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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1974)
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LIST PRICE: $751.85
When you leave "medium budgets", you gain the power to fill large listening
rooms with enough sound to approximate "concert hall realism." Speakers
should be large enough to handle all that power smoothly, and without stain or
coloration. And the record changer shouid handle valuable discs with a minimum
of wear while extracting from the grooves every bit of available sound quality.
At the heart of System 6 is the twin-powered Harman-Kardon 630 AMFM
Stereo Receiver. It delivers 60 watts RMS into 8 ohms, both channels driven,
20 - 20,000 Hz at less than 0.5 THD, less than 0.15 IM distortion. Twin-power
means two separate power supplies, one for each amplifier section. Which
means a cymbal crash on one channel simply cannot effect a drum roll on the
The record changer is the BSR 71 OX Transcription Series Total Turntable with
Shure M-91E cartridge, sequential cam drive mechanism, transcription arm system,
pushbutton operation, full-size 12-inch 4-pound platter, walnut grained base and
tinted dust cover.
The Stereophile said it all about the full-size Advent Loudspeakers in System
6: "After several weeks of listening we still hadn't found anything to complain
about ... They were, in fact the least-colored loudspeakers we have ever heard,
and this includes the highest-priced systems currently available." ,
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Our Curiam 7 ac Vrtll VuniJ Id riahtlv exoect with a pricetag exceeding
$1,000, is designed for the audio purist ... someone who is looking for the
last ounce of performance, and is willing to pay the price to get it.
The Yamaha CR 600 AMFM Stereo Receiver serves as the control cen
ter It delivers 30 watts per channel, RMS, at 20 to 20,000 Hz into 8 ohms,
with tos than 0.1 Total Harmonic Distortion and Intermediation Dis
tortion Its highly advanced FM tuner section uses s pair of super-low-noisa
dual-gated MOS FETs in the FM RF amplifier and mixer stage. Result: ex
traordinary response to even the most feeble FM signals. The CR GOO has
numerous convenience features such ss a specialized microphone mixing
amp twin tape recordplayback circuits, continuously-adjustable loudness
control, and relay-operated speakerpower protection circuits.
Turntable for System 7 is the Phillips GA2 12, a manual that offers such
refinements as less than 0.1 wow and flutter, and rumble -62 d3. Wa equip
the GA212 with a cartridge to match its low stylus tracking weight ability:
the critically-acclaimed ADC VLM.
As we've said repeatedly, all the power and refinements in electronics are
worthless without speakers to match - and for an advanced system, we re
commend the ESS amt-1, with the unique Neil airmotion transformer. Un
like any conventional, the "squeezing" action of the Heii allows the most
perfect sound reproduction currently available - at any price.
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