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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1974)
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LIST PRICE $339.90
Our system with the most mod
est price tag for the starter who
wants true separate components,
enough power to fill a sma!l-to
medium-sized room, and speakers
capable of delivering good bass
The control center is the Super
scope R-330 AMFM Stereo Re
ceiverwhich delivers 18 watts
RMS (the most conservative pow
er rating method). Capable of full
adaptation to 4-channel sound.
The BSRMcDonald 260 AX
is a complete changer with mag
netic cartridge, anti-skating, cue
pause, jam-proof tonearm, base
and dust cover.
The Harman-Kardon HK20
Speakers deliver a virtually flat re
sponse across the audible frequen
cy range. In handsome hand-rubbed
oiled walnut enclosures, they
are compact but offer the best
overall sound we've found in
speakers of this size and price range.
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LIST PRJCE $358.90
A low-medium budget system that offers substantial increases in sound
As with System 2, the control center is the Superscope R-330 AMFM
Stereo Receiver with 18 watts RMS and an array of features not usually
found in receivers of this price range: loudness, tape monitor, speaker selec
tion switches, signal-strength tuning meter, and FM Stereo Indicator.
The BSR 310 AXE is a Professional Series Total Turntable with ADC
K-8E elliptical diamond stylus magnetic cartridge, 4-pole motor, base and
And the speakers are the remarkable new Advent2's! Using modern
plastics technology to produce an enclosure that equals the acoustic per
formance of wood, Advent put the savings directly into the speaker com
ponents to produce a truly solid sound, with substantia! bass in a small
vSgN) System 4
LIST PRICE $440-85
Our medium-price component
system truly represents some of
the good reasons for changing our
system line-up that we've been
talking about. Prime example: the
control center is the HarrnanKar
don 330B AMFM Stereo Receiv
er. Its predecessor, the 330A was
an unqualified best seller. The
"B" version has a beefed-up pow
er transformer providing higher
supply voltage to the amplifier cir
cuits whose new output transistors
supply higher power with greater
reliability. Result: 20 watts RMS
per channel ... unique in receivers
in its price range, And, a walnut
cabinet is included.
The BSR 510 AX has an ADC
K-7E elliptical stylus magnetic
cartridge, anti-skating, damped cue
pause, synchronous motor, base
and dust cover.
Speakers are the smaller Ad
vents, compared favorably with
speakers twice their size and price.
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LIST PRICE: $543.90
System 5 is designed to provide enough power for room-filling bass response
in all but the largest listening rooms, plu a variety of refinements in the control
center and record-changing mechanism while still remaining in a below $500
medium price range.
The control center is the Yamaha CR400 AMFM Stereo Receiver, which de
livers 32 watts RMS, both channels driven into 8 ohms at 20 to 20,000 Hz, with
less than ,5 Total Harmonic Distortion and Intermodulation Distortion at rated
power. Translation: specifications normally found in receivers costing much
more. And, the Yamaha 400 has inputs for tape record and monitor, plus front
panel microphone jack and microphone amplifier with independent volume con
trol. The tuner section has both signal strength and tuning meters.
Automatic turntable is the BSR 610 AWX, with ADC K-5E elliptical diamond
stylus magnetic cartridge, anti-skating, damped cuepause, synchronous motor,
heavy duty platter, change-cycle noise muting circuit, walnut grained base and
The Smaller Advent Loudspeaker has been compared favorably with speakers
twica its size and price. Stereo Review magazine said, "In respect to Lalance, low
frequency solidarity, clarity and definition, the Smaller Advent ranked with some
of the best.."
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