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Sansui Receiver 1000X

Discussion in 'Exclusively Sansui' started by gyusher, Jun 12, 2003.

  1. gyusher

    gyusher -don't go round hungry-

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    I have a chance to pick up a near mit sansui 1000X receiver but I dont know what it is all about. . . can anyone tell me anything about the 1000X, prices, power, features, age etc. . . ? I appreciate it, Thanks_________________Guy
     
  2. BeatleFred

    BeatleFred Super Member

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    The 1000X dates back to the early 70's, I believe the rms wattage rating is 35 W.
     
  3. bobinaz

    bobinaz Active Member

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    I have a 1000x. I thought is was about 30 watts per channel.

    Some comments about it:

    It has a really good fm tuner. It picked up more stations (without an antenna)and sounded better than a 10 year old Nakamichi rcvr(with antenna) I had. Very simple to operate, very good build quality - take a look inside. Very nice, quality wood case. The Sansui 1000x is a quality vintage, and great sounding reciever. If you can get it for $20 to $60 dollars, go for it. I don't know that much about any re-sale value.
     
  4. bobinaz

    bobinaz Active Member

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    Forgot to mention that the phono stage is decent, my mom plays her CD's thru the AUX. The 1000x is a nice little all around rcvr and a nice slice of vintage ss equipment from the early 70's.
     
  5. gyusher

    gyusher -don't go round hungry-

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    Sansui 1000X

    Thanks gang. . . I am selling a mint Pioneer SX-980 and this guy wants to use the Sansui as partial trade. . . I know Pioneers but not much about others. . . Sometimes just being Pretty is not enough. . .
     

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