Teac AS-200 Integrated Amplifier (1968)
Teac, more often known for their reel to reel tape machines, also made this Teac AS-200 Integrated Amplifier in the late 1960's. The machine is wrapped in a wood veneered case, and the wood veneer carries through to the flip down front panel, and even in the square buttons. Yes, there is real wood veneer (not vinyl!) inlaid in those small square buttons.
Some other interesting features are 2 Phono and Aux inputs, selected between '1' and '2' via small knobs under the flop down panel. Build quality is very high, with a tremendous attention to detail which carries through to the internals. Inside there is an amplifier section which is capable of 40 watts per channel, via two modular amplifier boards.
The rest of this series also contained an AF-200 electronic crossover, an the AE-200 power amplifier.
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