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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SOLID-STATE AM/FM STEREO TUNER AMPLIFIER
Sansui
SANSUI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Thank you for selecting the Sansui 1000X Solid-State AM/FM
Stereo Tuner Amplifier. You have made an excellent choice, one
that promises you years of rich stereo enjoyment.
As the world’s foremost audio-only specialist, Sansui has spared
on effort in making the 1000X the most powerful, most versatile
and most sophisticated receiver available at its price. With an
unprecedented 100 watts in power, the latest FET components,
functional front panel design and an ability to handle two speak-
er systems simultaneously or individually, the 1000X considerably
advances the art of stereophonic reproduction.
Before leaving our factory, your new 1000X was tested, inspected
and certified to be in perfect operating condition. It is now up to
you to keep it that way.
This manual has been prepared to guide you in installing and
operating the receiver correctly. It contains some very helpful
information on making antenna connections, using controls pro-
perly and operating components most effectively. Please read it
carefully before operating the receiver and retain it for future
reference.
CONTENTS
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—RECORD PLAYING
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—TAPE PLAYBACK
—TAPE RECORDING
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Power Switch
Push to turn the power on, push again to turn the
power off. This switch also controls the power to
the AC outlet on the rear panel of the amplifier.
Headphones Jack =«—————
Accommodates headphones for monitoring or pri-
vate listening. Before using for private listening,
turn the SPEAKERS switch to its OFF position.
Dynamic type stereo headphones are recom.
mended for use with the 1000X.
— Bass Tone Control
Use to boost or cut low-end frequency response
according to taste and listening conditions.
To boost, turn it clockwise. To cut, turn it coun-
terclock wise,
Designed as a [riction-coupled, dualconcentric
control, it is actually two controls in one.
The outer ring controls bass loudness in the right
channel; the inner knob controls bass loudness in
the left channel. Both outer and inner controls
can be used simultaneously or independently, as
required.
— Tuning Knob
Use to select any desired AM or FM station.
= Volume Control
Adjusts the overall sound level of both channels.
Turn clockwise to increase volume, counterclock-
wise to decrease volume,
E += Selector Switch
= PHONO—Selects a record player connected to
the PHONO inputs on the rear panel.
FM AUTO—Selects automatic switching be-
tween FM monophonic and stereo programs.
E AM—Selects AM program.
AUX —Selects a component connected to the
AUX inputs on the rear panel.
Balance Control
Use to adjust for equal sound from both left and
right channels when slight imperfections in pro-
gram material, variations in speaker output and
the vagaries of room acoustics make this proce-
dure necessary. Turning the control clockwise
accents the right channel by reducing the left
channel output,
—Treble Tone Control
Use in the same wav as the BASS control to hoost
or cut high-end response.
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Tuning Meter <—
This meter aids in pinpointing a station. When
the needle moves as far to the right as possible,
the station is correctly tuned.
Speakers Switch —
A—Selects a speaker system connected to the
SYSTEM A outputs on the rear panel of the am-
plifier.
B—Selects a speaker system connected to the
SYSTEM B outputs.
A+ B—Selects the two speaker systems conneet-
ed to the SYSTEM A and SYSTEM B outputs.
OFF—In the OFF position, the switch cuts off
sound from all speakers for private listening with
headphones connected to the PHONES jack.
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High Filter Switch=——
Eliminates or reduces high-frequency noise such
as surface noise from old or worn records, tape
hiss and radio noise caused by interference from
nearby electrical appliances. Use only when
needed. At all other times, keep off.
Loudness Switch
Use to boost bass and treble response at low vol-
ume listening levels. Due to the sensitivity of
human hearing, both bass and treble seem greatly
reduced at low listening levels. This switch com-
pensates for this apparent loss.
= Dial Scales
— Tape Monitor Switch
Controls the 1000X"s 1 and 2 tape monitor circuits.
Detailed information on usage is given in the
section entitled Operations, p.11.
—— Mode Switch
STEREO—Use this position for all stereophonic
programs.
MONO—Use this position for all monophonic
The MODE switch in the MONO
position connects either right or left, or both
right and left programs, to speakers of both chan-
nels.
programs.
Light up whenever the SELECTOR switch is set
to a radio receiving position—FM AUTO or AM.
The upper scale is for FM, the lower for AM.
Function Indicators
PHONO and AUX are illuminated in orange
when the SELECTOR switch is set to correspond-
ing positions.
— FM Stereo Indicator
Lights up orange when the dial pointer crosses a
station making an FM-MPX broadcast and the
receiver is properly set for stereo reception.
be. Dial Pointer
The pointer is illuminated in red when the SE-
LECTOR switch is set to FM AUTO or AM.
Muting Switch
Eliminates interstation tuning noise. It should be
used sparingly. When tuning in a weak station,
it should be kept off.
OPERATIONS
—— SPEAKER CONNECTIONS
—— RECORD PLAYING
Connecting a Speaker System
To connect a stereo speaker system:
1. Connect the (+) terminal of the speaker on vour
left (as viewed from the listening area) to the red
terminal marked (+) LEFT SYSTEM A on the
rear panel of the amplifier,
2. Connect the (—) or common terminal of the left
speaker to the black terminal marked (—) LEFT
SYSTEM A.
3. Connect the (+) terminal of the right speaker to
the red terminal marked (+) RIGHT SYSTEM A.
4. Connect the (—) or common terminal of the
right speaker to thé black terminal marked (—)
RIGHT SYSTEM A.
To connect to the terminals of the amplifier:
1. Depress the colored button, opening a hole in
the terminal.
2. Push the stripped end of lead wire in the hole
and release the button.
After connecting the speaker system, set the front
SPEAKERS switch to the A position.
Connecting an Additional Speaker
System
Following the same procedure indicated above, one
more speaker system can be connected to the
1000% by utilizing the speaker terminals SYSTEM
B. Each of the two systems can be operated inde-
pendently with the SPEAKERS switch on the front
panel. In addition, the speaker systems A and B
can be operated simultaneously when the SPEAK-
ERS is set to the A+B position.
If Speaker Polarities Are Not
Properly Matched...
If the polarities (+ and —) of the speakers and the
amplifier are not matched correctly, sound cancella-
tion at some [requencies or in some listening posi-
tion occurs. Particularly when listening to monau-
ral reproduction, this condition is noticeable by an
absence of sound at a point midway between right
and left speakers. If this situation occurs, check
the amplifier and speaker connections once again
and reverse the connections between the amplifier
and either right or left speaker.
Speaker Impedance
If you are connecting only one pair of speaker sys-
tems to the 1000X, they may have any impedance
from 4 to 16 ohms. Should vou wish to drive two
pairs of speaker systems simultaneously by turning
the SPEAKERS switch to the A+B position, each
speaker system should have impedance of 8 to 16
ohms. Using a system to connect two or more
speaker systems to one channel in parallel, their
combined impedance must be more than 4 ohms.
Connecting Record Player
The following procedures are recommended for use
with a player or turntable utilizing a magnetic car.
tridge with an output voltage between 2mWV and
10m.
1, Connect the left channel output of a stereo turn-
table to the LEFT channel (upper) PHONO input
jack on the rear panel of the amplifier.
2. Connect the right channel output of the turn-
table to the RIGHT channel (lower) PHONO input
jack.
3. If a monophonic player or turntable is used, it
may be connected to either RIGHT or LEFT chan-
nel PHONO input jack.
NOTE: Although it is not recommended from a
standpoint of tone quality, if a plaver with a crystal
cartridge must be used, connect the output of the
player to an input jack labeled AUX on the rear of
the amplifier.
To Listen to Records
1, Set the SELECTOR switch to the PHONO paosi-
tion.
2. Set the MODE switch 10 either STEREO or
MONO, depending on the type of record player
used.
3. Switch on the record player and adjust its speed
of rotation (RPM) for the record to be played. (33
14, 45 etc)
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4. After placing the needle on the record, adjust
the BALANCE control for equal sound from both
right and left channels.
5. Use other controls and switches according to
vour taste and listening conditions.
NOTE: When playing monophonic records on a
stereo record player, follow the same procedures as
for stereo records for best results. To balance the
sound from both channels, play a monophonic
record the same as a stereo record and adjust the
BALANCE control so that the sound is heard (rom
a point midway between the right and left speakers.
GROUNDING ONNECTORS BETWEEN
PRE. AND POWERTMAJNNO
AMPLIFIER SECTIONS
SPEAKER
CONNECTING TO ANTENNA
AND SPEAKER TERMINALS
= LEFT CHANEL
RECORD PLAYER — RIGHT CHANNEL
OPERATIONS
——RADIO RECEPTION
The quality of reception that can be expected from
the 1000X is largely dependent on the correct posi-
tioning and use of antennas. The following proce-
dures are recommended for noise-free reception.
FM Antenna
Where FM broadcasting stations are near and FM
signals are strong, satisfactory FM reception can be
obtained by using the feeder wire accompanying
the amplifier, Connect the feeder wire to the an-
tenna terminals marked FM-Al and FM-AZ2 on the
rear panel, then fully extend the wire to a T form
and fix it to a wall or ceiling where it allows the
strongest reception,
If the 1000X is used in à thick-walled building or in
an area remote [rom FM broadcasting stations, the
indoor feeder wire antenna may be inadequate for
strong signal reception. An outdoor antenna de-
signed exclusively for FM reception should then be
installed.
FM antennas for the 300 ohm balanced type and
75 chm unbalanced type can be used with the
1000X. Connect either antenna to the matching
antenna terminals on the rear of the amplifier. The
300 ohm feeder wire should be connected to the
FM antenna terminals Al and AZ. If the 75 ohm
coaxial cable is used, connect the conductor to the
FM antenna terminal A, and the shielding wire to
thé terminal G.
MOTE: FM sensitivity cannot bé raised simply by
lengthening the antenna. Adjust the antenna's
height and direction while actually listening to a
broadcast for the best reception.
Built-in AM Ferrite Bar Antenna
This sensitive antenna, located on the réar panel of
the amplifier, is usually adequate for AM reception.
To use, pull it down and away from the back of
the tuner until it comes to a stop halfway between
the top and the bottom of the amplifier. Then
move it from up to down until best reception is
obtained.
Outdoor AM Antenna
In ferroconcrete buildings or in areas remote from
the broadeasting station, the built-in ferrite bar
antenna may be inadequate for AM reception. An
outdoor antenna then becomes necessary, This can
be accomplished by connecting the PVC wire ac-
companying the amplifier to the antenna terminal
marked AM-A on the back panel. Run this wire
to an antenna that has been installed outdoors and
away from the building. At the same time, the unit
should be grounded. Adjust the outdoor antenna for
maximum signal pick-up, while actually receiving
a broadcast. And, for reasons of safety, bé sure to
attach a lightning arrester to the outdoor antenna,
To Listen to Monophonic
FM Programs
1. Set the SELECTOR switch to the FM AUTO
position.
2. Keep the MODE switch in either MONO or
STEREO position.
3. Turn the TUNING knob to select the desired
station. Once selected, adjust it so that the needle
of the TUNING meter moves as far to the right as
possible,
4, Use all other controls and switches according to
your taste and listening conditions.
To Listen to FM-MPX Stereo
Programs
1. Set the SELECTOR switch to the FM AUTO
position.
2. Set the MODE switch to STEREO,
3. Select the desired FM stereo station with the
TUNING knob and pinpoint the station with the
TUNING meter. If the dial pointer crosses a sta-
tion broadcasting MPX stereo, the FM STEREO
indicator will light up.
4. Adjust the BALANCE control for equal sound
from both right and left channels.
5. Use all other controls and switches according to
your taste and listening conditions.
To Listen to AM Programs
1. Set the SELECTOR switch to the AM position.
2. Keep the MODE switch in either MONO or
STEREO position.
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ANTENNA SWITCH
3. Select the desired AM station with the TUN-
ING knob and pinpoint the station with the TUN-
ING meter.
4, Use all other controls and switches according to
your taste and listening conditions.
GROUNDING
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OPERATIONS
—— TAPE PLAYBACK
—— TAPE RECORDING
Connecting Tape Decks
Pin-Jack Connections
Connect the left channel input of the tape deck to
the left channel TAPE REC (1) jack on the rear of
the amplifier and the right channel input of the
tape deck to the right channel TAPE REC (1) jack.
Connect the left channel output of the tape deck to
the left channel MON (1) jack and the right channel
output to the right channel MON (1) jack.
The connections of the second tape deck should
be made at the TAPE jacks marked (2).
DIN Plug Connection
Insert the DIN plug of the tape deck into the TAPE
RECORDER 1 socket near the lower left corner on
the rear panel of the amplifier. Note that the tape
deck connected to the TAPE RECORDER 1 socket
is in parallel with the tape deck connected to the
jacks marked (1).
For Use with One Tape Deck
Recording:
1. Set the SELECTOR switch to the program
source to be recorded.
2. Make appropriate settings of controls on the tape
deck.
Playback:
1. Turn on the TAPE MONITOR 1 or 2 switch
depending on which TAPE circuit is being used.
2. Make appropriate settings of controls on the tape
deck.
3. Use the amplifier’s front panel controls and
switches according to your personal taste and listen-
ing conditions.
Monitoring:
To monitor, follow the same procedures as indicated
in the section entiled “Playback”.
For Use with Two Tape Decks
One tape deck (tape deck 1) should be connected
to the TAPE 1 jacks or the TAFE RECORDER 1
socket on the rear panel of the amplifier and another
tape deck (tape deck 2) to the TAPE 7 jacks,
Simultaneous Recording with the Two Tape
Decks:
1. Set the SELECTOR switch to the program
source to be recorded.
2. Make appropriate settings of controls on the two
tape decks.
3. To monitor, connect a 3-head tape deck to the
TAPE 2 jacks and turn the TAPE MONITOR 2
switch on.
Dubbing from the Tape Deck 1 to the Tape
Deck 2:
1. Turn the TAPE MONITOR 1 switch on.
2. Set the tape deck 1 in the playback mode.
3. Set the tape deck Z in the recording mode.
4. To monitor, connect a 3-head tape deck to the
TAPE 2 jacks and turn the TAPE MONITOR 2
switch on.
Notes:
1. T'he tape decks referred to in this section include
only those with built-in preamplifier.
2. The 3-head tape decks refferred to in this sec-
tion include those with built-in preamplifier as well
as separate recording and playback heads.
3. Don't depress the TAPE MONITOR switches
except for playback or monitoring.
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ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER SYSTEM
Pre- and Main Amplifier Sections
Separately Usable
The 1000X's preamplifier section and the main or
power amplifier section can be used as separate
units by simply removing connectors from the jacks
marked PRE OUT and MAIN IN on the rear
panel. If you want to add another power amplifier
to the 1000X, connect its inputs to the PRE OUT
jacks. For connection of an additional preamplifier,
connect its outputs to the MAIN IN jacks. When
the additional preamplifier is connected, only the
SPEAKERS switch is usable on the front panel of
the 1000X. Thus, tone and volume should be
adjusted by means of corresponding controls on the
additional preamplifier. When the additional power
amplifier is connected, all the controls and switches
on the front panel of the 1000X are usable.
Electronic Crossover System
The independent pre- and power-amplifier sections
make the 1000X more versatile. One of their most
exciting uses is for Electronic Crossover System,
In this stereo system, the frequeney separation is
accomplished electronically between the preampli-
fier and the power amplifiers (in the conventional
system, an LC crossover network is used between
the amplifier and the speakers), and the tweeters,
midranges and woofers are driven independently by
their own power amplifiers. At the present time,
this system is acknowledged as the best system for
true high fidelity sound reproduction.
The features and advantages of the electronic cross-
over system are:
1, Speakers more freely selectable
Since the tweeters, midranges and woofers are
driven by separate power amplifiers, they can be
freely selected on the virture of their tone quality
alone, without regard to their efficiency and imped-
ance characteristics,
2. Better filtering characteristic
Designing a perfect LC crossover network is a
highly complex job, and even the best network may
fail to offer a perfect hltering characteristic. Also,
as the impedance of a speaker varies with frequency,
a network does not always divide the signals at the
predetermined crossover points. In contrast, the
electronic crossover system not only offers a much
better filtering characteristic, but permits changing
over the crossover frequencies and cutoff character.
istics with great ease.
3. Damping factor not impaired
Amplifiers damping factor is not impaired, because
there is no resistance between the amplifier and the
speakers,
4. Power amplifiers used more effectively
Amplifiers best suited for each frequency band can
be used. For example, an amplifier with a fairly
big output is suited for driving the woofers, while
amplifiers with better tone quality characteristics
may be emploved for driving the midranges and
tweeters.
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MAINTENANCE
How to Eliminate Radio Noise
AM Reception
AM reception noise can often be eliminated by
changing the position of the antenna. If you are
located far from the broadcasting station, or in the
mountains, a thick-walled building or a block of
such buildings, radio waves will not be well received,
resulting in unstable reception and increased noise.
If reception is poor, connect a vinyl wire (supplied)
to the AM antenna terminal and position it for best
reception. Lf this does not reduce noise or improve
sensitivity, erect an antenna outside the building and
apart from the wall. Some noises are peculiar to a
certain broadcasting frequency or a certain time of
day. These result from the nature of AM signals.
In some cases the noise can be eliminated by ground.
ing the amplifier or reversing the power-cord plug
receptacle connections,
NOTE: If the antenna terminal marked A is touch-
ed with a finger, a hum may be heard. This is a
natural phenomenon: the unit is not at fault,
FM Reception
Noise during FM reception can be generally attrib-
uted to either insufficient antenna input or interfer-
ence [rom other electrical appliances,
Antenna input is insufficient when the antenna is not
installed properly or when the station is far away.
Extend and fix the attached antenna so that noise
is minimized and the antenna input is at maximum.
for better results, install an exclusive FM antenna
in a position to receive signals most effectively.
If you use a T.V. antenna for both T.V. set and
FM unit with a splitter, make sure that the televi-
sion reception is not affected. To prevent noise,
avoid using a long antenna wire,
FM reception is affected considerably by the trans-
mitting conditions of certain stations, usually their
power and antenna efficiency. You may receive one
station quite well and another poorly. To eliminate
interstation tuning noise, use the MUTING switch.
Noise Common to FM and AM
In an area with many ferroconcrete buildings, noise
may occur at a particular time of day. This noise is
easily distinguished from that discribed above. To
eliminate such noise, attach a noise arrester to the
interfering electrical appliances or to the power
source of the 1000X. When you are listening to a
FM-MPX program, you may notice a noise not heard
with monophonic FM broadcasts. The unit is not
at fault, just use the HIGH FILTER switch to elimi-
nate the noise. In some cases, you can also eliminate
the noise by setting the TREBLE control to “flat”
or lower.
Wire Connections
When connecting tape decks, record players or other
components to the 1000X, be sure to use shielded
wire. The use of an ordinary cord or vinyl wire
may cause humming and buzzing. The length of the
shielded wire used should be shorter than 5 feet.
Be sure that all lead wires between the amplifier
and components are properly connected. If the con-
nections are loose or in touch with other parts, the
amplifier will not function properly, may pickup
noise, and even breakdown over a period of time.
Also he sure to read the manufacturer's instructions
for any component before connecting it to the
1000.
The shielded wire is made up for use as illustrated
below:
Connectors between Pre- and
Main Amplifier Sections
Although the 1000X's preamplifier section and
power amplifier section have been connected at the
factory, vou may use each section as a separate unit
for the electronic crossover system, for instance, by
simply removing the connectors from the jacks
marked PRE OUT and MAIN IN on the rear panel.
If you want to connect another preamplifier and/or
power amplifier to the 1000X, refer to the Section
titled under ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER SYS.
TEM. The connectors must be in place unless the
additional component or components will be con-
nected to the 1000X. Warning: Before connecting
or disconnecting, be sure to push the POWER
switch off.
Local-Distant Antenna Switch
This switch adjusts the tuner to the strength of FM
radio waves. It should be set to DIST if the receiver
is located in an area where FM signals are weak,
or to LOC if it is located near broadcasting stations
and there is danger of interstation interference.
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MAINTENANCE
Humming and Howling
Care must be taken never to place a record player
on or too near a speaker enclosure. Otherwise the
vibration of the speaker enclosure is transmitted
to the player and causes howling. It is best to keep
these components completely separated, but if this
is impossible, to place a thick cushion between them.
Humming is a phenomenon caused by incomplete
or incorrect player-amplifier connection, If this
occurs, check to make sure that all connections are
complete and that the thickness of the connecting
wire is sufficient. Be sure to connect the grounding
lead (or terminal) of the record player to the GND
terminal of the 1000X, It may suppress the hum
noise which may otherwise occur.
Should the Function Indicator Fail
to Light...
If one or more function indicators fail to light in
the dial window when the SELECTOR switch is
turned to the appropriate position, it is most likely
one or more indicator lamps behind the window
have burnt out. To replace, remove the bonnet
from the amplifier (see Service Manual).
Quick-Acting Fuses
These fuses for right and left channels are also de.
signed to protect the transistors by blowing instantly
if shorting occurs between connections at a speaker
system terminal. If, after the POWER switch is
turned on and the function indicator or dial scales
lights up, neither channel operates or only one
operates normally, is either because one or both
Quick-Acting fuses have blown. In this case, re-
move the 1000X's power supply cord from its outlet,
screw out the fuse holders on the rear panel, and
check to see if the fuses are blown. Replace them
with identical 2.5A fuses after finding and eliminat-
ing the source of trouble that caused them to blow.
QUICK ACTING FUSES
2.5A
RIGHT LEFT
FUSE USE
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DIN Socket
If your tape deck has a DIN socket, it may be
connected to the 1000X simply by the use of a cable
with a 5-pin DIN connector on each end. Insert
each connector to the DIN socket on the receiver's
rear panel and into the one on the tape deck. The
DIN connection system, designed to simplify inter-
connections between the tape deck and amplifier, is
based on the German DIN Standards.
TAFE RECORDER 1
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Grounding
Connect one end of vinyl or enameled wire to the
terminal screw marked GND at the rear of the am.
plifier, attach a copper plate to the other end, and
bury it underground. Whenever an outdoor AM
antenna is used, grounding becomes necessary. In
all cases, grounding is desireable since it allows a
better SN ratio to be obtained. To ground an en-
tire audio system, connect the grounding wire of
each component used to GND terminal.
AC Outlet
The 1000X is provided with AC outlet on the bock
panel. It is controlled by the POWER switch on
the front pañel.
CAUTION: 1. The maximum capacity of this
outlet is 50VA. Never use it beyond its rated ca-
pacity.
2. The voltage supplied by the AC outlet is the
same as the power supply voltage used.
Power Fuse
Should the amplifier fail to operate and the function
indicator fail to light up when the POWER switch
is truned on, the probable cause is either a power
stoppage or a blown fuse. To check, remove the
1000X's power supply cord from its outlet, turn the
{use holder on the rear panel counterclockwise, and
remove the fuse. If it is blown, replace it witha
new glass-tubed fuse of the same capacity (100~
127V—3A, 220~-250V—2A) after determining and
eliminating the trouble source that caused the fuse
to blow, Using wire or a fuse of a different capacity
as a stop-gap measure is dangerous and should be
avoided.
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Voltage Adjustment
To reach the Voltage Selector, remove the two
screws from the nameplate on the rear panel and
then remove the nameplate. The Voltage Selector
makes it possible to operate the 1000X at the correct
voltage in any area.
The voltage has been pre-adjusted at the factory,
but can be easily readjusted as follows:
STEP I Set arrow of main Voltage Selector plug
to required voltage: 100, 110, 117, 127, 220, 230,
240 or 250 volts.
STEP II If numerals of voltage are printed in red,
set arrow of adjacent sub V.5. plug to position
marked red. If they are printed in white, set arrow
to position marked white,
STEP III The power fuse should also be changed
whenever the AC line voltage is changed. For 100~
127 volt operation a 3 ampere fuse is required. For
220—250 volt operation the fuse should be changed
to a 2 ampere unit.
NOTE: The Voltage Selector can be used to elimi-
nate the trouble caused by the considerable voltage
fluctuation. In this case, it should be set to the peak
voltage.
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FM ANTENNA
AM ANTENNA
OFERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICE MANUAL
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SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO SECTION
POWER QUTPUT:
MUSIC POWER (IHF): 100w at 4 ohms load
ZW at 8 ahms load
CONTINUOUS POWER: 35/35 W at 4 ohms load
28/28W at 8 ohms load
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION:
less than 0.84% at rated
output
INTERMODULATION DISTORTION (50Hz:7,000Hz
=4:1 SMPTE method): less than 0.8% at rated
output
POWER BANDWIDTH (IHF): 20 re 30,000H:
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: (at normal listenig level):
AUX OVER ALL: 20 10 30,000Hz + 1dE
POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION: 15 to 40,000Hz + 1dB
CHANNEL SEPARATION(at rated output, 1,000Hz):
PHONO: better than 50dB
AUX: better than SOdE
HUM AMD MOISE (IHF):
PHONO: better than 70dB
AUX: better than 7 5d8
INPUT SENSITIVITY (at rated output, 1,000Hz):
PHONO: 2.5mY (50k ohms)
AUX: 150m% (T00k ehms)
TAPE MON (Pin): 150mV {100k ohms)
TAPE RECORDER (DIM): 150mV (100k ohms)
RECORDING OUTPUT (at rated input, 1,000Hz):
TAPE REC (Pin); 140m
TAPE RECORDER (DIN): 30mV
LOAD IMPEDANCE: 4 to 16 ohms
EQUALIZER PHONO:
DAMPING FACTOR:
RIAA MF type
30 at 8 ohms load
TONE COTROLS:
BASS: + 12dB a1 50Hz
TREBLE: +10dB a: 10,000Hz
LOUDNESS CONTROL: —8dB ot S0Hz, — 3dE at
10,000Hz (Volume control
at — 3048)
PRE-AMPLIFIER OUTPUT VOLTAGE:
0.BY ot rated Input
IV moximum output
POWER AMPLIFIER INPUT VOLTAGE:
0.8Y al rated sutput
SWITCHES:
HIGH FILTER: — 10dB at 10,000Hz
MODE: STEREO, MONO
TAPE MONITOR-1 AND2: OFF, ON
SELECTOR: PHONO, Fi AUTO, AM, AUX
SPEAKER SELECTOR: OFF, A, B, A+B
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TUNER SECTION
<FM>
TUNING RANGE: 88 io 108MHz
SENSITIVITY {2008 quieting): 1.6
2.0pv
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION:
loss than 0.8%
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: better thon 60d8
SELECTIVITY: better than 40dB
CAPTURE RATIO (IHF): 2.5dB
IMAGE FREQUENCY REJECTION:
better than P0dB
IF REJECTION: better thon $5d8
SPURIOUS RESPONSE REJECTION:
better thon P0d8
STEREO SEPARATION: better thon 35dB ar 400Hz
SPURIOUS RADIATION: less than 34dB
АМТЕММА INPUT IMPEDANCE:
300 ohms balanced, 75 ohms
unbalenced
<AM>
TUNING RANGE: 535 to 1,605kHz
SENSITIVITY: 150 at 1,000kHz
(Bor antenna)
IMAGE FREQUENCY REJECTION:
better thon $046 at 1,000kHz
IF REJECTION: batter than 85dB at 1,000kHz
SELECTIVITY: better than 30dB ar 1,000kHz
SWITCHES:
FM MUTING:
FM ANTENNA Ne DISTANT, LOCAL
SEMICONDUCTORS:
Transistors: 45 FET: | Diodes: 22
POWER REQUIREMENTS:
POWER VOLTAGE: 100, 110, 117, 127, 220,
230, 240, 250У 50/60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION: 60w (rated)
DIMENSIONS: 416mm (16-3/8") ww, 145mm
(5-3/4")H, 300mm(11-7/8")D
WEIGHT: 10.3kg (22.7 1bs)
CHARACTERISTICS
POWER OUTPUT DISTORTION
RMS POWER
MUSIC POWER =====
VOLUME SMAX
DISTORTION (%)
POWER BANDWIDTH
INPUT=AUX Og8-28W
LOAD=80 DISTORTION
RESPONSE (dB)
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FM STEREO SEPARATION
SEPARATION (dB)
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* Design and specifications subject to change without notice for
improvements.
FM SENSITIVITY & IMAGE RATIO
ANTENNA INPUT [4B]
AM SENSITIVITY & IMAGE REJECTION
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FREQUENCY (KHz)
SANSUI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
i fr Ly Tri 14-1, 2-chome, Izumi, Suginemi«ku, Tokyo 168. Jopon.
TELEPHONE: (03) 323-1111 TELEX: 232-2074
Stock No. 9206660 Printed in Japan (32310445)
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