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Sansui 210

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Sansui 210
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Sansui 210
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Specifications:
1. General
System: Transistor Receiver
Colour: 1=Silver, 2=Black: 1
Pre Amplifier
Inputs: 1 Phono (mag. I); 1 Tape; 1 AUX; 1 Monitor
Quadro: no
Inp. Sensitivity High Level: 180 mV
Inp. Impedance High Level: 50 (30 Monitor) kΩ
Inp. Sensitivity Phono MM: 3 mV
Inp. Impedance Phono MM: 50 kΩ
Frequency Response: 25-30,000 HZ
Power Amplifier
Speaker Outputs: 1 x 2 Speakers, Phones
Continuous power 8Ω: 10 + 10 Watts
Dynamic Power 8Ω: 18 + 18 Watts
Frequency Response: 25-30,000 (▒ 2 dB) HZ
Harmonic Distortion: 0.3 % at rated output
Tuner
Display: analog
Frequency Range FM: 88-108 MHz
Frequency Range AM: 535-1,605 KHz
2. Physical
Dimensions in Inches: 17.13 x 5.00 x 11.10 (w) x (h) x (d)
Dimensions in mm: 435 x 127 x 282 (w) x (h) x (d)
Weight in lbs: 13.23 lbs
Weight in Kg: 6 Kg



Reviews

Tom Weiler - 05/07/2015  5 of 5 Stars!
My very first stereo, loved it then and love it now. Had this in my apartment as a college student playing a Garrard turntable and a wonderful pair of Wharfedale W-60 speakers I wish I had bac now. OK, maybe I'm just an old romantic but I really liked this thing even though I lusted after a much more expensive Marantz at the time. I have the Marantz now, it's also great!

Bob VanGrunsvan - 03/05/2012  5 of 5 Stars!
I keep a Sansui 210 in my family room. It cost $15 and is the best vintage stereo I own (I have many, costing $100's). It is used every single day with no trouble whatsoever. The sound is fine for what I use it for, and it looks just great tucked into a cabinet under my HDTV. I recently replaced the 3 fuse lamps with led's, cleaned up the glass scale, etc, and now it glows beautifully. It's a real neat piece of 1970's technology - I love it.

Al Whitaker - 11/20/2011  4 of 5 Stars!
I picked up a Sansui 210 at a recent estate sale for about $20 not knowing anything about the model except the Sansui name. When I got it home and read the specs, I've got to admit I was a little disappointed in that it is such a low-power amp. But it was clean and the case is in perfect condition making me believe it had been well cared for. I connected it to a pair of old JBL LZ44's and was very pleasantly surprised at the overal quality of the sound. The bass was rich and powerful while the mids and highs were very clear and a lot better than I expected. I haven't cracked the case open yet, but that will be a project for this winter as all of the lights are out and I've heard a little noise that makes me believe it needs to be recapped. My only dislike is the lack of a separate balance pot. The dual volume controls are difficult and, in my opinion, a pitiful method of saving expense on the production of the unit. The tuner obviously needs cleaning as even the local stations come in a little weak. Still, overall I'm very pleased with it and plan to install it in a cabinet in my camper, where I obviously don't need 240 watts per channel. It's a low-end unit built to be used in a small space, but it will fill that space with rich sounding music.

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