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    I Have a Mitsubishi 2 channel amplifier. It produces a minimum of 100 watts a channel @ .05 thd at 8 ohms and states to be 4 ohm stable though I had them running my 6 ohm bookshelves wonderfully. Not bridgable. These are very solid units and high end at the time. Amp is heavy, about 20 pounds. I have two of these. Great amps.

    $120 Shipped










    Then I have the AARPA (company that makes zapco) 6 channel amp that were hot a while back. Mine is set up as 3 bridged channels and I used it to run two small bookshelves and a 6.5 TB sub and also to power my center and surrounds for a while . Great amp. Just dont need it. All the channels are bridged and its about 60x60x75 at with an 8 ohm load. Perfect for a bedroom or cpu and all set up for you. If you want more info on this amp, I can send you the multi page link.

    $100 shipped.

    I have the entire Mitsubishi rack system (preamp, Learning remote with ability to adjust the eq on its screen, cd changer, tape(if ya want it) and same amp Id sell as well. NJ pickup only though.

    Oldschool quality that was top of the line back then and cost around $1000. Brand of all components is Mitsubishi.

    * STEREO POWER amplifier MODEL M-A5200
    * STEREO TUNER-PREAMPLIFIER MODEL M-PF5200
    * AUTO 5 DISK OPTICAL COMPACT DISC CHANGER CD PLAYER MODEL M-C5200
    * STEREO DOUBLE CASSETTE DECK MODEL M-T5200 SER NO.12543
    * EVERYTHING WORKS PERFECT AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
    *COMES WITH HUGE GRAPHIC LEARNING REMOTE WITH ALL FUNCTIONS INCLUDING GRAHIC EQ ADJUSTMENT ON A MONOCHROME LCD DISPLAY PLUS LEARNING FOR OTHER COMPONENTS.


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    I'd like 200 for the complete stack unit.

    Info I know of the power:

    main amp does a solid 100 watts x2 rms at 8 ohms. Select channel 1 or 2 but not 1 and 2. Good for outdoor speaker setting.

    The preamp/processor has an amp for surround speakers and gives 40 watts x2 at 8ohms to two surround speakers.

    If anyone has any questions PM me. If anyone need anymore pictures, let me know.

    If you dont live in the Nj area, I cant imagine shipping would be less than 50 dollars but Id do it at cost.

    I would split it up. I just use the preamp, amplifier and an ipod dock mostly so it sits that high.








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    Re: FS: Solid and interesting Home Audio

    That is indeed some great stuff!

    I had been diligently trolling ebay and the rest of the web looking for a receiver/amp, and cd player to accompany my Phillips 900 series
    cassette deck (it's twisted I know but I still have a ton of cassettes, and it fun to dump vinyl to it)


    Since the hunt was getting old, I took a detour to good will today on a whim/gut feeling, and found the mitsubishi 5000 series.
    It had come in the day before, so I snagged it. I tested all four components (the tape deck was toast) then blew the minimal dust out of the other 3, and cleaned them up then hooked them up. WOW, so much cleaner and brighter than the found Sherwood I had been listening to attached to a TEAC 6 cd player. Looks great as well. It was great to read about Jersey Guy's setup, as i too am from Jersey.

    I look forward to listening to this setup for as long as the capacitors last.




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