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Realistic STA-2100D receiver CLASSIC MONSTER 2100

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 113721105496920840 Realistic STA 2100D receiver CLASSIC MONSTER 2100

The Realistic STA-2100D receiver was the flagship model from Realistic. Perhaps the most sought-after analog Realistic receiver due to its use of a heavy-duty power transformer. Look inside and you will understand why - the power transformer is bigger than those used in old school Sansui and Pioneer receivers, and there's a total of eight heavy duty metal output transistors! Classy sound. Simply astounding when used as a power amp only - that's stellar sonics. You will be amazed to hear it. Manufactured by Foster Electronics for Radio Shack, it produces a heat pounding 120 watts per channel @ 8 OHMS with both channels driven. Inputs for 2 phonos and 2 tape decks, Bass, Mid-Range, and Treble controls. Power meters on the front panel show output in watts. Channel strength and channel centering meters for FM. Weighted flywheel FM tuning. Solid feel of Alps stepped controls. Dolby for FM (hence the D in the name). Got Power? Turn it UP! This is a nice, one owner unit that comes with original manual, schematic and other paperwork. All lights, knobs and functions work excellently. This unit is HEAVY, so shipping will be $50. US BUYERS ONLY. Buyer pays shipping. SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR VINYL. Please contact me through EBay's message system ONLY, as access to my actual email is limited. 2100D 2100-dOn Jun-22-10 at 22:29:16 PDT, seller added the following information: Below are more pics of the front. I fired up the receiver again this evening to ensure it works properly and it sounded phenomenal. Both meters and speakers had equal power (apparently a common trouble spot on these units). The glass is also nearly flawless.