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Luxman T-110 Vintage FM Tuner

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Luxman T-110 Vintage Fm Tuner

Luxman T-110 Vintage FM Tuner

SkyFi 479

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479 South Broad Street
Glen Rock NJ 07452
United States



Great looking and performing tuner from Luxman and about the nicest model we've seen from this Japanese brand.

Very good condition wood cabinet with a unique dial indicator. Good vintage looks with modern performance.

Note: Owner's and Service Manuals are both reprints of scans and are not original.

SkyFi Service Notes:
• Dial pointer lamp replaced
• Dial tracking alignment adjusted

Brand Background:

The history of the LUXMAN audio brand began in 1925, at the birth of radio broadcasting. LUXMAN has paid particular attention to the world of audio and has gained high reputation as a quality brand of high-end audio products both domestically and internationally.


Single Owner


RCA analog outputs, Coax antenna input, standard power plug for US market. 

General Sound:

Neutral and spacious FM sound with little to no coloration 

Cosmetic Condition:

Top surface of case has scratches and wear. Light blemishes between dial plastic and dial.

7 - Some Wear and Light Scratches

Working Condition:

Working perfectly and tested in our lab.


Just the unit and power cord


Will be packed using our highly developed in-house process and custom packing materials.

Original MSRP:



483 x 243 x 114mm
(19.02" x 9.57" x 4.49")


10 lbs




Link to Manual:

Click Here to View/Download

Recommended Cables:

Kimber Kable - RCA Interconnects - Good

Kimber Kable - RCA Interconnects - Better

Testing Process:

We start with a visual inspection of all internal components to make sure that there are no signs of heat stress or damage. Capacitors are checked for telltale signs of predictive failure including bulging, shrunken wrappers, or physical leakage. We also inspect the PCBs for discoloration from resistors or transistors that may have been running hot. On vintage units we often spot check select capacitors for value and ESR. Vintage analog tuners also have moving parts related to the tuning gang and dial string. These parts are inspected for smooth operation.

If the unit passes visual inspection it is bench tested for a handful of key performance parameters using a Sencore SG80 AM/FM Stereo Analyzer. The SG80 allows us to “simulate” an ideal radio station using precision test signals instead of music. This device, in conjunction with an oscilloscope allows us to properly evaluate the following parameters:

1.  AM Reception (Where Applicable)

2.  FM Mono Reception & Tuning Meter Function

3.  FM MPX Reception (Stereo)

4.  Dial Tracking - How accurately the tuner dial or display indicates the actual frequency of the broadcast being received.

5.  Stereo Separation - A properly working stereo tuner will have minimal crosstalk between the left and right channel.

6.  Sensitivity & Signal Strength Meter Function - By lowering the output of the SG80 we can simulate weak stations and determine how well the tuner will be able to pull in weak distant stations. This adjustment also helps us verify signal strength meter function.

If the tuner has acceptable performance related to the parameters above we connect the unit for listening tests with a simple dipole antenna. We listen for audio reproduction quality of local stations and evaluate how many stations the tuner can receive while we sweep through the dial. We are looking to verify that the tuner can decode stereo on strong local broadcasts and pick up a wide variety of local stations at the bottom, middle, and top of the frequency band. At this point we also test convenience features such as muting, filters, built in oscilloscope function, etc.

We finish up with an extended listening test on our long term test rig. We tune in a strong local station and monitor for drift over a 2-3 hour period.


Frequency Range:
88 - 108 MHz

IHF Usable Sensitivity:
1,6 µV (9,3 dBf)/98 MHz

50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
Mono: 2,2 µV (12 dBf)/75 µsec; 2,8 µV (14 dBf)/50 µsec
Stereo: 34 µV (35,8 dBf)/75 µsec; 36 µV (36,3 dBf)/ 50 µsec

70 dB/±400 kHz, 100 µV, mono

AM Suppression:
53 dB / 1 mV

Capture Ratio:
1,3 dB/1 mV

Image Ratio:
100 dB/ 98 MHz

IF Rejection Ratio:
100 dB/ 98 MHz

Spurious Response:
100 dB/ 98 MHz

Frequency Response:
20 Hz - 15,000 Hz =0,2 -1,5 dB /stereo, mono

Total Harmonic Distortion:
Mono: 0,08% at 1,000 Hz ; 0,1% at 20-10,000 Hz
Stereo: 0,08% at 1,000 Hz; 0,15% at 20-5,000 Hz; 0,3% at 10 kHz

Stereo Separation:
48 dB at 1 kHz; 38 dB at 20 - 10,000 Hz

Carrier leak:
74 dB

SCA Rejection:
70 dB

Stereo Threshold:
5 µV

Muting Threshold:
5 µV

Output Voltage:
1,5 V

Ultimate S/N:
Mono: 78 dB
Stereo: 72 dB

SKU: 103870