OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

& SERVICE MANUAL
STEREO RECEIVER
SANSUI SEVEN
SANSUl ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
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Congrat ul ations on Jommg the thousands of proud, satisfied owners
of quality stereo components from Sansui, Japan's foremost audio-
only spec ialist.
In man y ways, the SEVEN is a culmination of our long experience
and arduous research in the design and manufacture of qualit y audio-
only equipment.
It s tuner section combines an FET-equipped super sensitive FM
frontend and an IC-equipped FM IF ampli fi er which ensures outstand -
ing FM selectivit y and superb tone quality.
Its amplifier section is a 160-watt masterpiece designed, tested and
proven to bring out every subt le shade of the or iginal sound, regard-
less of the program source, free from distortion.
Ove r-all , the receiver is equipped with practicall y all the swit ches,
controls, inputs and outputs that you would ever need to enjoy today's
most advanced hi-fi sound reproduction.
This manual has been prepared to guide you in operating and caring
for the receiver correctly, so that you will get the most out of its
built-in high performance and exceptional ve rsatilit y. May we sug-
gest that you read it once carefully?
CONTENTS
SWITCHES AND CONTROLS ........... . ... . ... . ........ .. ..... . . .. 3,4,5
CONNECTIONS .... .. .. . ...... .. .... ......... .. ........... .. . .. ....... .. 6,7,8
OPERATIONS .. . .. . ..................... . . ...... . . ... . ........ . ... . .. .... ...... 9
4-CHANNEL STEREO SYSTEM ...... .. . . __ ... ... _ .. .. .. .. .... . .. . . ... 10
NOISE REDUCTION SYSTEM ............... . ................ _ .. .. . .... 11
SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS . ..... .. . . ........ . ...... .. ........ . 12
SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS/ ACCESSORIES .... ..... .. . 13,14
GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING CHART . ... . . . .... ....... ... 15, 16
SPECIFICATIONS ............. . ............ .. ..... .. ............. . ........ 17
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ..... . .. ...... ........ ..... .... .. . . ..... .. 18
TEST POINTS .. ...... ... ........... ................... . .. .. . . .... ......... . . 19
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF AMPLIFIER SECTION . .... . 20, 21
SCHEMATIC DI AGRAM OF TUNER SECTION .... . . . ... .. . . . 22,23
ALIGNMENT .... .. . .. .. .. .. .. ....... ..... .... _ .. ..... ............. 24,25,26
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST ............ 27- 39
OTHER PARTS AND THEIR LOCATION ON CHASSIS ... 40- 42
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SWITCHES AND CONTROLS
Explained Oil the ri ght are the functions of the
\'ariolls switches and controls located on the front
panel of your SEYE:\. They are all designed
and located to gi\'e you maximum control of the
rccei\'er with the greatest ease. Read the instruc·
tions oncc and you'll find C\'cry onc of them is
very e<:lsy to operate.
The Operating Instructions Sheet. accompanying
thi s booklet. carrics thc same infonl'lation in a
condensed form. for future quick references.
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Noise Filter Switches
LOW: Push to cut off low- frequency noise such
as the rumbling of the turntahle motor.
HIGH: Push to cut off high-frequency noise such
as the scratch noise of a worn record, tape hi ss
or the whislc noise in radio broadcasts.
Lea,·e the switches off at all other times.
Power Switch
Push once to turn on the power supply for the
entire recci\·er. once marc to turn off.
Power Indicator
Tuning and Signal Meters
The desired F1\[ station is pinpointed when the
Signal i\lctcr pointer has swung as far to the
right as possible and the Tuning pointer is
perfectly centered.
:\11 ,-\:\1 station, in contrast, is correctly tUlled in
when the Signal i\lcter pointer has swung as far
10 the r ight as it will go. You need not pay
attention to the Tuning

,
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Accommodates a stereo headphone set for moni-
tor ing and private listening, \ Vhen listening with
'-----
headphones, turn the Speaker Selector to' OFF.'
The headphones used should be a dynamic type.
Speaker Selector ----------=--------------'
OFF: To cut off the sound from the speaker
systems when li stening with headphones.
A: To dri\'e the speaker systems connected to
the SYSTEi\[ A terminals.
B: To drive the ones connected to the
13 terminals.
C: To dri,·e the ones connected to the SYSTE\[
C terminals.
A+B: To dri,·e both A and 13 pairs of speaker
systems.
A + C: To drive both A and C pairs of speaker
systems.
Triple Tone Controls _---J
BASS: Usc to strengthen or weaken the receiver's
low-end response. Turn it clockwise to emphasize
the lows hy :ldR per step.
MIDRANGE: l ise to strengt hen or weakcn the
midrange response. Turn it clockwisc to empha-
size the midranges by Id13 per step.
TREBLE: 1 i.e to st ren)( then or weaken thc
high-end response. Tllrn it clockwise tocmphasize
the highs by :ldR per step.
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Loudness Switch
The human car is slich that an apparent ' drop-out'
of the lows and highs occurs when you're lislen-
ing at a low \'oIulllc Ic"cl. Pushing this switch
compensates for thi s apparent loss and appropn-
ately accent s the lows and highs.
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Volume Control ___ .oJ
Tllrn it clockwise to raise the volume.
Balance Control
1'S(' to halalH'c thc lert and right channel s.
N.R. Adaptor Switch _----J
If you connect a noise reduction adaptor to the
SEVEN and want to record or reproducc on a
tape deck \·ia such ad3ptor. push this switch.
,---- FM Stereo Indicator
I.ights when the rccci,"cr is tuned to an sta-
tion broadcasting in stereo.
,--- Mono Switch
Push to hear in mono whate\'cr program source
you may h;I\' c tlcljusted the recei\'cr to reproduce.
'-----Selector Control
Depending on what you wish to hear. turn to the
appropriate position.
PHONO. 2: Selects a turntahle connected to
the PI [ONO inputs.
PHONO.l: Selects the one connc(·ted to the
PIIONO 1 in puts.
FM AUTO: To hear 1' \1 hroadcasts, whcther
stereo or mono.
AM: To hear .-\1\1 broadcasts.
AUX: To hear whatc\'cr progrm source IS con-
nected to the At IX inputs.
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Function Indicators
Tape Monitor Switches
These switches control t:1pe monitor circuit s
and :!. See p. Y of Operating Instructions for
detailed instructions on the operation of tnpc
decks.
4. Channel Adaptor Switch
If YOll.connect " ·I·channel adaptor to the SE\· Ei\
3nd Illal,: e other necessary conncct ions. you will
be able to upgradc thi s :'! ·('ilan1l cl sterco receiver
to ·i-channel stereo capahilities hy pushing thi s
switch (rerer to p. 10 of ()I>crating Instructions).
(hhc.rwise. he sure to ).;cep it orr.
FM Muting Release Switch
This switch. if not depressed. climinates thc inter-
station noi se cOIll111only heard when t uning on the
1'\1 hand. I t should be pushed to rel ease the
Illuting function whell you arc trying to tUll e in
a weak station.
Tuning Control
Tunc in thc dcsired st<ltioll hy turning thi s ron-
trol.
Tape Monitor.2 Jacks
1\ part of tape monitor circuit 2, these jacks con-
nect a tape deck with phone plugs. The upper
jack is for recording, and the lower one for play-
back. Connecting: a tapc deck here automati cally
disables the pin jack terminals and DIN connector
socket of tape monilor circuit :l on the receivcr's
rear panel.
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CONNECTIONS
OUTDOOR FM ANTENNA
JOOn BALANC[o
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INDOOR 'T' SHAPED FM ANTENNA
CONNECTI NG TO
ANTENNA AND_"'--
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TURNTABLE 1

TURNTABLE
__ = LEFT CHANNEL
---RI GHT CHANNEL
COMPONENTS
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CONNECT NOISE
REDUCTI ON ADAPTOR
HERE (SEE p, 11)
CONNECT 4,CHANNEL
ADAPTOR HERE
(SEE p, 10)
RECORD
PLAYBACK
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SPEAKER SYSTEM· A
RIGHT SPEAKER LEFT SPEAKER
WALL AC OUTLET
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TAPE DECK 1
Connecting Speaker Systems
The SEVEN connects up to three p<lirs of spe<lker
systems. Any pair may be driven independently
or a combination of two pairs may be dri\'cn. as
selected by the Speaker Selector. Connect them to
the recei\'er as instructed in the diagram on the
left. taking care not to confuse the left and right
channels and the plus and minus leads. Also. be
ver y cCireflll not to short-circuit the pill s nnd minus
leads,
About the Speaker Impedance
Each speaker system connected to ),our SE\,El\
must possess an impcdfll1cC of ., to 16 ohms. Should
YOLI wi sh to dri\'c two pairs of speaker systems
simultaneously (hy turning: the Speaker Selector to
the ·.\ -'- If 0" '.-\ + C' position). each of them n","'
have an impedance of H ohms or more.
Connecting Antennas
FM Antennas
T.Shaped Feeder Antenna
If you li ,'e in the proximity of hroade<lst sl,ltiomi,
quality reception can he tlsually ohtained by ju!"t
selling: lip the T- shaped feeder cahle antcnn;1 sup-
plied with the recei,'cr. Connect thc antenna to thc
recei"er's terminal s. set up the receiver
for reception. stretch the antenna to a full T
shape, and adjust height ami directioll ulltil the
hest rece ption is ohtained,
Outdoor FM Antenna
Should the feeder cable ,mtenn" described "I>OI'e fail
to give you a dear rec·epl ioll . try installing an out-
door antenn".
\ Vhile many different types of antenna are com-
mercially ;w<li lable. it is <ldvi sahle to lISC one with
at least 5 or 7 clements.
Using feeder cahle, COT1I1et:t SllCh antenna to the
300n antenna terminals of the receiver. Oilsen'e
the following suggestions when connecting it:
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1. As an antenna is directional, locate and orient
the antenna in the place and direction which give
you t he hest reception. Actually listen to your
favorite FM station while you make the adjust.
ments,
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2. Be Sllre not to let the antenna touch electric
cables and other objects.
3 . Arrange the route of the feeder cable so as to
keep it as short as possible.
4. Try to keep the antenna as far from streets
as possible to prevent picking up the noise gener-
ated by automobiles.
If you should need long feeder cable to connect the
antenna or where the automobile traffic is hea,-y, it
is ad"isable to employ 750 coaxial cable. In this
case, howe\'er, it is necessary to connect a matching
transformer between the antenna and the coaxial
cable to match their impedances. Be sure to con-
nect the cable to the Fi\ 1 750 tennimds. (If the
antenna itself has an impedance of 750_ no match-
ing transformer is needed. )
AM Antenna"
Ferrite Bar Antenna
The highly sensitive AM ferrite har antenna, pro·
'Aided on the rear of the recei,-er, is usually suffici-
cnt to obtain a quality reception of A ~ I stMions. To
usc, simply pull it out as illustrated_
Outdoor AM Antenna
Should the bar antenna fail to givc you a clear recep-
tion. however, connect a picce of pye wi re sup-
plied to the Ai'vl-A terminal on the recci,-er's rear
panel and extend it outside a window or on the
roof. Still beller results can be obtained if you
ground thc recei,-cr.
Connecting Turntables
As the SEVEN is equipped with two phono input
ci rcu its, it is possible to employ two turntables or
two tonearms with magnetic cartridges.
Connect the output cables of the turntable to the
PHONO 1 or 2 input terminals. Be sure to keep
the left and right channel cables in proper order.
Note:
1. If you wish to use a moving-coil (MC) type
cartridge, be sure to employ either a step-up trans-
former or separate head amplifier between the
turntable and the SEVEN.
2. If you wish to use " ceramic or crystal type
cartridge, connect the outputs of the turntable to
the receiver's AUX input terminals.
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Connecting Tape Decks
The SEVEN is pro"ided with two tape monitor cir-
cuits. One has pin jack terminals, while the other has
pin jack terminals, a DIN connector socket and
phone type jacks. If you arc connecting only one
tape deck, you are absolutely free to usc any lenni-
nals which arc most convenicnt to YOll _ But if you
arc connecting two tape decks, be sure to connect
one of them to the first tape monitor circuit. and
the other to any terminal s of the second tape
monitor circuit.
If Using Pin Jacks
If you are usi ng the pin jack terminals to connect
your tape deck, proceed as follows:
1. Connect a pair of shielded cables bet ween the
'TAPE 1 (or 2) REG' pin jack terminals of the
SEVEN and the recording input termimtls of your
tape deck.
2. Connect anot her pair of such cables bet ween the
recei"er's ' TA PE 1 (or 2) \ION' pin jack terminals
and the tape deck's playback (monitor) output
tenninals_ .
Note: If you don't connect a 4-channel adaptor to
the 4-CHANNEL ADAPTOR terminals on the rear
panel, you Illel)' connect flnother tapc deck to them_
Use the :!·CI I OUTPUT terminals as recordi ng
outputs, and INPUT terminals as playback inputs.
If Using the DIN Socket
In the rather unlikely event that your tape deck is
equipped only with a DIN connector socket, plug
the DI 1 connector cable extending from it into the
5· pin DIN connector socket (marked TAPE-2 RECI
PLA Y) on the receiver's rear panel.
If Using Phone Jacks
Should your tape deck be equipped with cables with
phone type plugs, you may connect it to the phone
jacks on the receiver's front panel. The tape deck's
recording input plug should be inserted into the
upper 'TAPE REC' jack, and its playback output
plug into the lower 'PLAYBACK' jack.
Connecting a tape deck to the phone type jacks
automatically disables the pin jack terminals and
DIN connector socket of the second tape monitor
ci rcui t.
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OPERATIONS
FM Reception
1. Set the Selector Control to 'FM AUTO:
2. Tune in the desired FM station by turning the
Tuning Control.
I t is correctly pinpointed when the Signal Meter
pointer has swung as far to the right as possible and
the Tuning pointer is accurately centered.
3. Use the various other controls and swi tches to
sui t your personal preference.
AM Reception
l. Set the Selector Control to 'AM.'
2. Tune in the desired AM station by turning the
Tuning Knob until the Signal Meter pointer swings
as far to the ri ght as it will go near the frequency
of that station. The Tuning Meter dose not operate
for
3. Use the ,·arious other control s and switches to
sui t your personal preference.
Playing Records
1. Set the Selector Control to 'PHONO·I' or
'PHONO·Z: depending on which input ci rcuit you
are using.
2. Start the turntable and play the record.
3. sc the ,"arious controls and switches to suit
your llersonal preference.
Recording and Playback on
Tape Decks
To Record into a Tape Deck
l. Set the recei,·er's Selector Control to the program
source you want to record.
2. Start the talle deck in the recoding mode.
3. To monitor the sound being recorded, push the
TAPE MON 1 or 2 Switch, depending on which of
the two tape monitor circuits is ;Iccommoda l ing the
tape deck at the moment.
Note: is possible only if the tape deck
is equipped with separate heads for recording and
playback.
To Reproduce a Recorded Tape
1. Push the TAPE MON 1 or 2 Switch, depending
on which of the two tape monitor circuits is accom·
modating the tape deck at the moment.
2. tart the tape deck in the playback mode.
3. se the nlrioliS control s and switches to sui t
your personal preference.
Recording into Two Tape Decks
Simultaneously
l. Set the Selector Control to the program source
you want to record.
2. Start both tape decks in the record ing mode.
Recording from One Tape Deck into the
Other
1. Push the TAPE 1 Switch.
2. Start the tape deck connected to the second tape
monitor circui t, in the recording mode.
3. Now start the other tape deck (conneted to the
first tape monitor circuit ) in the 1)layback mode.
Note: The copying (dubbing) of a recorded tape,
as described above, is only possible from a tape
deck connected to the first tape monitor circui t to
the one connected to the second tape monitor cir·
cuit.
Signal Path Diagram
of Tape Record/
Playback Circuit
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4-CHANNEL STEREO SYSTEM
4.CHANNEL STEREO
The sound we daily hear is a mixture of the sounds
that reach Ollf ears straight from the sound source
- be it a rnusical instrument, a jet, a Ill all's mOllth
Of what ha\'e you-and the 'indi rect sounds' that
arrive at ollr cnrs only after they arc reflected of(
various surfaces. such as the walls, ceiling and so
forth. Four·channel recordings arc m£ldc usi ng two
microphones in the front of the concert hall and
two in the rear (to si mplify the explanation). The
'indirect sounds' with their compl icated wa\'cforms
arc mainly picked up by the two rear rnicrophones
and reproduced out of the two rear speakers in a"",
channel stereo sct-up for t{rcatl y enhanced 'ambience'
effects . . The result is almost as if the oriJ.!inal li\'c
were f e-played r ight in YOUf own rool11.
This new approach can now be yours simply by
adding cert ai n equipment-mai nl y. a ansui-l-
channel rear amplifi er and a second pair of speaker
systems-to your :!-channcl stereo system.
SANSUI 4·CHANNEL REAR AMPLIFIER QS·SOO
Connecting a 4·Channel Adaptor
Connection of such a rear amplifier or 4-channel
adaptor is easy. Just connect the 4·CHA NEL
ADAPTOR 2·CH. OUTPUT terminals of your
SEVEN with the input terminals 01 such rear ampli·
fier or 4·channel adaptor, then connect its 4·CI-IAN·
:-.IEL ADAPTOR II PUT terminals with the output
terminal s of such unit.
Operation
To operate the rear amplifier or ·1· channel adaptor
so connected, push the 4CII ADAPTOR Switch on
the receiver·s front panel, and otherwise follow its
manufacturer's instructions.
4 · CHANNEL REAR AMP

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I 4· CHANNEl = POWER I:: '
I ADAPTOR AM P. '
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SPU![I SISTI M
2·CH
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OUTPUT INPUT
PROGRAM
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SEVEN
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NOISE REDUCTION SYSTEM
About Noise Reduction Systems
Tape hiss is the single greatest annoyance to tape
recording: enthusiasts. To eliminate this noise, se\'cr·
al noise reduction systems have been developed to
date.
The latest innovation in this area is ",.lIed the Dolby
system. which reduces tape hiss most effecti"e1y
without affecting the tone quality of the program
source sound. It ilwolvcs compressing low·lc\"cl
signals (where tape hiss is most annoying) during
recording and then expanding them during playback
in exactly the opposite manner.
The Dolby system often more than doubles the
stereo listening enjoyment. T'o take maximum ad·
"anlage of it, you only need couple a commercially
available Dolby :\oise Reduction Adaptor to your
SE\ ·E:\ .
Connecting a N.R. Adaptor
Connect the Noise Reduction (N.R.) Adaptor to the
NOISE REDUCTION ADAPTOR jacks on your
EVEN.
Such adaptor usually has four pairs of jacks-two
for connecting a tape deck, and two more for con-
necting an amplifier (in this case the SEVEN).
However, as your SEVE is equipped with pro-
visions for connecting up to two tape decks, it is
better to connect your tape deck(s) to the SEVEN
(refer to 'Connecting Tape Decks' on page 8).
With your tape deck(s) so connected, regard the
NOISE REDUCTION ADAPTOR-OUT, -IN,
-REC and · ~ I O N jacks on your SEVEN's rear
panel as equivalent to these terminals:
OUT ... Tape recording output jacks of an ampli fier.
IN .. .. .. Tape playback input jacks of an amplifier.
REC .. . Recording input jacks of a tape deck.
MON . .. Playback output jacks of a tape deck.
With this in mind, make these connection. between
the SEVE:\ and the n.r. adaptor:
SE\ 'EN N.R. Adaptor
OUT . .. Input jacks of its recording circuit.
REC ... Output jacks of its recording circuit.
MON .. . Input jacks of its playback circuit.
IN ..... . Output jacks of its playback circuit.
Operating a N.R. Adaptor
Operate the n.r. adaptor correctly according to the
instructions supplied by its manufacturer. Then it
is simply a maller of operating your tapc deck COf-
rectly for recording and playback and pushing the
·.R. ADAPTOR Switch on the SEVEN's front
panel.
Note: \Yhen you are recording via a two-circuit
type Dolby Noise Reduction Adaptor, changing its
mode switch from record to playback by mistake is
likely to cause a loud oscillating phenomenon. Be
very careful to avoid such mistake.
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SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS
About the Place of Installation
The wooden cabinet of the SEVEN is designed so
that any heat radiated inside will cffecti\'e!y esc.ape
through it. Proper care should therefore be taken
of the dissipation of such heat if you wish to place
on top of the recei,·er or place it inside
a closed box. etc. Abo\'e all. ",'oid placing it where
it may he exposed to the direct sunlight.
When Connecting a Turntable, etc.
To connect a turntable. tape deck and so forth. it is
strongly recommended to use thick. shielded cables
with minimal distrihuted capacitance and to keep
them as short as possible.
To solder the pin plugs supplied as accessories onto
such shielded cables. refer to the illustration below.
Hum and Howling
Care must be taken nc\'cr to place a turntable on or
too nCar a speaker system, or the vibration of the
speaker system is transmitted and causes howling.
It is best to keep these components completely
separate but if this is impossible. place a thick
clishion between them.
Ilummillg is a phenomenon caused by incomplete
or incorrect lurntablc·recch·cr connections. Should
this occur, check to see if all connections are COIl"!-
pletely made and if the connecting cables are suf-
fi ciently thick. Be sure to connect the grounding
lead (or terminal ) of the turntable to the GND
terminal of the SEVEN. It may suppress the hum
noise wich may otherwise occur.
PM Connectors
These arc the U·shaped jumper connectors connce·
ting the 'PRE a T' (preamplifier output) jacks and
the ':\1AIN IN' (power amplifier input) jacks on the
rccci\'cr's real panel , and can be easily pulled out.
With these connectors unplugged, the preamplifier
and power amplifier sections arc separated and may
be independently uscd. For example, a different
power amplifier may be coupled to the 'PRE OUT'
jacks.
Separating the preamplifier and power amplifier
sections makes it possible to upgrade YOUT stereo
system further by adopting the 'electronic crossover
system: among other things.
Note:
1. Be sure to le""e the P1-.1 connectors firmly plug-
ged in unless YOll want to separate the preamplifier
and power amplifier sections for some purpose.
2. Turn off the Power Switch without failure
he fore you plug in or Ollt the connectors.
ELECTRONIC
CROSSOVER
DIVIDER
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SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS / ACCESSORIES
Quick-Acting Fuses
Thc SEVEN's power transistors are protected by
four quick-acting fuses. They are located on the
rear panel of the rerch·cr. concealed inside a plastics
cover.
\ ¥hen a function Indicator is glowi ng, if no or dis-
tortcd sound comes out of onc or both of the speak-
er systems, examine their connections and your
operating procedure once. If nothing is wrong with
thel11 , it is possible that one or more of the quick-
acting fuses ha"e hlown. Should this happen, dis-
conncct the power cord from thc wall AC outlet im-
mediately, then remo\"c the metal co\'er by loosen-
ing the two screws securing it to the rear panel, and
chcck the four quick-acting fuses. If you find any
of them blown. disco\'cr and eliminate the cause of
the blowout, and replace it with a new 4-ampcrc
quick-acting fuse supplicd. Probablc causes of the
blowout include excessively large input signals and
a short-circui t at the speaker terminals.
Should the Power Fuse Blow
If no Function Indicator should glow and thc rccei"cr
simply remains dcad C\'cn after you have turned on
its Power Switch, it is possible that its power fuse
has blown. If thi s happens, disconnect the power
cord from the wall AC outlet at once and examine
the power fusc on the receiver's rear pancl. If you
find it blown, replacc it with a new glass-tubed fuse
of the rated capacity (5-ampere for 100 to 127 volts,
:J-ampere for 220 to 250 ,·ol ts). Nevcr use a fuse of
a different capacity or a piece of wirc, even as a
stop-gap measure, or serious dangcr could result.
Rear-Panel AC Outlets
Of the two AC outlets provided on thc rcar-panel,
the one marked 'SWITCHED' is controlled by the
front -panel Power Switch. The othcr, markcd' N-
SWITCHED: is always 'live' and indcpendent of
the Power Switch. Thc voltage dcli"cred at these
outlets is the same as the power supply voltage
uscd.
Thc . ' \\-ITCHED' ' md ' NSWITCHED' outlets
h,I\'e a power capaci ty of 50 VA and 150 V A, reo
specti\·ely. Before you connect any appliance to
them, be SUfe that it is adjusted for use at the same
power supply voltagc, and that its power consump-
tion is not beyond these figures.
Grounding
Any noise I,;ckcd up by thc connccting cables can be
cffecti "ely groundcd by connccting a piece of PVC
(pol)'\"inyl chloride) or enameled wire to the 'GND'
terminal on the SEVEN' s rear panel, attaching a
small copper plate or carbon rod to the other end
and burying it dec I' underground. Thc grounding
Icads of other cquipmcnt in your stereo system may
be connected to the same terminal to ground the
entire system at once.
If you hm'e connected an external A ~ l antenna to
the recch'cr, it is advisable to ground it at the samc
l ime.
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Voltage Adjustment
In ordcr to permit the use of your SEYE:\ in any
part of the world, it is equipped with a \"oit agc
Selcctor. It is set to thc correct power supply
voltage of your area prior to shipment . so there
is no need to tOll ch it. l-IOWC\·cr. shoul d you mo\'c
after purchasi ng thc unit and fi nd thc powcr suppl y
voltage is different. si mpl y reset the selector :1S
follows:
1. Remove the two screws securing the name plate
on the unit's rear panel, then r c n'lO\'C the name
pl atc.
2. nplug the \ 'oltagc SclcelOr once, and reset it
so that the arrow mark on it faces the correct \'olt -
age indication. Change the power fuse also when-
C,'cr thc powcr suppl y "oltage has changed. For
100/ 11 7 \" olt opcration, use a 5· ampere glass· tubed
fuse. For 220/ 2,10 \" olt operation, use a :l· amperc
one.
3. Where the power supply vollage considcrably
fluctuates. the Voltage Selector may be reset to
avoid unpleasant side effects of slI ch fl uctuat ion.
Resct it to the voltage immediately higher than the
peak of the fl uctuation.
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About Servicing
If anything should ever go wrong with your
SE\' E ,or if you h3\'c any question about it.
plcase cont actthc Sansui dcaler from whom you
purchased it or your nearest Authori zed Sansui
Ser\'ice Station.
ACCESSORIES
1. FM Antenna....................... ... ........ .... .. .. 1
2. AM Antenna ......... .. .... ......... ... .. ... .. .. ... .. . 1
3. Pin Plugs ...... ......... ................ ... ..... ... ... 2
4. Butterfly Bolts ...... ..... .............. ...... ..... 2
5. Washers ...... .... ... .... .. ..... .. .... .. .... ........ . 2
6. Polishing Cloth ...... .............................. 1
7. Quick·acting Fuses (4A .. .... ... ... ... ..... ... . 2
8. Operating Instructions and Service
Manual .... ..... ............ ............ .. ..... ... ..... 1
9. Operating Inst ructions Sheet ... ...... ........ . 1
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GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
If the receiver is otherwise operating satisfactory, the
more common (causes of trouble may generally be at-
tributed to the following:
ponent, be sure to read its manufacture's instructions.
1. Incor rect connections or loose terminal Check
the speakers. turntable. tape deck. antenna and power
cord.
3 . Improper location of audio components. The proper
positioning of components, such as speakers and turntable,
is essential to maximum stereo enjoyment.
4. Defective audio components.
The following arc some other common causes of mal·
function and what to do about them. 2. Improper operati on. Before operating any audio com-
PROGRAM
AM. FM or
MPX reception.
reception .
FM reception .
SYMPTOM
A. Constant or intermit ·
le nt noise heard at
times or in certain
area.
A. Noise heard at par·
ticular time of day.
in cert ain area or
o\'cr part of dial.
B. High·frequency noise.
A. Noisy .
PROBABLE CAUSE
• Discharge or oscillation
caused bv electrical appli ·
ances, such as fluorescent
lamp. TV set. D.C. motor
rectifier or osci llator.
• Natural phenomena, such as
atomosphcric. static or thuo·
derbolts .
• Insufficient
antenna input
due to ferroconcrete wall or
long disHmce r rom stat ion.
• Peculiar to AM broadcasts.
• Adjacent ·channel int erfer-
ence or beat interference.
• TV set too close to stereo
system.
I
. Poor nose limiter err eel or
too low SN ratio due to in·
sufficient antenna input.
ote: FM reception is affected by
transmission condit ions of station. such as power
and antenna efficiency. As a result, you may
receive onc station quite well while recei \' ing
another station poorly.
B. A series of pops.
C. Tuning noise between
stations.
• Ignition noise caused by
starting of nearbv auto-
mobile engine.
.. Results from nature of FM
reception .
.. FM Muting Release switch
depressed.
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WHAT TO DO
.. Attach noise limiter to electrical ap-
pliance producing noise. or attach it
to receiver's power souce.
• Install outdoor antenna and ground
receiver to raise SN ratio.
.. Rcverse power cord plug/receptacle
connections.
.. If noi se occurs at certain frequency,
attach wave trap to input.
.. Keep receiver at proper distance from
other electrical appliances.
• Install antenna for maximum anten-
na efficiency. Sec CONNECTIONS
in operating instruct ions booklet.
.. In some cases, noi se can be elimi·
nated by grounding receiver or reo
versi ng power cord plug/receptacle
connections.
• Such noise cannot be completely
eliminated by receiver. but it is
advisable to turn Treble control
countcrclockwise, or turn on High
Filter.
.. Keep TV set at proper distance fr om
stereo system.
.. Install antenna (supplied) ror maxi ·
mum signal strength.
• If this does not prove effective. use
exclus i\'e FM outdoor antenna. If
using TV antenna for both TV and
FM with divider. make sure TV
reception is not affected.
.. Excessively long lead· in wire of an·
tenna may cause noise.
.. Install antenna and it s lead-i n wire
at proper distance rrom street or in-
crease ant enn;, input as described
before .
.. Release FM Muting Release switch.
• Ditto .
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PROGRAM

reception .
SYMPTOM
A. Noise heard during I
reception
but inaudibl e during
mono reception .
B. Channel separation
deteriorates during re-
ception .
C. Stereo indicator blinks
on and off.
Record playing A. Il um or howling.
or tape playback .
B. Surface noi se.
PROBABLE CAUSE
*' \"eaker signal because
service area of
broadcast is onl\" half that
of mono bro'adcasl.
• Excess heat.
" Interft:'rencc .
• Turntable p);'tced directly on
speaker .
• \ Virc ot her than shielded
cable used.
• Loose tcr rn imd contHCt.
• Shielded cable too close to
power cord. Huorcsccntlamp
or other appliances.
• Nearb\' amateur radio sta·
tion or TV transmission an-
tenna .
• \ Vorn or old record.
• \Vorn phono stylus.
• Phono stylus dusty.
" Imploper stylus pressure.
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WHAT TO DO
'" Oricnt antenna for maximum anten-
na input.
• Switch on Il igh Filter and or turn
Treble control counterclockwise.
• Circulation of room ai r is important
to receiver. Be sure that receiver is
will ventilat ed.
• Indicator is not fauily. adjust VR.
o
:.
• Place cushi on bctwct! n turntable and
speaker cabi net or place them away
from each other.
'" Connecti ng shielded cables should be
as short as possible.
• Turn on Low Filter or turn Bass
control count erclockwise.
• Consult nearest Radio Regulator y
Bureau.
'" Recondition playback head of tape
deck or replace turnwble stylus.
'" Turn Treble control counterclockwise
• Turn Hi gh Filter on.
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SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO SECTION
POWER OUTPUT
IHF MUSIC POWER: 160W 4n 01 I.000H.
120W an 01 I ,OOOH.
CONTINUOUS RMS POWER (each channel driven)
60/60W 4n 01 I ,OOOH.
47/ 47W an 01 I.000H.
CONTINUOUS RMS POWER (both channl s dri ven)
41 T 41W an of 1.000Hz
CONTINUOUS RMS ROWER (both channels driven,
20 t o 20,000Hz): 36+ 36W an load
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION
POWER AMPLIFIER ONLY:
less than 0.3 % at rated output
PRE-AMP ONLY (PHONO to Pre output):
less thon 0.2 % at rat ed output
PRE-AMP ONLY (AU X to Pre output):
less than 0.1 % 0 1 rat ed output
OVER-ALL (AUX to Power out put):
less thon 0 .3 % r ated out put
INTERMODULATION DISTORTION (70Hz: 7 ,000Hz=
4: 1 SMPTE METHOD)
POWER AMPLIFIER ONLY:
leu thon 0.3% or rat ed output
OVER-ALL (AUX to Power output):
less than 0.3 % at rot e d out put
POWER BANDWIDTH (IHF): 10 10 SO,OOOH. 01 an load
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 01 I wall
OVER-ALL (AUX to Power output):
15 10 40,OOOH. + IdS, - I.SdS
POWER AMPLIFIER ONLY:
15 10 40,OOOH. + I db, - 1.0dS
DEVIATION FROM RIAA: + IdS, - I dS (30 10 IS,OOOH.)
LOAD IMPEDANCE: 410 16n
DAMPING FACTOR: appro,imalely 50 01 an load
CHANNEL SEPARATION (at rated output 1,000Hz)
POWER AMPLIFIER ONLY: 60dS
OVER-ALL (from PHONO): SOdS
OVER-ALL (IHF) SOdS
HUM AND NOISE (IHF)
OVER-ALL (from PHONO): 70dS
OVER-ALL (from AUX): SOdS
POWER AMPLIFIER ONLY: 90dS
INPUT SENSITIVITY AND IMPEDANCE (at rated
output 1,000Hz)
PHONO: 2.SmV (SOk!1)
MAX. INPUT CAPACITY:
lOOmV at 0.5% di stort ion
AUX: I SOmV (SOk!1)
TAPE MONITOR: I SOmV (SOk!1)
N.R. ADAPTOR: ISOmV (SOkn )
4·CH ADAPTOR: ISOmV (SOk!1)
POWER AMPLIFIER INPUT: SOOmV (SOk!1)
OUTPUT LEVEL:
TEPE MONITOR (DIN): 30mV
PHONE TYPE, PIN: I SOmV
PREAMPLIFIER: SOOmV
MAX: 4.000mV ( 01 0.5%
TONE CONTROLS
BASS:
MIDANGE:
TREBLE:
FILTERS
LOW:
HIGH:
LOUDNESS:
TUNER SECTION
FM:
dist or t ion)
+ ISdS, - ISdS 01 20H. (3dS Slep)
+ SdS , - SdS 01 IS,OOH. (IdS Sl ep)
+ ISdS, - ISdS 01 20,OOOH. (3dS Slep)
- IOdS 01 SOH. (12dS/ ocl.)
- I OdS 01 10,OOOH. (12dS/oCl .)
T IOdS at 50Hz. + adB at
10,OOOH.
TUNING RANGE: SS 10 10aMH.
SENSITIVITY (IHF): I.SI' V
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: bell er Ihan 63dS
IMAGE FREQUENCY REJECTION:
be rter thon SOdS at 98MHz
SPURIOUS RESPONSE REJECTION:
be ne r than lOOdS
SELECTIVIT'I' : better thon 60dB
IF REJECTION: beller Ihan IOOdS
CAPTURE RATIO: bell er Ihan I.5dS
SPURIOUS RADIATION: less Ihan 34dS
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION
MONO: less than 0.3 %
STEREO: less Ihan 0.5 %
STEREO SEPARATION: beller Ihan 40dS 01 400H.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 30 10 12,OOOH. + IdS, - 2dS
ANTENNA INPUT IMPEDANCE:
300n balanced. 75n unbalanced
AM:
TUNING RANGE: 535 10 1,60SkH.
SENSITIVITY (Bar Antenna): 46dS/m
SELECTIVITY (± 10kHz): beller Ihan 30dS
IMAGE FREQUENCY REJECTION:
IF REJECTION:
SEMICONDUCTORS:
betl er than 100dB/ m at l , OOOk Hz
be tt er than l 00dSjm at l , OOOkHz
74 Transistors, 42 Diodes, .4 Zener Diodes. 1 Ie
POWER REQUIREMENTS
POWER VOLTAGE: I CO, 11 7, 220, 240V SO/60H.
POWER CONSUMPTION: Ma,. JIOVA 2S0W
DIMENSIONS:
WEIGHT:
Raled I JOV A 102W
440mm, 17·J/S' W.
140mm,S.9/ 16' H.
J2Smm, 13' 0.
14.3kg (JI.S lb •. )
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DIASSEMBL Y PROCEDURE
REMOVING FRONT PANEL, WOOD BONNET AND BOTTOM BOARD
,.wooo IOfaT
...
10"011 !'\All
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TEST POINTS
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L1 0' ----1-1--:
T P , 0 ' - - - ! - l ~ . J J ' .
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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF AMPLIFIER SECTION _______________ _
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ALIGNMENT
OUTPUT BALANCE ALIGNMENT
OF POWER AMPLIFIER
STEP I CONNECT/ ADJUST REMARKS
1. Conncc. 8·ohm (or 16·ohm)
resistor (minimum rating of
50 walls) .o SYSTEM·A leh·
channel speaker terminal.
2. Connect \'oltmeter to s"lmc Use voltmeter
speaker terminal. with 0. 1· 1 V
3. Sc. Speaker Scle.or '0 SYS·
TEM·A posi.ion.
4.
5.
Adjus. VR . .. (I. h channel) so
that voltage will be kept
withi n O±5OmV.
For right c h ~ l n n c l . repeat
above procedure. but adjust
VR
MI ,
(right channel) in
st ep 4.
range.
CURRENT ALIGNMENT OF
POWER AMPLIFIER
STEP I CONNECT/ ADJUST REMARKS
1. Remove F .. , and F .. , . Refer.o " Abou.
.hcQuick·Acting
Fuses" (p"ge I3).
2. Turn VR,., (l ch and right
channds) full y count erclock-
wise.
3. Tun on recei\'er.
4.
5.
Connect ammeter (tester)
where F bOl was (refer to il-
lustration below) ,
Turn VR... (Ief. channel)
slowl y clockwise until
ammeter shows 15±3mA .
6 . Turn orf power. then replace
Fso, .·
7. Turn on power again.
8. Now, connect ammeter where
FlO: was (re rer to illustra-
tion below) .
9. Turn VR,.. (right channel)
slowl y clockwise unt il mume·
ter shows 15 ± 3mA.
10. Turn off power .• hen replace
F80! .
Be sure power is
turned on before
connecti ng am-
meter . Set am-
meter to its 30 ......
IOOmA range.
AMMETER
TO AMMETER (30- 100mA
Fe02 eOI
( RIGHT) ( LEFT)
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ALIGNMENT
FM ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE
NOTE: Set Fr..·1 signal generator Ic\'c1 to minimum fi rst
Equipment required: 1. Sweep Generator 2. Oscilloscope 3. FM Signal Generator Ii . Multiplex Stereo Gcncrotor 5. AC V .T . V
STEP
I
ALIGN
I
GENERATOR
I
FEED
I
OUTPUT
I
DIAL TO
I
ADJUST I
ADJUST
SIGNAL INDICATOR SET FOR
1
I
Di scr imi · Sweep To TP
,O'
via Oscilloscope FM S curve.
nalor . generator lOpF ceramic connected to Discriminator
1O.7MHz capacit or. 2F. transformer
±200kH?. T primar y
and secondary.
2. O.S.C. FM signa l generator To antenna Oscilloscope 88MH?. O.S.C. coil Maximum.
88MHz 400Hz 100% termi nals . and V.T .V.M.
L,ot ·
modulation. at output load.
3. O.S.C. FM s ignal generator Same as above. Same as above. I08MII?. D.S.C. t rimmer Maximum.
I
I08MHz 400Hz 100% Te
lo
, .
modulation.
4 Repeat 2
and3.
5 RF Amp. FM si gnal generator Same as above. Same as above. 9OMHz. Antenna coi l Maximum.
Circuit. 9OMH? 400Hz 100%
Llo" Llo! and
modulation.
Lloa ·
6. RF Amp. FM signal generator Same as above. Same as above. 106MII?. Trimmer TC
IOI
, Maximum.
Circuit . 106MHz 400Hz 100% Te
lo
: and TC
lo
,.
modulation.
7
I
Repeat 5
I I
and 6.
FM MULTIPLEX ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE
00 not attemt to a lign Multil>lex Circuit unless followi ng equipment is II vni lable:
I. r..<lulti plex Stereo Generator 2. 3. AC V.T . V. M. 4. Low Frequency Oscillator 5. FM Signnl Generator
STEP I
ALIGN
I
GENERATOR
I
FEED
I
OUTPUT INDICATOR I ADJUST I ADJUST FOR
SIGNAL
1. f Separation VR.
VR,o"
Fully
counter·
clockwise.
2. 67kllz Coil. Low frequency 4A. V.T .V.M. and L,o, · Minimum.
oscillator 67kHz. Oscilloscope at TP,ol'
3. St ereo FM signal generator Antenna V.T.V.M. and
L,a.'
Channel· R
separati on 98MH? 100% modulation terminals osci lloscope at ri ght minimum.
19kHz Coi l. Stereo signal generator Tune to signal. channel out put load.
- composite with
pilot signal. Ie t channel,
40% modulation.
4. Stereo Same as above.
I Same as above.
Same as above.
VR,ol'
Same as
separation YR. above .
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AM ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE
NOTE: To al ign. set AM signal generator level to minimum.
STEP ALIGN GENERATOR
FEED OUTPUT DIAL
ADJUST ADJUST FOR
SIGNAL INDICATOR SEnlNG
1. IF 455kHz ±3OkHz TP .. , . Oscilloscope I.F.T . T .... Tao. Best IF
Transfor- Sweep-generator . , and V.T .V.M. and T MS. wave form.
mer . at3G.
2. O.S.C. AM· generator
Antenna I Oscilloscope
535kH1. . O.S.C. coil Too •. Maximum.
535kHz 400Hz 30% terminals . and V.T .V.M.
Modulation. at output load.
3. O.S.C. AM·generator Same as Samt as above. 1600kHz . O.S.C. trimmer Maximum.
1600kHz 400Hz 30%
Modulation.
above. cap. TC,,,.
4. Repeat
2 and 3.
I
5. RF amp. AM-generator Same as Same as above. 6OOkllz. RF transformer Maximum.
600kHz 400Hz 30% above.
T,ol'
Modulation.
6 . Antenna Same as abo\'e. Same- as Same as above. 600kHz. Ferrite bar Maximum.
circuit .
I above. I antenna coil
L
oo
, .
7. RF amp. AM· generator Same as Same as above. 1·IOOkHz. RF trimmer Maximum.
1400kHz '100Hz 30% above.
t TC .. , .
Modulation.
S. Antenna Same as above. Same as Same as above . 1·IOOkHz. Antenna
circuit. above. circuit
trimmer TCao, .
9.
,
Repeat
5,6,7,8.
FM DISCRIMINATOR WAVE FORM AM IF WAVE FORM
(
\
)
IOK"' 1 ... IOKHI
KH.
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Purts Nnme Y: Stock No Z: Position of Parts
FM IF BLOCK ( F-1450A)
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R20'
R202
R""
R,..
R,.,
R206
R20'
R,..
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
RZ18
R2. 9
R120
Rn,
Rm
R223
Rn .
Rn,
Rn,
R2V
R' 30
R232
R,)J
R,,.
Rm
R",
R' 31
R,,,
R2J9
R240
R:Z41
R. 2"2
R243
R244
R245
R, ..
R24]
R2.a
R2.9
R,,.
R251
R252
VR. 201
VRm
non
IS'!l
3.9,n
' 70n
390n
Ion
680n
3.3'n
1.5l n
220n
lkn
390n
nn
680n
3.3' n
1.5ln
220n
lkn
390n
680n
330n
S6n
22n
x
nn ± IO% J{w c • .
S.6l 0
lkn
lk n
loon
10ln
680n
10ln
1.5, n
loon
1.5ln
330n
22lil
100l n
680n
15l fi
4.no
'son
820n
n n
loon
ISln
1.8kH
270n
220n
2. 2<n
l nl!l (8)
f M Tuning MOlor
Adl·
FM Signal Moler
Adl·
St ock No. 7520540
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0100221 2C
0100153 2C
0100392 2C
0100471 2C
010139 1 2C
0100100 Ie
0101681 2C
0101332 2C
0100152 2C
0100221 2C
0100102 2C
0101391 2C
0101220 Ie
0101681 28
0101332 28
0100152 28
0101221 28
0100102 28
0101391 28
0101681 28
0101331 28
0100560 28
0101220 28
0100220 2 A
0100562 2A
0100102 IA
0100102 1 A
0101 101 2A
01 0 1103 2A
0 101681 1, 2 C
01011 03 I e
010 11 52 1 C
0101101 Ie
0101 152 Ie
0100331 IC
0100223 I C
0 101104 I C
0101681 1. 2 B
0100153 I B
0100472 I B
0100151 I B
0100B2 1 I B
0 101220 I B
0101101 1. 2 B
0100153 I B
0100182 18
0100271 18
0 10022 1 18
01 00222 I A
1035150 I A
1035150 1. 2A
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Cm
C203
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e 20'
C,..
Cm
C210
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C213
C21.
C21.5
e 216
e 217
e 21!
C 219
Cm
Cn ,
Cm
Cn,
en.
en,
Cn,
Cm
Cn .
Cm
C'lO
C:lli
Cm
TR201
TRm
TR203
TR,..
TR?OS
TR206
020,
D=
0203
0...
D20s
0""
IC201
CF201
CFm
eF203
CF,..
CF20.5
CF""
T,.,
Tm
T20'
T,..
L20'
0.022/1f
0.022pF
0.022p F
0.022pF
0.022pF
0.022/JF
0.047pF
0.022JIF
0.022pF
0.04711F
220PF)
220pF
10p F
220pF
0.022pF
22pf
0.022PF)
0.022pF
47pF
0.022Pf)
0.022p F
22pf
0.022p f
0.022/l f
0.022pF
0.022/IF
0.022pF
0.022p F
O.022/IF
0.022/JF
0.022/1f
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} IN60
15953
05·430
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x
::g% 50 v CC.
± IO% 50 V ce.
16 v ec.
±IO% 50 v CC.
: ~ % 50 v CC.
± IO% 50 v CC.
: ~ % 50 v CC.
± 10'6 50 v CC.
::" 50 v CC.
±I O% 50 v CC.
) .. , " , ~
} FM 1FT
3.5p H Choko Coil
f · 1450 Pri nt ed CIrcui t Boord
y z
0657223 1, 2 C
0657223 2 C
0657223 1 C
0657223 2C
0657223 2 B, C
0657223 2 B
0657473 1. 2B
0657223 2 B
0657223 1 A. B
0657473 2 A
0660221 1 A
0660221 I A
0512100 1 A
066022 1 2 A
0657223 1 A
0660220 2C
0657223 1 C
0657223 1 C
06604 70 1 C
0657223 1 C
0657223 1 B
0660220 1 B
0657223 1 B
0657223 1 B
0657223 1 B
0657223 I B
0657223 I A. B
0657223 I A
0657223 I A
0657223 I A
0657223 2 B
0305791
2C
2C
2 8
IC
, 8
I B
0311 060 2 A
0311060 2 A
0310331 1 C
0310331 1 C
0311050 IA
0340090 I A
0360060 2 B
0910 100 2C
0910100 2C
0910 100 2C
0910100 2 B
0910100 2 B
09 101 00 2 B
4235750 2A
4235760 2A
4235770 I B
4235780 I A
42900 1 I I B
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...
--Abbreviations
CR Carbon Resistor
CaR Cement Resistor
MFR : Metal Oxide Film Resistor
(")
AEC : Aluminum Solid Electrolytic Capacitor
CC Ceramic Capacitor
ePEC: Bi ·Polar Electrolytic Capacitor
EC El ect rolytic Capacitor
MC : Mylar Capaci tor
MPC : Metallized Polyester Capacitor
SC Styrol Capacitor
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Not For Sale
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Part s No. X: Parts Y: Stock Z: Position of Parts
FM MPX BLOCK <F-1387B)
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Stock No. 7540670
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0100104 Ie
0100472 Ie
0100223 Ie
0100682 Ie
0100104 18. C
0100472 1 a
0100821 28
0100222 2B , C
0100473 18
0100182 1 B
0100223 28.C
0100 104 2 B
01002241A. 8
0100224 I A. 8
0100224 I A. B
0100224 I 8
0100103 I A
0100103 I A
0100103 1 A
0100103 1 A
0100563 1 A
0100563 1 A
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0100332 2 B, C
0100820 2C
0100473 2C
0100822 2C
0100.473 2C
0100470 2C
0100223 2C
0100223 2C
0100102 2C
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0100121 28
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220kfl (8) 5'.' .0 ' ..dlcolo. Ail,
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2200pF
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100PF}
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680pF
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10p F 25 V EC.
O. II'F 25 V I<.Ee.
0.0 .. 7 p F ::% 50 v CC.
47pF 25 V EC.
0.022p F 50 v CC.
220p F 25 V EC.
0.0.c 7 I' F 50 v CC.
2SC871 (F)
25A.78 (6)
) 2SC871 (F)
) 2SC'3'A (6)
25011 (F)
2SC7l1 (E. F)
25C63' A(6)
25C7 11 (F)
2SC7l 1 (E. F)
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0101.472 2A
0100 .. 70 28
0100.473 28
0100473 2C
0100473 2C
0100393 I C
01071 04 2 C
1035130 1 A
1035210 2C
1035210 28. C
0660680 1C
0515339 lC
0629001 I C
0620222 28
0513100 18
0515109 28
0620561 1 I<.
0620561 1I<.
0601108 IA
0601108 1A
0620162 1I<.
0620162 1A
0515109 1.28
0601226 2A
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0563478 1. 2 A
0620122 2 A
0620122 2 I<.
0601106 2A. B
0601106 21<.
0620101 I C
0620472 2C
0620681 2C
0515109 2C
0513100 28
0563108 28
0657473 28
051 3470 1. 2e
0657223
051 3221
065H73 2e
0305472 I C
0300291 1. 2 8
0305472 1I<.
0305472 I A
0305891 2A
0305891 2 I<.
0305732 2C
0305731.2 2C
0305731.2 2C
0305731 . 2 2C
0305731. 2 2 8
0305891 28
0305732 28
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2.2mH Mic ro Inductor
MPX Coil
I ml<. Micro Induclor
l MPX Con
F-13B7· 2 PrinTed Circuit Board
y z
0300291 28
030S731. 2 2 C
0311050 I C
0311 050 IC
0311060 1 8
0311 060 18
0311060 18
031 1060 18
031 0.c00 2C
.c2.c0660 1 B. C
4900090 1C
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.c2.c0640 1 C
42.cOS70 2 A
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2540260
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Not For Sale
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Parts Name Y: Stock :"0. Z: Position of Pans
AM IF BLOCK ( F·1417C)
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RJOI
R""
RJOJ
R,..
RJO'
R""
RlO'
R,..
R,..
RJ10
Rl1I
RJ12
RJ1 3
RJU
R315
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RJ17
RJIB
RJ1'
R'20
RJ21
Rm
RJ21
RJ'4
RJ25
R32.
R327
R32a
Rm
Rm
Rnl
Rm
R333
R",
Rm
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R337
R".
Rn,
R140
R34'
VR301
C 301
Cm
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C305
C306
C 30'
C,..
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10,n
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3.3, n
loon
10, n
10, n
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470n
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22kn
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5.6' n
10, n
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100, n
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1.8,n
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1.8, n
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10, n
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2.2' n
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8.2n
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10kD ( 8) AM Meier Adj .
0.022pF :!::"
I pF
0.047p'}
0.047 pF +80"
0.022pF - 20
0.047 p.F
25 V CC.
50 V f C.
25 V CC.
IpF 50 Y fC.
0.04
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I' F}
0.047 pF :!::" 50 v cc.
0.047 pF
O.OlpF ± 10% 50 Y MC.
470p' ± 5% 50 v SC.
0.01 1" ± 10% 50 v MC.
Stock No. 7530230
y Z
0101103 1. 2C
0101102 t . 2e
0101332 2C
0101101 1 C
0101103 Ie
0101103 2B , C
0101220 2C
0101102 1 C
01014]1 2C
0101101 1,2C
0101410 I 8 . C
0101102 18
0101223 lB . C
OIOII02 1 'C
0101332 Ie
0101102 28
0101151 18
0101562 I B
0101103 28
0101152 28
010110" 28
0101101 28
0101.70 28
0101472 2B
0101103 28
0101182 18
0101102 2A
010110 1 lA , B
0101182lA , B
0101102 lA
0101103 IA
0101183 IA
0101103 1A
010U73 2A
0101153 1 B
0101223 1 B
0101101 1 B
0101222 I A, 8
0101102 I A
0101101 2A
0 107829 1 C
1035130 1 A
0656223 Ie
0515109 Ie
0656473 Ie
0656473 2C
0656223 2C
0656473 2C
0515109 2C
0656473 2C
0656473 2C
0656473 2C
0601107 I C
0620471 1 B
0601107 I C
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C'20
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Cm
Cm
Cm
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C".
Cn,
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TRm
TRJOJ
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TJOJ
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T306
L301
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15pF
0.047/1;) 25 Y CC.
0.047 pF
10pF 16 Y fC.
0.047
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0.047/,F
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0.047"'}
0.047 pF +80ev
0.047 p F 25 Y CC.
0.047 pF
47pF ± 10% 50 Y ee
0.047I'f) +.,
0.047 pF -20% 25 v ce.
4.7 pf 25 Y fC.
0.0047/lf 1
O.OI/1f
0.00·47 pf
O.Olpf J ± 10% 50 v MC.
O.OI/lf
0.01 pF
0.047 pf
0.047 /If 25 Y CC.
• 47/'f 16 Y f C.
0.0471" }
0.022pf HO% 25 v CC.
0.022p f -20;
0.022/ tf
100/tF 6.3 V fe.
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2SC403C (3)
)2SC403C(4)
2SC403C (3)
IN60
15 1007
IN60
AM Rf Coli
Ceramic filTer YEl· 455E2
AM OSC Coli
AM 1fT
AM 1fT
AM 1FT
3.3pH Micro InduCTor
59mH Coli
F·1 41 7 PrinTed Circuit Boord
y z
0660100 IC
0660150 I B
0656473 I C
0656473 I B
0512100 1 8
0656473 I [,
0656473 28
0515109 1 8
0656473 2 B
0656473 28
0656473 28
0656473 2A
0660470 2 A. 8
0657.473 2A
0657.473 1 A
0513479 I A
0601.76 2A
0601107 I A
0601.476 2A
0601107 1. 2A
0601107 2 A
0601107 I A
0601477 2A
0656473 1 B
0512470 I B
0656473 t 8
0656223 I 8
0656223 1 A
0656223 1 A
0515101 1 A
0305992 2C
0305992 2C
0305991 1C
0305992 1 8
0305992 28
030599 1 I 8
0310330 IC
0311 090 2A
03 10330 IA
0310330 IA
4210180 2C
0910180 28, C
.4220480 I A. 8
4230590 2 B
4230600 28
4230580 2 A
4900100 2C
4290200 2 A
4290200 2A
2530160
ACCESSORY (A) BLOCK (F·1437)
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5.
5,
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5,'
5,'
5.'
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N.R. AdopTor SwITch
Tape Mon· ' SwiTCh
Tape Mon·2 SwITch
4Ch. AdopTor SwITch
fM MUTing Off SwITch
(N.R. AdapTor SwITch)
(Tope Mon· 1 SwITch)
(Tope Mon·2 SwITch)
f · l .437 PrinTed Circuli Boord
F- 1437
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M I
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Stock No. 7591170
I y
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11 10210
11 1021 0
11 1021 0
2591170
Not For Sale
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Part s Name Y: Stock No. Z: Position or Parts
EQUALIZER BLOCK <F-1435>
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Roo,
R.o>
R60J
R.o<
R ...
R ...
R601
R ...
R ...
R610
R611
R612
R6\3
RdH
R61S
R616
R617
R6la
R619
R620
R621
Rm
R6l3
R6l"
R62s
R626
R6:!]
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. no
3.3'n
3.3' n
.no
471: 0
'71n
.n.O
680n
680n
150,n
150, n
22o,n
2201:0
22,n
22,n
'70,n
'70,n
271n
271n
3.3'n
3.3'n
180n
180n
"no
'71n
mn
x
±10% Mw CR.
1
2
Stock No. 7550410
y z
0101.73 2 8
0101473 2 A
0101332 18
0101332 1 A
0101473 18
0101473 I A
0101473 18
0101473 1 A
0101681 1, 2 B
0101681 1, 2A
0101154 2 8
0101154 2A
0101224 1 B
0101224 I A
0101223 1 B
0101223 I A
010147. 28
0101.74 2A
0101273 2 B
0101273 2A
0101332 2 B
0101332 2A
0101181 2 B
0101181 2A
0101473 28
010 \473 2A
0101103 28
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C",
C603
C ...
C ...
C ...
C .. ,
C ...
C ...
C610
C 611
C"2
C 613
C".
C615
C 616
C 617
C61a
lo,n
"n
n.n
33, n
33,n
33,n
33,n
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1.5pF
IPF}
IpF
10pf
10/IF
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33pF
47PF)
47pf
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33/I F
470PF)
470pF
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0:47 pF
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10pF
x
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25 v TC.
50 v fC.
±IO% 50 V CC.
10 V fC.
6.3 v fC.
±5% 50 V MIC.
±IO% 50 v MC.
25 v EC.
y z
0101103 2A
010 11 02 28
0101102 2A
0101333 2 B
0101333 2A
0101333 2 a
0101333 2A
0573159 1 B
0573159 1 A
05151 09 I B
0515109 I A
0515100 I B
051 5100 I A
0660330 I B
0660330 I A
0511-470 IB
051 1-470 I A
0510330 18
0510330 I A
06-40-471 28
06-40471 2A
06014/ 8 28
0601470 2A
0513100 2 B
0513100 2A
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Cm
Cn !
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C 623
( 62.
( 625
C 626
TR60!
TR",
TR..,
TR...
TR60S
TR606
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O.0022pF
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±IO% 50 v Sc.
470pF
0.0068
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0.006apF
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± 1 0 ~ , ) 50 V Cc.
22pF
} 2SA640 ( L. M)
' j2SCI222 ( E)
) 2SA6'0 (l. M)
F·1435 PrinTed Circul I Boord
y z
0601226 28
0601 226 2A
0621471 28
0621 47\ 2A
0601686 28
0601686 2A
0660220 2 B
0660220 2 A
0300301.2 18
030030 I. 2 1 A
0306012 I B
0306012 1 A
0300301. 2 2B
030030 1. 2 2 A
2550320
ACCESSORY (B) BLOCK <F-1438>
A
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Cm
Cm
C 79.
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C 796
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S.
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x
22,n) 22k!}
mn ± I 0% Yow
12k n ..
470kn
470kfl
CR.
390
P
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390pF - Mi .
0.02
P
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0.02 f-1 F
0.008pf ± 1 0% 50 v MC.
0.008p F
Mono Switch
Loudness Switch
High Filler Switch
Low filter Switch
f·1438 Printed Circuit Boord
Stock No. 7591180
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0101223
01 0 1223
01 01123
0101123
010 1474
0101474
0640391
0640391
0601207
0601207
0601806
0601806
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a
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A
A
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Not For Sale
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Ports Nome Y: Stock Z: Position of Parts
TONE CONTROL BLOCK (F·1436>
Stock No. 7560560
w x y z
RIOI 2."0 0101272 2A
R'02 2.711 0 0101272 IA
R'03 150>0 010115. 2A
R, .. 150>0 010115" IA
R'05 330>0 010133· 2A
R'06 330>0 010133. IA
R707 loo>n 010110. 2A
R,,. loo>n 01011 0" IA
R' 09 120"0 0101 12. 2A
Rl 10 120kO 010112" IA
R7I1 18>0 0101183 2A
R712 18>0 0101183 IA
Rl 13 2.1' n 0101272 2A
R'I 4 2."0 0101272 IA
R7Is 3.3>0 0101332 2A
Rll6 3.3>0 01 01332 IA
R711 .470n 0101471 2A
R71a .470n 0101471 IA
R719 3.3>0 0101 332 2A
Rno 3.3>0 0101332 28
R721 1.2 .. 0 0101122 2A
Rm 1.211;0 0101 122 28
Rn3 3.9>0 0 101 392 2A
Rn. 3.9>0 0101392 28
Rn5 1.2k 0 0101122 2A
Rn , 1.2k0 0101122 28
R121 3.3> 0 0101332 1,2 B
Rna 3.311; 0 ±IO% ){w CR. 0101332 18
R", 6800 0101681 1. 2 B
R,JO 6800 0101681 I C
R7l1 2200 0101721 28
Rll2 2200 0101221 1,2 B
R'33 5.6"0 0101562 28
R,,, 5.611; 0 0101562 1, 28
Rm 10>0 0101103 28
R,,. 1011; 0 0101103 1, 2 B
R7l1 5.6>0 0101562 28
R", 5.6>0 0101562 1, 2 B
R739 1.2kO 0101122 28
Rl'0 1.211; 0 0101122 IC
R, .. , 3.9'0 0101392 I. 2 B
R"2 3.9'0 0101392 18
R, .) 100'0 01011004 IA
R7U 100kO 01011004 1 8
R7.fo 5 100'0 01011004 18
R7.fo6 100'0 01011004 18
R7.fo 7 8.210 0101822 18
R7.foS 8.2kO 0101822 1 8
R7.fo9 04 70kn 010U704 18
R,>o 010104704 18
R751 680n 0101681 IA
R752 680n 0101681 1 8
R", 3.3'0 0101332 18
R, .. 3.3'0 0101332 18
R,,, 2.nn 0101272 2C
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R' 56
Rm
R'50
R759
R'6Q
R761
R762
R' 63
R, ..
R' 65
R' 66
R767
R' 68
R769
Rn o
Rm
R172
Rn3
R17.fo
R175
R176
R177
Rns
R119
C 701
C'02
C'03
C, ..
C 705
C'06
C 707
C,,.
C' 09
C 710
C711
C 71 2
C 71 3
C 71 ..
C 71 5
C 716
C 717
Cns
C 11 9
Cm
Cn.
Crn
Cm
Cn.fo
Cm
C 726
C'V
Cm
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C'JO
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1.5>0
1.5'0
.. n o
04nn
04 nn
04nn
" 0
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220ltn
220'0
150>fl
150>0
5.6'0 ± I 0% ){w CR.
5.6' 0
04 n o
04no
1000
1000
04.70
04.70
"70kO
470kO
loon
0.47Pf )
0 ... 7/fF
68PF)
68pf
33J1F)
33/,f
33PF)
33p F
10PFj
10pF
O.Ol pF
O.OI /IF
O.Ol p F
O.OIJlF
0.033/IF
0.03311F
0.033pF
0.033/lf
±IO% 50 V Me.
± IO% 50 v CC.
6.3 V fC.
25 V fC.
50 V EC.
±20% 50 V Me.
3.3/fF 50 V fe.
3.3
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10pF
10pf
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047pF
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33pf 6.3 V fe.
2.2
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2.2p'
50 v MC.
y z
0101272 j 1 C
01011 52 I C
0101152 Ie
010U73 2C
0101473 Ie
01010473 2C
01010473 I C
0101102 t C
0101102 Ie
01012204 1 C
01012204 1 C
0 101 1504 Ie
01011504 1 C
0101562 1 C
0101562 1 C
0101473 1 C
010U73 I C
0101101 1 B. C
0101101 1 A . B
01000i79 2C
01000479 2B
01010474 IC
010loi74 I C
0101101 1.2C
060U}8 2 A
060U78 I A
0660680 2 A
0660680 I A
0510330 2 A
0510330 I A
0510330 2 A
0510330 1 A
0515100 2A
0515100 1 A
0601107 28
0601107 28
0601l0} 28
0601101 28
060133} 28
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0515339 1.2 A
0515339 18
0515100 I B
0515100 28
06600470 1 A
06600470 1 8
051 0330 IA
0510330 I 8
05}3229 28
0513229 1 8
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TR702
TR703
TR7Q.o1
TR705
TR706
TR707
TR708
TR709
TR710
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O.03pF
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0.681'F
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0.022p'
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100/IF 35 V EC.
100/I F 50 VEe.
F·1436 Prlnled Cir(uil Boord
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0573688 1 C
0601227 2 C
0601221 1C
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0513109 I C
05Ul01 1 A
0515101 1. 2e
0300301,2 2 A
0300301.2 I A
030030 1.2 2 A
0300301.2 I A
0300301 ,2 1 A
0300301 .2 1 8
0300301. 2 1 8
0300301.2 I 8
0300301. 2 2e
0300301.2 I C
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Fuse Holder ( x 10)
f · 1205 Ptl nled Chcuh Soard
Stock No. 7590520
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0"200040
04200'0
004200040
004200040
004200040
2310050
2590520
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Part s Name Y: Stock :'\'0. Z: Posit ion of Part s
DRIVER BLOCK <F-1439)
PROTECTOR BLOCK <F-1440)
Stock No_ 7570660
Stock No. 7598110
w x y z W X Y Z
W x y z w x y Z
Roo' oi70kfi 010\ 04 74 2 A
R.., l o>n 01011 03 2A
Roo, loo>n 010 11 04 I A
Reo< 8.2>n 0101 822 IA
R .... 4711:0 010\473 I A
R,.. lo>n 0101103 IA
Roo' 6.8>n 0101 682 IA
Reoa 6.8>n
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R ... 220n 0 101 221 2A
Relo l oo>n 0101 104 2A. B
Rail 3.9>n 0101 392 2A
RaIl 8.2>n 0101822 I A
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TR... 25C1I2. ( 2. 3) 0305901 , 2 2 A Roo, 4no ±IO% Kw C•. 0100473 A
R", 220n 0101221 2 8
TR... 2$A706 Gr een (2) 0300401 28 Rm 82>n ± 5 % Kw C• . 0106823 A
R", Ion ±IO% 2W CR. 0132100 2A
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D80' 'D·9A (M) 0315220 IA R ... Ion J _ 10% Kw CR. 0100100 A
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F· 1439 Printed Circuit Boord 2570450 R910 Ion
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST
W: Parts No. X: Parts Name Y: Stock No. Z: Position of Pans
POWER SUPPLY BLOCK (F-1441)
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R ...
ROO5
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Roo,
Rooa
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ROI5
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C Oll
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390n
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47n
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2.2kfl
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I.5kn
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IODpF
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6.3 v EC.
Stock No. 7500670
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0183331 1, 28
0183391 1,2 6
0104470 2 B
0104470 2 B
0100472 1 8
0100222 I B
0100152 18
0100152 1 A
0100152 2A , 8
0100470 2B
0100470 1 A
0100101 I A
0100101 I A
0100101 2A
0513221 1 B
0513221 1 B
05131 01 18
0515221 1 A . 8
0515221 1 A. 8
0515221 18
0515221 28
0510102 1 A
0510102 1 A
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0.0"7 pF
250330 (E)
2SB5U (D. E)
F· 14A
RO·13A ( N)
RO·2<A ( M)
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0510102 1 A
0519302 1,2A
0519301 1 A
0511471 1 A
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0657473 I B
0308362 1 B
0308362 I 8
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0310940 28
03109.0 2 B
0310940 2 B
03109 .. 0 2A
03109"0 2A
03109" 0 I A
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0315"1 0 1 B
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OTHER PARTS AND THEIR LOCATION ON CHASSIS
OTHER PARTS
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ROI7
ROl e
ROl9
Rm
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R7026
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6.811'.n
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Seleclor Swilch Y-4-11 -5
Spea .... rs Switch Y-2-2-6
Bass Swilch F- 2-2-11
Midrang. Swllch F- 2- 2- 11
Trebl. Switch f - 2- 2-11
Pow.r Switch
Power Tran1former
AM Bor Anl.nne
3.5pH P.aklng Coli
FM Bolloon
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OTHER PARTS AND THEIR LOCATION ON CHASSIS
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4010090 PLOO3 7V 0. 16'" FM Indicator 0"00154
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Choke T ronsformor
4010090 PL"" 7V 0. 1&'" AM Indicator 0400155
PLoo> 7V 0. 16'" AUX Indicator 0400153
Moo. ±100pA Tuning MeIer 4300320
PLoll 7V 0.16'" POwer IndicatOr 0400 170
MOO2 200/tA Signol MeIer 430031 0
PlOl2 7V 0.3A F·Type Signal Mete, lamp 04200' 0
PlolJ 7V 0.3A F. Type Tu ning Mel.r lamp 04200-'0
Joo. DIN Socke' 2430040
PlOlt 6.3V 0.075A 0101 PolnT.r Lamp 0"00220
JOO7 Tope Rec·2 Jod. 2430060
Plols 6V 0. 1 A FM S'.reo IndlcaTol 0400161
JOO3 Tope Mon·2 Jad. 2430060
J""
Heodphone. Jock 2430010
AC Power Suppl y Cord 380002 1
PUOOI Vahog. Selector Socke' 2410080
fM franlend P",43 13U06 2510060
Voltage Selector Plu g 2"10090
fM IF Unit F·USOA 75205"0
COOOI , 002 AC Outlet (x 2) 24500"0
MPX Unit F-13878 75"0670
AM IF Unit F- U178 7530230
Foo. SA Power Fuse ( 100/ 117V) 0"31280
Equali zer Unit F-U35 7550" 10
3A Power FU1e (220/ 2"OV) 0"31260
Mu lt i-Connecto r 2"20030
Power Fuse Holder 2300020
Tone Unit F-l"36 7560560
Feol-804 "A Quick Acting Fuse ( )( ,, ) 0"33270
Accessory Uni t (A) F- l "37 7591 170
Quick Acting FU1e Holder
Accessory Unit (8) F-l"38 7591 180
Driver Unit ' · 1439 (x 2) 7570660
FOI
5A 1
0"32900
Mul ti -Connector ( x 2) 2"20040
F02 IA 0"32830
Protector Unit F- U"O 759811 0
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2 A J Wired In Fu se
0432850
Power Unh F-U"i 7500670
F06 2A 0432850
lamp Holder Unit ' · 1205 2590520
Protecto r Fuse Uni t For Powe r Transformer
PlOOl 7V 0. 16A PH()t..jO-2 Indicator 0"0015"
F·I "56 2598120
PLOO2 7V O, I6A PHONO· ) Indicator 0"001 55
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SANSUI ELECTRIC CO. , LTD.
14· 1. 2-chome. Izumi. Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168. Japan.
( 03) 323· 11 11 /TELEX, 232·2076
Stock No. 9207090 P, inled in 1000n ( 43640M5)
Not For Sale

Congrat ulations on Jommg the thousa nds of proud, satisfied owners of quality stereo components from Sansui, Japan's foremost audio only spec ialist. In man y ways, the SEVEN is a culmination of our long expe rience and ard uous resea rch in the design and manufacture of qualit y audioonly eq uipment. It s tuner section combines an FET-eq uipped super sens itive FM frontend and an IC -eq uipped FM IF amp li fi er which ensures outsta nd ing FM se lec tivit y and superb tone quality . Its am plifier sec tion is a 160-watt masterpiece des igned , tested and proven to bring out every subt le shade of the or iginal sound, regardless of the prog ram source, free from distortion. Ove r-all , the receive r is eq uipped with practicall y all the swit ches, con trols, inputs and outputs that you would ever need to enjoy today's most advanced hi-fi sound reproduction. This manual has been prepared to guide you in ope rating and caring for the rece iver correc tly , so that you will get the most out of its built-in high performance and exce ptional ve rsa tilit y. May we sug gest that you read it once carefully?

CONTENTS
SWITCHES AND CONTROLS ........... .... .... ......... .. ..... .... 3,4,5 CONN ECTIONS .... .. .. ....... .. .... ......... .. ........... .. ... ....... .. 6,7,8 OPERATIONS .. ... ...................... ........ ..... ......... .... ... .... ...... 9 4-C HANNEL STEREO SYSTEM ...... ... . __ ... ... _.. .. .. .. .... . .. ..... 10 NOISE REDUCTION SYSTEM ............... ................. _.. .. ..... 11 S IMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS ...... .. .......... ....... .. ........ . 12 SIMPLE MA INTENANCE HINTS/ ACCESSOR IES .... ..... .. . 13,14 GENERAL TROUB LESHOOTING CHART .... ... .... ....... ... 15, 16 SPECIFICATIONS ............. ............. .. ..... .. ............. ......... 17 DISASSEMBLY PROCED URE ..... ... ...... ........ ..... .... .. ....... .. 18 TEST POINTS .. ...... ... ........... ................... ... .. ...... ......... .. 19 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF AMPLIFIER SECTION . .... . 20, 21 SCHEMATIC DI AGRAM OF TUNER SECTION .... ...... .. ... 22,23 ALIGNMENT .... .. ... .. .. .. .. ....... ..... .... _.. ..... ............. 24,25,26 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST ............ 27- 39 OTHER PARTS AND THEIR LOCATION ON CHASSIS ... 40- 42

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The Operating Instructions Sheet... B ASS: Usc to strengthen or weaken the receiver's low-end response. Tllrn it clockwise tocmphasize the highs by :ldR per step. Adaptor Switch _----J If you connect a noise reduction adaptor to the SEVEN and want to record or reproducc on a tape deck \·ia such ad3ptor. is correctly tUlled in when the Signal i\lcter pointer has swung as far 10 the r ight as it will go. he s ure to )..... N. F~ 1 Function Indicators sta- LOW: Push to cut off low. Lea.·e both A and 13 pairs of speaker systems.Selector Control Depending on what you wish to hear..FM Stereo Indicator I. Balance Control 1'S(' to halalH'c thc lert and right channels.= .. B: To drive the ones connected to the SYSTE~l 13 terminals. these jack s connect a tape deck with phone plugs.connect " ·I·channel adaptor to the SE\·Ei\ 3nd Illal. Turn it clockwise to emphasize the lows hy :ldR pe r s tep.-\1\1 broadcasts. you will be able to upgradc this :'! ·('ilan1lc l s terco receive r to ·i-channel ste reo capahilities hy pus hing this switch (rerer to p. The upper jack is for recording. Tuning Control _---J Volume Control _ _ _. Loudness Switch The human car is slich that an apparent 'drop-out' of the lows and highs occurs when you're lislening at a low \'oIulllc Ic"cl. FM Muting Release Switch . PHONO.~~~ Accommodates a stereo headphone set for monitor ing and private listening. Power Switch Push once to turn on the power supply for the entire recci\·er. See p... - - 3 Not For Sale 4 . :\11 . Tape Monitor Switches . A+B: To dri. HIGH: Push to cut off high-frequency noise such as the scratch noise of a worn record.--. climinates thc interstation noise cOIll111only heard whe n tuning on the 1'\1 hand. push this switch. A: To dri\'e the speaker systems connected to the SYSTEi\[ A terminals... .. 5 - Tunc in thc dcsired st<ltioll hy turning this rontrol.oJ Tllrn it clockwise to raise the volume.I\'c tlcljus ted the recei\'cr to reproduce. AM : To hear .' The headphones used should be a dynamic type.'---.. \ Vhen listening with headphones.ights when the rccci.. PHONO.- " This switch. whcther s tereo or mono.-\:\1 station.e to stren)( then or weaken thc high-end response.. Power Indicator HeadphoneJack ---------------------------4. They are all designed and located to gi\'e you maximum control of the rccei\'er with the greatest ease. Pushing this switch compensates for this apparent loss and appropn ately accents the lows and highs.rw ise . C: To dri.SWITCHES AND CONTROLS Noise Filter Switches Explained Oil the ri ght are the functions of the \'ariolls switches and controls located on the front panel of you r SEYE:\.. 10 of ()I>crating Instructions)... if not depressed.: e other necessary conncct ions. Connecting: a tapc deck here automatically disables the pin jack terminals and DIN connector socket of tape monilor circuit :l on the receivcr's rear panel... A + C: To drive both A and C pairs of speaker systems. accompanying this booklet. for future quick references.·e the switches off at all other times.l: Selects the one connc(·ted to the PIIONO 1 in puts... turn to the appropriate position . I t s hould be pushed to release the Illuting function whe ll you arc try ing to tUlle in a weak F~I station. once marc to turn off.frequency noise such as the rumbling of the turntahle motor..·e the ones connected to the SYSTE\[ C terminals. .Mono Switch Push to hear in mono whate\'cr program source you may h. turn the Speaker Selector to' O FF.Channel Adaptor Switch If YOll..' OFF: To cut off the sound from the speaker Triple Tone Controls systems when listening with headphones. tape hiss or the whislc noise in radio broadcasts. AUX: To hear whatc\'cr progrm source IS connected to the At IX inputs. . TREBLE: 1i. 2: Selects a turntahle connected to the PI [ONO ~ inputs. ' ."cr is tuned to an tion broadcasting in stereo. FM AUTO: To hear 1' \1 hroadcasts. Tape Monitor. Speaker Selector . Read the instruc· tions oncc and you'll find C\'cry onc of them is very e<:lsy to operate.. These switches control t:1pe monitor circuits and :!... Y of Operating Instructions for detailed instructions on the ope ration of tnpc decks. carrics thc same infonl'lation in a condensed form. (hhc..R. Turn it clockwisc to emphasize the mid ranges by Id13 per step. 4. You need not pay attention to the Tuning ~lcter. in con trast. and the lower one for playback.2 Jacks 1\ part of tape monitor circuit 2. cep it orr.. MIDRANGE: l ise to strengt hen or weakcn the midrange response. Tuning and Signal Meters The desired F1\[ station is pinpointed when the Signal i\lctcr pointer has s wung as far to the righ t as possible and the Tuning ~[eter pointer is perfectly centered.

If 0" '. quality reception can he tlsually ohtained by ju!"t selling: lip the T.. Any pair may be driven independently or a combination of two pairs may be dri\'cn .w<li lable. Also.ltiomi.. 10) About the Speaker Impedance Each speaker system connected to ).M~ Connecting Antennas FM Antennas T. C OT1I1et:t SllC h antenna to the F~I 300n antenna terminals of the receiver.. set up the receiver for F~I reception. JOO n BALANC[o r[[D£R CA8LE INDOOR 'T' SHAPED FM ANTENNA CONNECT NOISE REDUCTI ON ADAPTOR HERE (SEE p .CONNECTIONS OUTDOOR FM ANTENNA SPEAKER SYSTEM·A LEFT SPEAKER RIGHT SPEAKER Connecting Speaker Systems The SEVEN connects up to three p<lirs of spe<lker systems. \Vhile many different types of antenna are commercially . men ts. try installing an outdoor F~I antenn". be ver y cCireflll not to s hort-circuit the pills nnd minus leads.. Using feeder cahle. Connect them to the recei\'er as instructed in the diagram on the left. as selected by the Speaker Selector. As an antenna is directional..- / ~.CHAN NEL ADA PTOR HERE (SEE p.~ )\' . locate and orient the antenna in the place and direction which give you the hest reception .shaped feeder cahle antcnn. taking care not to confuse the left and right channels and the plus and minus leads.El\ must possess an impcdfll1cC of . Actually listen to your favorite FM station while you make the adjust. and adjust it ~ height ami directioll ulltil the hest rece ption is ohtained.-\ + C' position)."' have an impedance of H ohms or more. Should YOLI wish to dri\'c two pairs of speaker systems simultaneously (hy turn ing: the Speaker Selector to the ·.\ -'. OIN CABLE (~._ v v TAPE DECK 1 Co ~_ ' Not For Sale .Shaped Feeder A ntenna If you li .mtenn" described "I>OI'e fail to give you a dear rec·epl ioll . each of them n".'cr. Oilsen'e the following suggestions when connecting it: 1. I Outdoor FM Antenna Should the feeder cable .\ ~ L-LL '. 11 ) CONN ECT 4. '.'e in the proximity of hroade<lst sl. 7 - TURNTABLE 1 COMPONENTS I-tt:t--~ RECORD PLAYBACK • TURNTABLE _ _= LEFT CHAN N EL .8 - v v Co FRONT PANEL TAPE DECK 2 r . Connect thc an tenna to thc recei"er's F~ I :~oon terminals.1 supplied with the recei.. it is <ldvisahle to lISC one with at least 5 or 7 clements. CONNECTI NG TO ANTENNA AND_"'-SP KI! . j J . to 16 ohms. WALL AC OUTLET ).RI GHT CHANNEL .our SE\. E F\. stretch the antenna to a full T shape.

2. No te: If you don't connect a 4-channel adaptor to the 4-CHANNEL ADAPTOR terminals on the rear panel.-er. To usc. Be sure to keep the left and right channel cables in proper order. pro· 'Aided on th e rear of the recei. however. you Illel)' connect flnother tapc deck to them_ Use the :!·CI I OUTPUT term inals as recordi ng outputs. connect the outputs of the turntable to the receiver's AUX input terminals. No te: 1. 2. Not For Sale . Try to kee p the antenna as far from streets as possible to preven t picking up the noise generated by automobiles.-cr. and INP UT te rminals as playback inputs. simply pull it out as illustrated_ O utdoor AM A ntenna Should the bar antenna fail to givc you a clear reception. Connect anot her pair of such cables bet wee n the recei"er's ' TA PE 1 (or 2) \ION' pin jack terminals and the tape deck's playback (monitor) output tenninals _ . If you wish to use a moving-coil (MC) ty pe cartridge. it is necessary to connect a ma tching transformer between the antenna and the coaxial cable to match their impedances. If U sing Pin Jacks If you are usi ng the pin jack terminals to connect you r tape deck. 8 If Using Phone Jacks Should your tape deck be equipped with cables with phone type plugs. The tape deck's recording input plug should be inserted into the upper 'TAPE REC' jack. Arrange the route of the feeder cable so as to keep it as short as possible. Connect a pair of s hielded cables bet ween the 'TAPE 1 (or 2) REG' pin jack terminals of the SEVEN and the recording input termimtls of you r tape deck. you are absolutely free to usc any lenninals which arc most convenicnt to YOll _ But if you arc connecting two tape decks. Be su re to connect the cable to the Fi\ 1 750 tennimds. plug the DI 1 connector cable extending from it into the 5· pin DIN connector socket (marked TAPE-2 RECI PLA Y) on the receiver's rear panel. howe\'er. be sure to employ either a step-up transformer or separate head amplifier between the turntable and the SEVEN. 4. If you should need long feeder cable to connect the ante nna or where the automobile traffic is hea. Connect the output cables of the turntable to the PHONO 1 or 2 input terminals. and its playback output plug into the lower 'PLAYBACK' jack. it is ad"isable to employ 750 coaxial cable. connect a picce of pye wi re supplied to the Ai'vl-A terminal on the recci. while the other has pin jack terminals.) Connecting Tape Decks The SEVEN is pro"ided with two tape monitor circuits. If U sing the DIN Socket In the rather unlikely event that you r tape deck is equipped only with a DIN connector socket. (If the antenna itself has an impedance of 750_ no matching transformer is needed. a DIN connector socket and phone type jacks. Con necting a tape deck to the phone type jacks automatically disables the pin jack terminals and DIN connector socket of the second tape monitor circuit. If you arc connecting only one tape deck. you may connect it to the phone jacks on the receiver's front panel. Connecting Turntables As the SEVEN is equipped with two phono input circu its. it is possible to employ two turntables or two tonearms with magnetic cartridges. Be Sllre no t to let the anten na tou ch electric cables and other objects. proceed as follows: 1. 3 . If you wish to use " ceramic or crystal type cartridge. One has pin jack terminals. is usually sufficicnt to obtain a quality reception of A~I stMions. be su re to connect o ne of them to the first tape monitor circuit.-y.-er's rear panel and ex tend it outside a window or on the roof. In this case. and the other to any terminals of the second tape monitor circuit. Still beller results can be obtained if you ground thc recei. AM Antenna" Ferrite Bar A ntenna The highly sensitive AM ferrite har an tenna. 2.

tart the tape deck in the playback mode. se the nlrioliS controls and switches to suit your personal preference. 3. [ NOISE R:::OUCTlON. The Tuning Meter dose not operate for A~1. sc the . 3. 2. depending on which of the two tape monitor circuits is . Tune in the desired AM station by turning the Tuning Knob until the Signal Meter pointer sw ings as far to the right as it will go nea r the frequency of that station. Push the TAPE ~ION 1 Switch.____ .-. push the TAPE MON 1 or 2 Switch. depending on which of the two tape monitor circuits is accom · modating the tape deck at the moment.'-N ? 0-1 .Iccommoda ling the tape deck at the moment. 2. ADAPTOR r . ~8~PTOR SW. 3. 3. Start the talle deck in the recoding mode. ~AJ'N~ 1 SW. 2. [E N. 3.______ _~_____ MON L TAPE. Set the Selector Control to 'PHONO·I' or 'PHONO·Z: depending on which inpu t circu it you are using. Now start the other tape deck (conneted to the first tape mon itor circuit) in the 1 )layback mode... Start the turntable and play the record. Tune in the desired FM station by turning the Tuning Control.. Use the various other controls and switches to sui t your personal preference.·er's Selector Control to the program source you want to record . __ ~---~~C--. To Reproduce a Recorded Tape 1. Recording from One Tape Deck into the Other 1.OPERATIONS FM Reception 1.J I sw . Push the TAPE MON 1 or 2 Switch. ADAPTOR I r . Use the . in the recording mode. CHANNELl 2-CH. 2.·arious other controls and switches to sui t your personal preference. sw. Set the Selector Control to the program source you want to record. 3."& 0 rm-l -@)- IINPUT . Playing Records 1. Set the Selector Control to 'FM AUTO: 2.. Note: The copying (dubbing) of a recorded tape. Signal Path Diagram of Tape Record/ Playback Circuit --------------------------------------------. as described above. 1 ThiS program shows ADAPTOR L_~'~~w'~~~~t~~~. Set the Selector Control to 'AM.J REC PLAY Not For Sale - 9 - . Note: ~Ionitoring is possible only if the tape deck is equipped with separate heads for recording and playback.4 . AM Reception l. I t is correctly pinpointed when the Signal Meter pointer has swung as far to the right as possible and the Tuning ~Il e ter pointer is accu rately centered. I 1:J ______ _____ ____ j : REC PLAY· REC MOO I BA~TAPE. Recording and Playback on Tape Decks To Record into a Tape Deck l. Recording into Two Tape Decks Simultaneously l.' 2. Start the tape deck connected to the second tape monitor circui t. Start both tape decks in the record ing mode. kAJ'N~2 @. ' .R.. 2. is only possible from a tape deck connected to the first tape monitor circui t to the one connected to the second tape monitor cir· cuit.~ -r REC -------------~~~."arious controls and switches to suit your llersonal preference. Set the recei. 2 --·-. To mon itor the sou nd being recorded.

4 · CHANNEL REAR AMP I I I I 4· CHANNEl ADAPTOR SANSUI 4 ·CHANNEL REAR AMPLIFIER QS·SOO I--------------~. ceiling and so forth . Just connect the 4·CHA NEL ADAPTOR 2·CH . Th e result is almost as if the oriJ. push the 4CII ADAPTOR Switch on the receiver·s front panel. a Ill a ll's mOllth Of what ha\'e you-and the 'indirect sounds' that ar rive at ollr cnrs only after th ey arc reflected of( Connecting a 4·Channel Adaptor Connection of such a rear amplifier or 4-channel various su rfaces.4-CHANNEL STEREO SYSTEM 4. . channel stereo sc t-up for t{rca tl y enhanced 'ambience' effects. The 'indirect sounds' with their compl icated wa\'cforms arc mainly picked up by the two rear rnicrophones and reprodu ced out of the two r ear speakers in a"".be it a rnusical instrument. a jet.!inal li\'c pedorll1 ~mcc were f e-played r ight in YOUf own rool11.IEL ADAPTOR II PUT terminals with the output terminals of such unit. and otherwise follow its manufacturer's instructions. This new approach can now be yours simply by adding certain equipment-mainly.CHANNEL STEREO The sound we daily hear is a mixture of the sounds that reach Ollf ears straight from the sound source . then connect its 4·CI-IAN· :-. = POWER AM P. such as the walls. Four·channel recordings arc m£ using two ldc adaptor is easy. a ansui-lchannel rear amplifier and a second pair of speaker syste ms-to your :!-chan ncl stereo system . ---~ ~ REAR SPU![I SISTIM I ____ • _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J J '- OUTPUT PROGRAM SOURCES 2·CH INPUT 1= SEVEN : i - 10 - Not For Sale . I:: ' ' ' . OUTPUT terminals of your SEVEN with the input terminals 01 such rear ampli· fier or 4·channel adaptor. microphones in the front of the concert hall and two in the rear (to simplify the explanation). Operation To operate the rear amplifier or ·1· channel adaptor so connected.

Output jacks of its recording circuit.lIed the Dolby system. To eliminate this noise. adaptor correctly according to the instructions supplied by its manufacturer... se\'cr· al noise reduction systems have been developed to W ith this in mind.. date. The Dolby system often more than doubles the stereo listening enjoyment.. Then it is simply a maller of operating your tapc deck COf- rectly for recording and playback and pushing the ·.. you only need couple a commercially available Dolby :\oise Reduction Adaptor to your SE\ ·E:\. it is better to connect your tape deck(s) to the SEVEN (refer to 'Connecting Tape Decks' on page 8). Note: \Yhen you are recording via a two-circu it type Dolby Noise Reduction Adaptor. as you r SEVE is equipped with provisions for connecting up to two tape decks. Adaptor OUT . . However.R. Input jacks of its recording circuit. changing its mode switch from record to playback by mistake is likely to cause a loud oscillating phenomenon. between the SEVE:\ and the n. which reduces tape hiss most effecti"e1y without affecting the tone quality of the program source sound.. make these connection.) Adaptor to the NOISE RED UCTION ADAPTOR jacks on your EVEN. and two more for connecting an amplifier (in this case the SEVEN). Adaptor Connect the Noise Reduction (N... Adaptor Operate the n. regard the NOISE REDUCTION ADAPTOR-OUT..Output jacks of its playback circuit. . Operating a N. It ilwolvcs compressing low·lc\" cl signals (where tape hiss is most annoying) during recording and then expanding them during playback in exactly the opposite manner. -REC and ·~ION jacks on you r SEVEN's rear panel as equivalent to these terminals: OUT . IN . The latest innovation in this area is ".R. MON . -IN. Be very careful to avoid such mistake. Not For Sale - 11- . Tape playback input jacks of an amplifier.NOISE REDUCTION SYSTEM About Noise Reduction Systems Tape hiss is the single greatest annoyance to tape recording: enthusiasts... Connecting a N. Tape recording output jacks of an amplifier.R. adaptor: SE \ 'EN N.R. . MON .. Playback output jacks of a tape deck. IN .R. Such adaptor usually has four pairs of jacks-two for connecting a tape deck. With you r tape deck(s) so connected. T'o take maximum ad· "anlage of it...r. ADAPTOR Switch on the SEVEN's front panel.. . Recording input jacks of a tape deck. Input jacks of its playback circuit. REC .. . R EC ...r.

check to see if all connections are COIl"!pletely made and if the connecting cables are suffi ciently thick.SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS A bout the Place of Installation The wooden cabinet of the SEVEN is designed so that any heat radiated inside will cffecti\'e!y esc. Be sure to connect the grounding lead (or terminal) of the turntable to the GND terminal of the SEVEN. PM Connectors These arc the U·shaped jumper connectors connce· ting the 'PRE T' (preamplifier output) jacks and the ':\1A IN IN' (power amplifier input) jacks on the rccci\'cr's real panel.1 connectors firmly plugged in unless YOll want to separate the preamplifier and power amplifier sections for some purpose. Should this occur. Separating the preamplifier and power amplifier sections makes it possible to upgrade YOUT stereo system further by adopting the 'electronic crossover system: among other things. refer to the illustration below. It is best to keep these components completely separate but if this is impossible. Ilummillg is a phenomenon caused by incomplete or incorrect lurntablc·recch·cr connections. Turn off the Power Switch without failure he fore you plug in or Ollt the P ~ l connectors. Abo\'e all. It may suppress the hum noise wich may otherwise occur. ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER DIVIDER - 12 - Not For Sale . To connect a turntable. H um and H owling Care must be taken nc\'cr to place a turntable on or too nCar a speaker system.ape through it. a W hen Connecting a Turntable. etc. shielded cables with minimal distrihuted capacitance and to keep them as short as possible. To solder the pin plugs supplied as accessories onto such shielded cables. tape deck and so forth.'oid placing it where it may he exposed to the direct sunlight.·er or place it inside a closed box. Proper care should therefore be taken of the dissipation of such heat if you wish to place somcthin~ on top of the recei. ". or the vibration of the speaker system is transmitted and causes howling. and can be easily pulled out. it is strongly recommended to use thick. No te : 1. the preamplifier and power amplifier sections arc separated and may be independently uscd. For example. With these connectors unplugged. 2. Be sure to le""e the P1-. place a thick clishion between them . a different power amplifier may be coupled to the 'PRE OUT' jacks. etc.

The othcr. reo specti\·ely. Thc grounding Icads of other cquipmcnt in your stereo system may be connected to the same terminal to ground the e ntire system at once. replacc it with a new glass-tubed fuse of the rated capacity (5-ampere for 100 to 127 volts. and chcck the four quick-acting fuses.. Should the Power Fuse Blow If no Function Indicator should glow and thc rccei"cr simply remains dcad C\'cn after you have turned on its Power Switch. has blown./ .. They are located on the rear panel of the rerch·cr. it is possible that its power fu se Grounding Any noise I. Before you connect any appliance to them. //'/'/ "////////1/ / 1///////////./ "/.·ol ts). \ ¥hen a function Indicator is glowi ng. tortcd sou nd comes out of onc or both of the speaker systems. examine their connections and your operating procedure once.SIMPLE MAINTENANCE HINTS / ACCESSORIES Quick-Acting Fuses Thc SEVEN's power transistors are protected by four quick-acting fu ses. concealed inside a plastics cover.I\'e a power capaci ty of 50 VA and 150 VA. ' \\-ITCHED' ' md ' NSW IT CHED' outlets h. or serious dangcr could result. / . THEN BURY DEEP UNDERGROUND 13 - Not For Sale . If you find it blown. even as a stop-gap measure. If you hm'e connected an ex ternal A~l antenna to the recch'c r. If you find any of them blown. the one marked 'SWITCHED' is con trolled by the front -panel Power Switch. it is advisable to grou nd it at the samc lime. markcd' NSWITCHED: is always 'live' and indcpendent of the Power Switch. Nevcr use a fuse of a different capacity or a piece of wirc. If this happens. Thc voltage dcli"cred at these outlets is the same as the power supply voltage uscd . ATI ACH COPPER PLATE OR CARBON ROD.)/. disconncct the power cord from thc wall AC outlet immediately. Should this happen. Thc . it is possible that one or more of the quickacting fuses ha"e hlown. If nothing is wrong with th el11 .ckcd up by thc connccting cables can be cffecti"ely groundcd by connccting a piece of PVC (pol)'\"inyl chloride) or enameled wire to the 'GND' terminal on the SEVEN's rear panel. attaching a small copper plate or carbon rod to the other end and burying it dec I' underground . and that its power consumption is not beyond these figu res. disco\'cr and eliminate the cause of the blowout. disconnect the power cord from the wall AC outlet at once and examine the power fusc on the receiver's rear pancl./ '//). Probablc causes of the blowout include excessively large input signals and a short-circui t at the speaker terminals.. if no or dis- Rear-Panel AC Outlets Of the two AC outlets provided on thc rcar-panel. :J-ampere for 220 to 250 . be SUfe that it is adjusted for use at the same power supply voltagc. then remo\"c the metal co\'er by loosening the two screws securing it to the rear panel. and replace it with a new 4-ampcrc quick-acting fuse supplicd.

.... . ... use a :l· am perc on e.. . Butterfly Bolts . Washe rs . ...._ About Servicing 22OV... . . 2..... .. nplug the \ 'oltagc SclcelOr once.. then r c n'lO\'C the name platc...........Voltage Adjustment In ordcr to perm it the use of your SEYE:\ in any part of th e world..... . 3... so there is no need to tOll ch it.... should you mo\'c afte r purchasi ng thc unit and fi nd thc powcr supply voltage is differe nt... it is equipped with a \"oit agc Selcctor... 4. .. .' t 111V _ '-. ...... 1. ........ 5.. . ..... For 220/ 2......... 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 - 14 - Not For Sale . ... Resct it to the voltage immediately higher than the peak of the fl uctuation. For 100/ 11 7 \"olt opcration.......... .. l-IOWC\·c r. ..... . AM Antenna ..... .. C hange the power fu se also w hen- C... Pin Plugs .... ...... 24ntl_ ...... simpl y reset the selector :1S follows: 1.......'cr thc powcr suppl y "oltage has changed. .... .. . the Voltage Selector may be reset to avoid unpleasant side effects of slIch fl uctuat ion ...... Polishing Cloth ................ .. ... ACCESSORIES FM Antenna .. plcase contactthc Sansui dcaler from whom you purchased it or your nearest Authori zed Sansui Ser \'ice Station....... ........... .. Operating Instructions and Service Manual .. use a 5·am pere g lass·tu bed fuse .10 \"olt operation.. ......... ... .... ..... ...... ~ If anyth ing should ever go wrong with your SE\' E ....... . ......... Operating Instructions Sh ee t .. .......... It is set to thc correct power supply voltage of your area prior to shipment . ... Remove th e two screws securing th e name plate on the unit's rear panel. . 2..... 3........... ... ..... . .... ... . .... .. Where the power su pply vollage considcra bly flu ctuates..lUUV i... ...... 8... Quick·acting Fuses (4A . . 7.... . .. ... ...... 9... and rese t it so that the arrow mark on it faces the correct \'olt age indication........or if you h3\'c any question about it. .. ... ... .. 6... ...

Improper location of audio components.. Keep receiver at proper distance from other electrical appliances. motor rectifier or oscillator. . A . Not For Sale . If noi se occurs at certain frequency. use exclus i\'e FM outdoor antenna . Noisy . Before operating any audio component.. • TV set too close to stereo system . B. In some cases. B... make sure TV reception is not affected.. antenna and power cord. D. in cert ain area or o\'cr part of dial. Check the speakers. ote: FM reception is affected con ~i derably by transmission condit ions of station. As a result. Noise heard at par· ticular time of day. Sec CONNECTIONS in operating instructions booklet. 2. or attach it to receiver's power souce. 4. A .. static or thuo · derbolts . . . • Install antenna for maximum antenna efficiency. . such as atomosphcric. • If this does not prove effective. reception . . . noi se can be elimi· nated by grounding receiver or reo versi ng power cord plug/receptacle conn ec tions .. Install antenna (supplied ) ror maxi· mum signal strength . The following arc some other common causes of mal· function and what to do about th em . FM reception .C . • Ignition noise caused by starting of nearbv auto mobile engine. . • Install outdoor antenna and ground receiver to raise SN ratio. • Peculiar to AM broadcasts.GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING CHART If the receiver is otherwise operating satisfactory. but it is advisable to turn Treble control countcrclockwise. . TV set. FM or MPX reception. Results from nature of FM reception . Attach noise limiter to elec trical appliance producing noise. A~\'I . too low SN limiterdue eel in· Poor nose err or ratio to sufficient antenna input. such as speakers and turntable. . or turn on High Filter. Constant or intermit· le nt noise heard at times or in certain area.. High·frequ ency noise. Improper operati on . Tuning noise between stations. If using TV antenna for both TV and FM with divider. I .. tape deck. Keep TV set at proper distance from stereo system . Rcverse power cord plug/receptacle connections. PROGRAM SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO AM.. FM Muting Release switch depressed . be sure to read its manufacture's instructions. The proper positioning of compon ents. A series of pops. Install antenna and its lead-i n wire at proper distance rrom street or in crease ant enn. . -115- C. • Natural phenomena. 3 . such as fluorescent lamp. you may receive onc s tation quite we ll while recei \'ing another station poorly. • Insufficient antenna input due to ferroconcrete wall or long dis Hmce rrom stat ion . is essential to maximum stereo enjoyment. attach wave trap to input. • Such noise cannot be co mpletely e liminated by receiver. Defective audio components. A . • Adjacent·channe l interference or beat interference. . • Discharge or oscillation caused bv e lec trical appli· ances... input as described before . Release FM Muting Release switch.. such as power and antenna efficiency . Incor rec t conn ections or loose terminal cont~tc l s . the more common (causes of trouble ma y generally be a ttributed to the following: 1. turntable. • Ditto . Excessive ly long lead· in wire of an· tenna ma y cause noise.

separation deteriorates during reC. " In terft:'rencc . • Loose tcr rn imd contHCt. • Circulation of room ai r is importa nt to receiver. o:. Noise reception . '" Conn ecti ng shielded cables should be as short as possible. • Consult nearest Radio Regu lator y Bureau. • Excess heat. • \Vorn or old record . • Phono stylus dusty. • Indica tor is not fauily. Not For Sale - 16 - . Surface noise. • \ Virc ot her than shielded cable used . '" Recondition playback head of tape deck or replace turnwble stylus. or B. • Place cushi on bctwct! n turntable and spea ker cabi net or place them away from each other. • \Vorn phono stylus. adjust VR. Record playing A. '" Turn Treble control counterclockwise • Turn Hi gh Filter on. B. Channel ception . Il um or howling .PROGRAM F~I · MI'X SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO A. • Shielded cable too close to power cord. heard during reception but inaudibl e during F~ I mono reception .'tced directly on spea ker . Huorcsccntlamp or other appliances. • Switch on Il igh Filter and or turn Treble control cou nterclockwise. • Turntable p). Stereo indica tor blinks on and off. " Imploper stylus pressure. • Turn on Low F ilter or tu rn Bass control cou nt erclock wise. • Nearb\' amateur radio sta· tion TV transmission antenna . Be sure that receiver is will ventilated. or tape playback . '" Oricnt antenna fo r maximum anten na input. F~'I · ~IPX I *' \"eaker signal because service area of F~I · ~IPX broadcast is onl\" half that of F~I mono bro'adcasl.

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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND PARTS LIST W: Parts No.n loon 47 n 0101103 ±10% ~w 28 28 CR. X: Parts Name Y: Stock :"0.047 pF 0. n 22 n 470 n e 311 e llS e ll9 R "" R .76 0601107 0601.047 pF -20% 4.1437 MI ".F IpF 0.nn 10. e 3lS e 31' x 15pF y z IC I B IC w 5. Rm RJ21 0101. 5. 2 o o 1B R32.3 V fe . 5. n lOP') ±10% 50 v CC . 25 Y CC. C I A..4220480 4230590 4230600 4230580 4900100 4290200 4290200 2530160 1C 18 28 I 8 IC 2A IA IA 2C 28. n 0101182lA . 010110" 0101101 28 28 J ± 10% 50 v MC. ± 10 % ee v ce. 0101332 0101101 2C 1C loon 10.01 pF 0. e'12 470p' 0.00· 7 pf 4 O. 1. TR JO\ C ". RJIB RJ1' R'20 RJ21 5.R.047/1.0047 /lf O.n R32a Rm Rm Rnl loon 1.047 p'} T3Q2 TJOJ 25 V CC.8.022p f 0.047/. 7530230 ACCESSORY (A) BLOCK (F·1437) Stock No.047 pF 10pF 0. 2e w e 31. C 2C 1C 2C 1...OI/1 f 0. n loon 47n 0101103 0101103 0101220 0101102 01014]1 0101101 Ie 2B . 5.473 0513479 0601..3' n RJI' RJ17 .0 47 Jl F) 0.047 pF 0. 50 V fC.. no 15k n 22k n 0101102 0101103 0101183 10. 16 Y f C . Rn. 2C t .022/ tf 100/tF 25 v CC.' 5. R140 TR m TRJOJ TR"" TR305 TRlO6 0 301 )2SC403C(4) 2SC403C (3) )2SC403C(4) 2SC403C (3) IN60 15 1007 IN60 AM Rf Coli Ceramic filTer YEl· 455E2 AM OSC Coli AM 1fT AM 1fT AM 1FT 3.n 10. C RJU R315 3. C IB t 8 I 8 1A 1A 1A 0. 25 Y CC. n Rm R333 mn . 25 V CC. R34' VR301 C 301 OJOJ 0 "" T301 0 "" 10k D ( 8) 0. 7591170 w RJOI 10.047"'} 0. n 0101103 010U73 0101153 0101223 0101101 0101222 0101102 0101101 0 107829 R"..OI/lf 0. AdapTor SwITch) (Tope Mon· 1 SwITch) (Tope Mon·2 SwITch) f · l .01 1" e'l) ± 5 % 50 v SC.047 pF 47pF +80ev -20~ 25 Y CC.022pF . R337 lA IA IA 1A 2A 1B 1B 1B I A..437 PrinTed Circuli Boord I y R"" RJOJ R . 50 Y 25 22k n 0101223 lB . L m JOJ L 50 Y MC. n . B C'" Cn' C". Cm C32. Cm C32a Cm Cm Cm C'22 0.6' n 10.7 pf 0. R . R J10 RlO' .F 1p F :!:~ " :!:~% 25 Y CC. R327 1. 8 IA 2A 1C C ". x N. 8 2B 28 2A 2C 2A 2A loon 8.2 n ..) 0.476 0601107 0601107 0601107 0601477 0 656473 0512 470 0656473 0656223 0656223 0656223 0515101 0305992 0305992 IB 18 I [. n 150kn OIOII02 1 'C 0101332 Ie 0101102 28 0101151 0101562 18 I B 0.04 7 I'F} 0.n 0660100 0660150 0656473 0656473 0512100 0656473 0656473 0515109 0656473 0656473 0656473 0656473 0660470 0657..70 0101472 0101103 0101182 0101102 0 10110 1 28 2B 28 18 2A lA . C ".047 p.. AdopTor SwITch fM MUTing Off SwITch (N.5. 28 18 2B 28 28 2A 2 A. 8 2A 1A IA 2A IA 2A 1.047 /If • 47 /'f +. ". 50 v 0656223 0656473 2C 2C T "" T30' 0515109 0656473 0656473 0656473 0601107 0620 471 0601107 2C 2C 2C 2C IC 1B IC T306 L301 :!::" cc.047 p F 0. n 0101410 0101102 I8. loon 2. ± 10% 50 v MC. n . ClOt C 310 e ll! 0.0471" } 0. n 10. HO% -20.Olpf O..047 pF O. Rm R". Cn.8.. n AM Meier Adj . C 18 C .' C ". Z: Position of Pans AM IF BLOCK ( F·1417C) Stock No.3pH Micro InduCTor 59mH Coli F·1 41 7 PrinTed Circuit Boord 2C 2C 030599 1 0305992 0305992 030599 1 0310330 0 311 090 03 10330 0310330 4210180 0910180 . C ". B . 2A 2A I A 2A 1 "30610 5" 5. n 1 :!:~% 25 Y fC. RJ'4 RJ25 ".022pf 0.OlpF ± 10% 0...' 5.047 pF +80" 0. 16 Y fC .047I'f) 0.473 0657..047 pf 0..20 0.. 6. n 100.. 0101152 Cm C'" Cn. 50 V f C. n x y 0101103 0101102 Z 1.2' n R ".R. RJO' . AdopTor SwITch Tape Mon· ' SwiTCh Tape Mon ·2 SwITch 4Ch.3. - 31 - Not For Sale - 32- ..022pF I pF 1035130 0656223 0515109 0656473 0656473 1A Ie Ie Ie 2C Cm CJOJ C"" C305 C306 C 30' :!::" C.n 3. C'20 e l21 Rl1I RJ12 RJ1 3 . 50 Y fC.2C 0.' 11 102 10 11 1021 0 11 1021 0 2591170 F.

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