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Technics SU-VX720

Stereo Integrated Amplifier (1992-93)

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Technics SU-VX720

Specifications

Power output: 55 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 3Hz to 80kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.007%

Input sensitivity: 0.17mV (MC), 2.7mV (MM), 150mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 66dB (MC), 85dB (MM), 99dB (line)

Output: 150mV (line)

Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω

Dimensions: 430 x 125 x 316mm

Weight: 8.7kg

Finish: black

Year: 1993

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Reviewed Sep 01st, 2015 by Transtation

I purchased one of these units when they first came out from my local Hi-Fi shop, I thought it was time to stop playing around with the usual 'run of the mill' stuff and purchase some real quality units. The above was one of three Technics units I purchased that day, the other two were a RS-TR474 twin cassette deck and a SL-PS700 Compact Disc Player. I am pleased to say that I am still the proud owner of these units and that they still form the main part of my home music sound system along with the 100w Wharfdale speakers I purchased at the same time. These units are still as brilliant as they were the day I first set them up all those years ago and to me they are still amongst some of the best units around, even by todays standards. Yes they weren't cheap, including the deck which I purchased second hand, around £1250, which in 1992/3 was quite a some for your average bloke to spend on a record player but boy was it worth it. They are still going strong, still look fantastic and they still sound absolutely great and over the past 23 years they have never let me down. I have manuals for all three of the units and would be pleased to share them.

 

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re: SU-VX720

I purchased one of these units when they first came out from my local Hi-Fi shop, I thought it was time to stop playing around with the usual 'run of the mill' stuff and purchase some real quality units. The above was one of three Technics units I purchased that day the other two were a RS-TR474 twin cassette deck and a SL-PS700 Compact Disc Player. I am pleased to say that I still have these units and that they still form the main part of my home music sound system along with the 100w Wharfdale speakers I purchased at the same time. These units are still as brilliant as they where the day I first set them up all those years ago and to me they are still amongst some of the best units around, even by todays standards. Yes they weren't cheap, including the deck which I purchased second hand, around £1250, which in 1992/3 was quite a some for your average bloke to spend on a record player but boy was it worth it. They still look fantastic and they still sound absolutely great and over the past 23 years I have not had a hint of a problem. I have manuals for all of the units and would be pleased to share them.

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Good to read your story about your love and life with the Technics.

Great to listen to great sound isn't it?

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