Four transistors are used in the preamplifier section to suppress hum and noise.
It has built-in circuitry such as a scratch filter and loudness control to remove high-frequency noise, an AFC circuit for stable FM reception, and a tape monitor circuit for simultaneous recording and playback.
It can receive FM, medium and short waves.
Equipped with DIN standard tape recording terminal.
Equipped with an FM-MPX connector for FM stereo.
Stereo integrated amplifier
Maximum power output:
20 Hz ~ 80 kHz -2dB or less (8 Ω load)
1% or Less (at Output 13W)
Gain (input required for output 12W):
Phono MAG : 77 dB, 2 mV
Phono X-TAL : 49 dB, 50 mV
Tape, MIC : 82 dB, 1.1 mV
Tape mon out : 46 dB, 70 mV
FM : 80 MHz ~ 108 MHz (CHAN-1)
AM : 535 kHz to 1605 kHz (CHAN-1, 2)
Short Wave Section : 3.5 MHz ~ 10 MHz (CHAN-1)
Using Magic Eye (for both AM and FM)
Tape monitor terminal (slide switch operation)
Used vacuum tubes, etc. Vacuum tube:
SE-0. 5Ax2 (Silicon)
Power supply voltage:
240 VAC, 50Hz/60Hz
Width 436 x Height 147 x Depth 343 mm
Description of Works:
Replaced one faulty 6BA6 vacuum tube.
Replaced illumination globes.
Cleaned & deoxit potentiometers and switches.
Cleaned & detailed unit.
New speaker banana plug binding posts.
Item sold as is no warranty on this product.
RV HIFI Says:
The Sansui SM-34 Stereo Tube Receiver is a rare and collectable piece of audio equipment from 1962 with updated speaker terminals. Tested all tubes and replaced one faulty tube. All functions have been tested and it performs well, with one channel slightly lower output. Enjoy a vintage sound experience with this classic receiver.