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Sansui 5000A

AM/FM Stereo Tuner Amplifier (1969-70)

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Sansui 5000A


Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 55 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Year: 1969


service manual   English - sbirov

CE-005 service bulletin   English - Ivy Caudieus

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Reviewed Dec 12th, 2014 by uscfchess

My collection is mainly marantz. Bought this 5000A about 6 months ago and had it repaired. Finally hooked it up to replace a 2275/marantz while having a few lamps changed and I'm very impressed with the Sansui. It sounds a lot like a marantz,,,I won't say better b/c I am such a marantz fan. I don't think it looks as good as 70's marantz but it sounds as good. I like the fact when I switch to aux the dial lights go out. For 55 wpc of the vintage juice this thing rocks and it's quality audio. Nothing distorted and plenty of bass. I've had a few Sansui but very few. I've got a B-3000 amp,,,this is approx 10 years older and sounds better. I bought the 5000A w/a marantz 2270 and sold the marantz (already had one). Glad I kept this 5000A,,,it's a keeper.



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re: 5000A

Schematic is incomplete. Both parts are duplicates of each other. Anyone have a schematic?

re: 5000A

Anyone familiar with the Model 5000 LA. Is that possibly the designation for the factory upgrade of the board?


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