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Sony TA-E7B

Stereo Pre Amplifier (1977-81)

 

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Inputs
Phono 1 :    2,5mV (-50dB) / 50kOhm
Phono 2 :    2,5mV (-50dB) / 50kOhm or 100kOhm
Head Amp :    0,125mV (-76dB) / 25 Ohm or 100 Ohm
Aux 1 & 2 :    150mV (-15,5dB) /50kOhm
Tape 1 & 2 :    150mV (-15,5dB) /50kOhm
Tuner :    150mV (-15,5dB) /50kOhm
Max. phono input :    250mV (-10dB, 1Khz, 0,03% THD)
Max. Head amp. input :    12,5mV (-36dB, 1Khz, 0,03% THD)
S/N ratio :    105dB (line, IHF-A, 150mV input)
85dB (phono 1 & 2, IHF-A, 2,5mV input)
75dB (head amp, IHF-A, 0,125mV input)
Outputs
Rec out 1 & 2 :    150mV (-15,5dB) / 1kOhm (15V max.)
Pre out 1 & 2 :    1,5V (5,5dB) / 1,5kOhm (10V max.)
Headphones :    10mW (8 Ohm) / 3,3 Ohm
THD :    < 0,003% at 1,5V output
IMD :    < 0,003% at 1,5V output
Frequency response :    1Hz...150Khz (line level, +0 / -1dB)
RIAA curve :    ± 0,2dB
Residual noise :    < 6µV (A-network, IHF)
Tone controls
Bass :    ± 10dB at 30Hz (turnover 150Hz)
± 10dB at 60Hz (turnover 300Hz)
Treble :    ± 10dB at 20Khz (turnover 4Khz)
± 10dB at 40Hz (turnover 8Khz)
Low filter :    12dB/oct. below 30Hz
High filter :    12dB/oct. above 9Khz
Level meters
Frequency response :    20Hz...70Khz (+0 / -3dB)
Response time :    300msec. (Average mode)
1 msec (Peak mode)
Response range :    -40dB...+10dB (CAL position)
-60dB...-10dB
Indication error :    ± 0,5dB (-10dB...+10dB)
± 1,5dB (-30dB...-10dB)
General
Multivoltage :    yes (EU model)
no (US model)
PC :    22W
Dimensions :    43 x 17 x 32cm (EU & JP model)
Weight :    11,2kg (EU & JP model)
List price :    150,000¥ (1977)
 

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