Written on: 15/06/2014 by Eleanor279 (1 review written)
My AU 7900 has been completly build after it had some protection issue. This may due to the previous owner who didnt use it for some time. After it was rebuild,it sound great and the preamp part of this amplifier is fantastic… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/02/2011 by NOCCIOLA64 (1 review written)
SALVE HO UN SANSUI AU 7700,COMPRATO A 80EURO E UN DECK,PARI A 140EURO,DICO CHE QUESTO 7700,E UN MOSTRO,ED E COSTRUITO EGREGGIAMENTE,O PURE ALTRI,AU-D11,AU 717,G9000,AU-X901,MA IL 7700 LI BATTE DECISAMENTE,SONO CERTO CHE MI DURERA TUTTA LA MIA VITA NON E MAI STATO RIPARATO E ANCORA OGGI SUONA DA DIO,A GLI AMP, DI UNA VOLTA CHIEDO SCUSA I SANSUI..........MEDITATE POPOLO,SPERO CHE SANSUI RITORNI… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2009
Bought in 1974 my AU2900 has now reached the end of its life. At the time they were regarded as a cheap entry into HIFI and the sound quality, until it recently developed a hideous crackle, was very good. It's a shame that many consumer electronics nowadays seem to have such a short life span, lack simplicity and don't have the timeless clean design… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2008
I bought the Au7900 new I think in 1975. I searched the market carefully and fell in love with it. I used to be a dj and took the unit out to all kinds of parties. It was a real work horse and never let me down.
I need to find someone in Toronto who fixes these things?… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2008 by Greg Dugan (1 review written)
I am a big fan of music. I have Thiel c 2.2 floorstanders that really match the amp well. I also have a Arcam FMJ 27A with purist interconnects. My Boston acoustic subwoofer is pluged in to the external amp connects. I have it turned down at only 50 hz because bass is not a issue with the 7900. The sub gives it a little warmer feel. The phono amp is great for my Thorens TD 115 MK 2 turntable. If you surround the Sansui AU 7900 with other good components, your music collection will sound… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2008 by steve oneill (1 review written)
Excellent sound quality and very durable. Bought my Sansui AU 7900 in 1975. Has been used to power home stereo systems, dances at school gymnasiums, and more recently, complete home entertainment systems. I've blown through a half dozen pairs of speakers from Pro Linear to Bose 501's and the amp refuses to die. I've had a few minor repairs performed and the repair shops love to work on it. Will probably have it for another 30 years… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2008
If you have one of these - don't get rid of it! They are fantastic! If you don't have one, go out and buy 1! these amplifiers are over 30 years old and put the new gear to shame...the sound quality, detail, separation is fantastic....you'll have to spend many thousands to come close… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2007 by Jeroensel (1 review written)
It is a pleasure to use the Sansui AU 7900 amplifier every day!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2005 by ratjetoes (1 review written)
The Sansui AU 7900 is the best amplifier ever made! Mine still works just fine every single day for almost 30 years now, no problems whatsoever... I also have the tu-5900 tuner which is so sensitive I can receive radio signals from Russia, US and other far away countries(my Sansui lives in Holland). I recommend Sansui high-end equipment to all REAL music freaks… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2004 by wilmeland (1 review written)
If you can find a Sansui AU 7900 in good working order, get it. (See Good Points)… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2003 by PHemp. (1 review written)
I was looking for an amp about a year ago and came across this beauty at a used-audio market.(For 150 euro it was quite a steal anyway). This little monster is great.
It's built and weighs like a tank. At the back there is a large heatsink (kind of rough though)the inputs/outputs and speaker posts facing up. The knobs are great to look and operate (no plastic here) and the overall looks with the black fascia is great. Minor complaint, the power cord is fixed and could be better… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/01/2003 by Andrea. (1 review written)
After listening to an AU 9900 a friend of mine had as a present from his father-in-law (he was renewing his hi-fi system with something more WAF (wife-acceptance-factor) friendly ),I rediscovered the quality and the sound of these once renowned amplifiers (my first one was an AU101).Pity they don't exist anymore! I tracked down-via Ebay-a couple of Ca-Ba2000 (same age as the 7900 and 9900).They sound superb as they look. Not a scratch from switches or knobs, made of perfectly machined… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2002 by bernard. (1 review written)
Sansui AU-7900 amp(1977): Sounds great standing still. The build quality of these units is outstanding. They were so over-engineered, it is no wonder that so many are still working today, 25 years after production. This 80 watt per channel I bought this amp in 1977 with tuner TU7900 (ca.1800 Euro new) and works still today, year after year. (one little repair 3 years ago) Works really nice with the British speakers B&W. Although this amp has a multitude of tone controls and filters, which are… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2002 by James Walker. (1 review written)
Sansui AU-7900 amp(1978): Sounds great standing still. Just looking at it off can inspire me. Like looking at a Porsche or a Ferrari. The Sansui hi-fi circa 1977-1979 represents one of the high points of Japanese consumer electronics engineering. The build quality of these units is outstanding. They were so over-engineered, it is little wonder that so many are still working today, 24 years after production. This 75 watt per channel amp was the successor to the even more beautiful looking, 54… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2001 by Bon Jon Bovi. (1 review written)
This Sansui amp is the worst i've ever used. how can something from 1977 or wahtever be any good at all and yes i do have one. It always cuts out on me. I hate it… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/03/2001 by bigsexxyy. (1 review written)
It is pure power by any standard. The sound is rich, power is plentyful . It is a music lovers dream !!!
The Sansui G-7500 was manufactured somewhere between 1970-73.
Does anyone else out there have or know about the Sansui G-7500 ? Anyone with any info please feel free to drop me a line… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2001 by avouts. (1 review written)
Beautiful design , great amplifier , very warm sound.
This model works every day from 1977 without problem.
Unbelievable !!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/03/2000 by me. (1 review written)
This is a great amplifier,from a decade ago.. it deserves honorable mention 80w RMS P-C Great power amp,flat,clear,and powerful.. I love mine,especialy after the Mods Very good!… Read Full Review
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