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Output power: 2 x 135W. Extended Direct Drive. Bi-Wiring. Switch phono cartridge type. Regulators: A, B, A+B. 0.07 total harmonic distortion.
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Technics SUVX700

“I've owned my Technics SU VX-700 since 1991 and it has...”

Written on: 21/11/2010

I've owned my Technics SU VX-700 since 1991 and it has performed ever since. I'm really pleased with it.
I've got one question and hopefully there's one who knows yhe answer.
The input and output selectors seems to be not fully connected because the sound from the speakers are interfered. This can be fixed by turning the selectors from one side to the other. But this only fixes it for some time.
Any tips on how to fix this? Can it be because of durt and dust?… Read Full Review

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Jorgesithoe's Comment

Written on: 02/02/2014

Hi buddy!

Hi Buddy, hope you have your amp already fixed and hoping you can also help me because i am facing problem with my Technics Su-VX700 i has the same problem as your. can you help me plase! Thanks in advance Jorge!

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Technics SUVX700

“Technics is no match for any audio system. I am still...”

Written on: 06/12/2008

Technics is no match for any audio system. I am still using the 1970 su-8044 model. I am really surprised to see even after 30 years, I am not able to find a match for technics amplifiers. Great quality product. Well recommend Technics SUVX700… Read Full Review

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 30/06/2012

Have the SU-V8X 1985 Still in perfect condition! Have played to many major parties... I love Technics! (had it from new).

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Technics SUVX700

“Technics SU-VX700: I have owned many Technics amps and...”

Written on: 30/05/2005 by ampmaestro (19 reviews written)

Technics SU-VX700: I have owned many Technics amps and other audio equipment in the past, so buying the SU-VX700 second hand seemed to be a good move. I plugged it in and fired it up and it appears to live up to Technics fame. Plenty of punch and it sounds good too. People seem too ready to discard their straight forward amps in favour of Home Theatre amps because of the extra channels and all the "sound effects" and bells and whistles they have, but, when it comes to good clean HiFi audio… Read Full Review

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Ampmaestro's Response to ampmaestro's Review

Written on: 02/06/2005

A footnote to my above comment in the "bad points" section...
The Graphic EQ was "very" easy to add in, especially with the input and record selector switches... Simply place the EQ on Tape 1 in/out sockets (or Tape 2, I guess) then select which input device you wish to listen to and select Tape 1 in the record switch. Just like that...
I grow more impressed with this amp by the day...

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Technics SUVX700

“This is a pretty amazing amplifier giving out 690W. I...”

Written on: 28/11/2001 by boy. (1 review written)

This is a pretty amazing amplifier giving out 690W. I am very impressed only it doesn't have a remote control, but then it makes up for that with the shear output this 'baby' gives. Well done for technics!… Read Full Review

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Bertie's Response to 6420_boy.'s Review

Written on: 20/08/2003

Is the 690 watts Peak Power, Music Power or RMS?
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<br>Nevertheless, its a fine amplifier.

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175943_Rala's Response to 6420_boy.'s Review

Written on: 04/11/2004

I have a Technics SU-VX700 and it's bad... If you have the blue print you can to contact me on the hifi forum.

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Runin's Response to 6420_boy.'s Review

Written on: 22/06/2004

I agree - if it was to run at 690 watts constantly, it would run very hot. The power-consumption is measured when running at full throttle - max power. When used at moderate levels it would probably run at about 200 watt/consumption. Many people are mistaken about the numbers and accidently thinks that the number on the back is an indication of how powerfull the amplifier is.

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Bertie's Response to 6420_boy.'s Review

Written on: 21/06/2004

Thanks for that Runin....I never thought of the power CONSUMPTION. Y'know, a 690 watts firebar would go a long way towards heating a small room!

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Runin's Response to 6420_boy.'s Review

Written on: 20/06/2004

None of it. It is the power-consumption that is stated to 690 watts. It has absolutely nothing to do with reality. The SU-VX700 is from the early nineties and the poweroutput was stated as 2x90 watts/8 ohms.

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