I picked up an Onkyo Integra T-4017 (c.1982) from that famous auction site for $14.00 plus shipping, total $28.00. This little "diamond in the rough" is really a pretty nice little tuner in stock condition, but needed a little work. One thing this tuner lacks is Onkyo's "R1" remote system. It cannot be interconnected to an Onkyo preamp and operated via remote, nor does it have it's own remote capability. This tuner predates the introduction of the R1 remote system which apparently came out in the late '80's. That's not a big deal except that I like playing with the remote and am too lazy to get up to change channels. First, some photos. Nice display. Stereo/Mono, Wide/Narrow Mode, Local/DX, etc. The tuner's APR (Onkyo's Automatic Precision Reception) will automatically choose what it thinks is the optimum settings for everything, and generally gets it right, but you can override the Stereo/Mono and Wide/Narrow settings for best reception. Local/DX is automatic. 16 channel memory. It can automatically scan for stations, or you can step through the frequencies manually. The 75 ohm antenna connection is a little funky. I just may install an F-connector socket there. :scratch2: UPDATE! ~ I did install an F-connector socket. I just could not leave it as it was. This is much better! :yes: Output level control! That's nice, something you don't see every day!