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Vintage ('76-'77) SABA Hi-Fi Stereo Receiver Walnut Cab West Germany - $110 (Collettsville / Lenoir)

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Hi,
I'm selling a SABA HiFi Studio 9100 stereo receiver, made in West Germany 1976-77. SABA is an acronym for the Black Forest Apparatus Construction Institute.
This beautiful beast (26 inches wide and very heavy) features AM/FM stereo, long wave, shortwave, tape/monitor inputs, and separate phono inputs for turntables with ceramic and magnetic cartridges. There's a range of equalizer/effect push buttons, and faders for volume, balance, bass, treble, and presence. There are FM presets as well, each with its own mini tuner knob.
Accommodates 4- to 16-ohm speakers, and into 4, it pushes 50 music watts per channel. The sound is truly fantastic, with a total harmonic distortion of about a tenth of one percent.
There are a few blemishes (note the circular marks on the black part of the top) and the lettering is rubbed off in a couple of places; and at least one lamp is out (though both meters seem to work). Also seems like the faceplate lamps are a little dimmer than they appear in the pics; I had the lights off. Still, she's a feast for the eyes and ears.
I'm including two 2-pin speaker plugs that screw onto bare speaker wires.
I can meet in Collettsville, Lenoir, or maybe Hudson/Granite or Morganton or nearby, depending on my schedule. Message with questions and thanks for looking!

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