when it comes to old stereo equipment.
This is a 3 part disaster!
This 1972 Sansui 2000a receiver was bouncing around CL for weeks.
I was surprised it didn't get snatched up.
At 30 or 35 watts per channel,
it's not a desireable monster,
unless you've got a plan.
This one was supposedly from an old Sansui rep from up north.
I am still surprised how clean it is.
misleading the actual condition until purchase.
No surprises here this one was a peach.
Jaxon had tagged along,
and the drive home was a perfect father & son moment.
why not do a little off-roading in the 40...
Then I wonder why my hair is turning silver.
The sound was crisp and warm as expected.
The beauty of this piece
wasn't only the cheap price or the sweet sound.
(Like the QR-6500 from last year)
was designed as a modular piece to an upgradeable system.
these have the capability to act as a preamplifier.
A Mcintosh preamp is financially out of my range.
Why spend $600-$1000,
when a fun system can be built for under $100!?
(Ok not including the amp..)
At least now I can hear if the extra money is needed.
Stay tuned for the sequel...