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Rotel RHT-10

FM Stereo Tuner

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Rotel RHT-10

Specifications

Type: Mono/Stereo Tuner

Tuning Bands: FM

Tuning Scale: Digital

FM Tuning Range: 87.5 to 108 MHz

Sensitivity: 2uV (FM)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 82dB (FM)

Distortion: 0.1% (FM)

Selectivity: 80dB (FM)

Frequency response: 30Hz to 15kHz (FM)

Output: 1500mV

Dimensions: 470 x 76 x 332mm

Weight: 5.5kg

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Reviewed Oct 10th, 2017 by RTM

I'm a big fan of Rotel's Surround Processors. I picked up one of these for pocket change at a thrift store because I heard another (just one) person sing its praises. Their sensitivity is pretty low. It's okay in mono, but what matters is Stereo. This is typical for UK Tuners, because they have far fewer stations in their market. The geographical span of those stations are roughly equivalent to the span of the State of Montana. (Excluding illegal and foreign broadcasts.) Also if there's any Bass below about 40Hz, I've never heard it. (Yes, there is Bass broadcast that low, particularly in the U.S.) That's an unsung virtue of analog FM. HF analogue FM has a brick wall at 15Khz. But the low end doesn't. (Naturally, the modulation must be kept within FCC limits.) I was REALLY disappointed. Listen before you buy. I threw it up on a community thrift sale page and got my money back. Is it terrible? No. But if DX and SQ is a priority, I'd keep looking. Seek out a vintage Pioneer or K-whopper instead.

 

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