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This 1970's Sony silver face receiver features a nice, real wood veneered wood case, metal knobs, a glass dial. It's simply to use with AM/FM stereo and inputs for a turntable (ceramic or magnetic) tape and an auxiliary source. The volume knob is split so each channel's volume can be controlled separately, or when turned together, the volume in the right and left channel increase simultaneously.
This Sony STR-222 is SOLD. It will be shipped with speaker cables, antenna cables and with another box to protect the original box. Contact us for more details.
Sony STR-7055 Receiver (1972-976)
A real beauty from Sony is the STR-7055 and it's close sibling, the STR-7065. The 1970s near-equivalent to the 1960s STR-6120. It had the same lineup near-topper status, same quality but a very different internal structure. The differences between the 7055 and the real topper STR-7065 lie in more power, a third output for an extra loudspeaker pair, the possibility to mix two microphones together. The rest is the same : DC structure (yes), FET-charged 4-gang FM tuner section).