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Sony TA-4300F

Channel Dividing Stereo Pre Amplifier (1970-77)

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Sony TA-4300F


The Sony TA-4300F channel dividing stereo preamplifier (3-channel) is designed for use in a studio quality multichannel stereo Hi-Fi system.

Its circuitry employs 24 field effect transistors (FETs).

The following Sony Hi-Fi stereo components are recommended for use with the TA-4300F in a multi-channel (split band) system: TA-2000, TA-3120A, TA-3200F, TA-1120A and TA-3060.

If the preamplifier is of another brand, you must refer to its technical specifications to confirm its output voltage; the voltage supplied to the TA-4300F must not exceed 6V, as higher voltages would cause overload (distortion and, in extreme cases, damage).

If the pre-amplifier's output level is too high, the volume control should not be turned all the way up.


Gain: 0 to -1dB

Crossover frequency (low): 150, 250, 400, 400, 600, 800, 1KHz

Crossover frequency (high): 1.5K, 2.5K, 3.5K. 4.5K, 6K, 8KHz

Harmonic distortion: 0.03%

Signal to noise ratio: 85dB

Input: 4.5V (maximum)

Frequency response: 10Hz to 100KHz

Semiconductors: 24 x FET, 16 transistors, 3 x diodes

Dimensions: 7-7/8 x 5-7/8 x 12-7/16 inches

Weight: 8lb 6oz

Optional accessory: TAD-43F 4-channel adaptor


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re: TA-4300F

Thank you for the schematc.It is very big help.

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