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Toshiba SC-410

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surteess

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Damn you always find some cool stuff. Another QM decoder. The decode modes are interesting. I don't think I've noticed that on the other Toshiba/Otto gear that's been posted. I'm always befuddled that if this is intended for the J market, why are the labels in English?
 

Circular Vibes

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Here is the original auction link. Toshiba seems to be trying to compete with the Sansui QS-1 decoder with all those settings. I doubt it is any better in performance. Toshiba made a few decoders like this. Some had built in rear amps like this and others were for 4 channel preamps. This would be best suited for someone with a table top crumpack (tm Quad Linda) stereo system. These come up on Yahoo Auctions a few times a year. It is actually easier to find genuine Sansui decoders of better quality for good prices.
 

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Hi Surtees, I’m in Auckland and am a quadraphonic novice. I’m looking for a receiver if you know any locals with something decent for sale? Many thx for any help you can give. John V
 
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