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Kenwood KR-11000GX

2 Mar

Kenwood KR-11000GX Receiver

Kenwood KR-11000GX Receiver  Photo:Starsky on eBay


Kenwood KR-11000GX

This is the European version of the more well known KR-11000G and the Model Eleven G.  The major differences being that these often featured switchable 110v, 220v transformers and the black faceplate.  The KR-11000GX was a popular purchase for military personnel on overseas bases in Europe.

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Kenwood KC-6060A Scope Audio Analyzer

13 Dec

Kenwood KC-6060A Scope Audio Analyzer (~1975)

The Kenwood KC-6060A is a slightly revised version of the KC-6060 from 1970.    The KC-6060A offered and still does hours and even days of marveling at waveforms drawing patterns on the green-ish 3" CRT tube


Kenwood KD-1500 Auto Stop Turntable

5 Sep

Kenwood KD-1500 Turntable / Record Player

Kenwood KD-1500 Turntable

The Kenwood KD-1500 is a great entry level belt drive turntable.  Functionally, it's a very simple machine, with a simple mechanism that stops the platter and lifts the tonearm at the end of the record.  Both 33 and 45 rpm records are catered to.

Drive: Belt Drive
Mechanism: Auto Stop
Speeds: 33 & 45 RPM
Cartridge Mount: Standard 1/2"


Kenwood KR-9400 Receiver

30 Jul


Kenwood KR-9400 Receiver


Kenwood KR-9400 Receiver (1975)

The KR-9400 is one of the most powerful vintage stereo receivers from Kenwood.  It delivers a minimum of 120 watts of continuous power per channel into 8 ohm speakers, both channels driven, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, with no more than 0.1% total harmonic distortion.

The KR-9400 provides extremely high FM stereo separation throughout the audio spectrum, thanks to a newly developed phase lock loop IC circuit incorporated in the stereo FM decoder section, achieving more than 45dB separation at 1 kHz; better than 35dB at all frequencies from 30Hz to 10kHz.

A cool-running power transformer and massive heat sinks form the heart of a dual positive-negative power supply to the high-output transistor stages. This no-compromise design assures safe, cool operation even under continuous full-power output.

More specs and pictures after the break.