WORKS AND SOUNDS LIKE NEW
Near mint, 100% original, clean in/out, dust-free, smoke-free
Serviced, all switches/connectors deoxidized and lubed
Everything works as it should
"The RX-350, 450, 550 and 750 were superb receivers. I sold them all. Back when Yamaha gave a 5 year warranty on their gear. Not BPC, never was. Outperforms many vintage silver fiascos and will outlast them too!"
"If you were to blind test this amp with a much more expensive, brilliant and and highly desired model, you would not be able to hear a difference. This is because it is an amplifier that has been competently designed, which ultimately means it amplifies, rather than distorts. What you hear is what you let it play, and nothing else.
So it's not a cr*p amp. Unlike a lot of the much more sought after and expensive 70's j*nk."
"That early Yamaha series of receivers from the early 90's seem to be sleepers."
"Great unit for the price, reliable...
A piece that deserves respect for doing the intended job well, better than most of the direct competition."
* Japan, 1991
* 40 WPC RMS at 0.04% THD
* Damping factor: 50
* SNR: 103 dB Line, 87 dB MM
* FM, AM, Phono, CD, Video/Aux, Tape
* CD Direct
* All inputs except Phono are technically Line inputs (can connect anything, iPod, computer, CD player)
* Speakers: A, B, A+B, off
* Variable Loudness
* Bass extension
* 16-Station Preset
* Headphones jack
* 43.5 x 13 x 29.5 cm at 5.2 Kg
This Yamaha model came without remote control.
I've been collecting vintage stereos for a long time, so trades for old Sony, Sansui, JBL, Akai, Kenwood, Marantz, NAD, Rotel, Philips amp, receiver, CD player, speakers in any condition will be considered.
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