Nakamichi ST-7 Vintage FM Digital Synthesis Tuner

$599

Display is super bright and clear, stations come in clear and strong, and stereo separation is sounding great as only FM can.

Super clean with very little signs of use.

Tested and working properly on our test bench and listening area.

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More from Nakamichi:
The Nakamichi ST-7 is a digital synthesis tuner with the latest Schotz Noise Reduction technology.

This revolutionary system improves effective stereo sensitivity by about 9db and lets you enjoy clean stereo on broadcasts that previously could only be received in mono.

Other features include seek and manual tuning as well as 16 FM/AM presets that can be programmed at random, thus combining convenience with top-level capability.

The SkyFi Testing Process for Tuners:
We start with a visual inspection of all internal components to make sure there are no signs of stress or aging. Capacitors are checked for telltale sings of bulging or leaking, resistors are checked for signs of overheating or cracking, and transistors are checked for signs of stress or damage.

Then the tuner is thoroughly tested in our lab utilizing our professional Sencore SG80 FM Generator, which allows us to generate a reference FM signal of any frequency and amplitude, and then measure the resulting tuner output on our Sencore PR81 or oscilloscope.

Final testing involves pushing actual music from the tuner. We've learned over time that some issues are only noticeable to a trained ear while listening to familiar source material. Our test bench has reference vintage KEF speakers that we're very familiar with which quickly reveal any discrepancies. Some tunerss will then move into our listening room where they are tested with our in-house reference speakers of choice.

Item

Included

Original Box

Not Included

Manual

Online Only

Wired Remote

Not Included

Cables

Yes - Power Only

Physical Condition

7 / 10

Working Condition

10 / 10

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