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For Sale Sansui AV Reciever RZ7700AV

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kapvin

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Hey this is my first post in this section, so apologies if there are any rule infringements (and please point them out)

Okay here goes.


For Sale Sansui RZ7700AV reciever

purchase in june 2000 (or therabouts). Used till 2005 as the main system and then till june 2007 as a secondary system. has been in a box since then

Specs
5 x100w (2x130w) DIN (These are genuine watts- check out the power rating at the back- 1300w --> my yamaha RX-v1500 7x120w is rated at 500w)

Dolby digital / DTS - via digital inputs

Dolby Pro-logic + soundfiled for Analgue + digital inputs
On Screen Display

Optical input for dvd, RF Coax for LD (if anyone still owns one of those)

Fully working remote

2 subwoofer and centre channel connections (so it's actually 5.2)

Composite video switching No component svideo or hdmi connections or switching.

Price Rs 7k
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Key Reason for upgrade each time --- It cannot handle multiple digital sources

Sounds good, has a decent amount of power. Weighs over 15kgs. I have the manual but the original carton is missing

Will upload some higher res photos when I figure out imgshack..
 

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I think it's a good bargain if you take video directly to tv/ proj and 5.1 audio via digital to the avr. I have an onkyo in the same league lying around, and it sounds quite powerful. This one should be more powerful.
 

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difficult to specifically put in words but ... warm and dry?

while there is a warm sound.. the bass is very tight, almost dry..

I had heard it side by side with an much older Sansui amp AU-x901 (which had come to the store as a trade in) and the sound was similar. the integrated was noticably more dynamic and cleaner but the tonality was similar.

hope this helps!
 

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Hi,

there were some queries by Pm, so I thought I'd clarify..

.. everything works!!!!

all buttons, all switches, all modes.

the price mentioned is for a product in fully working order.

cheers!
 

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Hey this is my first post in this section, so apologies if there are any rule infringements (and please point them out)

Okay here goes.


For Sale Sansui RZ7700AV reciever

purchase in june 2000 (or therabouts). Used till 2005 as the main system and then till june 2007 as a secondary system. has been in a box since then

Specs
5 x100w (2x130w) DIN (These are genuine watts- check out the power rating at the back- 1300w --> my yamaha RX-v1500 7x120w is rated at 500w)

Dolby digital / DTS - via digital inputs

Dolby Pro-logic + soundfiled for Analgue + digital inputs
On Screen Display

Optical input for dvd, RF Coax for LD (if anyone still owns one of those)

Fully working remote

2 subwoofer and centre channel connections (so it's actually 5.2)

Composite video switching No component svideo or hdmi connections or switching.

Price Rs 7k
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Key Reason for upgrade each time --- It cannot handle multiple digital sources

Sounds good, has a decent amount of power. Weighs over 15kgs. I have the manual but the original carton is missing

Will upload some higher res photos when I figure out imgshack..
hi kapvin
could u plz tell me which country the AVR made in?
 

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hi kapvin
could u plz tell me which country the AVR made in?
I thought it was Japan, but I checked the back panel photos, and it strangely is not mentioned. (check the higher res photos i've just attached). I'll check the manual when I get home late evening today.
 
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I thought it was Japan, but I checked the back panel photos, and it strangely is not mentioned. (check the higher res photos i've just attached). I'll check the manual when I get home late evening today.
yes quite strange to see...i mean 1st time I have seen a back panel with out manufacturer country detail....
 

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I thought it was Japan, but I checked the back panel photos, and it strangely is not mentioned. (check the higher res photos i've just attached). I'll check the manual when I get home late evening today.
So have you checked the manual what does it say.....?where it is made in Japan .....or somewhere else....?just let me know......
 

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So have you checked the manual what does it say.....?where it is made in Japan .....or somewhere else....?just let me know......
it does not say anything.

next time i unpack the amp, i'll check the underside as well.

AFIAK, the old sansui was not made anywhere outside of japan.

could you help me understand why it is important for you to know?
 
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still on sale?.how will they go with my kenwood 3 way speakers.any clue?.they are old spkrs frm my kenwood 1000 watts system!.sorry if i sounded noob!
 

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still on sale?.how will they go with my kenwood 3 way speakers.any clue?.they are old spkrs frm my kenwood 1000 watts system!.sorry if i sounded noob!
hi,

it's still available.

what kenwood speakers are these? a photo or specs would be useful.
 

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its an 3 way spkr
ill just type in frm the manual

enclosure-bass reflex system
spkr config-3 way
woofer-160mm cone type
tweeter-65mm cone type
super tweeter-25mm dome type
impedance-6
maximum input level-100w
 
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