sony PS-5520 (1972)  SOLD

Sanyo TP-728 (1977)  $200

Yamaha P-500 (early 80's) $275 (direct drive, full auto)

JVC L-A55  ('79-'80)  $200

Yamaha P-220 ('80-'81)  $150

Onkyo CP-1200A ('89-'92) $200

Reference 510-T by Quadraflex (1978) $250

JVC AL31 (1982)  $200

Yamaha P-350 ('78-'80)  $250 (pristine)


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VINTAGE STEREO TAPE DECKS / CD / EQUALIZERS / MISC FOR SALE

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Panasonic RE-787 bookshelf stereo system  (1967)  8 WPC  $125

NAD 6240 stereo cassette deck ('86-'89)  $225

NAD 5330 CD player ('86-'87)  $225

Yamaha KX-260 cassette deck ('92-'94)  $225

DBX II Model 128 dynamic range expander (1981)  $200

Rheem-Roberts 808D (Akai CR-80D) 8-track player/recorder (1971)  $250 (pristine & rare)

GE TA556B 8-track deck (by Sony) (1975)  $125 (perfect, wood case) 

NIB Blank 7" reel tapes

Various brands equalizers / frequency analyzers


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COMPONENTS ON DISPLAY BUT NOT CURRENTLY FOR SALE

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Concept 11.0 receiver (1980)  120 WPC

Concept 2QD turntable (1980)

Realistic Lab 500  turntable (1980)

Optonica SM-3205 integrated amp (1978) 40 WPC  

Optonica ST-1515B stereo tuner (1978)

Optonica RP-3636MKii turntable (1978)  

Siefert Research Maxim III-H (1985) speakers