Tag Archives: Sansui

Sansui Eight Deluxe Receiver for Sale

10 Jun

Sansui 8 Deluxe Receiver For Sale

Sansui Eight Deluxe Receiver

Top of the line for the Sansui 'Single Digit' series, this 8 Deluxe is in excellent condition.

It's been completely looked over by a great technician here in the Bay Area and is ready for years of service.  With 60 watts per channel into 8 ohms, or 80 into 4 ohms, this receiver has more than enough power for most speakers out there (vintage and modern).

Contact us today to purchase this spectacular example.  Price:  $450


Sansui AU-717 Integrated Amplifier *FOR SALE*

6 Jun

Sansui AU-717 Integrated Amplifier

Sansui AU-717 Integrated Amplifier *FOR SALE*

$400 plus shipping costs.

Very clean example.

Has been fully checked out. The corrosive glue used on the circuit boards of these amps has been cleaned off. Power supply has been recapped. I can show you all of the old caps that were replaced. Unit still has all of its original output transistors.


Sansui Au-D607F Extra (1980)

21 May

Sansui AU-D607F Integrated Amplifier

Sansui Au-D607F Extra  (1980)

Introduced in 1980, this Sansui integrated amplifier uses Sansui's super feed-forward system newly developed as a technology of transcending the threshold of NFB.


Sansui 9090DB Receiver (1978)

7 May

Sansui 9090 DB Monster Receiver

Sansui 9090DB Receiver (1978)

The Sansui 9090DB was Sansui's flagship, top of the line receiver in 1978.  It posted impressive specs, with 125 watts per channel into 8 ohms at a total harmonic distortion of just 0.1%.  Despite the naming similarity, the Sansui 9090 and 9090DB are significantly different receivers.

The power output of the 9090 DB is 125 watts, while the 9090 manages 110 watts into 8 ohm.  Also, the power supply and amp sections are completely different and driver boards are different and the output transistor arrangement is different. The 9090 uses 8 NPN transistors while the 9090DB uses 4 PNP/NPN pairs.