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Sanyo DCX-3300K , anybody interested?

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mikefc55

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I just picked up a nice looking Sanyo 3300K. I've not tested it yet, looking to see if there is any interest here. I can go through it and then negotiate a price if someone would like it. I have many items to put on the bench and go through, so if no feedback here I'll just stack it for now or canabalise it over time for parts. ( disregard the Sansui in the pic, that's a keeper)
 

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This is where you might want to think about posting your location in your membership profile. There are members from all over the world here. You might be in the next city to an interested buyer, or you might be on another continent.
 

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I had this on the bench and gave it a quick run through. I De Ox'd the pots and switches, cleaned all the knobs and faceplate. Tested FM and Aux inputs, working.

All outputs working, Front Left may be suspect , a little scratchy . Look at video for a full demo. It's a very nice unit for someone looking to get into quad sound.

Sold as is, no return. I do not have the time to go further on the restoration.

Specifications
Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 20W/ch into 4Ω (quadraphonic)

Frequency response: 80Hz to 12kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 10%

Input sensitivity: 5mV (MM), 120mV (line)

Speaker load impedance: 8Ω (minimum)

Semiconductors: 5 x IC, 15 x FET, 10 x transistors, 25 x diodes

Dimensions: 530 x 390 x 150mm

Weight: 10.9kg

Year: 1974
 

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I have a DCX 3500k Sanyo that's not in use at the moment. Does the DCX 3300K have a CD 4 demodulater? The DCX 3500K does. I'm really not into receivers. I much prefer my Pioneer SA706 (one for front and one for rear) and a tuner.
 
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