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    Posted 7 years ago

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    This is my stereo that consist completely of Toshiba:
    ST-335 Stereo Tuner
    SY-335 Stereo Preamplifer
    SC-335 Stereo Power Amplifer
    The 335 set is from 1978 and is rated 40 Watts Per Channel into 8 ohms.
    PC-G2 Stereo Cassette Deck
    The cassette deck is from 1982.
    XR-9057 6 Disc Magazine Plus One Tray CD Player.
    The CD player is from 1987.

    I hope to add a Toshiba Turntable soon.

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    1. Caleb20 Caleb20, 7 years ago
      Yes its a really great looking and sounding amp. When I first got it had some cold solder joints which was making a channel drop, got that fixed and she's back up and jammin'. Haven't had any problems with it and nothing has been replaced/upgraded other than new bulbs in the tuner.
    2. fortapache fortapache, 7 years ago
      I love the audio equipment from the 70s and 80s. The ones they make now are just black and boring. Love the feeling of the knobs and toggle switches and watching the VU meters.
    3. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago
      Love it ....Memories!!
      Rock & Roll ....
      \m/ \m/

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