Sherwood receiver S-75cp

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  1. prisoners

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    Can anyone please provide some info on this piece? I've looked everywhere with no results. Thanks in advance, Rich
     
  2. mhardy6647

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    Does it look like any of these? This is the centerfold of a brochure I have. The "big one" is the S-110CP. I don't recall all the other models, but I can pull it out and look if one looks like it might be the one you're interested in.
     

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    Thank you. It appears to be the top left model. Rich
     
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    I'll pull out the brochure tonight & check.
     
  5. vintagestereo

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    The brochure also shows one of the very first digital tuners on the lower left.
     
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    Orion info.
    1978-80, 70 wpc, $700.
     
  7. mhardy6647

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    By far, not one of the very first (Heathkit, SAE, and even Sherwood, among others had them years before... with Nixie displays!), but arguably one of the best: The Draco/Sherwood Micro CPU-100 tuner.

    http://www.fmtunerinfo.com/reviewsO-Z.html#sherwood

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  8. Kohl

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    Sherwood S-75CP.

    Picked up a Sherwood S-75CP at GW yesterday, was not working, blown fuse and the pre / main jumpers were missing. It is deox'd, cleaned, new fuse and jumpers and working flawlessly, I was surprised all the lights were working. Not much info out there for these models, anyone know why the S-110CP and S-75CP did not follow the xxxx (7000 etc) model number format? Any PDF copies of the sales literature out there? Thanks
     

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