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Description:2 x 25 watts (4 ohms DIN)
Frequency Response 10Hz - 40kHz (20Hz - 30kHz +-1dB), PhonoRIAA +-1dB
THD 0.08%
FM Sensitivity Mono 26dB; 0.8uV - 75ohms / Stereo 0.46dB: 21uV - 75 ohms
THD 0.3% (30Hz - 15kHz)
S/N Mono 73dB, Stereo 68dB
Cap Ratio 1.5dB
Select 0.55dB(+-300kHz)
Signal Tuning LEDs
Image Rejec 60dB
Stereo Separation 40dB(1kHz)
Sub Carr Suppression 45dB
Dimensions:420 x 150 x 345mm (Width x Height x Depth)
Weight:8.5kg
Year:1980

Rating:6.50 out of 10
Votes:2
Views:11,645
Website:Aiwa
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"Pairs great with JR149's"
5 out of 5 5th July 2016
I love this amp, I have it hooked up to a pair or JR149's, the whole setup was bought new by my parents back in the late 70's. This amp sounds great with these speakers, a friend of mine has tried to make his 149's sound as good with different amps from different eras up to very expensive modern ones to no avail. I think that is a good enough advertisement!!
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"Passed down from Aunt... Great tuner"
5 out of 5 8th December 2014
Have it hooked up to a pair of Sony SS-B3000, sounds great and only need to throw it to "5" and i'm rocking, has more then enough omph to push the woofers.
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"aiwa 7300"
4 out of 5 5th February 2014
bought it used from audio gold in the late 80s, when richard was still in his first premises. it was for a daughter, then early teenage. it always had a sweet, rich tone; still does; has never faltered, despite all the moves that youth is heir to. paired it with JPW mini-monitors, justly praised on this site. in some ways preferred the sound to my quad/kef system; more accurate. finally retrieved it (and the JPWs) from her because it was "too big"; true enough, could hardly carry it upstairs.
she wanted something that looked better. a ruark MR1. doesn't sound better though, and won't, even with the addition of a REL TZero. & the aiwa will still sound good when she throws the MR1 out in 10 years time with all the other rubbish hanging around from 2014. i think i paid 20. Anyone want it? i have a quad to support.
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