McIntosh MR7083 AM/FM Digital Tuner

Great sounding solid state tuner from McIntosh, and a perfect match if you've got other Mc gear from the 1980's or 1990's.

Super clean and working perfectly. We were able to pull far away stations from our shop with ease.

For full specifications and further details, see our last photo or the manual:
MR7083 AM/FM Digital Tuner - Owner's Manual

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The Mclntosh MR 7083 is a high quality AM/FM Tuner whose design has been governed by insistence on high performance with long life, great flexibility and sensitivity.

Mclntosh has earned world renown for its technological contributions for improved sound. When you bought Mclntosh, you bought not only high technology, you bought technological integrity proven by time. The Mclntosh MR 7083 Tuner is continuing evidence of Mclntosh technological superiority and integrity.

Your Mclntosh MR 7083, above all others, will deliver the best sound and the greatest ease of use with a high degree of flexibility.
Some of the features that set the MR 7083 apart from the ordinary are:

The advanced AM/FM tuner design of the MR 7083 displays the station frequencies digitally. Stations are selected easily in any one of these ways: A. use the manual tuning knob, B. use the SCAN up or down touchbuttons, C. use the preset station touchbuttons or, D. use the SEARCH which will preview the preset stations for 5 seconds each.

The sound enhancing SPATIAL audio processor provides an aural picture that is more "stereo like" in quality and dimension. On noisy, weak FM stations or AM stations, SPATIAL provides reduced noise and retains a broad stereo-like sound.

High quality tape recordings of FM broadcasts can be made without the interference that stereo trans- missions can cause. Carefully designed suppression circuits eliminate the potential for stereo carrier noise when making "off the air" tape recordings.

A unique Phase Locked Loop Multiplex decoder delivers STEREO FM with lower distortion, lower noise, and better separation.

The most useful and flexible AM antenna system will suit your particular installation. A low-impedance loopstick will, in most local areas, provide AM signals while rejecting noise and interference. In noisy AM locations, an external noise reducing, noise canceling, shielded loop will provide ideal input signal. In a remote location, a conventional 'long wire' antenna can be used.

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 tubes are inspected for signs of stress overheating or cracking.

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. 

This unit passed with flying colors and produced a natural and warm sounding output. 

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