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Reviewed aug 25th, 2017 by biguns. i consider the ca-800 as entry level hi-fi, no disrespect. it is a very good amp. the ca-1000 slightly better and the ca-1010 and 2010 better again.. Thank you for your kind words. no i don't have the a-1000, i only have a c-4 pre-amplifier (without the m-4 power) from that period of time. but i have a blaupunkt pt-3750 digital tuner from 1986, that is in fact a rebadged yamaha t-1020 from 1986..
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Extra-rare 1982 amplifier - but ampli-fire would be more like it ! the 101m is however not that rare. in its home/audiophile version it is (there seems however to have been more than a thousand made), sure, but in its professional pa version it isn't : yamaha sold many pc-5002m worldwide and, yes.... Reviews and photos of vintage stereo tuners, including kenwood, sansui, pioneer, mcintosh, yamaha, accuphase, onkyo, denon, rotel, technics, tandberg, magnum dynalab.