Click here to view full size image
1974 Kenwood KR9400 Stereo Receiver 120 Watts RMS Per Ch. MONSTER sound machine EX Cond WoW.... SOLD OUT!|
Sorry just sold .This unit is in stock and is in above average condition in all respects is very clean and in 100% condition, recently fully serviced and is superb sounding with BIG power & equal and clean in both sides, Thunderous bass response at this power level is turn down the middle and you get a compression tone I think is one of the best sounding units of this Monster Japanese Receiver era... treble response is also very clean ..you here the highs clear and crisp...this unit has one of the lowest harmonic distortion ratings in this power range of any brand of high power Japanese vintage Receivers....This one is a winner... very clean cosmetically too, nothing missing, nothing broken ever... a very clean vintage survivor that has been well taken care of, adult owned, right here in California and is ready to serve another 35
years. Here are the amazing specs.
The Kenwood KR-9400 is a two-channel stereo receiver that was manufactured in the late 1970s. Today it is considered a vintage receiver by audiophiles and is sought after for its high music quality and power output. It also has a classic look with a steel face, large frequency display and wooden sides, making it visually appealing to collectors as well.
The power output of the KR-9400 is 120 watts per channel when connected to speakers that are rated at 8 ohms with dynamic or peak output power at 310 watts. As for power consumption, the unit uses 415 watts at full power and 60 watts at no signal.
The frequency response of this unit is 5 to 40,000 Hz. This is a large frequency range, which will give a deep bass at the low frequencies and sharp treble at the high end. The total harmonic distortion over this frequency range is 0.02%.
The KR-9400 is 21-15/16 inches wide, 6-9/16 inches high and 15-9/16 inches deep. The total weight of the unit is 45.4 pounds. Switches on the receiver include a speaker selector which can be set to Off, A, B, A+B or C, an input selector that can be set to AM, FM, Phono 1, Phono 2, Mic and a tape monitor switch that can be set to monitor (A, B), dubbing (A > B) and (B > A).
I will post the pics of this one very soon
its near perfect no worries she's BEAUTIFUL.... Enjoy your music like its meant to be heard..this unit will provide you the power & fidelity needed to have that " Live Sound " ...just provide good speakers and your in business