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Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Ron.T, Sep 17, 2003.
Know anything about this receiver. It is about a 1992 vintage.
FTC/UL 100 watts per channel, front, 20-20k Hz,
Going thru the i thought to my self.........Receivers have come a long way since 1992.
Thanks Tee, I tried the link and that part worked, but I could not pull up the manual. Are you able to see the manual?
I had to trick it click on the link below then type in STRGX69ES.
Got it. Thanks a lot. Receivers have come a long way since then. I wish that I could buy a new one, but funds will just not allow it right now. I am trying to decide between the Sony GX69ES and a HK AVR25. Thanks again for the link.
The GX69ES may be old, but it is a very nice sounding receiver for plain old stereo listening. I have an old STR-GX67ES for a second system and am not the least bit interested in parting with it. The GX69 is the same unit rebadged for the following year, in fact if you look on the board inside the GX69, you will see GX67ES stamped on it. It may not compete with the latest and greatest featurewise but it is a well built unit with a nice warm sound.
Thanks Bryan, I appreciate it.