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Sansui G-9700 Receivers

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5 reviews

May, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Sansui G-9700 Receivers. The average rating for this product is 5.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Receivers & Amplifiers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 100/100.

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(Based on 5 reviews)

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Consumer review by: undderdog7 a Casual Listener (audioreview.com)

Sansui G-9700 Receivers

 

I bought mine new in 1978. I don't know much about specs, but I do know It puts out enough power at 20 out of 100 on the volume control, to make your ears ring, in a good way. I haven't used it in 10 years, because I'm not young anymore. I would be...

Sep, 2013

Consumer review by: sla429 (audioreview.com)

Sansui G-9700 Receivers

 

The Sansui G-9700 is the best piece of audio equipment I have ever owned. I have owned Conrad Johnson, Sonic Frontiers, Adcom, Sumo, GAS, Kenwood, Marantz, Pioneer, Audio Research, and many varieties of tube amps. I have the G-9700 paired with Bose 901...

Apr, 2009

Consumer review by: patches (audioreview.com)

Sansui G-9700 Receivers

 

I bought this monster on Ebay, and had it cleaned and serviced at a reliable tech shop. I find the power is great, but I question the claim of .001 % distortion. I find that when the tone controls are set to ON, that the sound is somewhat distorted,...

Jul, 2003
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Consumer review by: normnjen (audioreview.com)

Sansui G-9700 Receivers

 

I have owned this receiver scince 1986, and all I can say is, TIMELESS! This piece of equipment has a combination of power, clarity, headroom, and great looks, that is very hard to beat. This one rates right up there with some of todays finest, even...

Mar, 2002

Consumer review by: Jospeh deJong (audioreview.com)

Sansui G-9700 Receivers

 

This reciever is only 200Wts/Chan in four channel mode. When it's on two channel mode it kicks out 300Wts/chan. w/ a 600Wts/chan peak. This is explained by the 8 75Watt power mosfet transistors mounted to the back of the reciever (which is entirely...

Jun, 2001
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