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FS: Vintage Sansui QRX-5500 Quadraphonic Receiver

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FS: Vintage Sansui QRX-5500 Quadraphonic Receiver ***SOLD***

***SOLD***

Nice Sansui QRX-5500 Quadraphonic Stereo Receiver in working condition. Outputs for 4 pairs of speakers , System A (front and rear) and System B (front and rear). This receiver came from an audiophile's estate.

Tested with FM and Aux (CD player), no other inputs were tested. All meters work. All lamps work except for 1 power meter light. The faceplate/knobs are in excellent condition and wood case is in good condition, some chipped veneer on sides/corners and top, but minimum overall wear for its age.

With 220 watts into 4 ohms or 160 watts into 8 ohms, (60 watts per/ch in stereo) it can easily drive most speakers. It has a great tuner, two phono stages, two auxiliary inputs and two tape inputs. Good old school (phono, cass and reel to reel) or plug-in up to four digital devices. Enjoy two channel stereo or four channel surround sound.

This receiver is 23.5”W x 14.75”D x 8”H and weighs 50 LBS.

$335 plus shipping. PM if interested.

 

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