AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1977-80)
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 70 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.05%
Damping factor: 40
Input sensitivity: 2mV (MM), 120mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 81dB (MM), 100dB (line)
Output: 120mV (line)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω
Semiconductors: 4 x IC, 3 x FET, 109 transistors, 58 x diodes, 7 x zener diodes
Dimensions: 540 x 167 x 415mm
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Reviewed Aug 10th, 2016 by angry vet
I've been into audio for over 50yrs, in that time I've listened hi/low for that one note, I found it and Yamaha provided it. We all hear our own note and march to our own beat. I was into Marantz for a number of years nothing bad to say all excellent, tried Technics didn't do it, had a couple of good Pioneer and some other brands but the Yamaha sound never left since the first I listened. My first system was a A610-11 with a pair of Dahlquist DQ 9's wow literally would sit for hours listening. My second Yam was a cr610++ the next was an 810+++ both hooked up to Klipsch Hereasey's 74 build if ya got ears it'll send chills down your bod. So what I've written so far it kind of gives you an idea what the cr1020 offers. I'm not a techie so I'm not gonna beat a techs drum but if you are searching for that special note its available. I've been looking at the big brother cr1040 but having to retire the funds will take awhile but something to look forward to.