Sansui HiFi Guide
Detailing the 1980 Sansui range of HiFi components
For years professionals in Hi-Fi magazines as well as the true music lovers have always applauded the remarkable performances of all Sansui products.
The main reason for this success lies in the company's policy of concentrating its efforts strictly on the development of pure Hi-Fi equipment - only Hi-Fi, everything Hi-Fi !
More than once this resulted in dramatic breakthroughs and improvements with an impact not only on Sansui, but on the entire world of Hi-Fi technology.
Our exclusive DD/DC-circuitry has been widely accepted as a landmark in the search for the most natural sound reproduction. TIM distortion, first thoroughly studied and applied by Sansui will soon be recognized as the vital parameter in judging the quality of an hi-fi component.
All our components are designed with meticulous care to match the very high Sansui quality standards
AT-15L, AU-117 mkII, AU-217 mkII, AU-317 mkII, AU-417, AU-719, AU-919, AU-X1, AX-7, BA-F1, CA-F1, D-90, ES-207, ES-209, ES-P301, ES-P303, ES-P305, FR-D3, FR-D4, FR-Q5, G-301, G-401, G-4700, G-5500, G-5700, G-6700, G-7700, G-9700, J-11, J-33, MA-7, RA-900, SC-1300, SC-1330, SC-3300, SC-3330, SC-5300, SC-5330, SE-5, SE-7, SP-X6700, SP-X7700, SP-X8700, SP-X9700, SR-222 mkII, SR-B200S, TA-300, TA-300, TA-500, TA-500, TU-217, TU-317, TU-417, TU-719, TU-919, TU-X1, XR-Q9
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