Sansui QRX-6500 / JVC 4DD-5 CD4 demodulator

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jberq

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Downsizing home and need to let go of some things. I am not experienced in online sales and I thought I'd start at QQ. I live in the DFW, TX area so if anyone is in the area and interested we could skip the shipping cost. As the Sansui weighs 50 pounds shipping would be substantial ($60-$75 as best I can gauge). I am the original (1974) and only owner of both units.

I am asking $450 for the QRX-6500 (plus shipping). Everything on it works although I must admit I can not test the phono section as I do not have a turntable. But last I did it worked fine. All inputs, the AM/FM tuner and all
speaker terminals are functional. Case has a few bruises bit not bad for a 45 year-old unit.

For the 4DD-5 I am asking $50 (plus shipping). As above I do not have a turntable so I can not currently test it. But again it worked fine when I did. Includes manual and calibration disc.


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ChristopherLees

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Melbourne Australia
Yes that's a good surround from stereo decoder in the QRX receiver. and a good QS decoder too
The front and rear channel headphone sockets enable you to record the quadraphonic output, or just send it to another surround system as a decoder
they are starting to go for good money on ebay too.
 
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