Integrated Stereo Amplifier (1976-77)
The Sansui AU 2900 is an integrated stereo amplifier with ample power (17 watts, both channels into 8 ohms, at 1000Hz) and dramatically low-distortion, clean tone characterise the most moderately-priced of the AU Series.
It's design is also based on the true complementary OCL power circuit, with dual-transistor differential amp in the initial stage.
Dual plus/minus power supply for all major circuits gives you interference-free, stable tonal quality at all reproduction levels.
Low-noise phono equaliser
Stepped tone controls
Outputs for 2 sets of speaker systems
Complete range of controls, high filter and loudness switches, source selectors and input/output terminals
Power output: 15 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 10Hz to 40kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.3%
Damping factor: 50
Signal to noise ratio: 90dB (line)
Channel separation: 57dB (MM)
Dimensions: 400 x 120 x 240mm
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Reviewed Feb 06th, 2016 by xevman
A very good entry level amplifier, perfect for small systems like a bedroom or office or even for a compact dedicated vinyl setup. Pair with efficient speakers if you plan on filling a larger room. If the price is reasonable highly recommended you pick one up.
Reviewed Apr 15th, 2014 by andy-h-h
Nice little amp - sounds great, perfect for small set-ups, don't let the low wattage put you off. Quite loud, well matched with small / efficient speakers. Easily drove large speakers too. Grab one if the price is right - undervalued amp
Reviewed Feb 14th, 2014 by sheahandrive
Love this guy. I have two of themâ€¦both with scratchy selector pots and cold solder joints going on insideâ€¦hoping to restore them to their glory.