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Technics RP-DH1200 DJ Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

$60.70


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This a super clean, and really great sounding Vintage Panasonic Technics SA – 80 Stereo AM / FM Receiver with Dual Packed Power, in very good cosmetic and working condition. Features include Audio Inputs and Outputs for connecting and Optional Audio Auxilary, Tape Monitor, and Phono, a Tuning Signal Level VU Meter, two sets of Speaker Outputs for using with a Main Front set of Speakers and one Remote set of Speakers, FM Stereo On Indicator Light, Headphone Monitor Output Jack, AM / FM Antenna Connectors, and one Constant Power Unswitched AC Power Outlet. This Panasonic Receiver also comes with Tone Controls for making sound adjustments to the Bass, Treble, Loudness, Balance, and Master Volume. Powers at 100 Watts of AC Power Consumption
Measurements are 17 1/2" W x 11" D x 5 3/8" H.

Ask DJs about their favorite turntables and they'll frequently swear by -- even though it hasn't been made since 2007, the super-reliable deck is still the gold standard for vinyl spinners. If you're one of those enthusiasts, you'll be glad to hear that Panasonic is Technics turntables back as part of a for the audio brand. Many of the details are still under wraps, but the turntable set will have a new direct-drive motor that should improve the audio quality. The gear won't show up until some point during Panasonic's next fiscal year (sometime between April 2016 and March 2017), but more development time is likely a good thing. After all, the SL-1200 thrives precisely because its makers were careful to preserve elements that worked well -- a rushed product could easily hurt more than it helps.

Panasonic Relaunches Technics Brand at IFA in Berlin

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    Ask DJs about their favorite turntables and they'll frequently swear by -- even though it hasn't been made since 2007, the super-reliable deck is still the gold standard for vinyl spinners. If you're one of those enthusiasts, you'll be glad to hear that Panasonic is Technics turntables back as part of a for the audio brand. Many of the details are still under wraps, but the turntable set will have a new direct-drive motor that should improve the audio quality. The gear won't show up until some point during Panasonic's next fiscal year (sometime between April 2016 and March 2017), but more development time is likely a good thing. After all, the SL-1200 thrives precisely because its makers were careful to preserve elements that worked well -- a rushed product could easily hurt more than it helps.

    Technics was one of the best-known mass-market audio brands of the 1970s, '80s and '90s, but Panasonic pulled the plug on it in the 2000s. At a press event that took place today before the 2014 , Panasonic relaunched Technics as a high-end audio brand, showing two systems slated to sell for €4,000 to €40,000, or about $5,250 to $52,500. The new Technics components are slated to launch in Europe and Japan by the end of the year, and in the U.S. "sometime in 2015," a Panasonic spokesperson told me.