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$408.05 list($699.99)
1. Technics SL-1200MK2PK Turntable
$419.95
2. TECHNICS SL-1200MK2 Turntable
$169.88 $145.95 list($169.99)
3. Technics SL-BD22 Stereo Audio
list($149.99)
4. Technics SAEX140 Audio/Video Receiver
list($399.99)
5. Technics SA-DX930 Audio/Video
$97.80
6. Tech Craft Audio Rack (WF45B)
$24.99
7. Tech Gear Notebook Computer Case,
list($129.99)
8. Technics SL-PD8 5-CD Changer
$115.54
9. TECHNICS SL-BD20D Belt Drive Turntable
list($399.99)
10. Technics SH-AC500D Compact Stereo
11. Technics Stereo Graphic Equalizer
12. Technics SA-DA10N Home Theater
list($299.95)
13. Technics SA-AX730Dolby Digital
14. TECHNICS SL-PG4 Compact Disc CD
$159.99
15. TECHNICS PRO DJ HEAD PH W/ DETACHABLE
$89.99 list($169.00)
16. Technics RP-DJ1200 Headphones
$19.00 list($99.75)
17. Panasonic 128MB Secure Digital
$49.00 list($60.48)
18. Panasoinic KX-FA150
$29.00 list($277.05)
19. Panasonic 256MB Secure Digital
list($249.99)
20. Technics SADX950DVD-Audio Ready

1. Technics SL-1200MK2PK Turntable
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00003005A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 3198
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Technics SL-1200MK2PK turntable may be a staple among DJs, but its sturdy build and handy features are bound to endear themselves to all who love good music and hanker for vinyl. Whether you can't find that same purity of tone and sense of air around the music in CDs or you just have a wealth of music you can't hear otherwise, there are plenty of good reasons to invest in a turntable in the 21st century.

In 1970, Panasonic introduced the world's first direct-drive turntable, the SL-1200, which was superseded by the now-legendary SL-1200MK2PK--the "wheel of steel" as it's affectionately called. The MK2, boasting a new look, an upgraded motor, and a separate ground wire, offers DJs the only motor capable of withstanding high-torque starts and record-gripping stops--the signature moves in any DJ's "scratch."

As it happens, these features are also ideal for making pristine minidisc or CD-R copies of your favorite LPs or vinyl singles. With this 'table you can find the start of the track, wind back to just before it begins, hit "record" on your digital recorder, and let fly with the SL-1200MK2PK's sturdy platter. You'll hear no sound of the needle meeting the record, no wasteful seconds of surface noise before the music starts--and no clipped introductions when you try to cut it close by eyeballing it.

The SL-1200MK2PK grants a 16-percent pitch-adjust range (+/- 8 percent from standard pitch), which is crucial for matching dance-music tempos and convenient for correcting the pitch on poorly mastered old records. ... Read more

Features

  • Quartz-synthesizer, direct-drive turntable (cartridge/stylus not included)
  • Totally quartz-locked, continuous-pitch adjustment up to +/-8 percent
  • Unwavering quartz direct-drive accuracy
  • High torque for quick starts
  • Highly sensitive, low-mass tone arm with gimbal suspension

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars If This Is The Standard for DJs, then...
This table will definitely make any lp collector ecstatic using it for only in-home purposes (non professional/club dj use). The other and newer version of the MK2 is the M3D (which hopefully Amazon.com will offer soon on-line). Quartz speed accuracy,wow & flutter is maintained at an even higher calibre or excellent rate.It is top notch design.The extra added feature is a re-set button for the pitch control in case you want to go back to normal speed or pitch from any point of pitch you may already be on...My point being, either the MK2 or M3D are both exceptional tables. Fitted with a good Audio Technica or Ortofon cartridge or stylus (one does not come with either turntable) the first significant characteristic is the smooth and crisp clear bass and high frequency response you get from the beginning of the record to the end; It maintains the clarity througout.I personally have switched sources of the same album title from c.d. to vinyl to make sonic comparisons and the pristine clear sound of the Technics practically rivals the digital format (until you hear ticks and pops that come with record use). It does not sound like something is being dragged across a stone slab. Amazon.com offers a reasonable price for the MK2 whereas other so-called dj specialty shops may want to gouge you for an outrageous premium price tag.Remember, the Technics MK2 is great, not gold !...

5-0 out of 5 stars Proven and worth the price.
This is a fantastic turntable.

I've used it personally both for casual listening and for beat mixing. It has excellent sound-dampening. The wow and flutter is non-existant. It should be noted that the platter itself on this table is the motor, so that and the tonearm are the only moving parts. Thus - no resonant background noise from within the turntable exists whatsoever.

You can typically get excellent sound quality from this table as long as you use an average or better quality cartridge.

Unlike other "DJ" turntables, this turntable was designed as a home turntable first. It is a DJ turntable by accident. This is why the SL 1200 is one of those few products that will give you the best of both worlds!

If you are a DJ, this is one of the only DJ tables that gives you Quartz pitch lock throughout the full +/-8% of the pitch range.

If you're serious about vinyl, pay the money and get the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars I LIKE IT!
After years of contemplation I bought 2 Technics SL-1200MK2's. What a great descision! The first thing I noticed is how much better vinyl sounds than CD's. It takes long term exposure to digital audio to realize it, but the truth is that 44.1 16-bit or MP3's are both inferior to analog sound. This is especially true with my old records that were recorded, mixed, and mastered without digital compression technology.

I now realize why the Technics SL-1200MK2 is a world famous industry standard. Sonically it delivers a pure tone and it functions like a workhorse. It is very much appreciated that this model is still manufactured with such high quality. Technics has taken a stake to the industry that seems unbreakable. This product is one of the rare exceptions to the old saying: "They dont make them like they used to." The word on the street is that newer models may have problems and that only the SL-1200MK2 will do.

5-0 out of 5 stars rolls royce of turntables
I have been a Mastermixer for a quarter of a century.To get to the bottom line this is a must item. No other turntable will do!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars 1200 mkII
The mighty 1200 will live on forever!! Yes, it does sound better than any CD player out there. ... Read more


2. TECHNICS SL-1200MK2 Turntable

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Asin: B00006I5VX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 21174
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Features

  • Quartz direct-drive
  • Sliding pitch control with strobe
  • Detachable headshell
  • Accepts standard-mount cartridges
  • Designed for professional and DJ applications

3. Technics SL-BD22 Stereo Audio Turntable
list price: $169.99
our price: $169.88
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Asin: B00006I5WC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 7067
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For those of you who still play phonograph records, the Technics SLBD22K turntable offers a wide variety of features for quality performance
  • Quiet and precise belt-drive motor system
  • Speeds -33.33 and 45 RPM
  • P-Mount cartridge connector system
  • Highly sensitive gimbal suspension tonearm

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Technics' Best Table...
Operation of this turntable is smooth with regards to accurate pitch and speed adjustment and the auto-return tone arm mechanism is flawless.

However, the downfall of this Technics turntable is an annoying audible static -like intermittent noise heard on quiet passages of music. I made absolute sure the ground wire was well secured and I even tested this 'table on another stereo system and still the annoying noise was present. Apparently, it may be something inherent in between the belt-motor and the output wiring. I tested another Technics table of the same model number and, yup, you guessed it...that same noise is there. It could have something to do with a design flaw or something that is just inherent with a non-direct drive frequency generated turntable...On a consumer electronics web-site another owner/reviewer of the SL-BD22 had the same exact problem ! So, it could be very much a problematic theme with regards to the designing of the table motor mechanism.

After this experience, I upgraded to the Technics SL-1200M3D. WOW ! A major world of difference. It didn't come cheap but the quality and durability is something to behold and so what if it's not an automatic (one less thing to break down) !

The SL-BD22 is basically a no frills 'table and will play records nicely. BUT, if yours comes with a static or humming sound no matter how much adjusting you do, it's a possibility it could be that design flaw... ... Read more


4. Technics SAEX140 Audio/Video Receiver
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005NWQE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 30474
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Features

  • 100w per channel stereo amplifier
  • AV remote control
  • 4 audio and 1 vcr input selectors
  • remote controllable rotary volume knob
  • 30 station fm/am random access presets

5. Technics SA-DX930 Audio/Video Receiver
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004TIZS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 37449
Average Customer Review: 2.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Technics SA-DX930 receiver features Dolby Digital, DTS, and DolbyPro Logic decoding. In surround mode, the receiver boasts a muscular 100 wattsfor each of its five channels. The receiver also offers a knob for input sourceselection and two knobs for surround sound format.

On the connectivity front, the receiver has three sets of audio-video jacks, acomposite monitor input, and a moving-magnet phono input. There are threedigital inputs, but no digital output, and the Technics SA-DX930 lacks S-videoconnections.

Other features include a digital AM/FM tuner with 30 presets, five sound fieldcontrols (hall, club, theater, live, simulated surround), bass/treble controls,a white fluorescent display, a front 0.25-inch headphone jack, a well-ventilatedchassis, and a small fan to keep things cool. There is also a universal remotecontrol with 10-key track selection buttons.

The receiver comes with a one-year parts and labor warranty.

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Features

  • 100 watts x 5 channels
  • Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Pro Logic decoding
  • 5 sound field controls (hall, club, live, theater, simulated surround)
  • Subwoofer output
  • Universal remote with 10-key track selection

Reviews (17)

3-0 out of 5 stars Would be outstanding minus the heat it creates
I purchased the 930 based on the recommendation from a magazine. While I agree the sound is excellent, the heat it creates is hot enough to fry an egg on. And yes, after one year of use my 930 did burn out one of the fuses. Thankfully I had purchased 3-year extended warranty on it, so I was able to get it repaired for free.
If it weren't for the heat, I would have given the 930 a five-star rating. The sound is that impressive.
My recommendation: If you purchase this receiver, make sure you get an extended warranty with it. If you don't, you will probably be disappointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Technics Can't Make A Good Surround Sound Receiver
Technics had a great reputation for producing a high quality, long lasting product in a reasonable price range. I purchased a SA-DX930 about three years ago after my first Technics surround sound receiver took a dump after about five years of use. It worked well right up until it crashed and burned. Before I had these last two Technics receivers I had a Technics non-surround stereo receiver for ten years. I sold it to a friend, it was working just fine and they kept it for several years after that. I don't think Technics can make a decent, good quality, long lasting surround sound receiver. I know one thing I've learned my lesson, Technics use to be a quality product but not any more. This time I'm going to do my research and buy the best I can in my budget but I can guarantee you this it won't be a Technics! And it's to bad because they use to be a great product for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Almost 3 years and not one problem
I purchased this receiver from my local Circuit City almost right after it came out. I have used it constantly for the past 3 years and never had one problem. I have not altered the system in any way, such as those described in earlier reviews. It has been hooked up to my big-screen TV, my playstation and playstation 2, my DVD player, tape deck, and CD player. Never once have I noticed a problem. Maybe I have just gotten lucky, but for my money I couldn't have purchased a better receiver. It has everything I could need.

4-0 out of 5 stars My Thoughts
For all the rest of the unsatisfied people writing reviews with complaints. My experience with all receivers Ive had (many) is to give them proper ventilation and dont put anything on top of them. What I mean by proper ventilation is explained in the owners manual. This receiver does not cost enough to warrant such protest like the ones Ive read. You get what you pay for. For anybody considering the Technics sa-dx930 go ahead I will back it, mainly because of the cooling fan that comes on when you turn up the volume. The sound quality is great for this price point too! My favorite and main receiver is the Sa-ax7 (Technics) with the VGCA amplifier.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's not that bad
I bought this SADX930 when Ward's closed for good. Well ya the fuse blew but I put the 1.6 fuse in and no problems since. What I did for the heat was drilled a hole (with a dremel) just above where the power thing is (by the fan) it is 12v so its kinda loud BUT the system runs cool even when left on for long periods of time. The only reason this doesn't get a 5 star is because it never has been able to play DTS, it always detects dolby digital 5.1 but not the DTS. I read somewhere that someone was having the same problem and said something about going to the repair shop and getting a new one put in (haven't tried this yet). Other then that the thing is a great intro product. While I wouldn't suggest to anyone to go out and get this, if your low on cash and don't mind moding something a little its realy not that bad. ... Read more


6. Tech Craft Audio Rack (WF45B)

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Asin: B000065BO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tech Craft
Sales Rank: 18198
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7. Tech Gear Notebook Computer Case, Nylon Polyester, 14in.H x 11in.W x 2 1/2in.D, Black

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Asin: B00006IDBW
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: TECH GEAR
Sales Rank: 5993
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8. Technics SL-PD8 5-CD Changer
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00000K12X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 29410
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The phone-style keypad on Technics' SL-PD8 5-disc CD changer makes for easy programming, and the wireless remote control allows you to access and change what you've programmed, even in random mode. It also has an edit guide function and easy-to-read disc-location display. The MASH 1-bit DAC and optical digital output promise good sound quality from this CD changer. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-CD carousel changer
  • Digital optical output
  • Phone-style 10-key pad
  • Intelligent disc scan
  • Disc-location display

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Full value for money and then a little more !!!
I have been on the lookout for a nice CD changer for the past 3 months. I looked at the Yamaha series, Sony & the Harmon Kardon. All of them were okay, but I was still not satisfied.

Then I came across the Technics PD8 (Basically a Panasonic company). I immediately read some reviews on the net and what caught my attention was that while most reviewers like it a lot, some had complained about lack of CD-R capability and the obtrusive lights.

I got the machine home on trail for a day. The first CD I played was one I had burned (For the uninitiated, a CD-R). Played flawlessly and I immediately noticed a difference in the sound as compared to my sony. I realized that the people who complain about this feature probably do not "finish" their CD-R's when they burn them. (Most players only play finished CD-R's). Then I threw scratched CD's at it and it played them very well.(The Sony would not even touch these scratched CD's). I did NOT try CD-RW's, but then I do not use them. The lights were elegant, maybe a little bright, but no way did it get in my eyes. As for the people who compain it gets in their way on seeing videos, my question is "Why on god's earth would you keep the CD changer on when watching a movie in the dark ?".

Anyways, its been great going. I really could not hear much of a difference between the Optical and Analog out, but the fact is that you have optical out in case you want to record digitally. In short, a good, clean sound that is not too bright or harsh.

And its fast when it evaluates the empty slots and looks for CD's. If you ever used a Harmon Kardon, you would know what Im talking about !

And yes, one more fact that almost nobody has mentioned. This unit is capable of playing DTS encoded disks and passing them to the receiver via the optical output. I see a few DTS enabled CD's in the market and this player might just be future proof !

3-0 out of 5 stars ok for staters
i got this cd player because it was inexpensive and i thought it would be nice to have a Technics cd player to go with my Technics reciever. Over all this was a good cd player but there a few things that bugged me about it. First, there was no repeat function for a single song so i always had to keep on hitting the back button every 4 or so min. Second, it couldn't read cd-r or cd-rw cds very well - it would skip and crakle about half-way through the cd. And last, it looked cheap with the 0-10 phone style buttons on the front cover. Over all, it was preaty good but for those reasons, i later returned it.

5-0 out of 5 stars There really isn't a problem
I have only had my changer for one day and I already love it. These are the pluses for me: ability to change four cd's while playing one, remote control, smooth motion and real easy to use. The problem with the buttons above the drawer really isn't a problem. The Only thing I can think is that those who have a problem with it are trying to use their index finger. In that case, the side of your hand does get in the way. Try it! Point your finger and see how this can be a problem. Me however, I use my thumb and the problem is no longer. Pretend you have your four fingers on top of the unit and look at your thumb. See it's not in the way of the drawer.

5-0 out of 5 stars No trouble with skip button, use remote
After reading all the above reviews I bought the SL PD-8 anyway as I've never had a problem with any Technics product I've purchased. My skip button is horizontal and I can use it with the drawer open although it isn't the easiest way, but knowing the remote had the same button and the open-close drawer also I purchased it and I just use my remote instead of the player. The only problem I had after hooking it my Sherwood receiver was that a CD with a singer wasn't right; the singer sounded like in a echo chamber, and the mucis overpowered him or her. I tried everything the technician said to do even trying it on my Technics receiver to no avail, but when plugging in the rca lines I must have tightend the one on the player as they are hard to push on tight, and my player worked perfectly. I am thoroughly enjoying the sound and the clarity is excellent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best deal at the price
After reviewing the reviews, ordering the player, then reading the instructions ( very helpful) but the unit is very forgiving. It is easy to use, has great sound quality (mine is coupled with a Technics Amp - by coincidence). Only took me a few minutes to explain to the other half and she got it the first time. Just so happens the remote is nice but since my amp is a Technics they both work. Only draw back I see is the disk skip button is awkward to reach when the platter is open and that you "must not" close the door by hand. You must use the button which is as hard to reach as the disk skip button with the door open. ... Read more


9. TECHNICS SL-BD20D Belt Drive Turntable

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Asin: B00008WIX4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 22573
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Technics' SL-BD20D belt-driven, semi-automatic turntable is a steal: reliable, convenient, and affordable. The SL-BD20D offers a DC servo motor to maintain accurate rotational speed at either 33-1/3 or 45 rpm, giving new life to 7- and 12-inch singles you may not have played for years. Semi-automatic performance means operation starts when you drop the needle in the groove, and at the end of a side the tone arm returns to its original position and the turntable stops rotating. The 'table comes with a moving-magnet cartridge that plugs directly into the tone arm, and its antiresonant base prevents excessive rumble, feedback, and skipping during loud listening sessions.

What's in the Box
Turntable, dust cover, cartridge, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Belt Drive
  • FG Servo motor for accurate platter rotation
  • Double gimbal pivot stright line tonearm
  • Anti-resonant cabinet
  • Includes P-Mount cartridge

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars But can you find a replacement belt?
I have a nearly identical turntable. Yes the sound is great, yes this is a good price on the surface, but after several years of use the belt broke that drives the platter. I can't find a replacement anywhere! So, cough up the extra dough and buy a direct drive. With fewer parts to break and more support from the DJ community the direct drive is the way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars Technics for this cheap?WOW
Technics is one of the highest quality turntable companies out there, this is a steal $70 for this. That should be illegal it's so great! ... Read more


10. Technics SH-AC500D Compact Stereo System
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004TIZP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 48872
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11. Technics Stereo Graphic Equalizer (SH-GE50)

Asin: B00005T3Y7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 62907
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12. Technics SA-DA10N Home Theater Receiver

Asin: B00005U7S8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
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13. Technics SA-AX730Dolby Digital Home Theater Receiver
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B00000K0JK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 50011
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 100 watts per channel
  • 5.1-channel analog inputs
  • Dolby Pro Logic decoding
  • Digital quartz-synthesized AM/FM tuner
  • Full-function programmable remote control

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars very powerful receiver with minimal distortion, H+ class cir
The Technics SA-AX730 is one of the most powerful and quality receivers. With its H+ class circuit amplification produce a clean, precise sound with a wide dynamic range and a minimal T.H.D (total harmonic distortion) 0.05% on rated power with all 5 channels driven (20Hz - 20Khz)and a damping factor of 30 (no need for more).With its Dolby Pro Logic processor you can enjoy a full surround music from 2 channel sources and a discrete 5.1 channel (AC-3) from a device containing Dolby Digital Decoder (its 6 channel input ready ) and most DVD players are equipped with Dolby Digital Processor. I strongly recommend this machine because of its nice design, quality of sound, and some uniqe extra features like the automatic cooling fan, the help function botton that gives a status information about the reciever and operating faults , the timer and alarm function and its capability to handle speakers from 4 Ohm to 16 ohm impedance. In addition; its "test" and "Delay" function for speaker adjustment and distance can optimize the sound for every room.
Do not forget the protection (cut off) circuit that protect the receiver from a possible damage when a shortcut or overload is happening.
The bottom line:
An amazing a/v receiver for both Music and Home theater with high end sound quality. worth every pinny!!
Enjoy the music.... ... Read more


14. TECHNICS SL-PG4 Compact Disc CD Player for Component Stereo System

Asin: B00006I5WD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 39068
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Features

  • Super one-chip LSI featuring MASH 1-bit DAC and advanced digital servo system for high quality sound
  • Optical digital output terminal
  • Center disc tray design and centrally located optical deck mechanism for balanced weight distribution
  • Peak level search for level setting convenience
  • Remote control unit with 10-key direct access

15. TECHNICS PRO DJ HEAD PH W/ DETACHABLE CORD

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Asin: B0002EXJPM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TECHNICS
Sales Rank: 16127
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16. Technics RP-DJ1200 Headphones
list price: $169.00
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Asin: B0002DNZSE
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 1004
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Product Description

Definitely the ultimate DJ headphone! Features: Free-style monitoring with Swing arm system. Reversible housing for single side monitoring. Splash proof design for live activity. Convenient foldable design with carrying pouch. Comfortable head-pads ... Read more

Features

  • Technics designed the RPDJ-1200 headphones with the working DJ in mind. These studio-quality headphones have the popular swing arm design that folds around for 1-sided monitoring.

17. Panasonic 128MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $99.75
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Asin: B00076YCMY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic/Technics
Sales Rank: 99049
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Product Description

SD Memory Cards for Digital Cameras
128MB
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Features

  • 128MB

18. Panasoinic KX-FA150
list price: $60.48
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Asin: B0008GIIY6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic/Technics
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Product Description

Fax toner cartridge for KXF1600. PCEKXFA150 PCE-KXFA150 PCEKX-FA150 PCE-KX-FA150 ... Read more


19. Panasonic 256MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $277.05
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Asin: B00070PY6S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic/Technics
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Product Description

SD Memory Cards for Digital Cameras
256MB
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Features

  • 256MB

20. Technics SADX950DVD-Audio Ready Audio/VideoReceiver
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005NWQD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Technics
Sales Rank: 20780
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • DVD-audio ready designed for high sound quality
  • Home theater mode
  • powerful stereo mode
  • built in dolby digital/DTS decoder
  • Speaker configuration setting

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Diference Between SA-DX950 & SA-DX1050
I've heard SA-DX950 and SA-DX1050 with four SONY SS-MF600H 8 ohms speakears.... there is no diference .... They say that SA-DX1050 has less harmonic distorsion.....NOT TRUE !!!!...... The same sound and the same distorsion..... Both A/V receivers start to get distorsion at -16db with bass +10 and treble +10... The sound is exactly the same.... Both have the same power of the bass ..... I don't know why it says that SA-DX1050 has 20hz- 40khz ... I think it's the same for the both of them 40hz - 40Khz... Now i have SA-DX1050, i payed more money for the S-VIDEO input or output ....not for the power, 'cause it's the same...... So if don't need the S-VIDEO input or output .... Don't buy the SA-DX1050 .... get SA-DX950 for less money.... so you can save some money....

4-0 out of 5 stars Good enough but not hi-fi
Remember that you get what you pay for. The SADX-950 is a good value, but is defenitly not an hi-fi system. The SADX-1050 will produce less harmonic distortion. On the other hand, if you do not plan to invest too much for the speakers (e.g. less than 250$ for the audio front pair), then this system should fit your needs. Note: requires an amplified subwoofer (not a passive one).

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
My wife just bought this receiver for me for Christmas (2001), and while it does not have an s-video input or output, it still has pleanty of features, delivers great audio with lots of flexability for mulitple configurations. It delivers a smooth low frequency so it gives you that great presence we all love out of our subwoofers without distortion. The remote is very user friendly. For the price point it is a great buy, i love it!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad Receiver
This receiver is pretty good for the price. I also own the sa-dx940 and sa-dx1040 They are all great and I have never had a problem out of any of them. The 940 and 1040 were known for producing alot of heat, but that seems to have been fixed in the 950. The sound is pretty good. You must however pay close attention to the specs. The 100x5 wattage rating is @ 6 ohms not 8 ohms. This means that you actually only probably get about 80x5 when running 8 ohm speakers. Never the less, sound quality is good. The remote control could be better designed, but serves it's purpose. Overall, it's worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Your friends will be jealous
I've had this receiver for 6 months, and it's great. I'm at college, and I was rocking a party with it. The cops even came by and told me to turn it down. If you want plenty of power and more options than you'll ever use for a great price, look no further. ... Read more


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