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Goodmans Stereomax

AM/FM Stereo Tuner (1967)

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Goodmans Stereomax

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In 1966 Goodmans introduced the first British all-silicon transistor stereophonic Amplifier, the Maxamp 30, which has been acclaimed by Hi-Fi enthusiasts, both in this country and overseas.

Now, in 1967, another major step has been achieved by the introduction of the Goodmans high fidelity, AM/FM stereophonic tuner, the Stereomax, designed to complement the Maxamp 30, both in performance and styling.

Maxamp 30 and Stereomax match in size and acoustic excellence, and are fitting partners in today's compact and sophisticated high fidelity sound systems.

Both units are available in Teak or Walnut finish polished wood housings, instantly ready for unobtrusive and easy book-case installation. If flush panel, or cabinet mounting is preferred, the wooden casings are easily removable.

Stereomax is a stereophonic, transistorised high fidelity tuner, using silicon transistors throughout. It receives both AM and FM programmes with incomparable reliability, stability and accuracy.

Specifications

Tuning Bands: FM, MW

FM Tuning Range: 87.5 to 108 MHz

MW Tuning Range: 550 to 1650 kHz

Sensitivity: 2uV (FM), 5uV (MW)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 60dB (FM)

Distortion: 1% (FM)

Selectivity: 30dB (MW)

Frequency response: 20Hz to 3.5kHz (MW)

Output: 250mV (FM)

Semiconductors: 18 x transistors, 18 diodes

Dimensions: 10.5 x 5.5 x 7.25 inches

Finish: teak or walnut cabinet

Accessories: optional Stereo decoder

Year: 1967

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