Detailing the Sanyo range of Audio and Video Components
6CA T45, DCA-250, DCA-650, DCX-2000K, DCX-3000KA, DCX-3100K, DCX-3300KA, DCX-4000K, DCX-6000K, DCX-8000K, DXT-5401K, F 8119A, F 8468, F 8588, FSP-07, FSP-401, FSP-81, FSP-856, FT-1100, FT-4020, FT-4021, FT-4022, FT-4023, FT-4026, FT-4027, FT-4028, FT-4030, FT-4033, FT-4034, FT-4060, FT-433, FT-816, FT-819, G-1126, G-1526, G-2219, G-2319N, G-2519, G-2612N, G-2613NK, G-2615N, G-2915NK, GXT-4511H, GXT-4512K, GXT-4514K, GXT-4521H, GXT-4551H, GXT-4615K, GXT-4620K, GXT-4640K, GXT-4650K, GXT-4902K, M-139D4, M-1540X, M-2250, M-2402F, M-2420F, M-2422F, M-2430F, M-2444K, M-2450F, M-2468N, M-2470N, M-2480K, M-2519, M-2522, M-2523, M-2533, M-4230, M-4430F, M-4505, M-5400F, M-9200K, M-9800T, RB-9080, RD-4050, RD-4260, RD-4350, RD-4541M, RD-4545, RD-4600, RD-8450, RD-9600, RM-5020, RM-8401, RP-1150, RP-1250, RP-2704, RP-2710, RP-3118, RP-3357, RP-4450, RP-5150, RP-5330, RP-6000, RP-7331, RP-7411, RP-8251, RP-8300, RP-8550, RP-8700, SPT-1100, STD-110, SX-700, SX-800, SX-801, SX-807, TP-1000, TP-625, TP-700SA, TP-725, TRA-9908, TRC-1200, TRC-2000, TRC-8000
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Reviewed Sep 22nd, 2012 by SRWilson
Neat little nostalgia trip there. The portable radio with a powerful 4500 mW biamped sound system was notable. As was the all-in-one attache style portable stereo. The one that was AM/FM/cassette/8-track/phono. And ran on batteries. I can't imagine it played too loud, though back then they paired pretty efficient speakers with those things. I have a Panasonic radio/cassette from that era that really cranks!
Over to the higher fi, this was the transition between stereo and 4.0 quadraphonic. They had SQ matrix and I'm sure another matrix setting would do SQ. (While CBS licensed their system to manufacturers, Sansui just about gave theirs away. Not everyone labeled a QS decode as such though.) They didn't license CD-4 from JVC, but had the provision for an external decoder. They had several cassette decks, some with Dolby. Par for the course in this era was an 8-track deck. This looked suspiciously like the Wollensak decks, one of which would later on would be one of the first to include Dolby in a home machine. A reel to reel machine rounds out the lineup. This is the most expensive item in the brochure at 198,000 yen.
They also had products for the home, even a few cookers. These were popular in Japan as Rice cookers. Sony's first product was a rice cooker.
Sanyo. We make (almost) everything.
Thank you for sharing this, it was fun to go over!