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Old 9th November 2007, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default Technics Receiver SA-400 Schematic

Hi all,

In the beginning of this week had good luck and found one Technics SA-400 Receiver for sale .
This particular model is actually the first brand new receiver I had as a young kid so it has some special value to me.
Well, I bought it unseen....once shipment arrived I found out that it is in mint condition, wow

Enough blabla.....

Does anyone have schematic or service manual for this receiver?

(As a former and partly current service technician it's very hard to own equipment without a schematic)

Ok, I will ultimately buy a manual but I thought that I should ask if someone here has something to share.

Iím thankful for any help.
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Old 9th November 2007, 07:27 PM   #2
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Default The power amplifier uses STK2048 module


Check to see if your unit uses the same.

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Default Re: The power amplifier uses STK2048 module

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Check to see if your unit uses the same.
Hi Carlos,

Not the same. SA-400 is an older receiver from 1978. It has STK0040 in poweramp and analogue radio.

Thanks anyway for trying.
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Default I understood.... a pitty, this one i do not have.


I hope you will find it..... and after that, send the schematic for me too.

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Default I was searching..but once again i found a wrong model


I have the SA424...and this one uses STK8040.

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Hi Carlos,

Thanks for your efforts.
I have now ordered an original manual (I'm so impatient about this one in particular).
I was hoping to possibly getting a schematic so I could rest my mind until shipment arrives.
Carlos, I promise, you will receive a copy if you wish.
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