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HH Scott 382B

AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1967)

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HH Scott 382B


The new HH Scott 382B receiver has the same rugged features as the best selling 342B, with the addition of Scott's famous wideband AM, which gives you the clean reception you'd normally associate only with FM.


Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 18 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 18Hz to 25kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.8%

Input sensitivity: 3mV (MM)

Signal to noise ratio: 55dB (MM), 60dB (line)

Output: 500mV (line)



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Reviewed Sep 06th, 2017 by

The 382B is most easy to repair, if you even have to. I simply installed speaker fuses as I admired the socketed transistors and accessible (on both sides!) circuit boards. Using DeOxit D5, a careful cleaning of switches and pots was all that was needed to restore original function and clean sound. Connected to the Polk 5A speakers, I was pleasantly surprised.

The model 382B I have just resurrected is the second of three HH Scott receivers gathered over the few years at a local swap meet.

I swear these middle 1960's US-built solid state units are overlooked in favor of higher power direct-coupled Japanese units of the following decade.

After working on a Marantz receiver and a Pioneer amp, and having to unscrew and swing out circuit boards just to clean pots-switches, I have no desire to ever own one again. The HH Scott 357 used on my bench for record player service needed only a driver transistor in the last six years.



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